Volume 96, Issue 74
Tuesday February 11, 2003
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WEEKEND REPORT

Men’s basketball
Western 84 (Jimmy Grozelle 28, Adam Peaker 15, Sagar Desai 14) Brock 72

Women’s basketball
Western 62 (Jennifer Grebeldinger 19, Joanne Chehade 16) Brock 44

Men’s hockey
Western 15 (Tim Zafiris 3, Chris Berti 2, Ryan Held 2, Jeff Martin 2, Darren Mortier 2, Joe Talbot 2, Jamie Chamberlain, Justin Davis) Laurier 1

Women’s hockey
Guelph 7 Western 3 (Katrina Craig, Erin Gray, Sarah Skinner)

Men’s volleyball
OUA quarter-final
Western 3 Queen’s 2

Women’s volleyball
York 3 Western 0

 

LAST UPDATED: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 - 12:15 p.m.

Men's squash wins 20th straight OUA championship

Was there ever any doubt?

The Western Mustangs men's squash team soundly defeated the McGill University Redmen 6-0 to win the Harold Martin Trophy, symbolizing Ontario University Athletics squash supremacy, this past weekend at the Town and Country Racquet and Fitness Club in Hyde Park.



Fairs unfair to the competition

John Wooden. Red Auerbach. Jack Fairs.

Architects of dynasties come few and far between. The Wooden-led UCLA Bruins basketball team won 10 National Collegiate Athletics Association Championships in 12 years. The Boston Celtics, under the helm of Auerbach, won 11 NBA championships. On Saturday, the Western men's squash team made it 20 straight Ontario University Athletics team championships.

 

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