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Basketball is back Both Marauders teams win their home openers of the 2018-2019 season
Oct26

Basketball is back Both Marauders teams win their home openers of the 2018-2019 season

Photo from Silhouette Photo Archives Women’s Basketball Regular season basketball has returned to McMaster and as usual, things are looking good. After a successful campaign last season, the McMaster women’s team clinched their spot in the U Sports tournament, but unfortunately lost in the first round. Since then, the team has regrouped, added a few new faces and are ready to go all the way. The University of Waterloo Warriors stood...

QB Andreas Dueck’s impact on Mac football’s run to the playoffs Andreas Dueck’s second year as a Marauder, first year as a starter and everything in between
Oct25

QB Andreas Dueck’s impact on Mac football’s run to the playoffs Andreas Dueck’s second year as a Marauder, first year as a starter and everything in between

Photo C/O Rick Zazulak When Andreas Dueck arrived at McMaster University last year, he arrived ready to fight for his spot. With the departure of former starting quarterback Asher Hastings, the team was looking for the next young player to step up to the plate. After going back and forth competing for the starting position with Dylan Astrom, the role was given to fellow newcomer Jackson White. White led the Marauders for the rest of...

Sara Svoboda’s time as a Marauder ends with a rugby Bronze Sara Svoboda reflects on her past five years with the McMaster women’s rugby team as the team captures another Bronze Medal
Oct25

Sara Svoboda’s time as a Marauder ends with a rugby Bronze Sara Svoboda reflects on her past five years with the McMaster women’s rugby team as the team captures another Bronze Medal

Photos by Catherine Goce By Adriana Skaljin Sara Svoboda has been playing for the McMaster women’s rugby team for the past five years, and has reached the end of her university career. While playing for the rugby team, off the field, Svoboda has been busy completing a degree in Kinesiology, a subject that has been helpful for her even outside of the classroom. “Kinesiology teaches you about the importance of cognitive and physical...

McMaster men’s soccer end inconsistent season on a high note As the men’s soccer team heads into the playoffs following a season filled with inconsistency, the team still looks primed to make a deep playoff run
Oct25

McMaster men’s soccer end inconsistent season on a high note As the men’s soccer team heads into the playoffs following a season filled with inconsistency, the team still looks primed to make a deep playoff run

Photo by Kyle West By Lucas Uggenti A regular season that saw many highs and lows for the McMaster men’s soccer team is nearing an end, concluding yet another mediocre year in which the talented group finished third in their conference. This has grown to become a bit of a disappointment as the group has set expectations much higher than where they finished. For a second-straight year, McMaster has finished third, a few points out of...

Priti Gujadhur’s final set as a Marauder Fifth-year tennis player Priti Gujadhur reflects on her time as a Marauder as the OUA season comes to a close
Oct18

Priti Gujadhur’s final set as a Marauder Fifth-year tennis player Priti Gujadhur reflects on her time as a Marauder as the OUA season comes to a close

Photos C/O Martin Bazyl McMaster University’s tennis teams wrapped up their Ontario University Athletics season at the beginning of the Reading Week. After a hard fought battle, both the men’s and the women’s teams finished in fourth place. In the bronze medal match, the men’s team lost to the York University Lions 7-0, while the women lost to the Lions  6-1. For fifth-year women’s team member Priti Gujadhur, getting to this point has...

Women’s soccer flying high heading into the home stretch As a strong regular season draws to a close, the women’s soccer team hopes to learn from where they fell short as they prepare for a post-season run
Oct18

Women’s soccer flying high heading into the home stretch As a strong regular season draws to a close, the women’s soccer team hopes to learn from where they fell short as they prepare for a post-season run

Photo C/O McMaster Athletics By Adriana Skaljin The McMaster women’s soccer team started off their 2018 campaign strong, and throughout the season, proved that they have become even stronger towards the end of it. “This team has a lot of talent, so it is nice to see it translated into results,” said team captain Stephanie Roberts. Going into their last two games of the regular season, the Marauders sit with a record of...