The University of Ottawa track and field team participated in the U Sports National Championship from March 8-10, with 12 competing athletes.
Last week, Sabrina Roy and Caroline Lemay were named to the All-Star team of the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ), following their season with the Gee-Gees volleyball team.
Against all odds, I came out of the experience with no injuries, apart from a slightly bruised ego.
The Gee-Gees will look to add to the U of O’s U Sports medal count for this year after the Women’s rugby gold medal and medals by Davide Casarin and Montana Champagne in swimming.
After losing a heartbreaking game against the McMaster Marauders by a score of 47-46 on Feb. 28, the Gee-Gees Women’s Basketball season has come to a brutal end.
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.