women's hockey

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...

Group effort

Matthew Holmberg won’t tell you who his favourite goalie is.
“It’s difficult to talk about each one individually without talking about the overall role,” the women’s hockey head coach said.
Goaltending depth has been a trademark of Holmberg’s
three-year tenure as head coach. His goalies this season are
third-year Mel Dodd-Moher, fourth-year Karissa Savage and third-year Engi Lim. He said he won’t name a full-time starter because they’re all good enough to play.Continue...

Robbing opportunities

Examining the impact of budget cuts on women’s hockey in Canada.Continue...

Sports in brief: Week 1

Women’s hockey picks up points in opening matches, and men’s hockey drops a decisive contest in Queen’s Cup rematch.Continue...

Athletics is still a man’s world

Internationally, female athletes can accomplish amazing feats—but they often fail to receive the same recognition as their male counterparts.Continue...

Women's hockey loses nail-biting first round series to Ryerson

In playoff hockey, a single goal can be the difference between elation and heartbreak.Continue...

Gaels weekend road round-up: week 17

The men’s and women’s volleyball teams didn’t travel far for this weekend’s games against the RMC Paladins, where both teams extended their winning streaks. Women’s hockey, meanwhile, split their final series of the season.Continue...

Women’s hockey earns much-needed points in weekend wins

With a share of luck, the women’s hockey team (12-8-1-0) came out of their final home stand of the season with two wins.Continue...

Gaels weekend road round-up: week 15

Coming off their biggest win of the season against Western a week ago, the women’s hockey team (11-8-0-0) looked for more success this weekend.Continue...

Women’s hockey sweeps weekend series

In their strongest weekend of the 2018-19 season, the women’s hockey team (11-7-0-0) defeated the nationally-ranked sixth Western Mustangs (11-3-0-4) 5-2 and the Windsor Lancers (0-14-2-2) 2-1.Continue...

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