Gamal Assaad has always been one to embrace competition and learn from experience. The Western University sophomore has already begun making his mark on the national swimming scene, having competed for Canada at last year’s Commonwealth Games as well as the Pan Pacific Championships. Now he’s looking to qualify for the Pan American Games in […]
Santo Condorelli became the new national champion in the Men’s 50 metre butterfly on day one of the 2015 Canadian Swim Trials Wednesday night. The gold medalist finished in a time of 23.80, with Gamal Assaad took the silver (24.60), and Ben Berg won the bronze (24.73). This event was not a qualifier for the […]
A clip from my interview with Ryerson head coach Mirek Porosa The better team won. It’s that simple. And for Ryerson, it’s a pedigree that they’re trying to attain as their men’s volleyball team continues to rebuild. After a three-win season last year, it shouldn’t be surprising that the Rams failed to defeat last year’s […]
When Michael Prempeh spots a familiar face from his playing days in the Ontario Varsity Football League (OVFL), fond memories spring to the surface.
The fourth-year receiver for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues nostalgically recollects those childhood experiences with fellow OVFL alumni, now littered throughout Canadian University rosters.
The University of Toronto Varsity Blues are teetering on the playoff bubble heading into their final two games of the 2011 football season.
At 2-4, the Blues sit in seventh place in OUA standings, one win behind Laurier, which currently occupies the sixth, and final playoff spot up for grabs.
The University of Toronto Blues will try to equal the number of wins they had a year ago when they take on McMaster University Thursday night in Hamilton.