Volume 96, Issue 85
Wednesday March 12, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Wednesday, March 12, 2003 - 4:15 p.m.

Track and Field team shoulders national expectations

Men long-sprint to CIS

The Western men's track and field team will be hitting Windsor's St. Denis Centre like Rice Krispies this weekend – snap, crackle, pop!.



Range is 'Stangs' strength
Western women tough all over


With varsity sports all but dead on our campus, the Western track and field team is looking to breathe some life into the dilapidated Mustang with the Canadian Interuniversity Sports Championships this weekend at the St. Denis Centre at the University of Windsor.




Moskal has Silver lining

It is extremely difficult to live up to the title of National Champions two years in row, but this weekend, the Western women's track and field team will attempt just that.

 


Flyers snag Amonte

PHILADELPHIA (AP) – The Philadelphia Flyers acquired three-time, 40-goal scorer Tony Amonte from the Phoenix Coyotes on Monday for two draft picks and a minor leaguer.




Hockey Pool Results as of March 12




Bell Tolls: "I wanna be like Kobe"

Los Angeles Lakers centre Shaquille O'Neal is seven feet of premium diesel fuel, but when it comes to who fuels the Lakers' dynasty, Kobe Bryant fills the tank.




Shooting from the Hick: Big Shaq is still the Mack

With the NBA playoffs around the corner, the eyes of the entire league are not on Kobe Bryant, Tracey McGrady, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett or even Yao Ming, but on a big toe.

 

 

 

 


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