Category: Cougars’ Corner

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Cougars move to Canada West

Historic process a long time coming, says team admin   Bryce Forbes Sports Editor   Since Mount Royal College started down the long, hard road to becoming a university, the athletics department also focused...

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Cougars reward excellence

The Mount Royal Cougars unofficially ended the 2010-11 season with the 47th annual Cougar Night athletic awards banquet March 24. Over 200 Student-athletes, coaches, family and dignitaries attended the event, held on campus at...

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The lost sports of Mount Royal

by Rachel Ott The Reflector The banners are still displayed proudly in the pool and around the running track at Mount Royal, reminding us of our once-great swim and cross-country teams. Detailing consecutive championships...

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Cougars feeding off special teams

by Blaine Meller Going into the 2010-11 season, Jean Laforest, head coach of the Cougars men’s hockey team, was cautiously optimistic. Fourteen new bodies on the team meant he would be preaching his message...

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Knocking on wood

by Catherine Szabo There’s Wayne Gretzky’s jersey tucked into one side of his hockey pants, and Boston Red Sox Wade Boggs’ pre-game meal of chicken. Entire hockey teams turn into Neanderthal men with the...

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Cougars striker makes history

by Blaine Meller Gillian Doubleday has made history. The Mount Royal University soccer star scored five goals, including the 47th of her career, to establish the new Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) women’s individual...

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Legacy lives on

By Josh Naud If you’ve ever taken a trip around the track, or been to the gym for any reason, you’ve seen his name in giant letters across the wall: Kenyon Court. The legendary...

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Women’s hockey takes gold

The Cougars women’s hockey team won their first ACAC Championship in four years, after defeating the NAIT Ooks three games to one. The championship is the fourth overall for the team who won their first title...