McGill Redmen 2 Carleton Ravens 0 Invigorated by the bumping capacity crowd, the McGill Redmen [16-5] secured a well-fought 2-0 victory over the Carleton Ravens [16-5] in this year’s Carnival game. McGill stretched their undefeated streak at Carnival games to 13, while improving their overall record against Carleton to 27-20-1.[Read More…]
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Know your coaches: Martlet and Redmen basketball and hockey
Peter Smith – Martlet Hockey There are very few teams in university sports that can claim to be as dominant as the Martlet ice hockey team has been in recent years. A large part of that success can be traced back to the steady hand of Peter Smith, who has[Read More…]
The week that was: January 20
Athletes of the week Francois Bourque Bourque, a towering 6’6” forward from Terrebonne, Quebec, carried the Redmen to two victories over the weekend against Laval. He notched a double double in both games and averaged 13.5 points, 13 rebounds, and 2.5 assists, proving to be too much to handle in[Read More…]
Cloutier sinks Concordia with career performance
With one second left on the shot clock, Carolann Cloutier let it fly from beyond the arc and drained a three to widen an early lead for McGill.
McGill keeps calm to blow out Concordia
Despite going punch for punch with the Redmen (2-1) through two hard-fought quarters, the final score read 69-38 in an embarrassing road loss for the Concordia Stingers (2-1).
10 Things: Turning points in Montreal sports history
March 3, 1875: The first organized game of indoor ice hockey was played at the Victoria Skating Rink on René-Lévesque between Drummond and Stanley, where the Sheraton Hotel now stands. Civil engineering student James Creighton organized the game, and many of the players were McGill students. The current standard dimensions[Read More…]
Martlets fly past Ravens
McGill Martlets 6 Carleton Ravens 2
Know your McGill Athlete: Deanna Foster
“Their winger came across and hit me pretty hard,” Deanna Foster, star winger on the Martlet rugby squad and an All-Canada talent said. “My foot was planted and my knee just went out at a weird angle. I just heard a pop.”
Perfection continues as Redmen trounce Gee-Gees
McGill Redmen 13 uOttawa Gee-Gees 4 With less than a minute left in the game, junior midfielder Rufus Frost drifted to the corner of the field, out of sight of the Ottawa goalie.
Fall Team Previews: McGill Basketball
Redmen Basketball Coming off their second RSEQ Championship in as many years, the McGill Redmen seem poised to win another this season with a group of developing youngsters. Head Coach David DeAverio enters his fifth season with an astounding 15 underclassmen, including five freshmen. Veteran Ave Bross will likely take[Read More…]