Volume 95, Issue 67

Friday, February 1, 2002
 
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SPORTS

New England ready to be Rammed

Birthday boy celebrates with a bang

Praying to the puck gods

The World of Mustang

The World of Mustang

Coming soon to an athletic venue near you:



Men's hockey Saturday @ 7:35 p.m. (Thompson Arena)

Mr. T says, "I pity the foo' who has to play the Mustangs when they're fresh off their tie against York!" The fearless foursome of centre Matt Dzieduszycki, right wing Joe Talbot, left wing Ryan Held and centre Darren Mortier will try and punish the Laurier Golden Hawks, Saturday.



Women's hockey Friday @ 7:35 p.m. and Saturday @ 2 p.m. (Thompson Arena)

The Mustangs have thirteen reasons to be pissed off this weekend, after their 13-0 loss to the University of Toronto last Saturday. The women skate with Queen's on Friday and Toronto on Saturday.



Men's basketball Saturday @ 8 p.m. (Alumni Hall)

Coming off his recent one-on-one victory over Jimmy Chipwood from Hoosiers, guard Jimmy Grozelle and his band of Ivey hooligans will be on display against a tough Brock Badgers squad.

Women's basketball Saturday @ 6 p.m. (Alumni Hall)

It's been a roller coaster ride for the Mustangs – sometimes they're Top Gun, yet sometimes they're Thunder Run. Hopefully the Brock Badgers will be chuffing after taking the Mustangs ride this weekend.



Men's and women's squash Saturday @ 10 a.m. (Town and Country)

The Ontario University Athletics championships are hosted by the Mustangs. Don't worry Western faithful, the squash team doesn't lose. Plain and simple.
















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