3-Peat: Baseball team sends Brock packing for third straight year

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007

Excited group hug

It wasn’t easy, but by the end of this past weekend the Western Mustangs men’s baseball team were singing, “We Are the Champions” for the third straight year.

Winning two games in the best-of-three series, the ’Stangs clinched their third consecutive Ontario University Athletics title over the Brock Badgers at Labatt Memorial Park. (read more)

Slow start leads to first loss of season

Two third period goals by Peralta too late for 'Stangs

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007

Western men's hockey

Last Thursday, the Western’s men’s hockey team was looking to win its first regular season game at Thompson Arena since 2005, but the Laurier Golden Hawks didn’t get the memo.

The Golden Hawks spoiled the Mustangs’ return to Thompson, as Laurier jumped all over a flat Western squad and held off a late charge to win the contest 4-2. (read more)

Western one win away from reclaiming OUA supremacy

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007

Western women's rugby

This weekend at the Ontario University Athletics semi-finals at windy St. George’s Society rugby pitch, Western’s women’s rugby team blew away the opposition, beating the Guelph Gryphons 43-12. (read more)

India loses to the Aussies

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007

NEW DELHI (AP) " An unbeaten 79 by Adam Gilchrist helped Australia trounce India by nine wickets Thursday in the fifth one-day cricket international in the western city of Vadodra.

Australia took a 3-1 series lead and needs to win one of the two remaining matches to clinch the seven-match series. (read more)

Mustangs clinch playoff berth

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007

Western football

Randy McAuley passed the 1,000-yard mark and became the all-time Western Mustangs career touchdown leader as the Mustangs rolled over the Waterloo Warriors 37-3 on the road at University Stadium on Oct. (read more)

Basketball teams suffer close losses in busy sports weekend

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007

Western men's rugby

The men’s basketball team faced its first disappointment of the year in exhibition play this weekend at the University of New Brunswick.

The squad took on St. Mary’s University Friday night and walked off the court with a close 71-70 loss. (read more)


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