Volume 96, Issue 75
Wednesday February 12, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Wednesday, February 12, 2003 - 12:50 p.m.

Mustangs annihilate Laurier

When your roommate bets you $20 that you can't substitute nacho cheese mix for milk with your breakfast Cheerios, it's worth showing him who's the man. But when you cheer for Laurier, and Western's men's hockey team is defending Thompson Arena in front of 800 plus fans, you might as well pay up front.



Volleyballers left out in the cold

This weekend was all Yao and Yeo.

The "Yao" was Yao Ming, the Houston Rockets rookie giant from China who started in his first ever NBA all-star game on Sunday. The "Yeo" represents the Yeowomen from York University, who handily defeated the Western Mustangs women's volleyball team on Saturday afternoon in three straight sets (25-20, 25-17, 25-13) at Alumni Hall.




Western dumps Queen's

Western's men's volleyball team finished off their week of retribution in Kingston on Saturday, beating the Queen's University Golden Gaels 3-2 in the first round of the Ontario University Athletics playoffs.

 


ROUNDTABLE: was Vince vin-cere?


Was "Vinsanity" sincere when he gave up his starting spot in the NBA All-Star game to Michael Jordan? Or was it one big publicity stunt on Vince Carter's behalf, set-up purely to make the big cry-baby look good? Gazette sports addressed this issue while sitting around the notorious roundtable

 

 


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