Redmen break out brooms in semifinal against Carleton

Adam Scotti On a sunny, cold afternoon in Côte St.-Luc, the McGill Redmen earned a place in the Canadian Intercollegiate Baseball Association Northern Conference Final by handling the visiting Carleton Ravens in a two-game sweep. The Redmen won the first game of the doubleheader, 8-2. Starting pitcher Conrad Hall dominated[Read More…]

In front of big crowd, Redmen lose another heartbreaker

The Redmen started Friday night’s game off with a bang, as J.T. Thompson returned the opening kickoff 102 yards for a touchdown. Concordia’s Kris Pickering, however, returned the favour with a 62-yard punt return touchdown with under three minutes to go in the fourth quarter, giving his team the comeback victory by a score of 34-29.

Undefeated Redmen Lacrosse Team Pound Toronto

The varsity lacrosse Redmen delivered a walloping 12-3 victory over the University of Toronto’s Varsity Blues at Forbes Field Sunday.

The Blues started things off quickly, taking early leads. But once the game settled down and the refs eased up on their whistles, McGill was able to control possession and the game. The Redmen scored four unanswered goals for a 7-3 halftime lead, and cemented the win by outscoring Toronto 5-0 in the second half.

SPORTS IN BRIEF: Undefeated Redmen Lacrosse Team Pound Toronto

The varsity lacrosse Redmen delivered a walloping 12-3 victory over the University of Toronto’s Varsity Blues at Forbes Field Sunday. The Blues started things off quickly, taking early leads. But once the game settled down and the refs eased up on their whistles, McGill was able to control possession and the game.

POINT-COUNTERPOINT: LeBron’s Choice

LeBron James’s decision to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers and join Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh on the Miami Heat was the talk of the sports media this summer. Sam Hunter and Adam Sadinsky offer two different perspectives on the implications of LeBron’s choice.

Central

* Detroit Pistons: The team that won it all in 2004 has kept their starting line-up virtually intact since, losing only C Ben Wallace in 2006. But after six straight trips to the Eastern Conference Finals, changes are afoot-new Head Coach Michael Curry replaces the polarizing Flip Saunders.

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