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 won their fourth consecutive national title this past Sunday, establishing themselves as one of the most dominant programs in the country.
Lexi Smith, Paige Farries, Nikki Case and Veronica Harrigan were named OUA All-Stars in women's rugby alongside their coach, John Weller, who was named coach of the year.
Red-shirted referees are a staple of Western's intramural program. For all 17 sports, two of the 200-some student refs are assigned to oversee each game and keep things running smoothly.
The women's softball team defended their national silver medal after falling to the University of Saskatchewan this weekend, and now sit at 30-1 in the season.