It’s the end of an era for the Blue Jays. José Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion declined their qualifying offers and elected to go to free agency. It
Geoff Gray has been named the Canada West Outstanding Down Lineman of the Year, making him a finalist for the J.P. Metras trophy which is given to the best down lineman in all of Canada.
This weekend, the Bison volleyball teams headed out to Kelowna to play a pair of games against the UBC Okanagan Heat.
Fewer still likely knew that it was their second in five years.
After a stalemate that lasted months, Jacob Trouba will once again suit up for the Winnipeg Jets.
On Saturday afternoon at the Wayne Fleming arena, the Bisons and Pronghorns did battle again, this time with the herd coming out on top with a 6-4 victory to split the weekend series.
On Saturday, the Bisons men’s basketball team lost to the Thompson River’s Wolf Pack by a score of 77-72. With the loss the herd drop to 2-2, and the Wolf Pack improve to 1-3 in early conference play.
On Saturday, the Bison women’s basketball team won their first game of the season and defeated the Thompson Rivers Wolf Pack 70-53.
On Friday, the University of Manitoba men’s basketball team defeated the Thompson Rivers Wolf Pack 90-68 in their home opener.
The Bisons outshot the Pronghorns 32-24 but were unable to get enough past Garret Hughson, who was dynamite for the Pronghorns in goal.