As thousands of fans packed into Gee-Gees Field, the team prepared to live up to the hype after an entire offseason of work. The tunnel inflated and smoke machines billowed as Jay Z & Kanye West’s ominous “No Church in the Wild” blared, leading the Gees onto the field. It was only a matter of minutes until the team would impose their will on the Gaels.

“I think it affected me a lot more on a personal level than it did the rest of the team,” she said. “Since I’ve been around for five years and every year we haven’t lost until now, and it being my last year playing against them, it was disappointing to have experienced that.”

The Gee-Gees spurred their hooves against Queen’s, Guelph, Waterloo, and Western on Nov. 16–17 in the Stratten divisional championship in Guelph. Although they only ranked third overall, their performance was exceptionally strong.

The ever-competitive Gee-Gees women’s volleyball team began its season with two victories this weekend, against Queen’s University on Oct. 25 and Royal Military College (RMC) on Oct. 27.

THERE IS NO rest for the weary athlete. While most students were relaxing at home during reading week, the women’s volleyball team (13-5 regular season, 2-1 playoffs) made it to the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) Final Four. The Gees made it all the way to the gold medal-match where they claimed silver and proved  they …

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 …