Now back home, skip Mackenzie Zacharias, second Emily Zacharias, third Karlee Burgess and lead Lauren Lenentine, are all back at the U of M resuming studies and able to reflect on the experience.
All that glitters is gold, especially for Kelsey Wog of the University of Manitoba Bisons women’s swimming team. The Winnipeg-born swimmer brought home a haul…
After a historic season, the Bisons looked poised to challenge for a national championship. Instead, the club made it as far as the Canada West playoff semifinals and came home heartbroken.
While the men looked to lock down a bye to the second round, the women had to win to clinch a spot in the dance.
With playoffs out of reach, the U of M Bisons women’s hockey team looked to make a statement in its season finale against the University of Alberta Pandas.
At a press conference Jan. 29, Kim Davis announced he will be stepping down as commissioner of the Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) after 18 years as the league’s top dog.
While the men’s basketball team continued a championship-worthy season with a sweep, the women were swept away at home against the University of Regina Cougars.
Fischer had tested positive for drostanolone — an anabolic steroid similar to testosterone — that is banned under the CADP.
With a big family, every kid gets a chance to play. Such was the case over the weekend as all four Bisons court teams packed IG Athletic Centre for three days of intense action.
All season the argument has been the U of M Bisons women’s hockey team is doing all the things it needs to do right but is just not getting the bounces. However, against the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds there was room for improvement.