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The University of Ottawa Gee-Gees are getting closer and closer to the end of the regular season with each game, making every matchup more vital. Following a 6-3 loss to the Université de Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR ) Patriotes, the Gee-Gees were looking to avenge that loss and earn a vital two points. The Gees …

Fifth-year senior Jean Emmanuel Pierre-Charles has been Gees’ backbone The University of Ottawa Men’s basketball team sports a 6-2 record and sit at ninth in the latest U Sports top 10 poll. They rank fifth best in both offensive points for and against in the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) conference. The Gees have shot the …

Loss comes after a six goal deficit in the first period Before the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees Men’s hockey game against the Carleton Ravens started on Friday, Dec. 1, the Ontario University Athletics website erroneously listed the match as a baseball game. Although unintentional, the mistake ended up being somewhat appropriate, as Friday’s game was …

A shootout was needed for the Gees to secure their seventh win The University of Ottawa Men’s hockey team took to the ice on Nov. 23 to face off against western division opponent the Ryerson University Rams in  Ontario University Athletics (OUA) conference play. The Garnet and Grey were looking to improve on their 6-4-2 …

Tensions rise as rival hockey teams clash at TD place Over 2,000 fans packed the TD Place arena on Friday, Nov. 17 to see the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees defeat their cross-town arch-rivals, the Carleton Ravens, by a final score of 4-3, with many students from both schools coming to show their support. Many considered …

Jean-Louis comes up big off the bench with 16 points to pace Gees The University of Ottawa Men’s basketball team took to home court following a 74-53 loss to cross-town nemesis the Carleton Ravens at the Raven’s nest, a result Gee-Gees fans have come accustomed to hearing. But the Gees were looking to respond at …

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