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

The Mustangs men's basketball team fell to 1-4 with a 90-84 double overtime loss to the Laurier Golden Hawks on Wednesday night.

Despite the tough 1-3 start to the Western Mustangs men's basketball season, there is no need to worry about Brad Campbell's squad.

On Saturday night the Mustangs men's basketball team lost 83-81 to the Guelph Gryphons in a hard-fought season opener.

The men's basketball program plans for a successful season with Alex Coote, Jedson Tavernier, Alex Otzyv, Nik Farkic and Eriq Jenkins as their starting five.

Mustangs men's basketball names Eric McDonald and Alex Coote as captains for the 2016-2017 season.

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

On Friday evening, the Western Mustangs women's basketball team experienced playing at Mattamy Athletic Centre against Ryerson for the first time this year. It wasn't easy.

Western sank 52.4 per cent of their shots, including 12 three-pointers. They capitalized on their chances whenever they came, as 27 of their points came off turnovers.

The women's basketball team hosts Rahshida Atkinson and the Toronto Varsity Blues in their first playoff game at Alumni Hall on Wednesday night.

On Wednesday night, Western and Lakehead will meet for the second time in six days, but this time in an elimination playoff game with a chance to move on to the second round. 

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