Sarah Reilly

  • Season-long rivalry kicks off between long-time foes Wesmen and Bisons

    Both the University of Winnipeg’s men’s and women’s basketball teams rekindled their cross-town rivalries in their regular season openers last weekend.

  • Wesmen women finish 1-2 in Lakehead Thunderwolves tournament

    The University of Winnipeg Wesmen women’s basketball team travelled to Thunder Bay, Ont. last weekend for their last tournament of the pre-season.

  • Campus News Briefs

    U of W Alumni Association honours Larry Updike; Wesmen featured on Sun Radio; Residential schools lecture coming to U of W ; Top infectious disease researcher honoured; New Wesmen soccer programs dominate in regular season

  • Veteran forward brings long-time love of the game to the court

    Third-year forward Justin Phillips is one of only five returning players to the Wesmen men’s basketball team this season. Originally from Ontario, Phillips has been playing basketball for so long that he can’t remember when he began.

  • Wesmen women finish 2-1 at BOB FM Tournament

    The Wesmen women’s basketball team kicked off their season by hosting the BOB FM tournament Friday, Oct. 8 to Sunday, Oct. 10.

  • Men’s basketball squad struggles in Montreal

    The University of Winnipeg men’s basketball team travelled to Montreal Oct. 8-9 to take part in Concordia University’s Invitational Tournament.

  • Wesmen men’s volleyball pre-season begins

    Larry McKay, head coach of the Wesmen men’s volleyball team, is back at the University of Winnipeg after a summer away from the Duckworth Centre.

  • Jeffrey joins the Wesmen women’s volleyball team

    Standing at six foot one, Mackenzie Jeffrey, who is in her first year with the Wesmen women’s volleyball team, has always been tall for her age and began playing the sport in Grade 7.

  • Pre-season begins for Wesmen women’s volleyball

    The pre-season has officially begun for the Wesmen women’s volleyball team. Last weekend they headed to Regina and played in their first Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) tournament of the year.

  • No longer a rookie

    The Wesmen women’s basketball team’s second-year forward, Adele Baril, is looking forward to the upcoming season.

  • On-campus boot camps ready to pump you up

    School is back in full swing and for many students this means it’s time to get back into the habit of working out.

  • Wesmen women’s basketball team prepares for upcoming season

    The University of Winnipeg Wesmen women’s basketball team held tryouts last week and will kick off the season with a significantly different roster.

  • English soccer player joins Wesmen

    With the introduction of the new soccer program, the Wesmen family welcomes 21-year-old Adam Bromley from St. Austell, Cornwall, England.

  • Veteran point guard has high hopes for his last season

    With only five returning players and a new head coach, the Wesmen men’s basketball team is looking very different this season.

  • New college sports programs for Wesmen

    The University of Winnipeg is adding two new basketball teams to the Wesmen program this fall.

  • Wesmen men’s basketball tips off early

    The University of Winnipeg Wesmen men’s basketball team kicked off their pre-season early this year with two games in late August against the South Dakota State University Jackrabbits.

  • Wesmen add men’s and women’s soccer teams to its program

    This fall, men’s and women’s Wesmen soccer teams will participate in the Manitoba College Athletic Conference (MCAC) as they prepare to join the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) league in 2011.

  • Wesmen volleyball seasons come to a close short of nationals

    The 2009–2010 Wesmen Men’s Volleyball team started out the season with six talented new athletes in the program.

  • Men’s volleyball rookie proving to be a key player for the Wesmen

    When the Wesmen Men’s Volleyball squad announced last March that Matt Schriemer had committed to the team, head coach Larry McKay had high hopes for their new recruit for the 2009-2010 season.

  • A new coach, a new start

    Veteran coach and University of Winnipeg graduate Grant Richter has taken over as interim head coach for U of W Wesmen men’s basketball team.

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