Volume 96, Issue 79
Wednesday February 19, 2003
National reunion

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LAST UPDATED: Wednesday, February 19, 2003 - 12:00 p.m.

"The Untouchables" - Western's men's hockey team

Don Shula led the 1972 Miami Dolphins to the National Football League's only undefeated season. Bud Wilkenson led the Oklahoma Sooners to a NCAA record 47 game winning streak in college football. Now, Clarke Singer has led his Western Mustangs to perfect 24-0 regular season.



Guelph too much to handle

The Western Mustangs men's volleyball team overcame an up-and-down season and looked poised to throw a monkey wrench into the Ontario University Athletics playoffs, but they just couldn't get over the Guelph hump.




Purple Pipe: Terri McNutt

The Purple Pipe is especially frightened this week, in lieu of its current holder. Female wrestler Terri McNutt destroyed Queen's University wrestler Alisa Overend in the final of the Ontario University Athletics Championships 53 kg weight class at McMaster University this past weekend.

 


Big-time badminton

Shuttlecocks were flying this past weekend at the Ontario University Athletics badminton championships, as the Western Mustangs snatched up the team bronze medal.




What's up

Slack week may be creeping up, but Western athletics will still showcase a few gems over the week and on this coming weekend.

 

 

 


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