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Mustang Briefs


After starting the season undefeated, the women's soccer team has moved up to number one in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport soccer rankings.

The Mustangs were number three last week, but after another convincing win on the weekend, they jumped to the number one spot.


Winning in two's, the women's field hockey team beat both Guelph and York last weekend.

The Mustangs won 1-0 over Guelph with Allison Cross scoring the lone goal.

In the second game, they defeated York 2-1. Cross added another goal, while Tessa Yung added the other.


The Mustangs defeated the Laurier Golden Hawks 25-7 last weekend.

Sara Vandergast had two tries and Katie Horton and Kristen Ferguson had one apiece.


Western defeated Laurier 7-0, but was downed 5-2 in the final against York last weekend.

Diana Hansen and Julia Creider won all their singles matches and the pair of Jen Kane and Heather Biakowski won all their doubles matches.


The baseball team beat Waterloo 10-6, but lost their second game 15-0 on Saturday.

In their series with Laurier on Sunday, they won 5-2 in the opener, only to lose 2-0 in the second game.


Western defeated York 11-3 and lost to Laurier 11-1 last weekend.

Tara Williams scored five goals in the York contest. Melissa Kandola added three.


The Mustang women's golf team dominated this year's Ontario University Athletics season opener in Guelph on Monday at the Cutten Club Golf Course.

Rookie Michelle Dunkel gained a silver medal for Western with a personal best round of 80.

The Western "A" team came in first with a total score of 162. The Mustangs "B" team followed with a second place finish and a score of 168.

All five Western women placed in the top ten of the total 17 players in the tournament.

-Jordan Bell and Alison Stolz



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