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Winless team massacred by top-ranked Rouge-et-Or

Adam Scotti The nation’s number-one-ranked team, the Laval Rouge-et-Or (8-0) massacred the winless McGill Redmen (0-8), who were looking for just their second home victory in two years. Laval scored a minute and a half into the first quarter and never looked back, posting a 68-0 win over the Redmen. There were no good signs… Keep Reading

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McGill baseball sets the bar for all other sports programs

The Redmen are National Champions. You aren’t going to hear that phrase often at McGill unless you’re talking about the baseball program, which won it all in ‘06, made the final in ‘08, and climbed to the pinnacle yet again this past weekend, winning the national championships. Despite entering the tournament as a wild card… 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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Redmen’s 15-game winning streak ended by arch-rivals

Adam Scotti The McGill Redmen’s 15 game winning streak came to an end Sunday afternoon with an emotional loss to arch-rival Concordia. It was a tight game until the last 10 minutes, but Concordia made plays when it mattered most and defeated McGill 17-10. The first half was extremely slow for both teams. The Redmen… Keep Reading

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Martlets destroy Warriors but fail to win Redbird Classic

Adam Scotti The McGill Martlets demolished the University of Waterloo Warriors 72-47 in the final game of the Redbird Classic at Love Competition Hall. The Martlets started slow, but once they found their offensive rhythm they were near impossible to stop. McGill trailed 6-1 halfway through the first quarter, but closed with a furious 15-1… Keep Reading

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McGill Swim Team encouraged by promising results

Adam Scotti On Friday evening, McGill hosted the University of Montreal and the University of Ottawa for a lightning-quick three-team swim meet. The teams sped through the 28 events in just over two hours.   This was the second event of the year for the Martlets and Redmen as they tune up for the CIS… Keep Reading

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Fans and Redmen drop the ball in loss to Montreal

John Kelsey John Kelsey The McGill Redmen Football team is still looking for its first win of the season after losing to the Montreal Carabins 30-7 on Saturday. Carabins quarterback Alexandre Nadeau-Piuze threw to 14 different receivers, racking up 337 yards and two touchdowns while leading the Carabins to the comfortable win. The Redmen were… Keep Reading

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Fantasy football midterm report

OK, so most of you, by this point in the fantasy season, have figured out what you’ve got to work with and you’re either: (a) in cruise-control to the finals, (b) desperately cursing Beanie Wells’ and Ryan Matthews’ names from the league basement, or (c) fighting to separate yourself from the middle of the pack.… Keep Reading

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McGill denied bronze medal in Martlet Invitational

Sophie Silkes Sophie Silkes The McGill Martlets suffered a highly competitive straight-set defeat to the University of Montreal Carabins, 27-25, 25-21, 25-22, in the bronze medal game of the 20th annual McGill Martlet Invitational Volleyball Tournament. The Martlets led 21-17 in the first set, and 18-14 in the second, but were unable to find their… Keep Reading

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