Sports & Health

Waterloo Warriors end season disappointed despite solid efforts

Recapping the Waterloo Warriors men's and women's basketball seasons.

Tennis player nets Rookie of the Year

John Chan discusses his OUA Rookie of the Year honours with Imprint.

Starting from the ground up

Last season saw the women’s hockey team lose in the first round of the playoffs to the first place Laurier Golden Hawks. This season, competition...

Warriors’ hockey season ends off ice

Even with high expectations, the Waterloo men’s hockey team was unable to make playoffs this year, ending the season in ninth, just ahead of...

Running all over the record book

Waterloo athletes travel to Alberta for the CIS championships to compete in relay and pentathlon events.

Warriors secure UW’s third straight bronze

Three Waterloo badminton players make it to the final rounds at the OUA badminton championships.

Sports shorts

A university goalie suits up for the Oilers, U Ottawa suspends their men's hockey over serious misconduct allegations, and Carleton's Philip Scrubb first men's basketball player to win MVP three times in a row.

Warriors cast in starring roles

We break down which Warriors took home honours as among the best in Ontario.

Family legacy continues in squash championships

UW siblings Cameron and Natasha Seth each take bronze in the Canadian University and College Squash Championship.

Pilon’s Gold leads Warriors to CIS Track and Field Championship

Waterloo's own Chantel Pilon takes home gold in the pentathlon during the 2014 Ontario University Athletics track and field championships.
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