women's hockey

The key this year for the Gee-Gees team is to improve their goal scoring as well as number of shots-per-game. Their schedule won’t get easier with regular matchups against the Martlets and Carabins, but that just means they need to prepare themselves as best as they can before the real action starts.

In what can be summed up as a disappointing end to the year—evident in the three-game losing streak—the Gee-Gees are in second last in their division, ranking fourth out of five teams, with Montreal leading the board and the Carleton Ravens in last place.

The Gee-Gees women’s hockey team had to step up their defensive game if they wanted to win their two road games against Concordia University and the University of Montreal on Nov. 15–16.

TORONTO (CUP)—Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) will allow post-secondary schools to give female hockey players full-ride scholarships in an effort to keep more talent at home.

This week, the Fulcrum met up with Carling Nigul-Chown to find out more about the third-year social science student and power forward for the women’s hockey team. The British Columbia native stands at 5’10 with a presence that cannot be missed on the ice, regardless of which team you’re on.

The University of Ottawa women’s hockey team will “pink the rink” as they battle the Carleton Ravens on Nov. 9. The Gee-Gees will don special pink jerseys for the annual Pink The Rink game to raise awareness for breast cancer.

In this week’s issue we have women’s volleyball, men’s hockey, women’s hockey.

The Hightlight Reel covers men’s football in OUA quarterfinals, women’s hockey and Cross-country in the OUA championship this week.

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