Learning to lead from the sidelines

Photo by Heather Davidson

After an injury at the beginning of the 2013 season, Tanner Philp had to lead the Wilfrid Laurier University football team from the sidelines. During practice before the first game of the season, the second-year team captain tore his ACL…

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Three Laurier all-stars play with the best in the nation

This past weekend, three of Wilfrid Laurier University’s finest athletes shared the field with the best post-secondary football talent from across the nation. On May 10, Western University hosted the East/West Bowl, an all-star game with players from all over…

(File photo by Heather Davidson)

Laurier Lettermen donates $10,000

Wilfrid Laurier University’s Lettermen Club presented a $10,000 cheque to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation on Friday, following a successful PowderPuff tournament earlier this year. The 24 registered teams raised the money with registration fees and donations, Laurier Lettermen president…

(Photo by Ryan Hueglin)

Laurier’s finest of 2013-14

Player of the Year Emily Brown (Women’s soccer) Brown made strides in the 2013 year. She scored a career-high 18 goals, setting a new team record after her 15 goals last year. She scored 14 of those in the last…

(File photo by Will Huang)

Early start vital for football success

Most football teams in the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) begin their offseason training in January. But for the Wilfrid Laurier men’s football team, their training started just a week after their final game. As of Oct. 21, Laurier was in…

(File photo by Heather Davidson)

Hawks prep for CFL test

The road to becoming a professional football player is one that is both rigorous and demanding. Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawk defensive football standouts Thomas Griffiths and Felix Odum are well aware of the many challenges that are presented along the…

(File photo by Tommy Griffiths)