Lakehead’s men’s basketball sweeps weekend series; women’s basketball, men’s hockey, women’s volleyball split By Mike St. Jean Sports Editor Men’s hoops sweep Brock The Thunderwolves men’s basketball team hit the road this past weekend, taking on the Brock Badgers in a pair of games in Saint Catharines on Friday and Saturday. The games held added [...]
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Compiled by Mike St. Jean Thiel, Quarrel capture Bronze The Thunderwolves track team travelled to the Northwest Open at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis on January 20th to compete in an event that featured a contingent of athletes from 15 different schools. Lakehead’s team was led by a pair of third place finishes from [...]
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 [...]
Kate Beaulieu The Lakehead Women’s Volleyball team hosted the York Lions for — LU hoped — an exciting home opener. Unfortunately, the game did not go as planned. In a gym full of 80s themed volleyball enthusiasts, LU lost three straight sets to the Lions – 25-20, 25-14, and 25-17. The ‘Wolves made some beautiful [...]
The Lakehead University Women’s Volleyball team dropped two matches against the Guelph Gryphons last weekend, losing 3-0 on Friday (25-20, 25-15, 25-17) and 3-0 on Saturday (25-22, 25-17, 22-15).
The Lakehead University women’s volleyball team fell to the Toronto Varsity Blues twice this weekend – 3-1 on Friday and 3-0 on Saturday.
Chris Kowlessar Sports Editor The Lakehead University women’s volleyball team made their way to UW-Superior last weekend to test their skills in the Stinger Classic Tournament. On Friday, the ‘Wolves had their first games of the tournament against several teams from Minnesota. The girls started the tournament off well, taking the opening set against Bethel [...]
The Lakehead University Women’s Volleyball team hit the road to Winnipeg for a tournament this past weekend.
The Wolves continued to push their opponents this weekend, forcing the Gee-Gee’s to a five-set game on Friday night. Lakehead battled hard, but couldn’t pull off the win.
The Thunderwolves were finally rewarded for their efforts Saturday night. The Wolves have had five matches this year go to five full sets without any of them resulting in a win.
The Women’s volleyball team was deserving of a better result this weekend as they battled hard in both their match-ups, but they were unable to walk away with any wins. Lakehead’s squad is still relatively young, and has been showing signs of improvement. They never gave up on the ball this weekend, often sacrificing the body by diving to the hard court to make a play.
The Wolves dropped both games against York this weekend, losing 3-2 on Friday night and 1-3 Saturday night. They also play Sunday against the Brock Badgers. I predict the Wolves walk away with a win on that one.