Women’s hockey gets full ride

TORONTO (CUP)—Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) will allow post-secondary schools to give female hockey players full-ride scholarships in an effort to keep more talent at home.

Get your head in the game

ABBOTSFORD, B.C. (CUP)—Spectators are often envious of professional athletes. The player has gotten to make a living out of doing something they love, and they’re also getting way overpaid for it. However, they may now groan at doing what used to be something they loved in the morning after their routine sawdust-flavoured power shake. This is what we call intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.

Gees fired up at football home opener

Last season the Gees posted a 5-3 record that led to a squandered playoff berth with a first-round exit. Their offseason was one of change, as they lost their starting quarterback to graduation, and their star running back to the Canadian Football League draft.