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Hockey: Back from the Dead?

By Jeff Lewis

Hockey’s future as an OCAA sport is at issue again. Darkness isn’t creeping across the land, but for some, the game’s witching hour is at hand. (more)

Tumbling Down

By Jackson Hayes

With the close of the 2007-2008 season, the record keepers at the OCAA have their work cut out keeping track of one of the most successful years in recent memory. Two of the brightest stars that ruled the ranks might also have pro careers on the horizon. (read)

Is This your Ride?

By Jordana Stier

In a 15-passenger Ford van, seven high school students and their coach’s wife were killed while driving home from a basketball game in Bathurst, N.B., on Jan. 12. When the news first broke, Canadore College athletic director Linda Turcotte was watching TV with a friend. (more)

Been there, done that

By Patrick Soltysiak

A profile of Seneca's Bob McArthur. (read)


Pushing through the pain

By David Hamilton

Georgian’s Karen Ng, 22, went promptly to the locker room after winning the OCAA provincial singles womens’ Badminton title.

“She’s icing her back after every game,” said Georgian head coach David Wesley.

“Last Sunday she was in an accident with an 18-wheeler,” he said. “She was lucky. I mean very lucky.” (more)


Dynasty Building 101

By Patrick Soltysiak

When Seneca’s rugby coach, Bob McArthur, first started at the college nine years ago, only 22 players showed up for the tryout. Two seasons later, he was hoisting the OCAA championship trophy over his head – the first of five in a row. (more)