The Gees defeated the University of Cape Breton Capers 3-1 during this afternoon’s quarterfinal game.
“We’ve been preparing for this since last year, so it is an amazing feeling knowing that we have a chance to go back to nationals.”
Sunday’s cold, wet weather didn’t seem to put a damper on the Gee-Gees’ spirit.
Fill in the blank: My teammates would say I am the most likely to _______________.
Ruin a serious moment.
Last weekend’s highly successful doubleheader against the Ryerson University Rams and the University of Toronto Varsity Blues brought the Gee-Gee’s to the number one spot in Ontario University Athletics (OUA), but the Gee’s had a tough time maintaining their reign after taking on the Nipissing University Lakers and the Laurentian University Voyageurs.
Men’s soccer team funds charitable campaign with tournament proceeds The University of Ottawa Gee- Gees’ men’s soccer team recently capped off their 10th year as a competitive club, and head coach Dave Piccini feels this year’s sea- son has been a great success. “In the last two years, we’ve really taken a step forward with …
U of O women’s soccer team loses valiantly to Golden Gaels in first place match FANS HAD NO idea what they were in for when they started trickling into the stands at Matt Anthony Field on a cold Wednesday night. They sat with anticipation while they watched the goals rack up in what was supposed …