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Sports Briefs — Feb. 25

Swimming Swimming in front of friends and family at the 2014 Speedo CIS Championships, Toronto native Simone Cseplo broke five McGill records. The freshman capped an outstanding rookie season by earning second team All-Canadian status and a silver medal in the 50m backstroke (28.24)—McGill’s only podium finish of the weekend. Cseplo spearheaded the Martlet squad… Keep Reading

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Basketball: Bibeau bows out in style in narrow Redmen victory

A winning culture. This is the phrase that motivates athletes to play their hearts out, and the three words that athletic departments live and die for. Simon Bibeau has been the physical manifestation of that culture for the McGill Redmen the last four years, having led the team to three straight playoff appearances—bringing the school… Keep Reading

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Basketball: Lacy lights up Laval with career-high 30 points

The McGill Redmen’s one-point lead looked fleeting heading into the half. As if on cue, their opponents, the Laval Rouge et Or, opened the third-quarter with two straight field goals, going up 36-32. It would be Laval’s last lead of the game. Scrambling to halt their opponents’ momentum, the Redmen turned to reserve shooting-guard Thomas… Keep Reading

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Sports briefs – Feb. 11

Martlet Hockey For 43 consecutive games against RSEQ opponents, the CIS no. 1 ranked Martlet ice hockey team emerged victorious. Many of those wins have been blowouts, but on Friday the tables were turned as their streak was snapped by the no. 2 ranked Montreal Carabins in a 5-1 loss. Like most other Martlet games,… Keep Reading

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The Bibeau years

She catches the ball in her shooting pocket, both feet already squared towards the basket. In one smooth motion she elevates off the ground, the ball released before her defender can close the space between them. The only thing more pleasing than the textbook follow-through is the splash of the net as the basketball drops… Keep Reading

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Basketball: Dufort dominates in Redmen rout of UQAM

After clinching a playoff berth with back-to-back wins against the Bishop’s Gaiters last week, the CIS no. 8 ranked McGill Redmen (9-2) returned home with control of first place in the conference to face the struggling UQAM Citadins. McGill jumped out to an early 18-point lead in the first-quarter, but a questionable substitution pattern left… Keep Reading

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Hockey: Redmen split weekend series with Lancers

Back-to-back games can be gruelling tasks in the sport of hockey, but the McGill Redmen managed to look fresh during the second of two home games against the Windsor Lancers this past weekend. The Redmen dropped Friday night’s game 4-3 in the shootout, but managed to rebound for a 6-2 win in a physical affair… Keep Reading

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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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