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Women’s soccer defends their home field and stays undefeated

Women’s soccer remained undefeated this past weekend with a home win and draw against Carleton and UOttawa, respectively.Continue...

Women's basketball claims silver in close loss to Carleton

A sold-out ARC would have to settle for a second-place finish by the women’s basketball team in the OUA finals, as they fell to the Carleton Ravens in a low-scorin, 49-41 finish.Continue...

Nationally ranked opponents keep men’s basketball on losing streak

The Gaels’ streak extended to eleven over the weekend after a home stand turned sour with losses to the number one nationally-ranked Carleton Ravens and number three Ottawa Gee-Gees.Continue...

Women’s soccer in tough against Ottawa opponents

On what was, hopefully, the women’s soccer team’s toughest weekend of the season, the Gaels picked up just one point from a possible six against their two Ottawa-based rivals.Continue...

Key moments of the match: men's soccer

In a game of firsts, not all were positive.Continue...

Back to winning ways for women's soccer

The title of first ever Gaels win at the new Richardson Stadium now belongs to the women’s soccer team, following their 1-0 triumph over the Carleton Ravens on Sunday.Continue...

Rough road trip for men's basketball

Men’s basketball continued to struggle away from home this past weekend, with back-to-back losses against the Ottawa Gee-Gees and Carleton Ravens.Continue...

Gaels season opens with victory

Chris Mackey’s last-minute interception put the finishing touches on the Gaels’ 2015 season opener.Continue...

Outshined in Ottawa

The men’s basketball team hit a roadblock against the CIS first- and 10th-ranked teams.Continue...

No wins in capital

Ottawa native and guard Mackenzie Simpson had a 32-point weekend in his hometown. But he couldn’t stop the men’s basketball team from dropping two games by a combined 61 points.Continue...

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