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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...

What the Marauders were up to this reading week Not everybody was on a break during reading week, so here’s what you may have missed in Mac sports
Oct18

What the Marauders were up to this reading week Not everybody was on a break during reading week, so here’s what you may have missed in Mac sports

Photo by Kyle West While many of us were “studying” (it’s fine if you didn’t study, no judgement here) this past reading week, many McMaster athletes were busy competing in their last few regular season games. Here are four key things you may have missed during the reading week. 1. The Mac women’s rugby team started their reading week off on fire, defeating the Wilfred Laurier University Golden Hawks 109-0 in their Ontario University...

Carlo DiFeo’s journey to Mac soccer Profiling McMaster’s men’s soccer team third-year starter Carlo DiFeo and what led him to a spot on the Marauders
Sep27

Carlo DiFeo’s journey to Mac soccer Profiling McMaster’s men’s soccer team third-year starter Carlo DiFeo and what led him to a spot on the Marauders

Photo from Silhouette Photo Archives By Lucas Uggenti Challenge. That’s just another word in the dictionary for McMaster men’s soccer team’s Carlo DiFeo, as he has proven on numerous occasions throughout his soccer career that overcoming challenges is exactly what it takes to achieve greatness. Although most things come naturally for DiFeo on the pitch, he has never been one to shy away from competition and continues to train every...

Loving the sport and the team An inside look at the family-oriented dynamic of the McMaster women’s soccer team
Sep27

Loving the sport and the team An inside look at the family-oriented dynamic of the McMaster women’s soccer team

Photos by Kyle West By Adriana Skaljin For Claudia Continenza, assistant captain of the women’s soccer team, soccer has shaped her life both on and off of the field. The fourth-year English and History student started playing soccer at the age of three, picking up skating and basketball as well. She eventually took to soccer and realized that it is the sport about which she is most passionate. Continenza started playing for Glanbrook...

What happened at Homecoming, on the field This past weekend as the students of McMaster celebrated Homecoming in various ways, Mac’s student-athletes were busy defending their home turf against rivals
Sep20

What happened at Homecoming, on the field This past weekend as the students of McMaster celebrated Homecoming in various ways, Mac’s student-athletes were busy defending their home turf against rivals

Footage from OUA.tv, GIFs by Jessica Carmichael   Football The main event of the weekend ended in success for the McMaster Marauders as the men’s football team defeated the University of Toronto Varsity Blues 37-3. With quarterback Andreas Dueck starting and playing the entire game and a breakout performance from receiver Tommy Nield, this big win coming off two tough losses is exactly what the Marauders needed before they face their...

A united front After a disappointing end to their 2017 campaign, the men’s soccer team is clicking and ready to take on the best of the OUA
Sep12

A united front After a disappointing end to their 2017 campaign, the men’s soccer team is clicking and ready to take on the best of the OUA

Photo by McMaster Athletics The 2017 Ontario University Athletics Final Four did not go as the Marauders had planned. Ending the season at second place in the OUA West division, the team looked like they had a strong chance at moving on to the national championships. Unfortunately, the trip was never meant to be as Mac struggled in their playoff matches, falling short of bringing home any hardware. The end to the season felt...