Charlie O'Connor Clarke


Charlie is a second year student in Media, Information and Technoculture, and is a first year sports editor for Volume 110 of the Gazette. Follow him on Twitter @charliejclarke or contact him at

One of the best players to come out of U Sports, Mustang alumna Katelyn Gosling is proving in the CWHL that young female hockey players can have a future in their sport. 

The men's hockey team's postseason hopes were dashed for the first time since 1999 with a pair of losses this weekend on their Quebec road trip. 

The Western men's hockey team kept their season alive on Saturday, with four road games left to play. An analytical look into their situation suggests they have a chance. 

Four hundred people filled Western Film Saturday night to watch a Leafs game with the Steve Dangle Podcast. 


To lose a gold medal in any sport is heartbreaking, but to know you weren't beaten fairly sparks a new level of gut-wrenching disappointment. 


Western's women's track and field team was given top spot in the first U Sports rankings of 2017, with the men coming in second. 

With just 10 games left in the regular season, the Mustangs sit one point out of the final playoff spot in the OUA West Division after their loss to York on Friday.


Western's women's lacrosse team will be awarded gold medals after they appealed their championship game loss to Trent on Oct. 23.

When Will first came to university, he says it was harder to find people who were into roleplaying games than it was to find someone to talk about sports with.

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