After surveying over 3,000 children aged five to 18, Dr. Roger Zemek and his researchers found that physical activity may lead to quicker concussion recovery in children.
The Gees faced their cross-town rivals on Jan. 13 for the third of four meetings between the teams this year. The two teams combined for 18 goals in their first two meetings, with Ottawa coming out on top both times, so a high-scoring game was to be expected.
This weekend served as a microcosm of the Gees’ uneven 2016-17 season. They lost to last-place UQAM for the second time this season, but came out on top against first-place Montréal for the second time this season.
After starting the year with a 1–3 record, the Gee-Gees were intent on righting the ship, leading off their latest match with strong play from third-years Carline Lemay and Sabrina Roy.
This year’s championship saw a considerable uptick in participation from the Gee-Gees, with the University of Ottawa’s Alex Berhe and Katie Phillips being the only two to make nationals last year.
On Sunday, Oct. 30 the University of Ottawa lacrosse team pulled off what’s being called the most stunning upset in Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association (CUFLA) history.