The goal for the Redmen lacrosse team this year is simple: Win the Baggataway Cup for the second time in program history. Following a dominant 16-5 victory over the Ottawa Gee Gees on Saturday in the divisional playoff, they are well on their way to achieving that goal. The Redmen[Read More…]
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…]
Walking through the Roddick Gates, one of the first things to draw the attention of passersby is the statue of a wind-blown James McGill clutching his hat and walking stick. Few students know that before reaching this statue, they’ve passed another monument honouring a completely different side of the university’s[Read More…]
Paul Rakoczy is in a nostalgic mood as he prepares for his last season on the team. As his team gears up for the Baggataway Cup National Championship in November, the defenceman and co-captain is looking to the past for inspiration. “It’s bittersweet, for sure,’” Rakoczy said. “I love this[Read More…]
McGill Redmen 23 Concordia Stingers 0 It felt like summer never happened for the Redmen lacrosse team. McGill (2-0) picked up right where they left off[Read More…]
Martlet Rugby 2014 was a rebuilding year for the Martlet rugby team. Fresh off of a RSEQ Championship the year before, the team lost notable players including CIS Player-of-the-Year Brianna Miller. This season, the squad looks to build off of last year’s appearance in the RSEQ semifinals, when they fell to[Read More…]
McGill Redmen 18 Carleton Ravens 3 On perhaps the last warm and sunny Saturday of the year, the McGill Redmen (8-0) continued their season-long win streak with an 18-3 drubbing of the second-seeded Carleton Ravens (5-1) at Molson Stadium. Undefeated in conference play dating back to the beginning of the[Read More…]
After lying dormant for most of the game, the McGill Redmen (6-0) woke up just in time to hand the Bishop’s Gaiters (4-1) their first loss of the season Wednesday night.