Making sure that our student-athletes are fit to play and perform, both mentally and physically, remains our utmost priority at Sports Services.
The Men’s golf team, which hasn’t had varsity status since 2002, will start its next season in the new varsity club tier.
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.
With a distinct focus on having fun in the wilderness, the outdoors club organizes a multitude of events for both seasoned nature-lovers and those students venturing out of their apartment for their very first time.
There are big changes coming to the U of O’s sports program. As early as next year there should be a crop of new Gee-Gees teams in U Sports competition that students can get excited about.
New director outlines how to improve Gee-Gees program going forward.
The University of Ottawa Nordic ski club is still at the earliest stage of development. But that’s not a concern for the members of the group, who are determined to get themselves “competitive club” status from the university.