In this week's edition of the week that was for McGill Athletics the McGill Tribune Sports team looks at Nicolas English and Michelle Blair , our athletes of the week, Martlet soccer, Redmen lacrosse and Redmen football, and our weekly edition of by the numbers. Beyond the box score MARTLET SOCCER[Read More…]
NFC North Green Bay Packers—It’s another Super Bowl-or-bust season for the Packers this year as they look to redeem themselves after a heartbreaking NFC Championship Game loss. With reigning MVP Aaron Rodgers at the helm, the Packers should have no problem moving the ball offensively, even with the loss of[Read More…]
There is a saying that athletes die twice. Once in retirement and the other time just as we all do. Patrick Willis rejected that idea when he announced his retirement from football at the relatively young age of 30. “Retired doesn’t mean you’re dying, it means you’re putting something to[Read More…]
On Nov. 17, the Crown prosecutor in the sexual assault case against three former McGill University Redmen football players—Ian Sheriff, Brenden Carriere, and Guillaume Tremblay— withdrew its charges.
Clinton Uttley resigned from his position as head coach of the McGill Redmen football team on Tuesday, Sept. 30, following McGill’s response to running back Luis-Andres Guimont-Mota’s arrest for assault and his subsequent suspension from the team. In his resignation letter, Uttley wrote that McGill’s statement in response to the[Read More…]
A running back for the McGill Redmen football team identified as Luis-Andres Guimont-Mota was arrested Wednesday on charges of assault and armed robbery. In response to the incident, Ollivier Dyens, deputy provost (Student Life and Learning) issued a statement explaining that Guimont-Mota had been suspended from the football team. Guimont-Mota was[Read More…]
Recent events surrounding the McGill Redmen football team have prompted a renewed conversation about the values, rules, and processes that govern athletics at this school.
In the 46th edition of the Shaugnessy Cup, the Concordia Stingers (2-0) routed McGill Redmen (0-2) 41-7. The Redmen managed to muster just 220 total yards in a disjointed performance that was riddled with penalties—30 for both teams combined—and featured four intentional safeties by McGill.