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.
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Redmen fall short against Rouge et Or
McGill Redmen 1 Laval Rouge et Or 3 The McGill Redmen (5-4-0) fell to the Laval Rouge et Or (5-0-4) Friday 3-1. After matching Laval through the first half, the Redmen had a rocky second half, allowing the visitors to pull ahead and score two goals in less than 10 minutes.
The week that was for McGill Athletics: Oct. 7
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[Read More…]
Redmen remain undefeated on season
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…]
Martlets gear up for playoff race
The McGill Martlets (4-3-2) soccer team converted on a myriad of offensive opportunities in the second half to best the UQTR Patriotes (1-4-2) 2-0 at Molson Stadium Thursday evening. The first half of the game was dominated by the Martlets as they continuously out-ran the UQTR defence to create scoring[Read More…]
Editorial: Latest athletics case draws attention to need for continued reform
Last Wednesday, Luis Guimont-Mota, a player for the Redmen football team, was arrested on charges stemming from an alleged domestic abuse incident involving his wife. Much of the discussion of the case since had revolved around the player, with only the Students’ Society of McGill University (SSMU) statement mentioning the[Read More…]
Martlets, Redmen battle the elements in McGill Open
Under unpredictable weather conditions, the Martlet and Redmen golf teams hosted the McGill Open this past weekend. The wet winds are characteristic during this time of year and did not discriminate when affecting performance. “The first day was really windy and it affected just about everybody,” Redmen Junior Jonathan Whelan[Read More…]
Who’s that athlete: Zoe Fasoulakis
The Martlet soccer team is off to a strong start to the 2014-2015 season, which means business as usual for junior kinesiology student Zoe Fasoulakis. The center-back has seen teammates and coaches come and go, but winning has been a constant since she debuted in 2012.
McGill runners start strong at annual McGill Open
Both the McGill Redmen and Martlet cross-country teams opened their seasons this Saturday at the 2014 McGill Open on Mount Royal.
Fall 2014 sports team previews: Part II
Redmen Rugby The Redmen started their 2013 season with a new Head Coach, Eric Van Sickle, who has been a steady part of the team’s coaching staff since 2005. He did not disappoint, leading the Redmen on a regular season romp that culminated in their eighth consecutive conference title. Even the[Read More…]