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The Garnet and Grey lose out on CIS opportunity Katherine DeClerq | Fulcrum Staff THE UNIVERSITY OF Ottawa volleyball team’s (13-5 regular season, 2-1 playoffs) season came to a close today with a 3-1 set loss to the Queen’s University Golden Gaels (13-5 regular season, 3-0 playoffs) today at Montpetit Gym. The Ontario University Athletics …

Gees win in semifinal match-up against Paladins TODAY THE GARNET and Grey fought for the opportunity to play tomorrow in the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) gold medal match and won. The semifinal game pit the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees ( 13-15 regular season, 2-0 playoffs)  against the Royal Military College Paladins (9-9 regular season, 1-1 …

Ottawa to host OUA championships Katherine DeClerq | Fulcrum Staff The University of Ottawa will host the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) championships Feb. 25-26 after stealing the top-ranked position in the conference. The York University Lions, who previously held that spot, were disqualified for playing an ineligible player on the court, giving the Gees a …

Women’s hockey team wins first playoff game THE REGULAR SEASON is over and its playoff time. The University of Ottawa women’s hockey team (6-13-1) began their Réseau du sports étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) playoff season on Feb. 22, hosting the top-ranked University of McGill Martlets (18-1-1). The Gees embraced the roll of the underdog and …

Feb. 23 playoff game results Katherine DeClerq | Fulcrum Staff The U of O women’s hockey team (6-13-1 regular season, 1-0 playoffs) won their game against the University of McGill Martlets (18-1-1 regular season, 0-1 playoffs) 2-0. Despite beginning the game with a 2-0 lead, the U of O men’s hockey team (14-13-1 regular season, …

THE GEE-GEES (13-5 regular season, 1-0 playoffs) kicked off the playoffs on Feb. 18 in front of a very supportive home crowd at Montpetit Hall in the Ontario quarter-final game. The second-seeded Gees were triumphant in four sets against the seventh-place University of Guelph Gryphons (9-9 regular season, 0-1 playoffs), earning their ticket to the …

Katherine DeClerq | Fulcrum Staff WITH NINE FIRST-PLACE finishes in their pockets, the University of Ottawa track and field team is well on its way to the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) championships. The Gees hosted the UOttawa Winter National Capital Invitational at the Louis Riel Dome on Feb. 11,  proving they are just as good …

Gees win first playoff game of 2012 FOR THE FIRST time since 2008, the Garnet and Grey made it to the Ontario University Athletics playoffs, winning their first match-up against the Nipissing University Lakers 5-2. Matthieu Methot, who returned to the ice after recovering from an injury last game, made the first playoff score of …

WHAT STARTED OUT as a collection of files on Claude Marquis’ laptop is well on its way to becoming one of the most exciting fixtures in the Ottawa’s music scene. With one album of the year award from the Ottawa Citizen under their belt, the 10-person musical collective The PepTides are making some waves on …

ARMED WITH PRESS passes, a camera, and the unshakeable feeling we were about to step back into 1997, we made our way to the Bronson Centre to see Hanson live in concert on Feb 8. Much to our surprise, security was tight—it was only after three failed attempts to enter the building that we were …

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