Men's Basketball

Bounceback campaign

When Sukhpreet Singh started feeling pain in his hip before last season, he assumed it was just wear and tear.Continue...

Imbalance of power

The Gaels are 9-9 in men’s basketball’s OUA East, the toughest division in CIS sports.Continue...

A new, noble tradition

Men’s basketball alumni will be in town tomorrow to remember and celebrate the life of a fallen teammate.Continue...

Strength coach a boon for basketball

Nick Boon’s love for the game hasn’t faded.Continue...

Legendary coach calls for CIS improvement

Ken Shields knows what it takes to develop Canadian basketball players.Continue...

Who's making the playoffs?

Women’s volleyball
With 12 rookies on the roster, the women’s volleyball team wasn’t supposed to be this good. But at 10-5, the Gaels are a legitimate OUA contender,...Continue...

Playoff chances dwindle

Poor shooting cost the men’s basketball team two home games over the weekend, bumping their season record to 0-12 and dropping them four points out of a playoff spot.Continue...

An unusual route to the top

Coach Stephan Barrie didn’t expect to check out the intramural league when he was recruiting for the men’s basketball team. But that’s where he found Michael Farine, his current shooting guard.Continue...

Point/Counterpoint: Which varsity team will most impress in the 2017-18 season?

A new season signifies a fresh start, a clean slate for those who struggled and a platform to build on for those who exceled during last year's 2016-17 varsity season. The Journal 's sports editors found it fitting to make their picks for which varsity team will impress most by season's end.Continue...

Positive outlooks for women's and men's basketball 2017-18 seasons

After looking back at the men’s and women’s basketball seasons, it’s safe to say the two are almost polar opposites.Continue...

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