Mustangs still searching for first victory: Fundamentals key to win

Inability to capitalize hurting team

Friday, September 14th, 2007

Western's football sideline

It’s been a long time since the Western Mustangs football team has started their season off like this.

Richard Nixon was the President of the United States, the Beatles had just announced their break-up, and the Vancouver Canucks had just joined the NHL. (read more)

Mustangs still searching for first victory: Marshall still optimistic

Coach ready to take on the best

Friday, September 14th, 2007

Coach Greg Marshall

While losing is not something head coach Greg Marshall has been accustomed to over his storied career, his team lost their first two games of the season; they find themselves tied for last place in the Ontario University Athletics standings. (read more)

Mustangs on tap

Western busy this weekend

Friday, September 14th, 2007

It is another action-packed weekend in Ontario University Athletics competition and several Mustangs squads are playing at home. Here are some games to check out in the next few days:

On Saturday, the women’s and men’s soccer teams will both face the Windsor Lancers at the Brescia Flats. (read more)

'Keeper of the inaugural Pipe

Al-Shaibani continues to shine in goal

Friday, September 14th, 2007

Purple Pipe: Haidar Al-Shaibani

Every Friday, Gazette Sports awards the Purple Pipe for an outstanding performance by a Western athlete. This week’s winner is Haidar Al-Shaibani, the goalkeeper of the men’s soccer team. (read more)

Team gels in first win

Blackwood injury not a factor

Friday, September 14th, 2007

Western women's rugby tackling Brock player

In a sport constantly evolving in the Ontario collegiate circuit, the Western women’s rugby team continues to set the bar high, highlighted by a focused and convincing 57"0 drubbing of the Brock Badgers. (read more)

Sin Bin: Belichick and the Pats

Friday, September 14th, 2007

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick lands in the Sin Bin in the wake of this weekend’s signal-stealing scandal.

A New England employee had a video camera confiscated at the Meadowlands this weekend during the Patriots’ game versus the New York Jets; the camera was pointed at the Jets’ defensive signal-callers. (read more)


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