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Redmen defence exposed in season finale

Elisha Lerner Elisha Lerner The Redmen wrapped up their 2011 season this past Saturday at Percival Molson Stadium, finishing with an 0-9 record after losing to the Concordia Stingers by a final score of 58-30. The game was preceded by a ceremony honouring former Redmen head coach Sonny Wolfe for his 36 years coaching in… Keep Reading

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McGill banks on George for home opener victory

Ryan Reisert Ryan Reisert The tenth-ranked McGill Redmen registered their second regular season victory in a fan-filled Molson Stadium for their home opener last Friday evening. Fifth-year striker George Banks proved unstoppable, lighting up the scoreboard with three headers that found the back of the net. Head Coach David Simon was happy with his team’s… Keep Reading

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Paying for the win: the new reality of the EPL

The January transfer window was off to a slow start for most European soccer leagues, until the last day of the month, when the headlines were flooded with unforeseen transfers of epic prices. Notably, Chelsea paid £58.8 million for striker Fernando Torres—breaking his long-term contract with Liverpool prematurely and becoming the subject of the most… Keep Reading

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Martlets think pink while showing rivals the power of red

Alice Walker The McGill Martlets improved their regular season record to 6-0 as they defeated the Concordia Stingers 72-61 Thursday evening in a game that doubled as a fundraising event. The “Shoot for the Cure” game was part of a nation-wide initiative by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WCBA) which aimed to raise a grand… Keep Reading

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Cross-Country – B

Maxime Sawicki The Martlets Cross Country Team was finally able to bring back the QSSF title this season. The team had won that title for 20 consecutive years heading into the 2008 season before losing it in 2009. The season started strong and the Martlets became regulars on the CIS weekly Top 10 list. Returning… Keep Reading

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Redmen Soccer – B-

Holly Stewart After their second-place finish at the National Championships last year, the McGill Redmen soccer team entered this season with high expectations. The Redmen felt the pressure to succeed from the start, which took its toll as the team performed inconsistently all year. McGill concluded their 2010 campaign with a record of 7-5-1. Although… Keep Reading

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What happened to retiring in style?

Nobody wants to be “that guy” on campus. The guy in the seventh year of his undergrad and still trying to fit in. The guy who tirelessly attempts to convince you that the victory lap is, in fact, cool. Allen Iverson has become “that guy.” On October 29, Allen Iverson signed a two-year contract with… Keep Reading

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Soccer team squanders numerous chances for the win

The McGill Redmen soccer team was eliminated from the Quebec Student Sports Federation playoffs in a frustrating 3-1 loss against the UQAM Citadins this past Friday evening, marking the end of their 2010 season. Entering the game as the second-ranked team in Quebec, the Redmen had high hopes of pursuing further success and qualifying for… Keep Reading

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Missed chances lead to tie, frustrating Redmen

Adam Scotti Adam Scotti The McGill Redmen were looking for a win against the University of Montreal Carabins this past Sunday, but their 1-1 tie secured them a spot in the Quebec Students Sport Federation playoffs. A win would have served the team well in the conference rankings but they couldn’t put on the finishing… Keep Reading

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