A new performance centre that includes an indoor track, a health and well-being area, and multi-purpose field house are among the legacy items that will used for years in Niagara when the Canada Games ends this summer.
Articles by Don Yang
Niagara finished off their successful preseason with a statement 6-3 victory over the Kitchener Rangers at the Meridian Centre in St. Catharines Saturday night.
Early pressure was the key to success for the Niagara College Knights in their 2-1 victory over the Mohawk Mountaineers in Wednesday’s OCAA men’s soccer action.
WELLAND – Sydney Sica believes Niagara College is the team to beat in this year’s OCAA women’s soccer season. After a dominant 5-1 win against the Mohawk Mountaineers Wednesday night at the Youngs Sportsplex that…
Centennial Colts newcomer Shoya Hase faced a challenging scenario Saturday few others in college baseball have experienced, even before the Colts got steamrolled 31-4 by the Humber Hawks. The Japanese pitcher arrived in Canada the…
The Centennial College Colts get outscored 23-2 across their doubleheader against the Fanshawe Falcons, in their first ever home game
Centennial College’s men’s baseball team is looking to build on the first official win in the program’s history when they take the field against Fanshawe and Humber this weekend. The Colts split a doubleheader in…
Garrett Ostepchuk’s positive mindset is helping him prepare for his first Paralympic Games.
Adaptation is not an unfamiliar concept to elite athletes, so when the pandemic began to affect Paralympians representing Team Canada, they did what they always do. They took it in stride.