This past season, the two local products helped lead the herd back to nationals for the first time since 1985.
Bison athlete profile
Dobie and Klassen have been an integral part of the Bison women’s volleyball program for the last five years.
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.
Despite interest in a number of other sports as a child, the six-foot-seven freshman is following in his father’s footsteps, and still playing basketball today.
Keen is in the midst of a whirlwind season of her own, she is currently third in Canada West scoring with 17 points in 16 games.
A new feature for the sports section, the Manitoban sits down with Bison men’s hockey forward Brett Stovin and talks about various topics relating to their season.
If you head over to the soccer fields at the U of M when the Bisons women’s soccer team is playing – which you should,…
As the University of Manitoba Bisons women’s hockey team geared up for their series against the Saskatchewan Huskies on the road last weekend, one player…
The University of Manitoba Bisons track and field team has made strides over the past few seasons and with a strong roster for both the women and men beginning to come into form, the sky is the limit. Below are the stories of a handful of Bison athletes as they aim for big things in 2016.
Stony Mountain is a small community 16 kilometres north of Winnipeg with a population of approximately 1,700 people. It’s home to NHL Hall of Famer Babe Pratt – a six-foot-three defenseman who applied his trade in the NHL in the 1930s and 40s. Stony Mountain is also where 21-year-old Canada West rookie phenom Brett Stovin honed his gifts as a hockey player.