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.
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.
It was a slow start to the game, but a fiery third period would give the Garnet and Grey a 4-1 win on home ice.
Following an emotional loss to the Ravens at the Canadian Tire Centre, the Gee-Gees responded by defeating the sixth-ranked Laurentian Voyageurs in foreign territory on Feb. 9.
It was a close game, but the Gee-Gees pulled out a clutch win on the road.
Carleton kept their perfect record, and if that wasn’t already enough, they sure cemented why they are the best team in the country.
The Men’s golf team, which hasn’t had varsity status since 2002, will start its next season in the new varsity club tier.