The first-ranked men’s team dominated and won 3-0 on Friday and 3-0 on Saturday. The women had their losing streak extended after losing 3-1 on Friday and 3-1 on Saturday.
The Bisons fell 79-68 to the Bobcats on Friday night; Brandon picked up where they left off and defeated the Bisons 92-77 on Saturday night.
This past weekend, the University of Manitoba played host to the eighth annual Bison Classic track and field meet, at the James Daly Fieldhouse.
The Bisons fell 5-3 on Friday night, but shutout the Huskies 4-0 on Saturday.
The Bisons blanked the Huskies 3-0 on Friday and won the rematch 3-1 on Saturday.
Brett Stovin talks about how the men’s hockey season has turned around, his personal play this season, and cutting his hair for cancer on Feb. 9.
Former players from the WHL, the OHL, and the QMJHL are coming together to take on their governing body, the Canadian Hockey League (CHL).
Geoff Gray has been a key member in the Bison offensive line this past season, so much so that he is currently ranked fifth by the CFL Scouting Bureau for the 2017 draft.
Manitoba made it eight after winning 86-85 on Friday and 77-68 on Saturday.
The men won handily, not dropping a single set all weekend to bring their current win streak to 16. The women lost 3-1 on Friday and 3-0 on Saturday; they have now lost six in a row.