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Redmen Shut Out Sherbrooke in Season Opener

The McGill Redmen introduced their fans to the new-look Molson Stadium in style with a comfortable 4-0 win over the Sherbrooke Vert et Or Friday night. The Redmen produced a solid, if unspectacular, display to overcome a nervous opening and earn the win, taking three points.
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Redmen show promise for upcoming season

For four decades, Redmen football victories against rival University of Toronto were treated like blue moons, solar eclipses and Maple Leafs' Stanley Cup -- they didn't happen very often. McGill removed itself from that list Saturday as the team opened its gridiron season with a 40-17 win over the Varsity Blues in an exhibition contest at the Varsity Centre in Toronto.


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THIRD MAN IN: Expecting the unexpected…and not getting it

Every few years, the stars will align to deliver the hard-core sports fan with an entire summer's worth of quality entertainment. Of course, there are always specific dates in June, July, and August that are worth marking down, but only in the rarest of years can you justify to your parents, friends, or significant other the necessity of staying glued to a television or computer screen for 60 days straight.
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Soccer Martlets win fifth straight preseason match

Paced by a 29th minute goal from Alexandra Morin-Boucher, the McGill women's soccer team claimed the exhibition Old Four tournament crown in Kingston this past weekend. Morin-Boucher's goal and a strong performance from rookie keeper Valérie Labbé helped the Martlets coast to a 1-0 road victory over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.
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MLB SEASON PREVIEW: NATIONAL LEAGUE

Philadelphia Phillies: In their quest for a third straight pennant, the Phillies added Roy Halladay. Now they have great starting pitching, and four guys on the team who hit 30 home runs or more last season. Factor in a shutdown bullpen, and here's the team to beat in the entire senior circuit.
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Martlet Sports: REPORT CARDs

2010 marked the end of an era for the Martlets. Canada's top women's hockey program was finally humbled by the Alberta Pandas in the CIS championship game last month by a score of 2-0. The victory ended the team's record-shattering 86-game winning streak against CIS competition, as well as McGill's 20-game playoff winning streak, dating back to 2007.
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Redmen Sports: REPORT CARDs

The Redmen volleyball team has flown so far under the radar for so many years that it would be easy to overlook the team's steady improvement over the course of the season. Despite lacking size or superior athleticism, Head Coach Simon Berleur has done a commendable job at building a program that increases in confidence and competitiveness every year.
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