Mustangs figure skating proves they are one of the most dominant programs in the OUA with a bronze medal finish in the first competition of the season. 

In taking home their 31st national championship in 32 years, Western's co-ed cheerleading team won by a 45-point margin over the second-place team, Queen's.

The Mustangs men's hockey team finally bounced back from their losing streak with a 6–3 win over the Laurentian Voyageurs on Friday.


The Mustangs women's volleyball team toppled the third-ranked McMaster Marauders on Saturday, winning in straight sets.

Western's women's hockey team suffered an 8–1 loss at the hands of the visiting Windsor Lancers to close out the first half of their season. 

The Mustangs lost 82-81 to Waterloo on a last second game-winner from the Warriors.

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Robert Polesello, Spenser Cobbold, Jonathan Laser and Greg Dodds have all been invited to the 40 person training camp for Team Canada. The team will compete at the Universiade in Kazakhstan in January. 

Ten years ago, you would've been hard-pressed to find a diehard supporter of a Canadian soccer team. That's why it's such a big deal that 60,000 fans packed in to see a local soccer game in Canada.

The Mustangs men's hockey team extended their losing streak to seven games after their loss to the Toronto Varsity Blues on Friday despite not losing more than four consecutive games in over a decade.

In most professional sports, number of wins and winning percentage dictates where you sit in the standings. But the NHL has adopted a strange system where each team is awarded two points for a win, one for an overtime loss and none for a regulation loss.

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