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Mustang Briefs


The Mustangs had a successful weekend at the McGill Open.

Currently ranked number three in Ontario University Athletics and 9th in the nation, the team has also recorded five new personal bests.

The team defeated seven teams which is their best win/loss record ever at the McGill Open.

Queen's transfer student Rob Berg earned a silver medal in the 6 km. for his time of 19:10.


The women also cleaned up at the McGill Open. They received their first individual gold medal ever at this meet by team captain Shannon Gerrie who clocked a time of 14:01 in the 4 km. run.

The top five finishers were: Shannon Gerrie (1st), rookie Jackie Bonisteel (4th), Karen Gilbert (6th), Ashley Korman (7th) and Sasha Gollish (11th).

Mustangs veterans also achieved four personal bests. The team is 3rd in the nation and hope their efforts from this weekend will move them into the next set of rankings.


In men's soccer this weekend, Roberto Caballero Jr.'s shut-out helped the Mustangs defeat the Windsor Lancer's 2-0.

Goal scorers included Wes Vanderlinden in the 31st minute and Ciaran McCarthy in the 70th minute of the game.

The team record now stands at two wins, one tie and zero losses. They have four goals and only one against, including two shut-out games.

The next two games will take place on Sep. 27 at Nippissing and Sep. 28 at Laurentian.


The women's soccer team continued their theme of success, defeating Windsor 6-0 this past weekend.


Jason Symington won the lightweight men's singles, Andrew Culm and Matt Demeo won the lightweight men's doubles and Western's heavyweight men's four won at the Western Invitational on Sunday.

On the women's side, Kerry Trainer and Lindsay Forget won the heavyweight women's doubles competition.

-Alison Stolz



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