Hawks in review

(File photo by Will Huang)
The Cord Sports team grades the achievements and failures of Laurier’s winter semester teams

Women’s hockey — A This season was a great bounce back season for the women’s hockey team as they regained the top spot in Ontario through some outstanding goaltending and great play from veteran players. However, they entered the national…

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Women’s hockey season comes to an end without a medal

FREDERICTON, N.B – It wasn’t the end they wanted at all. It wasn’t even the performance they wanted, as the Wilfrid Laurier women’s hockey team dropped a 6-3 decision in the bronze medal game of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS)…

(Photo by Shelby Blackley)

Hawks roll over Aigles Bleues in second game of CIS championship

FREDERICTON, N.B – If there was ever a time for a bounce back, that was it. The Wilfrid Laurier women’s hockey team stepped on the ice at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) championship Friday with a 4-1 loss from Thursday…

(Photo by Shelby Blackley)

Women’s hockey drops game one of national championship

FREDERICTON, N.B — Keep moving forward. That is just what the Wilfrid Laurier women’s hockey team needs to do after their opening game of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) championships. A 4-1 loss against the RSEQ finalists McGill Martlets put…

(Photo by Shelby Blackley)

Hawks reclaim top OUA standing

In the past when the Wilfrid Laurier women’s hockey team won the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) championship, it was a done deal early in the season. Until a few years ago, Laurier finished atop the OUA and tore through the…

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Hawks win 11th OUA championship in school history in 2-0 win

They laid it all on the ice. The Wilfrid Laurier women’s hockey team came out Sunday evening in the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) final with nothing but a gold medal in their minds, and they succeeded in achieving their goal…

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