Volume 96, Issue 62
Tuesday January 21, 2003
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WEEKEND REPORT

Men’s basketball
Western 62 RMC 52
(Peaker 23)
Western 71 Queen’s 63
(Grozelle 24, Porte 11)

Women’s basketball
Queen’s 53 Western 40
(Chehade 12)

Men’s hockey
Western 4 Windsor 0
(Talbot 2, Yeo, Held)
Western 5 Windsor 2
(Brown, Davis, Held, Martin, Mortier)

Men’s volleyball
Western 3 Waterloo 2

Women’s volleyball
Western 3 Waterloo 0

Wrestling
Terri McNutt 1st (51 kg)
Alan Bermingham 1st (84 kg)
Luanne Girodat 2nd (59 kg)
Jen Kryszak 2nd (67 kg)
Eric McAlister 2nd (74 kg)
Christine Gils 3rd (74 kg)

 


LAST UPDATED: Tuesday, January 21, 2003 - 12:30 p.m.

Boyce shuts down Windsor
Talbot caps off five point weekend

Sweet 16.

That's how old you have to be get your driver's license in Ontario, the drinking age in Great Britain, the average age of R. Kelly's girlfriends and it just happens to be the number of consecutive regular season games won by the Western Mustangs men's hockey team.



Is it Clark Kent or Peter Sidler?
Mustangs left side hitter saving the day


After last year's successful season, the Western Mustangs men's volleyball team was left in a rebuilding stage. The Mustangs lost five Ontario University Athletics all-stars, including All-Canadian and Western Male Co-Athlete of the Year, Jeremy Jonckheere.



V-ball victory

If you were looking for excitement last Friday night, there was no better place to be than Alumni Hall.

The Western Mustangs men's volleyball team ended a five-game losing streak in dramatic fashion against the Waterloo Warriors.




Volleyball's libero - can you dig it?

After receiving complaints that Western volleyball teams always have a player wearing an away jersey at home games, The Gazette decided to let the people know what a libero is. The libero, like the offensive line in football, do a large amount of the dirty work and get little credit.



Drinking jockeys and Saddam's son

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) – The International Olympic Committee is investigating accusations that Saddam Hussein's oldest son, the head of Iraq's Olympic association, tortured and jailed athletes.



Hockey Pool Results as of January 21st, 2003



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