Laurier Lettermen donates $10,000

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$10,000 goes toward the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation with proceeds from PowderPuff, small fundraisers

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…

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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…

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Bouncing back from a scare

Kerilynn Mathers didn’t think anything serious was happening to her. Last year during the 2013 Ontario University Athletics (OUA) curling championship, the women’s curling vice fell ill like the rest of her team. At the time only a second-year kinesiology…

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Women’s curling takes close OUA championship win

GUELPH, Ont. – Carly Howard was fully ready to walk off the ice happy with her performance. The skip of the Wilfrid Laurier women’s curling team made her last shot in the eighth and final end of the Ontario University…

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Men’s curling exceeds personal expectations

GUELPH, Ont. — According to Richard Krell, if you asked the Wilfrid Laurier men’s curling team where they’d be at the end of the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) championships, they would have been pretty off with their predictions. From Feb….

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