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Martlets dominate in bounce-back win against Vert et Or

Despite a tie for second place in the division standings, McGill Martlets (13-6) pulled off a dominant, lopsided win against Sherbrooke Vert et Or (12-7) Saturday night, cruising to a 3-0 sweep on the heels of Friday’s loss against the first-place Montreal Carabins (17-3) . Senior setter Yasmeen Dawoodjee’s electrifying performance began with two aces at… Keep Reading

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The week that was for McGill Athletics: Jan. 26

Redmen Basketball McGill was unable to hold off Concordia at Love Competition Hall on Saturday, falling 68-57 to their crosstown rivals. The loss marks the second of a home-and-home series this week against Concordia. The Redmen (5-3) trailed their opponent for almost the entire game, falling behind in the first quarter and finishing the first half… Keep Reading

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Basketball: Injury-riddled Martlets squeak by Stingers in overtime

Despite trouncing the Concordia Stingers (2-8) 64-49 last Thursday, the McGill Martlets (7-1) barely beat their rivals Saturday, winning 72-70 in a nail-biting overtime performance. McGill—sporting pink uniforms in honour of Pink Weekend, where the team aims to raise money for breast cancer research—fell six points behind Concordia in the first quarter. A quick race… Keep Reading

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Winter Team Previews: McGill Woodsmen and Woodswomen

Located on the Macdonald Campus, the Woodsmen have been part of McGill’s varsity tradition since 1954, when the Macdonald Aggies entered and won the McGill University Outing Club’s second annual Woodsmen competition. Women first entered the competition in 1971, and over the past 40 years, McGill’s teams have won over 100 competitions, giving them the… Keep Reading

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Montreal out-shoot McGill in thrilling shoot-out

Is this one of the tightest RSEQ regular season hockey races in recent memory? “Absolutely,” Head Coach Peter Smith said after McGill’s hard fought 1-2-shootout loss to Montreal on Sunday in McConnell Arena. The first place Montreal Carabins (8-3-1) are only two points ahead of the third place McGill Martlets (7-3-1)—the two teams are separated… Keep Reading

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Behind the Bench: Athletes as activists

Following weeks of protests over racial tensions at the University of Missouri, dozens of members of the school’s football team announced that they would not practice or play in any games until members of the university administration resigned. Within days, the president of the multi-campus university system stepped down, and the chancellor of the main… Keep Reading

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Hockey: Martlets power past Ravens to move above .500

McGill Martlets 2 Carleton Ravens 0 The McGill Martlets (4-3-0) finally broke out of their power play slump when senior defenceman Brittney Fouracres second period slap-shot found the back of the Carleton Ravens’ (2-5-0) net in McGill’s 2-0 victory on Sunday at McConnell Arena. This is the first time McGill has scored in their 24… Keep Reading

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10 Things: Synchronized swimming

1 The first official synchronized swimming competition was held in 1891 in Berlin. Many synchronized swimming clubs were formed around this time, and Canada began developing swimming teams to compete in similar events in North America. These performances would soon be incorporated into music hall events, with theatres in London and Glasgow featuring massive water tanks… Keep Reading

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Synchronized Swimming: Martlets synchronized, symmetrical, and sensational

Saturday’s Synchronized Swimming Invitational brought fierce competition and excellent choreography in front of a packed audience at McGill’s Memorial Pool. The overflowing bleachers—full of family, friends, and fans—radiated excitement and anticipation for McGill’s 12-time Canadian University Synchro Swim League (CUSSL) title winning White Team. McGill dominated the invitational, walking away with high scores to accompany their high… Keep Reading

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