Wonder goals sends Blues to final four

Nikolay Saveliev stamped University of Toronto Varsity Blues ticket to the OUA final four in spectacular fashion on Sunday afternoon, his glorious free kick eight minutes from time securing a 2-1 quarter-final -victory over Carleton Ravens. The fourth-year student went bar-down from 25 yards after Ravens defender Weber Bourjolly was shown a second yellow card […]

Varsity Blues win ‘ugly’ to earn playoff bye

Ugly. That’s how University of Toronto head coach Anthony Capotosto described his side’s 1-0 victory over the Carleton Ravens on Saturday afternoon, a win which confirmed second spot in the OUA East Division and secured a bye to the second round of the post-season. The Blues are likely to face a quarter-final rematch with Carleton […]

U of T’s MacNaughton enjoying best year in Blue

Four years ago, University of Toronto Varsity Blues soccer captain Lukas MacNaughton had a big decision to make. Born in New York and raised in Belgium, MacNaughton went to high school at the International School of Brussels, but upon graduation he knew he wanted to experience something new. While this season’s leading scorer for the […]

Varsity Blues take it to the last day

Captain Lukas MacNaughton converted two penalties to lead the University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s soccer team to a 4-0 win against the Laurentian Voyageurs (5-7-2) on Sunday, securing a final-day showdown with Carleton for a first round playoff bye. Nikolay Saveliev and Jack Wadden completed the scoring, guiding the Blues (11-2-2) into sole possession […]

Varsity Blues nip Gaels in women’s hockey shootout

Valencia Yordanov made 24 saves and Taylor Day scored the lone goal of the shootout as the University of Toronto Varsity Blues beat the Queen’s University Gaels 2-1 on Friday night in OUA action at Varsity Arena. This was the third straight meeting between U. of T. and Queen’s that ended as a 2-1 final, […]

Kylie Masse is calm on the outside, competitive on the inside

Canadians may not be over-the-top, obnoxiously arrogant athletes, but don’t for a split second believe that means they are not fierce competitors. Kylie Masse may be new to Canadian Interuniversity Sports (CIS) but her competitive racing spirit has not only made her a winner, it will also propel her to bigger and better opportunities such […]