We will take them on the bookshelves, we will take them on the hockey rink.
Sarah Ali-Khan has become the first McGill University-trained athlete — male or female — to be carded by the Athlete Assistance Program of Athletics Canada.
After backstopping Canada to Olympic gold in 2006, what's left for Martlet goaltender Charline Labonté? Winning a national title, of course.
C'est un sport de grâce, de synchronisme, de coordination, sans oublier bien sûr les heures d'entraînement intense. Pour les bûcheronnes et bûcherons de McGill, il n'est pas question de vivredans l'ombre des équipes sportives mieux connues.
Jack Jedwab proves that a passion for hockey is not dead in this country, at least not in his class on sports in Canada.
Redmen point guard Denburk Reid talks about his basketball career at McGill.
This edition's roundup of McGill headliners features docs, jocks and post-traumatic shocks.
Two of McGill's top administrators, Robert Rabinovitch and Heather Munroe-Blum, have been invited to take part in the pomp and pageantry of the world's biggest amateur sporting event — right here in Montreal.
As more than 7,000 athletes gather in Colorado this week for the North American Indigenous Games, McGill's Waneek Horn-Miller, the most decorated athlete at the games and one of the world's best water polo players, describes how she could easily have called it quits after she was stabbed in the chest during the 1990 Oka standoff.
McGill Martlets beat Ottawa 35-14 to win QSSF championship; Redmen shell Sherbrooke 61-7 in semifinal.