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In a very competitive division, Gees need to be better to compete The University of Ottawa Women’s volleyball team has started their year with a modest 3-6 record in the Réseau du sports étudiant du Québec (RSÉQ). Their quest to get back to the playoffs after missing last year’s elimination round will not be easy …

Veteran Jen Crowe paces Gees with 12 points in strong performance The University of Ottawa Women’s basketball team took on the University of Western Ontario in a rare morning game at Montpetit hall on Nov. 17. The Gees were trying to respond after getting blown out by Carleton in the Bytown classic, which has been …

Despite taking a big victory in the home opener, Sparks is looking for more consistent play from his team going forward. “The reality is that our compete level is not high enough,” said Sparks. “We’re way too up and down to compete with the best teams in the country.”

Women’s squad avenges last year’s defeat with historic victory The University of Ottawa Women’s rugby team took on fellow Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) rival l’Université de Laval Rouge et Or in the U Sports National Championship game on Nov. 5. The big game was not unfamiliar territory for the Gee-Gees as they …

“We changed around a lot of things in the second half, I think it started to switch the momentum in our favour, and it was an exciting finish.” – Steven Johnson

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 …

Here to help you out whatever your need may be Bike Co-op The SFUO’s mandate to make education accessible for all starts with being able to get to school—and one of the cheapest ways to get around in Ottawa is to bike. Born out of a referendum in 2010, the Bike Co-op saw a stellar …

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