Hawks join big leagues with K-W United

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Even though the school year is over, soccer season is just kicking off.

Even though the school year is over, soccer season is just kicking off. This summer, seven Wilfrid Laurier University women’s soccer players are playing for Kitchener-Waterloo United Football Club. The roster includes 21 high-caliber varsity athletes who have teamed up…

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Laurier’s women’s soccern shut down in CIS nationals

TORONTO, Ont. – It wasn’t expected, but their fate seemed all too familiar. Despite offensive uncertainty and plenty of injuries, the Wilfrid Laurier women’s soccer team advanced to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) national championships, but lost the quarterfinal to…

(Photo by Heather Davidson)

Golden Hawks’ season comes to an end in a 2-1 loss to host Toronto

TORONTO, Ont. — Wilfrid Laurier’s women’s soccer team journey at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) national championships came to a quick halt Friday night as the Hawks dropped a 2-1 decision to the host Toronto Varsity Blues in the consolation…

Laurier's women's soccer team dropped a 2-1 decision to the Toronto Varsity Blues in the consolation semifinal of nationals. (Photo by Heather Davidson)

Golden Hawks drop championship quarterfinal game to Spartans

TORONTO, Ont. – A miscommunication on a corner kick and some defensive lapses turned out to be the determining factors in a 3-0 Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) quarterfinal loss for the Wilfrid Laurier women’s soccer team. The Hawks, who less…

(Photo by Heather Davidson)

Laurier’s golden girls win OUA

LONDON, Ont. – Emily Brown felt like she was due to feel the red ribbon around her neck. The third-year women’s soccer all-star striker had experienced enough disappointment in her last two visits to the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) championship…

Captains Emily Brown, Kelsey Tikka and Emily Brown hold the championship trophy and banner. (Photo by Heather Davidson)

Lacrosse claims bronze hardware

Following a roller coaster year, the Wilfrid Laurier women’s lacrosse team returned to the podium with a thrilling 12-11 overtime win against the Brock Badgers in the bronze medal game of the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) championship. “From being here,…

(File photo by Kha Vo)