January 21, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 61  

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TRACK AND FIELD
The Western track and field team competed at the 29th Annual University of Windsor Can-Am Meet this past weekend. The men’s team brought home three gold medals, two silver and six bronze, while the women snared one gold, five silver and four bronze.

WRESTLING
Western fell 20-25 in men’s dual meet action to the sixth-ranked Lakehead Thunderwolves last Friday night. Ed Aube (130 kg), Jamie Gillman (72 kg) and Scott Fockler (82 kg) each recorded pins for Western. The women were in Guelph last Saturday for the Guelph Open, where top performers were Jen Kryszak (2nd - 69 kg), Terri McNutt (5th - 55 kg) and Jill McCullum (4th - 63 kg).

WOMEN’S HOCKEY
The 3-8 women’s hockey team played to a 1-1 tie with the Waterloo Warriors last Friday night in Waterloo.

MEN’S SQUASH
At the Ryerson Crossovers, Western toppled Ryerson, Toronto and Queen’s by a score of 6-0 in each match-up. Against McGill, the Mustangs faced a tougher challenge and managed to tie 3-3. Due to total games won, Western was declared the winner of the match. The men find themselves ranked first in the OUA.

CURLING
In Windsor last weekend for the West Sectionals, the Mustang women finished third with a record of 1-2, while the men finished fourth at 0-3.

FENCING
At the Carleton Invitational Tournament in Ottawa on Saturday, the men’s epee team finished third out of 15 teams and the women finished fourth out of 12.

— David Lee

 

 

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