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Hockey: Lancers stonewall Redmen in Queen’s Cup victory

After capturing the OUA East Championship, the McGill Redmen entered the 103rd Queen’s Cup this past Saturday to take on the Windsor Lancers in Windsor, Ontario. Despite a thrilling third period, the Redmen fell 3-2 to the Lancers, who were kept afloat by their goalie Patrick Van Burskirk. The game began with an unexpected goal… Keep Reading

Basketball: Silver and Sylla lay the smackdown on Laval

The McGill Martlets (12-2) cruised to a 72-51 victory over the Laval Rouge et Or at Love Competition Hall Thursday evening. The team’s penultimate home game was McGill’s sixth straight victory in the RSEQ, and marked the fourth time this year that the Martlets defeated the Rouge et Or. The reigning RSEQ champs stormed the… Keep Reading

Basketball: Redmen sweep Gaiters to move into first in RSEQ

The no. 8 ranked McGill Redmen (8-2) stormed Love Competition Hall Thursday evening, coasting to a 80-67 win over the Bishop’s Gaiters (6-4). In a battle for first place in the RSEQ division, the Redmen emerged on top; Bishop’s intensity level was nowhere close to McGill’s as the home squad’s stifling man-to-man defence and red-hot… Keep Reading

Volleyball: Carabins overpower Martlets in three set sweep

The Martlets spent a tough weekend at Love Competition Hall, failing to climb past third place in the RSEQ rankings. The team started their weekend on Friday against the Montreal Carabins at home, losing in 3 hard-fought sets  (21-25, 26-28, 23-25), and continued to stumble on Saturday against Laval in Quebec City, dragging the Rouge… Keep Reading

Martlets defence suffocates Stingers

The McGill Martlets stormed Love Competition Hall for their home opener against the Concordia Stingers on Nov. 21. McGill looked to extend its undefeated start and its nine-game winning streak against the Stingers. The Martlets did not fail to impress, and stuck with their game plan to beat Concordia in a decisive 44-34 victory. The… Keep Reading


Winter team previews

Redmen basketball The McGill Redmen basketball team has a target on its back this year. After a spectacular 2012-13 season, which culminated in winning the RSEQ championship for the first time since 1986 and finishing fifth at the CIS nationals, McGill is hungry to repeat that success and appears to have the capability to do… Keep Reading

National League Awards

Clayton Kershaw has put an end to all questions about the race for the Cy Young award with his stellar output this season. This should be the third year in a row for the 26-year-old that he places in the top two of Cy Young voting. His 224 strikeouts in 230 innings, ERA of 1.88, and WAR of 7.5 have cemented the left-hander as the undisputed best pitcher in baseball. Keep Reading

Martlets build momentum after statement weekend

The McGill Martlets (1-2) bounced back from a disappointing first weekend of RSEQ action with a victory over the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières Patriotes (0-3) on Friday night. The Martlets swept the Patriotes in season play last year, and will play them once more on Oct. 20. Keep Reading

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