Category: More Sports

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Hawks stumble into playoffs

The Wilfrid Laurier University women’s rugby team came up short in securing home field advantage coming into the playoffs.

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Rugby falls to McMaster

Men’s rugby had a tough time handling the McMaster Marauders on Sunday afternoon, and were defeated 35-17.

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Men’s rugby beginning to rebuild

The tide is slowly beginning to turn for the Wilfrid Laurier University men’s rugby team. A season after failing to win a single game, the team posted a 23-14 win over the Waterloo Warriors in their first game of the…

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Athletics hopes to withstand cuts

No alarm bells are sounding just yet, but major cuts to Wilfrid Laurier University’s budget may affect the department of athletics and recreation in the coming years. The most recent development came this month from Laurier’s vice president of finance…

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Courtis swims for Barbados

This past month Christopher Courtis had the unique opportunity of representing his country on one of the world’s largest stages. After an exceptional career swimming for the Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks for the past two years, Courtis qualified for…

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A guide to the fall Hawks

Men’s baseball Last year, strong pitching and defense were the formula that resulted in an Ontario University Athletics championship, and much of the core of that formula still remains. Their pitching rotation is considered possibly the best in Ontario and…

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Laurier students introduce bubble sports to K-W

A new kind of sport is rolling its way into Kitchener-Waterloo. In April of this year Edward Qian and Mandy Gu, two Wilfrid Laurier University students, launched their company GeeseRabbit, and with it a new form of athletics: Bubble Sports….