Jackson Bennett and Khadim Mbaye talked to the Fulcrum about their push to go pro, as they attend combines and interview with teams ahead of the CFL and NFL drafts.
The University of Ottawa Women’s Hockey team went into another year in the Réseau du Sport étudiant du Québec (RSÉQ) with stiff competition.
The Gees took another step in the right direction, and losing to a well-established McGill program is not something to be ashamed of.
A 77-69 defeat to the Ryerson Rams in the quarters on Feb. 24 put an end to the basketball season for the Gee-Gees, a team which at first glance looked promising.
Both competitions saw several medals awarded to the Gee-Gees, but no first-place finish for the team on the nation’s biggest stage.
After a close game, the University of Ottawa Women’s Basketball team lost 46-47 against the McMaster Marauders on Feb. 28, ending their Ontario University Athletics (OUA) playoff run at the semi finals.
The two series were best-of-three and were pushed to a limit of three games, with Ottawa ultimately falling in the decisive third game.