Volume 96, Issue 66
Tuesday January 28, 2003
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WEEKEND REPORT

Men’s basketball
Western 95 (Grozelle 50, Leonard 14, Porte 10) Waterloo 92

Women’s basketball
Western 71 (Atkinson 17, McColl 15) Waterloo 66

Women’s hockey
Western 3 (Skinner, Mehisto, Gray) Waterloo 2

Men’s volleyball
Queen’s 3 Western 1
(25-21, 25-19, 25-27, 25-12)

Wrestling
Luanne Girodat 1st (59kg)
Terri McNutt 2nd (55kg)

 


LAST UPDATED: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 - 12:00 p.m.

Western calls down the thunder at Thompson

Thunderwolves "Held" in check

"They'll learn. This wasn't for the National Championship."

That sentiment echoed quietly through the cold, moist air outside the Lakehead University dressing room as the team's equipment manager went about his usual post-game round-up of sticks, water bottles and towels.



Mustangs squeak out series sweep

Coming off a shocking 9-2 defeat the previous night, the Lakehead Thunderwolves looked to prove that they were better than their poor showing Friday night against the Mustangs indicated. When they took the ice, they looked like a different team – specifically, an angry team.



Manville: Inside Super Bowl XXXII with Shania
Country queen gets wooed by Sting


Disguised as part of Warren Sapp's mouth and operating under the almost unbearable mission statement "No Twain, no gain," our writer was able to elude the Super Bowl staff and sit down with the Canadian queen of country, Shania Twain..

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