September 18, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 12  

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SPORTS

Cross country teams poised for run at titles

The air is getting cooler on campus and that means the Western cross country team is now ready to run wild on Ontario University Athletics.


Jenna Byrne

Purple Pipe: Jenna Byrne

Jock Talk with Jenna Byrne


Ruggers mix youth and age

The women's rugby team is back and its members aren't willing to rest on their laurels.


Is Price's death newsworthy?

Is the death of an elite athlete's sibling worth our time?

Yetunde Price, the eldest sister of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams, was shot and killed early Sunday in the Los Angeles suburb of Compton, an area renowned for its gang violence. Following an alleged dispute with local residents, Price was shot in the chest. Everything unfolded about a mile from the tennis courts where the Williams sisters were first noticed for their athletic prowess.


Bonds goes deep... again

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Watch out, Hammerin' Hank - Barry Bonds is just 100 homers away.


WOMEN'S GOLF
The Mustangs women's golf team was south of the border for a weekend tournament.
The team placed sixth out of nine teams at Bowling Green State University in Ohio for the 2003 Lady Falcon Invitational.

-IanDenomme

 

 

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