Western wrestlers grapple for the Pipe

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

Purple Pipe: Women’s wrestling squad

Every week, The Gazette recognizes an athlete or team who’s had a particularly successful match or season. This week, the lucky recipients are wrestlers Katrina Huszarik, Jessica Fitzgerald and Jessica Belchos. (read more)

Broken homes, broken beaks, broken English

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

Ron Artest should take a lesson from Ike Turner. Artest’s most recent run-in with the authorities is a domestic violence charge by wife Kimsha Artest. This flies in the face of Artest’s peacemaking nature, having been arrested in 2004 after trying to explain to a fan that his Gatorade shower wasn’t appreciated " by entering the stands and dropping the helpless boob. (read more)

Women's season wrap-up

Volleyball team settles for bronze

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

Mustangs women's volleyball

Despite failing to run the table, several Western women’s teams had noteworthy playoff runs. Additionally, many athletes were recognized as Ontario University Athletics all-stars, hinting at great things to come for Mustangs teams. (read more)

Friends of Western ballplayers

Local group, mayor honour champions

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

Two years of dominance by Western’s baseball team were recognized by the City of London this week.

Manager Mike Lumley and team members were honoured by Mayor Anne Marie DeCicco-Best at a city council chambers meeting this week. (read more)


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