Toronto fans seek success

Sports Fans - Joshua Awolade

Everybody loves a winner. It’s that feeling of pride that comes with following a team that is able to play well and find success in whichever sport they play. It comes from being able to come along for the ride…

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A lifetime of adventure in four years

Wilfrid Laurier women’s curling lead Cheryl Kreviazuk has a lifetime of memories packed into four years. With three Ontario University Athletics (OUA) championships under her belt, three Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) championships and a CIS bronze medal, a gold medal…

(Photo by Kha Vo)

Hawks in review

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…

(File photo by Will Huang)

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)

Hawks cap off best year since 2008

If you asked Wilfrid Laurier men’s curling skip Aaron Squires if he expected to be bringing home a bronze medal from the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) national championships, he would have said no. But the third-year communications studies student led…

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Gold and bronze decor year for women’s curling

After missing nationals last year, the Wilfrid Laurier University women’s curling team managed to take home the bronze medal at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) curling championships this past weekend in Regina, Sask. Despite defeating the Carleton Ravens in the…

(Photo courtesy of Andrew Burant)