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When you think about the coaches and staff that allow Mustangs athletics to function, one key player is often forgotten: the student trainer. 

This season was a season of adversity for the Western Mustangs women's hockey team.

Robin Bone is the only pole vaulter in Canada to compete with a helmet, but she refuses to let the extra equipment get in the way of her Olympic dreams.

The Western Mustangs rugby team renewed an old tradition by going on a rugby tour of Ireland during the February reading week. 

Greg Morrow leaves Western as the all-time leading scorer in school history, and as the man who returned Western basketball to relevance.

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There are dozens of varsity teams at Western, but many sports have short seasons that end after only a couple of months. Here's a look into what it's like for six varsity teams in their respective off-seasons. 

In 1987, the Women’s Athletic Alumnae decided it was important to be independent in order to make up for the lost years of women’s failed recognition on campus.

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