Despite the loss, it was a strong performance for the Gee-Gees against one of the top teams in the country, and something they can build on going forward.
The Men’s golf team, which hasn’t had varsity status since 2002, will start its next season in the new varsity club tier.
The rowing team has been becoming more prominent since was founded 13 years ago.
Between the stability of the team and its high level of play, Crawley thinks the team is ready to make a splash in the RSEQ right from the get go.
Jump shooting was the key to success for the Gees in their win, but Sparks knows that down the road they will have to score in the paint.
The Garnet and Grey continue to have no success against the beasts of the RSEQ. The Gees now sit 10 points behind Laval for third place in their conference.
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