Coaches, for better or worse, can change not only an athlete’s career, but their entire life. This is especially true for university athletes, who experience a major period of mental and social development in their lives while also competing for titles and championships. Balancing athletics with academic and social demands[Read More…]
Tag: Myriam Robitaille
Speaking about fond memories and future plans with some of McGill’s best graduating athletes.
UQAM takes an unexpected win at McGill’s senior night.
Following a shocking loss to the Université du Québec à Montréal Citadins on Jan. 25, the McGill Martlet volleyball team (12-3) faced off against the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees (3-12) on Jan. 27. The Martlets seemed discouraged by their previous defeat, beginning the game slowly and giving up two close[Read More…]
Martlets extend win streak to six with triumph over Rouge et Or.
How analytics and video analysis help McGill sports teams win.
Rookies of the Year Karl Forgues Karl Forgues, a 5’9”, 200-pound linebacker from Repentigny, Quebec was named RSEQ defensive Rookie-of-the-Year this past season and was arguably the best player for the Redmen footbal team. Forgues was one of the lone bright spots for the team this season, finishing second in[Read More…]