The Mustangs football team regrouped after
a 25-16 loss to the Windsor Lancers on Mon., Sep. 2 and defeated
the Waterloo Warriors 62-12 on Saturday.
The Mustangs threw for three touchdowns and
ran for three.
The squad's record improves to 1-1 and they'll
look to gain revenge on the Queen's Golden Gaels this coming
weekend, after the Gaels embarrased them 55-20 in last year's
Ontario University Athletics semi-final loss in Kingston.
The Mustangs men's baseball team competed
in the Blue Jays Cup this past weekend.
In the Mustangs' first game, the Brock Badgers
blanked them 10-0. Rightfielder Garrett Stephenson managed to
get two hits, but the Mustangs were unable to dent the pitching
of Brock's Jamaal Joseph, who gave up only three hits over five
In the Mustangs second game against the Waterloo
Warriors, Brook Coatsworth pitched an eight-inning one-hitter
to spur the team to a 3-1 victory. Coatsworth added six strikeouts
in the masterpiece performance.
Stephen Grossett registered three hits and
one RBI to assist the offense.
The women's fastball team played three games
this past weekend. In game one, they defeated the Byron All-Stars
6-2 behind strong pitching from Andrea Manto and Ally Ramsey.
Game two saw the Mustangs squeak out a 3-2
victory over the Windsor Lancers.
Shortstop Tammy de Kwaadsteniet hit a home
run, but it wasn't enough in the Mustangs third game of weekend
with the Mustangs losing 9-7.
The cross country team received a grant from
the UWO 125th Anniversary Committee, which has enhanced the
field of teams for the squad's annual Western International
Cross Country Invitational on Sep. 27 at Thames Valley Golf
Four teams will be coming from the United
States, including Detroit Mercy, Eastern Michigan, Nazareth
College and Central Michigan.
- Jordan Bell