The McGill University women's soccer team opened their 61st season with a scoreless draw in exhibition play against the Ottawa Gee-Gees in the nation's capital, Monday. The Martlets have less than 24 hours to prepare for their own home opener as they will host the University of Windsor Lancers at Molson Stadium, Tuesday. Kickoff is 7 p.m.
Reggie Spencer of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, scored 14 points as the NCAA's Northeastern University Huskies defeated McGill 80-66 in men's basketball at Love Competition Hall, Sunday. Two other Huskies reached double figures in scoring, with Joel Smith notching 11 points and Quincy Ford collecting 10. Nicolas Langley, a senior from Golden, B.C., tallied 14 for the Redmen, who opened their 112th seaso
Brandi Brown of Pomona, Calif., scored a game-high 25 points and pulled down seven rebounds as the Youngstown State Penguins outgunned McGill 71-54 in women's basketball before 150 at Love Competition Hall, Friday. It marked the earliest season opener ever for the undermanned Martlets, the defending Quebec conference champions who are in their 91st season and only dressed 10 players.
The college basketball season gets an early start this weekend, when McGill plays host to a number of NCAA teams. In women's hoops, the Martlets will open their 91st season by hosting Youngstown State on Friday. In men's action, the Redmen open their 112th campaign by hosting Northeastern on Sunday and the University of Nevada at Las Vegas (UNLV) Runnin' Rebels on Tuesday.