Volume 96, Issue 11
Tuesday September 17, 2002
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Weekend Report

Men's Football

Western 20
Laurier 17
(Mustang touchdowns: Michael Bonk and Greg Ross)

Men's Soccer

Western 2
Laurentian 1

Western 4
Nipissing 2

Women's Soccer

Western 4
Laurentian 0
(Mustang scorers: Eva Havaris (2), Cristina Bonasia and Crystal Paoliello)

Western 5
Nipissing 0
(Mustang scorers: Havaris (2), Julie Jansen, Chrystal Johnston and Jessica Van Dyk)

Men's Baseball

McMaster 4
Western 1

Toronto 9
Western 8

Women's Field Hockey

Western 1
Guelph 1

LAST UPDATED: Tuesday, September 17, 2002 - 12:30 p.m.

Mustangs boot their way to a clean sweep

The Western Mustangs men's soccer team snagged a sweep this weekend as they defeated the Laurentian Voyageurs 2-1 on Saturday and the Nipissing Lakers 4-2 on Sunday, with both games being played at TD Waterhouse Stadium..



Manville: Pump up the jam

Talent, character and drive are among the most important qualities any sports team with high aspirations must have. As crucial as these things are to a team's success, they don't hold a candle to the thing any athlete will tell you is the one intangible that can make or break a team's chances a good CD collection.
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Nipissing Lakers need soccer equivalent of Shaq

After this weekend, soccer teams from the North probably won't want to come back to London anytime soon.

Nipissing and Laurentian Universities both received a good old-fashioned ass-whooping by the Western Mustangs women's soccer team.



Returning the favour
Brock handles lacrosse men

The Brock University Badgers lacrosse team found sweet redemption on Sunday night, defeating the Western Mustangs 10-7 at TD Waterhouse Stadium.


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