Gee-Gees women's basketball

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“Deciding to retire has been one of the most difficult decisions of my life. I always say family comes first and I need to live up to my own words. I am very proud of what we have all accomplished to make this team into a national championship contender and more importantly, a great place to play,” said Sparks, in a press release.

We look back at the women’s soccer team’s historic win in China, the Tramayne Stephen touchdown that changed the Panda Game, the women’s hockey teams’ record-breaking win streak, and Calvin Epistola’s heroic free throws that helped win the Capital Hoops Classic.

The women’s basketball team looked to improve on their 12-2 record down at Montpetit Hall on Saturday night. In a decisive win against the Ontario Tech Ridgeback, every sign points to the Gees continuing their domination of the OUA East division.

The University of Ottawa women’s basketball team opened up their season on Friday night with a strong performance on home court. Head coach Andy Sparks’s troops dominated the Laurier Golden Hawks in a blowout win.

“We’re going to see this team again. We don’t take this lightly—we’re going to use this as motivation.” —Angela Ribarich, Gee-Gees centre.

“It was a game that had a lot on the line, and we did have a high stress level. But you can tell with our press offence that our seniors were struggling with the ball at the end, but a learning experience will be better next time.’’ —Andy Sparks, Gee-Gees head women’s basketball coach.

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