On a hot and humid day at Gary Carter Field in Côte St. Luc, the McGill Redmen (7-3) were victorious in both games of their double-header against the visiting Carleton Ravens (5-3), by scores of 11-4 and 4-1. The team had a great day at the plate, scoring 15 runs […]
Tag: Redmen Baseball
After building toward a championship victory for months at a time, the end of the season leaves players and coaches alike in a trance—the championship hangover. Coming off his team’s fourth straight CCBA championship, Redmen baseball Head Coach Jason Starr confirmed this predicament to The McGill Tribune. “Two weeks,” Starr […]
To cap off the 2016-17 academic year, the McGill Tribune recognizes the top Redmen team, athlete, rookie, and coach.
In this week's edition of the week that was for McGill Athletics the McGill Tribune Sports team looks at Dianna Ros and Alexander Goldmant, our athletes-of-the-week; Redmen Baseball and Redmen Football; as well as our weekly edition of by the numbers. Beyond the box score REDMEN BASEBALL McGill defeated Carleton 10-5 on […]
In this week's edition of the week that was for McGill Athletics the McGill Tribune Sports team looks at Yasmeen Dawodjee and Kade Wist, our athletes-of-the-week; Redmen Baseball, Redmen Hockey, Martlet & Redmen Swimming, and Redmen Lacross; as well as our weekly edition of by the numbers. Beyond the box score […]
In this week's edition of the week that was for McGill Athletics the McGill Tribune Sports team looks at Rob Sedin and Rebecca Green, our athletes of the week, Redmen Lacrosse and Redmen Baseball, and our weekly edition of by the numbers. Beyond the box score REDMEN LACROSSE McGill came […]
Rookies of the Year Karl Forgues Karl Forgues, a 5’9”, 200-pound linebacker from Repentigny, Quebec was named RSEQ defensive Rookie-of-the-Year this past season and was arguably the best player for the Redmen footbal team. Forgues was one of the lone bright spots for the team this season, finishing second in […]
As the McGill Redmen baseball team’s season nears its end, so too does the career of senior starting pitcher Elliott Ariganello.
The crowd at Gary Carter Field Thursday left happy thanks to late-game heroics, as the McGill Redmen (14-4) baseball team topped the Concordia Stingers (10-7) 3-2 in the annual fan night game. The win was McGill’s 12th of the season, and its third walk-off win in four games.
Beyond the Box Score Martlets Soccer – McGill (3-5-2) suffered a setback in its hunt for a playoff spot on Friday, losing 2-1 to the division-leading Laval Rouge et Or (8-1-0) in a hard-fought match. After a penalty kick from sophomore midfielder Alexandra Tinfow tied the game up in the […]