Senators dismantle Flyers in exhibition play

Future Ottawa stars, new uniforms take centre stage at JLC

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

Ottawa scoring against the Flyers

Despite the disappointment of finishing just shy of the 2006-07 Stanley Cup, Ottawa Senators winger Chris Neil knows it is important to focus on the here and now.

“You have to build on [last season’s finish],” Neil said. (read more)

Looking at injuries

How much do fans care about violence in sports?

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

Despite initial opinions from doctors that he will likely never walk again, fans are breathing easier after reports that Buffalo Bills tight end Kevin Everett has regained some control of his arms and legs. (read more)

Mustangs dominate McGill Open

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

Led by transfer student Leila Angrand, the Western’s men’s and women’s cross-country teams recently swept the McGill Open. The win was the ninth team championship for the women’s side and the fifth for the men in Western’s 16 years of attending the tournament. (read more)

IFC and NPC host fundraiser

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

Special Olympics registration table

For the first time at Western, the Interfraternity Council and National Panhellenic Council will be hosting a series of athletic events to raise funds for the Special Olympics.

The event, entitled Pentathlon 2007, will feature a series of five events from 11 a. (read more)

Western bats come alive versus Blues

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

Sliding into the base

While the Western Mustangs men’s baseball team’s low-scoring offence worried some players, all worries were quickly hurled out the window at Labatt Park on Tuesday night.

The squad pumped out hit after hit against the University of Toronto Varsity Blues’, scoring 15 runs over the first four innings en route to an 18-5 blowout. (read more)

These athletes have junk in the trunk

The Gazette's top 10 out-of-shape athletes

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

John Daly, Keith Tkachuk, David Wells

While it would seem appropriate to assume that athletes are in fact athletic, this is not always the case. There are a surprising number of out of shape athletes that dominate their respective sports " either on the field or off of it. (read more)

Field hockey yet to see a win

Young team looking to rebuild

Thursday, September 20th, 2007

Women's field hockey

Despite a tough field hockey schedule early on, captain Petra Kovacs is positive that the team’s chemistry will help them bounce back in the upcoming games.

“[The] core of our team works very well together,” she said. (read more)


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