Natasha Tersigni

  • Wesmen women ready to slam it

    After last season’s 1-19 record, Diane Scott, the Wesmen women’s volleyball head coach, certainly has her work cut out for her.

  • Let the games begin (and end)

    After three intense weeks of racing, my Canada Summer Games (CSG) experience has come to an end.

  • Wesmen represent at the Canada Summer Games

    With school out for the summer, several University of Winnipeg athletes decided to turn to their provincial sporting organization and represent Manitoba at the 2009 Canada Summer Games (CSG) in Prince Edward Island.

  • Trying to win it all without losing everything

    The big joke in Canada is that people only care about amateur sports once every four years, and then they only care for about two weeks.

  • Hot yoga heats up

    Hot yoga, traditionally known as Bikram yoga, is a series of postures and poses performed in a heated room; it doesn’t just have physical benefits, but emotional and spiritual ones as well.

  • Sports Briefs

    Vancouver is gearing up ; Gretzky says no ; Good steroid news? ; Politics and sport still don’t mix ; Like father, like son

  • Cougars feed on Wesmen remains

    With first place in the Great Plains Division on the line, last weekend’s games against the Regina Cougars (14-4) were almost must-wins for the Winnipeg Wesmen (10-8); unfortunately, two more losses put Winnipeg on a four-game losing streak.