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A decade lost: Rebuilding Redmen football

Since the 2005 hazing scandal, Redmen football has experienced a decade of on-field futility. Over the past eight years, the team has had five winless seasons. It’s gone through three coaches in that time span, and frankly, the only thing consistent about the team seems to be their awful record. The team is an anomaly… Keep Reading

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Spotlight on: McGill Alpine Skiing Team

They’re McGill’s version of the Crazy Canucks–and frankly, they just don’t get enough attention around here. Quebec is home to some of the best ski hills in the country, and while you and your friends are getting drunk on the slopes with the SSMU Ski and Snowboard Club on the weekend, the McGill Alpine Ski… Keep Reading

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The week that was for McGill Athletics: March 17

BY THE NUMBERS 2 The number of silver medals that the McGill Martlet basketball and hockey teams won at the CIS National Championships this past Sunday.           9.1 McGill point guard Dianna Ros’ dismal shooting percentage in the CIS National Women’s Basketball Championship game. The Martlets came up short against the… Keep Reading

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Redmen cling to top seed, split weekend series

McGill Redmen 60 UQÀM Citadins 59 It certainly wasn’t a pretty weekend for the McGill Redmen (10-5), but it looks like the squad will head into the RSEQ tournament as the top seed regardless. On Thursday night, the Redmen faced off against a desperate UQÀM (4-10) squad, who needed a victory to stay alive in… Keep Reading

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McGill earns one medal at CIS Championships

        McGill Redmen 12th                 McGill Martlets 9th         Eighteen McGill swimmers competed at the three-day 2015 CIS Swimming National Championship at the University of Victoria this past weekend. UBC won both the men and women’s titles, hauling in an incredible 34… Keep Reading

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Labrecque, Redmen cruise into OUA East Finals

McGill Redmen 2 Queen's Gaels 0 The McGill Redmen (21-5-0) showed why they came into the OUA East semifinals as clear favourites on Friday night, sweeping the best-of-three series against the Queen’s Golden Gaels (13-12-1) with ease. Following a come-from-behind 3-1 win in game two in Kingston, the Redmen will get a few days to… Keep Reading

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The week that was for McGill Athletics: February 24th

Athletes of the week Samuel Labrecque Birthday boy Labrecque scored two goals in 17 seconds to propel McGill to the OUA East finals on Friday. Labrecque was the key figure in McGill’s 2-0 sweep of Queens; in the series opener, he assisted both of McGill’s goals in their 2-1 victory. Labrecque doesn’t only show up… Keep Reading

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Getting your head in the game

In a 1987 interview with Wilt Chamberlain, Roy Firestone asked the legendary big man about the secret behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s unparalleled ability to score. What made him so fundamentally different than all the other freakishly athletic seven-footers who couldn’t cut it in the NBA?  “I believe they have athletic ability, [but] they don’t use this… Keep Reading

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