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Is there anything Jordan Henry can’t do? Second-year sensation Jordan Henry is a do-it-all basketball connoisseur
Jan16

Is there anything Jordan Henry can’t do? Second-year sensation Jordan Henry is a do-it-all basketball connoisseur

Photos by Sachi Chan / Contributor  If you’ve been following the men’s basketball team this year, you’ll know they’ve been on a hot streak so far with a winning percentage of .750. This can in large part be attributed to Jordan Henry’s monstrous season so far. Henry’s second-year leap resembles that of Luka Dončić’s, the latter going from All-Rookie player in the National Basketball Association and the former going from All-Rookie in...

No days off Even over the break, the women’s volleyball team was working hard playing games and signing recruits
Jan09

No days off Even over the break, the women’s volleyball team was working hard playing games and signing recruits

Photo by Matty Flader / Photo Reporter While most of us got some well-deserved rest over the break, the women’s volleyball team was hard at work. Not only did they play games, but they signed yet another top recruit. The Marauders signed Hayley Brookes in early December. Brookes comes from the Halton Hurricanes, a club team in Burlington. The Hurricanes have won consecutive national championships, and the team consistently churns out...

Nothing stopping the football team next year The men’s football team’s season didn’t end the way they had hoped, but they have a lot to look forward to
Nov28

Nothing stopping the football team next year The men’s football team’s season didn’t end the way they had hoped, but they have a lot to look forward to

Photo C/O David Moll On Nov. 16, the University of Calgary Dinos crushed the Marauders’ Vanier Cup aspirations in a crushing 30-17 loss. However, all hope is not lost. This was quarterback Andreas Dueck’s first full year as a starter and the fact that he was able to lead the team this far is a promising sign for the future. While the Marauders will lose some key pieces to their team next year, they may be able to tap into the skills...

Lights out defence at TD stadium The Marauders handed the Mustangs their first loss this year, winning the 2019 Yates Cup
Nov14

Lights out defence at TD stadium The Marauders handed the Mustangs their first loss this year, winning the 2019 Yates Cup

Photo C/O Brandon Vandecaveye / Western Mustangs On Nov. 9, the McMaster Marauders beat the Western Mustangs 29-15. This marks the eighth Yates Cup win in school history and will hopefully lead to the fifth Vanier Cup appearance for McMaster, although the Marauders will have to get through the University of Calgary Dinos first.  Although it was a big win for the school, we wish a speedy and full recovery for Mustangs’ quarterback...

A pair of quarterfinals exits It was a tough exit for the soccer program, but the past weekend wasn’t all doom and gloom
Nov07

A pair of quarterfinals exits It was a tough exit for the soccer program, but the past weekend wasn’t all doom and gloom

Photo by Mike Marasco/ Contributor Both the men’s and women’s soccer teams faced ended their seasons after facing tough opponents at the Ontario University Athletics quarterfinals, losing a chance to move one step closer to the finals.  The men’s team had a tough bout with one of the OUAs top teams, the York University Lions, where they lost 1-4. The women’s team lost to the Western University Mustangs, going scoreless while Western...