October 15 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 25  

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SPORTS

Shannon Gerrie snags gold again

The Western cross country team turned the 2003 Mustang Open into a textbook case of absolute punishment at Gibbons Park this past weekend.


Ruggers come up just short against rivals

It matters not whether you win or lose in sports, but whether or not you're able to beat the best when it counts. This seemed to be the mind-set of Western's men's rugby squad after suffering a narrow loss to the 2002 Ontario University Athletics champion McMaster Marauders on Thursday.


Western blasts the competition, Happy Gilmore style

While most of Western was sleeping in or going to lectures last Friday, the men's and women's golf teams rose early and were on the greens at Sunningdale Golf Club, competing at their own invitational tournament.


Men stripped of shirts, but not title

With racquets in hand and $2 Wal-Mart T-shirts on their backs, the Western Mustangs men's tennis team was at the centre of controversy as they looked poised to repeat as the men's Ontario University Athletics tennis champions this past weekend at the Western tennis bubble.


Women return favour to McGill

After qualifying for the Ontario University Athletics championships last weekend, the Western Mustangs women's tennis team looked to capture their first league title since 1992 at home last weekend.


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