October 22, 2003  
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Mustang briefs


The Mustangs women's lacrosse team had a rough weekend, losing to Toronto 6-2 and McMaster 12-1. On top of the loses, the team suffered many injuries which will hurt them for future games.

Due to the talents of their goalie and being the first place team last year, Toronto was strong enough to hold off the Mustangs in the first half.

They came out stronger in the second half, scoring all six goals -Melissa Kandola put in Western's two goals.

Western was shut down by Mac's double-teaming defense, but it also lacked focus. The Mustangs only goal was scored by Tara Williams.

The women's lacrosse team plays at home next week against Laurier and York.


Finishing the season with a perfect 10-0 record, the women's soccer team won both of their games this weekend, defeating Waterloo on Saturday 5-0 and Laurier on Sunday 3-0.

The Mustangs have scored 45 goals this season against their competition, but have only had three goals scored against them.


Men's soccer didn't have as much luck as their female counterparts this weekend. They lost to Waterloo on Saturday 1-0 and tied Laurier on Sunday 1-1.

The loss on Saturday wasn't enough to put them out of the No. 1 position in the West division with six wins, two ties and two losses. They will begin quarter-final play on Sun., Oct. 26 at 2 p.m. at Western.


In this past weekend't tournament, Western recorded a victory over the Brock Badgers 13-0. They also defeated McMaster 12-1.

This Saturday, Western will be hosting a tournament beginning at 1 p.m. at Althouse College.


The Mustangs women's hockey team lost to last season's silver medalist, the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks 2-1.

Western regained its confidence with a shutout against Windsor on Saturday 2-0.


The men's waterpolo team has come out on top, placing first in league standings after two wins this past week.

Dave Fenicky scored four goals in the Mustangs' 9-8 victory over Toronto. Western also beat York in a tight match 11-10 -Fenicky again earned four points for the Mustangs.





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