The path to Canadian Premier League (CPL) stardom has become clearer. Following the official unveiling of Valour FC, Winnipeg soccer fans were left in the…
Manitoba athletes continue a strong summer for the various Bisons programs, as the U of M swimming and track teams have both earned podium finishes…
The professional sporting landscape in Winnipeg just got a little more crowded. After more than a year of speculation by fans and media, Valour FC…
With a 1-0 victory over the University of Alberta Pandas in the Canada West semifinals Feb. 25, the University of Manitoba Bison women’s hockey booked their ticket to nationals.
With the fire of a national championship win dying down to embers, soft-spoken Erica Rieder of the University of Manitoba Bison women’s hockey team is looking towards a summer of relaxation.
The 2018 U SPORTS National Champions the Bison women’s hockey team cleaned up at the annual Brown and Gold banquet on Saturday.
Bison forwards Alanna Sharman and Alana Serhan made Manitoba proud early in the U SPORTS National Women’s Hockey Championship.
Next year there will be a hole in the team’s leadership core after Caitlin Fyten played her final games as a Bison at the national championship tournament in London, Ont.
The University of Manitoba Bisons stampeded over the University of Western Ontario Mustangs 2-0 in the U SPORTS Women’s Hockey National gold medal game to win the first national championship in program history.
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.