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The Mustangs women's fencing team won OUA gold last weekend in Kingston for the first time since 1992–93.
The Mustangs wrestling team are a week away from OUAs in good form. After having won 10 medals at their home meet last weekend, the team is going into the championship season with great confidence.
The Mustangs swim team are heading into championship season with some promising prospects for OUAs and CISs. Working past a devastating flu and respiratory virus, the team is making up lost time in the hopes of finishing third at CISs.
The Western Toboggan team is preparing to travel to Winnipeg, where they will compete against other Canadian and American schools.
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.
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.