In his time with the McGill Redmen, Jean-Philippe Darche was described as having cunning awareness, and was seen as a team leader and a dominant force. While many college stars make no impact at all in professional football, Darche has gone on to become a respected pro in the National Football League.
He's brash. He's outspoken. He's controversial. He's Richard Pound, the man most feared by athletes juiced up on drugs.
McGill Martlets win Quebec university soccer championship with 3-0 shutout over Montreal Carabins.
Redmen goalie Mathieu Poitras gets invited to try out for the NHL's Anaheim Ducks.
A group led by MUHC health care professionals and friends is cycling from the Montreal Children's Hospital (MCH) to London, Ontario, the site of the 2005 World Transplant Games.
As long as there have been sports there have been cheaters. It is McGill Chancellor Dick Pound's job to stop them — at least at the level of the Olympics — as head of the World Anti-Doping Authority.
McGill students and graduates are on their way to Athens to compete in the Olympics.
A McGill contingent gears up to participate in the world's first Outgames, the biggest sporting event to hit our fair city since the 1976 Olympics.
McGill raised the Peerless Cup as the first ever Canadian MBA soccer champions when they beat Molson (Concordia) on penalties (6-5) after a tightly contested match that saw both teams goalless after regulation time. In the 3rd place final, Rotman (University of Toronto) beat HEC on penalties after tying 1-1 in regulation time.
Over the course of a career that has spanned three decades, sports information officer Earl Zukerman has reported on McGill's greatest sports moments.