Sports & Health

Sports & Health

Warming up for ice time

The first half of the Waterloo Warriors women’s hockey preseason has gone to plan as the team came away with two victories at home. The...

They lost to who?

The Waterloo Warriors kicked off their 2014 football campaign on Labour Day against the Carleton Ravens. Droves of fans, particularly new Waterloo students, attended...

Opening week doesn’t go as planned for warrior football with loss to McMaster

The Warrior faithful came out in strong numbers for Sept. 6’s game against the McMaster Marauders. Attendance was recorded at 2,265 for Black and...

Men’s baseball clobbers Queens in season-opening doubleheader

The men’s baseball team opened a promising season with a dominant pair of performances against the Queens Gaels Sept. 7. The Warriors took the first...

Warriors rule at rugby with wicked win

The first game of the women’s rugby season started with a bang Sept. 7 against the Brock Badgers. The first three tries of the...

UW appoints new director of athletics and recreation

The University of Waterloo has welcomed longtime Laurier staffer Roly Webster as the new director of athletics and recreation.

Sizeable reinforcements

The men's basketball team is getting bigger, thanks to three new recruits who each top six-foot-four joining the program.

Warriors approve network

The University of Waterloo athletics department launched its Warrior Approved Network July 22 with a simple tweet.

Warrior representation

The Waterloo Warriors have been receiving considerable recognition around the country in a string of recent appointments across multiple sports. From student athletes to staff, Warriors have been noticed in a variety of disciplines and are reaping the rewards.

Warrior brings team Canada Rizzolts

Warrior female athlete of the year Devon Rizzo represented Team Canada at the World University Championship of Golf at the Crans-sur-Sierre club in Crans-Montana, Switzerland this June.
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