November 19, 2003  
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Mustang briefs

The Mustangs (3-4) staged a comeback, five-set win over Queen's on Sunday afternoon. Scores in the game were 15-25, 25-9, 25-17, 25-27 and 15-12. Adam Dumond and Jeff Mattingly each had 19 kills during the contest.

The Mustangs clinched second place in league play following their weekend games at McMaster. Western tied Toronto 8-8 on Friday night before edging the Carleton Ravens 12-4 on Saturday. On Sunday, the men fell to Queen's 11-7, leaving their weekend record at 1-1-1. The team competes this weekend in the OUA Championship Final Four in Toronto.

Western hosted the Campbell Division Championships this past weekend and managed to finish second overall. Swimmers from the University of Toronto captured first place for both men and women.

The Western women lost on the road 9-1 to the Queen's Golden Gaels Sunday afternoon, falling to 2-5 on the season. Krissie Rutherford notched the lone Western goal.

At the West Sectionals, the men's squash team dominated the opposition, rolling over Brock and Waterloo 6-0 before defeating host McMaster 5-1 in the finals. The team's next action comes this weekend when the squad will travel to Cornell University in Ithaca, NY.

The women travelled to Thunder Bay to compete at the Lakehead Women's Dual and finished ahead of Montreal, McMaster and Saskatchewan. Meanwhile, the men were in Muskegon, MI at the McMullen Open, where they failed to place in any weight class.

-David Lee




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