Lakehead’s men’s hockey, women’s basketball team split weekend games; men’s basketball and women’s volleyball swept By Mike St. Jean Sports Editor ‘Wolves split series against Ryerson Lakehead squared off against the Ryerson Rams at home at the Fort William Gardens this Friday and Saturday in a series where the Thunderwolves had the opportunity to reclaim [...]
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Compiled by Mike St. Jean While we were away The Argus may have been closed for a week, however, Lakehead’s sports teams remained active as the OUA regular season continued. The ‘Wolves men’s hockey team travelled to southern Ontario this weekend, taking on the Brock Badgers and University of Western Ontario Mustangs. The results were [...]
Compiled by Mike St. Jean Seaton competes at Winter Universiade Fifth year Lakehead skier Harry Seaton joined Team Canada in Trento, Italy, as part of the 26th Winter Universiade from December 12th-17th. The bi-annual event featured over 2800 university athletes from 52 different countries competing in various winter sports. Seaton competed in four events: the [...]
‘Wolves hoops squads swept on home opening weekend, hockey and volleyball seasons continue By Mike St. Jean Sports Editor Ravens, Gee Gees spoil basketball home openers After a long string of road trips, the ‘Wolves basketball teams returned home to the Thunderdome this weekend for their OUA regular season home openers against the Carleton [...]
Women’s basketball: Will the added recruits push the ‘Wolves to the promise land? By Japhe Albu Contributor The weather is starting to turn cold, which means the basketball season is coming off the back burner. Last year’s women’s basketball team saw Carolyn Fragale being named a Second Team OUA All-Star, and Kelsey Bardsley leading the [...]
By Noah Cain Sports Editor Men’s basketball victorious in Winnipeg The men’s basketball team traveled to Winnipeg this holiday season with hopes of challenging the 46th annual Wesmen Classic, hosted by the University of Winnipeg. Competitors included Dikinson St. Blue Hawks (North Dakota), the Brandon Bobcats, the Winnipeg Wesmen, the Mount Royal U Cougars (Calgary, AB), Mayville [...]
The women’s basketball team lost a pair of tough games to the Brock Badgers, 77-70 in overtime on Friday and 78-55 on Saturday.
The Lakehead University Women’s Basketball team headed south of the border last weekend to take on Bemidji State University and Minot State University.
The Lakehead University Women’s Basketball team did not quite get the outcome they were hoping for as they dropped both games in the preseason home opener against the Winnipeg Wesmen , 66-58 on Friday and 74-67 on Saturday.
The Lakehead University women’s Basketball team has added 5 new recruits to their team for the upcoming 2011/2012 season. Karen Sawchuk, Erika French, Jamie Hutcheson, Alex Riddle, and Laura Cooper will be the new blood suiting up for the Wolves.
The Lakehead Thunderwolves will not be making it to the CIS nationals after a difficult 71-59 loss at the hands of their Western rivals in Windsor on Sunday.
The Thunderwolves women’s basketball team won both their road games this weekend, defeating Waterloo 73-59 Friday night, and 76-59 on Saturday night. Despite the score, Coach Kreiner was less than pleased with his team’s showing on defense Friday night.
The Thunderdome was flooded with a sea of pink Friday night as Lakehead put on its annual Think Pink benefit for breast cancer research in Northwestern Ontario. Unfortunately the Lady ‘Wolves were unable to pull off a victory Friday or Saturday night, losing the Windsor Lancers 71-60 and 67-31.
Lakehead added two wins to their record, improving to 9–4 and 4th place in the OUA West by defeating McMaster this weekend.
Lakehead’s women’s basketball team started the weekend off with a blowout. The Thunderwolves met the RMC Paladins Friday night and came away with a 73-29 victory.
The women’s basketball team faced Laurentian and York back-to-back in their first home games of the season this weekend. The Thunderwolves did not disappoint in sending both teams home with a loss.
The Thunderwolves were singing the varsity blues Friday night, as the University of Toronto spoiled their home opener with an 87-72 loss.