Squash (W) news
Free admission is being offered to anyone who brings a non-perishable food item to any McGill basketball, hockey or volleyball home game this weekend. This kicks of a two-day food drive for the Sun Youth Community Centre, an annual initiative of the McGill Varsity Council, a group that represents all varsity athletes on campus.
The Queen's Gaels knocked off the defending champion Mustangs 4-2 for the OUA banner at the OUA championships, Saturday, hosted by the University of Waterloo at the Northfield Racquet Club.
Two members of the McGill women's squash team have earned OUA all-conference honours in voting conducted by the league's coaches. Carly Hong of Toronto was one of six players voted to the first all-star squad while teammate Nora Hutchinson, of Montreal, earned a berth on the second-team.
Four member of the McGill squash teams are among the 2008-09 squash all-stars announced by Ontario University Athletics, Thursday. On the women's side, Carly Hong and Elizabeth France made the first team. For the men, Ben Marien was named to the first team, while Aadam Tejpar earned second-team honours.
HAMILTON, Ont. – McGill has qualified for the OUA squash championship tournament in both the men's and women's divisions, slated for Saturday, Feb. 14, at The Jesters Club in Hamilton. The Redmen posted a 4-2 record in the regular season and are led by returning all-star Ben Marien of Westmount, Que. The Martlets went 2-2 and are led by returning all-star Carly Hong from Toronto.