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“He is already a part of our Gee-Gees family. He brings what we wanted – strong leadership, great communications skills, and the ability to rally and unite the many stakeholders that form a large program like football. We are excited for the future,” said Sue Hylland director of Varsity Athletics

A football helmet in the Gee-Gees football teams locker room

A tour through the new Gee-Gees Field and facility on Lees campus Photo Credit: Marta Kierkus For more than 100 years the University of Ottawa’s football team didn’t have a stadium to call home on campus, but that changed last year when the brand new Gee-Gees Field opened on Lees campus. After a season of …