All articles page 29

Bison Briefs

Basketball and men’s hockey

Basketball After getting swept at home by Victoria, the University of Manitoba Bison men’s basketball team headed to Alberta looking to recapture their winning ways. They started off on the right foot Friday, with a come from behind win, but Manitoba couldn’t carry the momentum in Saturday’s rematch. Friday’s game saw four Bisons hit double […]

Read more »

Memorial3_RGB_Photo by Shawn Coates

Young guns get it done

Rookies help sweep away Cougars

The University of Manitoba Bisons continued their push for top spot in the Canada West this weekend, nearly tying the University of Alberta for the conference lead. This weekend’s unfortunate victims of Manitoba’s rise to the top were the University of Regina Cougars. Leading the way for the Bisons this weekend were two rookie top […]

Read more »

MensVolleyball_RGB_Photo by Lauren Siddall

Saturday night sweep

Volleyball splits weekend series against top-ranked Alberta

Women Coming off a win that saw their head coach Ken Bentley pick up career win number 1,000, the University of Manitoba Bisons hosted the nation’s top-ranked team at the University of Alberta over the weekend. The double header carried with it serious playoff implications for the national champions who are currently fighting forseventh in […]

Read more »

Coombs_RGB_Photo by David Lipnowski for Bison Sports

The present and the future

Bison football players on the rise in the CFL

The 2014 CFL season was a year of progression for the University of Manitoba Bison football program. Nine former members of the herd found themselves on CFL rosters, signifying a trend in the right direction. Led by former safety Teague Sherman, Manitoba has bred a number of promising products, and that number looks to increase […]

Read more »

MensVolleyball2(Cover?)_RGB_Photo by Lauren Siddall

A band of brothers

Men’s volleyball team has long-term connection

If you were to look at the University of Manitoba men’s volleyball team roster, one thing would likely stand out – the local connection. “I think that’s something that makes U of M a really unique kind of environment to play volleyball especially,” co-captain and left side hitter Adam DeJonckheere said. “I think we have […]

Read more »

Manitoba Bison Mens Basketball Stephan Walton G (1)

Playing with fire

Men’s basketball swept by streaking Huskies

The University of Manitoba Bison men’s basketball team ran into one of the hottest teams in the Canada West this past weekend, falling in two tightly contested matchups against the Saskatchewan Huskies. The visitors came to town on a four-game winning streak, and still haven’t lost since returning from winter break. Getting to the free […]

Read more »

Manitoba Bison Mens Hockey Channing Bresciani Defence (2)

Energizer Bisons

Manitoba outlasts Saskatchewan

In their last home stand of the 2014-15 regular season, the University of Manitoba Bisons swept the Saskatchewan Huskies. Manitoba outlasted Saskatchewan Friday night, netting the game-winner in a 2-1 double overtime win. The Bisons showed no signs of wearing down Saturday night, putting together an energetic 6-2 win over the Huskies on senior night. […]

Read more »


Bison Briefs

Volleyball and women’s hockey

Women’s volleyball Fighting to return to the post-season, the Bisons overcame a tough 3-1 loss against Saskatchewan Friday night to earn a weekend split, winning Saturday night in three straight sets (25-19, 25-17, 25-22). Saturday’s win gave the Bisons critical points as they battle to hold onto the final playoff spot in the conference. The […]

Read more »


Charity on campus

A look at some of the work being done by U of M students

The university is a hive of activity, and students and staff at the University of Manitoba seem particularly generous in their time and finances. Amongst the various student groups, unions, faculties, and departments on campus there are dozens—perhaps hundreds—of charitable projects and efforts worthy of profiling. This article looks at only a few of the […]

Read more »


Entering the gates of Hell-ebuyck

IceCaps goaltender proving invaluable in Jets pipeline

The 2014-15 season is proving to be an impressive campaign for Winnipeg Jets goaltenders. Starter Ondrej Pavelec’s form has reached commendable heights through the first half, posting the best numbers in his career. Michael Hutchinson has been giving Pavelec a run for the starter’s job and is arguably the better of the two goaltenders, ranking […]

Read more »