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Sports briefs – Feb. 4

Martlet Hockey On Saturday, the no.1 CIS ranked McGill Martlets thoroughly dominated the Concordia Stingers en route to a 5-1 victory, extending their winning streak against their cross-town rivals to 54 straight victories. Fourth-year industrial relations major Katia Clement-Heydra was instrumental in McGill’s first four goals. Clement-Heydra set up Gabrielle Davidson and Chelsea Saunders for… Keep Reading

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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

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Basketball: Ogundokun puts up career numbers as Redmen cruise

After back-to-back road losses, the stumbling McGill Redmen (6-2) regained their moxie as they coasted to a 70-49 win over the Concordia Stingers (6-4) on Saturday night. The team continued its perfect record at home and jumped from third to first in the division thanks to a Laval win over Bishop’s. Concordia’s offence had no… Keep Reading

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Sharp axes and cold loggers

For the McGill Woodsmen, the preparations began weeks ago. A tremendous amount of wood has been chopped, stripped, and measured—every piece conforming to its event’s particular specifications. Equipment has been meticulously inspected, ensuring that the saws’ teeth are perfectly straight and the axes are sharp enough to shave with. When the morning of Jan. 25… Keep Reading

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Track and field: Setting the silver standard

This weekend, McGill played host to the 19th annual McGill Team Challenge—a two-day track and field meet. With around 900 athletes taking part, it was advertised as the largest competition of its kind in Canada. The meet saw a number of records fall and featured eight Olympians.Although the event was a success, both the Redmen… Keep Reading

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Hockey: Redmen send Queen’s packing at Carnival game

One-thousand-four-hundrend-and-twenty-seven screaming fans exploded when Mathieu Pompei of Laval, QC, scored the game-winning goal for the no. 5 ranked McGill Redmen against the visiting Queen’s Gaels in the annual Management Carnival game. Pompei’s goal made it 2-1 just 27 seconds after Queen’s broke through on a rare 3-on-1 breakaway to knot the game at one… Keep Reading

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Sports briefs – Jan 21

Martlet Hockey The McGill Martlets hockey team took down the Carleton Ravens 3-1 Saturday for their 38th consecutive regular-season win. The top-ranked squad never trailed during a game that saw them outshoot the Ravens 52-20. Gabrielle Davidson, who leads CIS in goals, opened the scoring halfway through the second period, potting her sixteenth of the… Keep Reading

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Sports briefs – Jan. 14

Redmen Hockey The Redmen (14-5-1) moved into a tie with the Queen’s Gaels (12-2-5) atop the OUA East Division with an impressive 4-3 win over the Gaels on Saturday at the Kingston Memorial Center. After a slow, defensive struggle in the first period, McGill came out of the first intermission with a renewed sense of… Keep Reading

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Basketball: McGill splits weekend series with Laval

The McGill Redmen (5-1) continued their quest for a second straight RSEQ Championship with a home-and-home series against the Laval Rouge et Or (2-4). In the first matchup of the weekend, McGill pummeled the visiting Rouge et Or with an 88-69 victory at home. A day later, the two teams headed  out to Quebec City,… Keep Reading

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Redmen dynasty shows no sign of stopping

A crowd of almost 700 packed themselves under the overhang at Molson Stadium for shelter from the rain to watch  the McGill Redmen rugby team defeat Concordia 16-6 to take home their eighth consecutive RSEQ championship on Friday Nov. 22. The Redmen jumped out to an early lead the same way they have done throughout… Keep Reading

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