Sports

Men’s soccer wins exhibition against Algonquin Thunder ON SEPT. 25, the University of Ottawa’s men’s soccer team battled the Algonquin Thunder, last year’s provincial champions, on Matt Anthony Field. While the competitive club had a slow start to the season with a loss to Carleton early in the year, they have crept up to higher standards, beating Queen’s, Ryerson, and now …

Women’s rugby loses 39-5 in crushing defeat to Stingers THE UNIVERSITY OF Ottawa women’s rugby team (1-2) marched on to Matt Anthony Field to the sound of cheering fans for their first home game of the regular season  Sept. 25. But the erupting applause was interrupted by the Concordia Stingers’ (2-1) speed and resilience, which the Gees defensive skills could not match. The …

Gees homecoming game results in victory against Varsity Blues AFTER LAST WEEK’S disappointing tangle with the Western Mustangs, a game that resulted in the U of O football team finishing with a losing score of 41-13, the Garnet and Grey were back with a vengeance. Despite the clouds and the dismal 1,834 people in the stands, the Gees rebounded with a 41-0 …

LAST WEEK, THE CBC published an article on a frosh event at the University of Montreal in which students dressed up as Jamaican track runners while doing a black-face routine during their annual athletic week. This caused some controversy, notwithstanding the fact that the students were overheard saying things like “smoke more weed.” The event …

A conversation with offensive leader Aaron Colbon THE GEES ARE back for yet another season, and having already won two of three games, the U of O football team is well on its way to the Yates Cup. But who is the leader of the offensive lineup that has played such an instrumental role in these wins? Aaron Colbon, a …

WHAT DO THE words “group fitness” conjure up in your mind? Do you picture overly enthusiastic people stepping in time to the chants of a man with an afro and glittery shorts? Think again, my friends. As a big fan of the group fitness classes the University of Ottawa Sports Services offers, I’d like to …

Health Promotions talks about avoiding the freshman 15 STUDENTS ARE BUSY by nature. With classes, exams, work, and the occasional party or two, students seldom have time to eat, let alone eat healthy. At this mid-September mark, students usually give up on all things green and leafy and resort to grease. This week, the Fulcrum sat down with the staff of …

Softball dedicates weekend to youth mental health IT HAS BEEN proven time and time again that the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees are more than just athletes. The women’s softball team is a competitive club who has dedicated their Sept. 16–18 games to the Do it for Daron (DIFD) organization. The DIFD was founded after Daron Richardson, a 14-year-old girl from …

Two U of O students play in professional soccer ON A COOL September night, Ottawa’s newest professional sports franchise, Capital City Football Club, laid a beating on the St. Catharines’ Roma Wolves, defeating them 6-0 at the Terry Fox Stadium. Despite the temperature, the modest crowd in attendance had no difficulty staying warm; they were up and out of their seats early …

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