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Back on track after losing streak

The women’s hockey team’s losing streak reached four games after Saturday’s 4-0 home loss to the Guelph Gryphons — but the Gaels bounced back to beat the Brock Badgers 3-2 on Sunday in their first win since Jan. 3.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...

A look at BEWIC

There was unusual commotion at the ARC this weekend. Over 1,000 students spent Friday and Saturday camped out at the building to compete in four made-up sports.Continue...

Team drops two on trip to Ottawa

Dave Wilson has coached the women’s basketball team for 30 years, but he hasn’t experienced many games like Friday’s loss to the Carleton Ravens.Continue...

Call in question

Kelly Jackson would have led the Gaels to victory over the Nipissing Lakers — but his shootout attempt was ruled a miss by referee Ron Stakes.Continue...

Basketball on both sides of the border

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The city was orange.
Syracuse’s college basketball team, the Orangemen, were playing the Providence Friars on Saturday. There was no place to eat — every sports bar had a minimum half-hour wait. Parking was hard to find. Ticket scalpers were on every corner within a kilometre of the stadium.Continue...

Study session

Women’s basketball coach Dave Wilson spends 10 hours a week analyzing gametape on a computer screen. At a Tuesday night gametape session, Wilson gave scouting reports on each player in the Carleton Ravens’
starting lineup.Continue...

Underwood to be funded

The men’s rugby team’s top scorer might be getting paid to play
in 2012.Continue...

Mirwaldt too much for RMC

Jordan Mirwaldt is making up for lost time.
After missing the entire first semester with a broken foot, the winger has seven points in five games. He recorded two goals and an assist during the men’s hockey team’s 4-1 win over the Royal Military College Paladins
on Wednesday.Continue...

Split on the road

The men’s volleyball team struggled with a difficult road trip this weekend, falling to the McMaster Marauders 3-2 on Saturday before narrowly defeating the York Lions in five sets on Sunday afternoon. The win and the loss leaves the Gaels at 7-6 and tied for fifth in the OUA.Continue...

Lineup change pays off

A personnel adjustment translated into two wins for the women’s basketball team over the weekend.Continue...

No wins for women

The women’s volleyball had its worst weekend of the season, dropping two four-set matches to the McMaster Marauders and the York Lions. The road losses dropped the 8-5 Gaels into a
third-place OUA tie.Continue...

Three-game losing streak

The women’s hockey team extended its losing streak to three games on Saturday, falling 2-1 to the York Lions in overtime.
Despite only allowing a single goal, goaltender Karissa Savage was pulled halfway through the second period and replaced by Mel Dodd-Moher.Continue...

Offence heats up

The men’s hockey team got some revenge on Friday night.
They hadn’t seen the Concordia Stingers since a 6-1 loss on Nov. 5 in Montreal, but used seven different scorers in a 9-2 redemption at the Memorial Centre.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...

Back in stride

The men’s hockey team lost six of their last seven games in 2011. But after a five-week winter break, the Gaels opened the New Year with a 3-1 win over the Royal Military College Paladins and split back-to-back games with the Nipissing Lakers in North Bay on the weekend.Continue...

Two losses without injured starters

The men’s basketball team’s winter vacation didn’t go exactly as planned — guards Ryan Golden and forward Alex Weatherill were hurt during exhibition play on the team’s trip to Puerto Rico and missed last weekend’s losses to the Ryerson Rams and the Toronto Varsity Blues.Continue...

Two losses for women

The women’s hockey team missed an opportunity to move into second place in the OUA last weekend.Continue...

Women win twice at home

The women’s volleyball team bent, but didn’t break in its victories last weekend. The Gaels were pushed to five sets against the Guelph Gryphons and four sets against the Waterloo Warriors, but prevailed both times to improve to an 8-3 record and move into a
second-place tie in the OUA.Continue...

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