McGill came away with one gold, a silver and two bronze medals from the OUA rowing championships at St. Catharines, Ont., over the weekend. The women’s crew finished fifth of 12 teams, while the men placed sixth overall.
It was a good day for the McGill University women’s crew but a bad day for the Redmen, as Queen’s won six of eight races at the 12th annual McGill-Queen’s Challenge Boat Race at the historic Lachine Canal, Sunday.
McGill freshman Jonathan Rinaldi and junior Brent Hopkins of Montreal finished fourth in the B final of the light men's pair at the Canadian rowing championships, in Welland, Ont., Sunday.
The 12th annual McGill-Queen's Challenge Boat Race is scheduled to be held at the Lachine Canal on Sunday, April 27. It is the Canadian version of England's annual Oxford-Cambridge and the U.S.A.'s annual Harvard-Yale race.
Mathieu Belanger shot a two-round score of 145 as Laval captured the Quebec university men’s golf championship at Les Dunes golf course in Sorel-Tracey, Que., Sept. 27-29.
Centre Guillaume Doucet scored one goal, added a helper and netted the lone decisive marker in a post-overtime shootout as McGill toppled Toronto 5-4 in a men’s OUA hockey game at Varsity Arena, Friday.
Co-captain Eric L’Italien of Ste. Foy, Que., tallied twice and added a pair of assists as the McGill Redmen routed Ryerson 9-2 in OUA men’s university hockey at the George Bell Arena in Toronto Saturday.
Jesse Grespan of Toronto tallied twice and Nathaniel Brooks of Markham, Ont., scored a power play marker and netted the only goal in a post-overtime shootout as visiting York edged McGill 4-3 in men’s university hockey, Friday.
A McGill University foursome sits 16th overall with a combined 24-over par score of 309 after Day 1 of the Canadian University and College Golf Championships at Cordova Bay Golf Course in Victoria, B.C. The University of British Columbia leads the team competition with a 9-under par 275.
The McGill Redmen remained 16th of 20 teams overall after two rounds at the Royal Canadian Golf Association collegiate championships, at the Cordova Bay course in Victoria, B.C.
The McGill University golf team failed to make the cut and shot a combined 38-over par score of 322 to finish 19th of 20 teams overall at the Canadian collegiate championships at Cordova Bay Golf Course in Victoria, B.C., Thursday.
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