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Fall Intramurals at Western

Fall Intramurals at Western
August 6, 2014 No Comments »

Intramurals are likely the perfect concoction for those creatures who want to be active and socialize at the same time. Not sure if you’re a level five dwarf or a level 80 orc? Don’t worry, there are tons of divisions in ... Read More »

Mustangs Fall Preview

Mustangs Fall Preview
August 3, 2014 No Comments »

For those new to Western, we welcome you to the best varsity athletics program in the entire realm. Western has a total of 44 Varsity teams representing the school. Year after year the purple and white prove that the sports ... Read More »

Cup guardian shares history with the community

Cup guardian shares history with the community
June 6, 2014 No Comments »

  After responding to an internship advertisement by CSTT Sports Management for his kinesiology program’s fourth year field placement, Justin O’Halloran found himself with a new title — guardian of the Memorial Cup. “When I first began this project, I ... Read More »

Kanter’s World Cup Predictions

Kanter’s World Cup Predictions
June 6, 2014 No Comments »

The 2014 FIFA World Cup will kick off June 12 in Brazil. In preparation, I’ve put together a preview so the casual soccer fan knows what to expect. For the hardcore fan, feel free to tell me I have no ... Read More »

2014 CIS East–West Bowl at TD Stadium in Pictures

2014 CIS East–West Bowl at TD Stadium in Pictures
May 28, 2014 No Comments »

Action shots from the 2014 edition of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport East–West Bowl held at Western University’s TD Stadium on May 10. Team East won the game 19–12. Photos by Jonathan Dunn and Iain Boekhoff.   Read More »

Kanter’s Memorial Cup Predictions

May 18, 2014 No Comments »

London Knights (Host) The Skinny: The Knights will be competing in their third consecutive Memorial Cup and will do everything in their power to avoid going 0-for-3. They knew it was going to be a tough playoff run, as they ... Read More »

East beats West in showdown of the best

East beats West in showdown of the best
May 16, 2014 No Comments »

Canadian Interuniversity Sport’s top football players clashed in the 12th Annual East–West Bowl on Saturday, with the East squeezing out a 19–12 victory despite a late-game threat from the West. With the win, the East takes revenge for an 18-17 ... Read More »

Mustangs prep for football season at training camp

Mustangs prep for football season at training camp
May 16, 2014 No Comments »

The Western Mustangs football team took part in a spring training camp to kick off the month of May, preparing for the start of the season in September. Head coach Greg Marshall liked what he saw from his team in ... Read More »

Barry leaves Mustangs after great career

Barry leaves Mustangs after great career
April 7, 2014 No Comments »

Brianne Barry is leaving Western this year after five years of being a Mustang wrestler. However, she will be taking a ton of athletic and academic accolades with her into her bright future, a bachelor’s degree in management and organizational ... Read More »

Column: So long, farewell, auf wiedersehen, goodbye

April 7, 2014 1 Comment »

I would like to start off this column — the final installment of The Sin Bin — by saying that I’m not naïve. I know that out of the 30,000 people at Western, you are the only one person that ... Read More »

Varsity ‘Stangs recognized for achievements

Varsity ‘Stangs recognized for achievements
April 3, 2014 No Comments »

Wednesday night was an important one for Western Mustangs student athletes. The Mustangs held the 73rd annual Athletic Awards Gala at the London Convention Centre to honour outstanding varsity athletes. Among the awards presented that night was the Dr. Claude ... Read More »

CIS amends National Championships

CIS amends National Championships
April 2, 2014 No Comments »

The Canadian Interuniversity Sport announced Thursday that it has made changes to the winter national championships for basketball and hockey. The previous two-pool system used for the CIS hockey championships for both women’s and men’s will be replaced by a ... Read More »