Success in Montreal: CIS track and field

Universal team effort brings Western's medal count to nine

Wednesday, March 14th, 2007

Western’s Heather Pattison, Calgary’s Jessica Zelinka (a former Mustang) and Guelph’s Steph Jackson

MONTREAL " A mix of veterans and newcomers led Western’s track and field team to a third-place finish in the overall men’s standings and a fourth in the women’s at last weekend’s Canadian Interuniversity Sport national championships at McGill’s Tomlinson fieldhouse in Montreal. (read more)

Lance is no better than Bonds

Fans' doping perspectives are hypocritical

Wednesday, March 14th, 2007

Lance Armstrong

In the past couple years, very little has captured more national attention in sports than the ongoing investigation into Barry Bonds’ alleged steroid use.

We all know Bonds has been juicing more than a California orange grove, and it’s unsurprising we want to catch him in the act. (read more)

End-of-season highlights

Wednesday, March 14th, 2007

Though varsity athletics have wrapped up, a few squads recently made splashes at nationals while others received all-star nods. Here’s the latest in Mustangs action:

In fencing, Mustang Andrea Csiba placed third in the women’s épée at the London Heroes fencing tournament. (read more)

NFL draft busts: Who’s the worst of the worst?

Carter, Salaam head list

Wednesday, March 14th, 2007

Ryan Leaf

With mock drafts spreading like wildfire and rumours flooding the web, the NFL draft is looming and Porky should be worried " sports nuts are again thirsting for pigskin.

However, it’s not all champagne and roses in the War Room; there have been more than a fair share of standout college players who became NFL busts. (read more)


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