Volume 93, Issue 61

Wednesday, January 19, 2000


SPORTS

Winning streak derailed by McMaster

Gryphons' offence fails to take flight

Can Am Classical for Western

Back again, slammin' hard as ever

The weekend roundup

The weekend roundup



The big winner this weekend was the synchronized swim team, who walked away from the Queen's Routine ranking meet with several strong finishes. The squad placed first in the team category and Sarah Gravel, Jillian Cousineau and Katie Fischer all contributed solid performances. The results pulled the Mustangs to an overall third place Ontario University Athletics ranking.

The men's squash team defeated most of their competition at the Waterloo Crossover tournament. The team beat Queen's University 5-1 and pounded on both McGill University and the University of Toronto by scores of 6-0. The team's only loss was a 4-2 bout against Ryerson Polytechnic University, in which they were forced to default.

The women's squash team also pulled out a strong performance at the Queen's Crossover tournament. Team captain Leah Bishop stepped in for head coach Leslie Forsbrey and the team finished a solid second. The Mustangs beat Ryerson and McMaster University 6-0, topped Queen's 4-2, but fell short to U of T.

–Sean Maraj


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