Most students are aware of many of the athletic opportunities available at Western. There are varsity teams, intramurals and fan clubs.
Western's field hockey team is struggling to find its footing so far, with losses to Toronto and Guelph and a tie with Waterloo in their first three games.
The new head coach of the Western men’s rugby team has a wealth of rugby knowledge and experience and is ready to utilize his resources to revamp a struggling Mustangs program.Read more
In the first game at the renovated Richardson Stadium in Kingston the Mustangs took down the Queen's Golden Gaels 27-13 to improve to 3-1 on the season.Read more
With 16 teams in action this past week, there was a lot going on in the world of Mustangs athletics. With a lot of successful teams over the weekend, it’s hard to narrow it down, but here’s the top five Western teams.
Western's Director of Sports and Recreation Services, Thérèse Quigley, announced on Wednesday that she will be retiring from her position this year. She will remain in her post until Dec. 31, at which point the university is hopeful a successor will have been found.
A six-game undefeated streak doesn't come along often in soccer and it's even rarer when half your roster is composed of rookies. That's exactly the position of the Mustangs women's soccer team currently, as they've won four and drawn two of their league games this year.
With so many varsity teams in action, it can be hard to keep track of what's happening in the world of Mustangs athletics. Here are some of the highlights from last weeks games.