The University of Manitoba women’s Bisons hockey club is off to the U SPORTS national finals after swatting the Concordia University Stingers 2-1 in a semi-final shootout Saturday.
Following their lopsided wins Friday night, the University of Manitoba Bisons and Concordia University Stingers will collide Saturday night for a berth in the U SPORTS National Championship final.
The Concordia University Stingers took the St. Francis-Xavier X-Women to task with a 8-1 win Friday night.
With two days of practice in the books, the No. 1 seeded University of Manitoba Bisons and No. 8 seeded Queen’s University Gaels came together for their quarter final match at the U SPORTS National Championship.
On the opening day of the U SPORTS Women’s Hockey National Championships, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies upset the Saint Mary’s University Huskies 3-2. Meanwhile, the University of Western Ontario, who hosted the championships, soundly beat the University of Montreal Carabins 4-0.
In his fourteenth season behind the University of Manitoba Bisons bench, head coach Jon Rempel has been named U SPORTS Women’s Hockey Coach of the Year.
For University of Saskatchewan Huskies goaltender Jessica Vance, the U SPORTS National Championship represents some unfinished business.
For graduating Bison forward Alana Serhan, going out on top will be the perfect cap on her collegiate career.
Tucked in the basement of the Helen Glass Centre for Nursing is the University of Manitoba League of Legends Student Group (ULoL). The group is part of a sports revolution that is sweeping across the globe, and they want you to know about it.
It has been a banner season for the University of Manitoba Bison women’s hockey team, a berth at nationals and a Canada West Championship, and for Venla Hovi, the year has meant even more.