October 8 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 23  

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SPORTS

Mustang briefs

WOMEN'S LACROSSE

The women's lacrosse team tied the Queen's Golden Gael's 11-11, then lost to undefeated Brock 11-4 on Saturday. Their record stands at 2-3.

MEN'S HOCKEY

The men's hockey team lost to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish 5-3 in South Bend, Indiana on Friday and followed the loss with another to the Western Michigan Broncos 6-2 on Saturday.

MEN'S WATER POLO

The men's water polo team defeated York 10-7 and Carleton 12-7, but lost to Queen's 8-4 at a Queen's tournament on the weekend. Despite the loss, the Mustangs have sole possession of second place.

BASEBALL

The men's baseball team wrapped up their regular season last week. They finished with a record of 8-9, leaving them in a five-way tie for third place. Only the top four teams advance to the playoffs, therefore, point differential was used to break up the tie.

Using this format left the Mustangs in sixth place and out of the playoffs.

ROWING

The rowing teams were extremely successful at the "Head of the Trent" regatta on the weekend. The heavyweight fours team of Tristan Jenkins, Jason Davenport, Pete McKlellan and Brian Stasiak came in first place, as well as Sarah Marshall in the lightweight singles and Kerry Trainor and Lindsay Forget in the heavyweight doubles.

The Mustangs also had three second place finishes on the men's side and two third place finishes on the women's side.

SWIMMING

The men's and women's teams both easily defeated Laurier on Oct. 3. The men won 193 to 69, while the women one-upped them by winning 201 to 61.

- Ian Denomme and Jordan Bell

 

 

 

 

 

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