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Coach’s Corner: Meet Ryan Gyaki

By Gage Smith,  Sports Editor The sports world has been dramatized and romanticized. Every player is a character and every play is a scene. It makes sense. That’s how you get an audience to tune...

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Stamps fired up for new season

by Laura Lushington The Reflector After a season-ending 20-16 loss to the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the 2010 Western final, the Calgary Stampeders are looking to redeem themselves. Putting the past behind them, the players...

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Players, coach honoured for achievements

by Blaine Meller Sports Editor Nineteen athletes and one coach from Mount Royal have been recognized by the ACAC for their achievements this past season. Coming off a season that saw him win twice...

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New dens for Cougars

by Bryce Forbes The Reflector For the first time in 10 years, the Cougars women’s hockey team will finally have a room to call their own. Mid-January, players had access to their new dressing...

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MRU Cougar Athletics unveils Wall of Fame

by Blaine Meller In a year that sees Mount Royal celebrate its 100th anniversary, Cougar Athletics officially unveiled its contribution to the centennial celebrations. The Cougars Wall of Fame and its inaugural five inductees...

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Mount Royal soccer stars honoured

by Blaine Meller Three Mount Royal soccer stars have been named among Canada’s best. Ashley Dixon, Gillian Doubleday and Justin Farenik were among 22 players to receive All-Canadian recog- nition from the Canadian Colleges...

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Sports hall of fame welcomes class of 2010

by Blaine Meller A Stanley Cup-winning goaltender and four gold medalwinning Olympian are among the new inductees into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. For the first time since 1987, Calgary – the new permanent...

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Former Vipers pitcher calls it quits

by Blaine Meller The man they call Sarge has called it a career. After an injury-riddled season split between the Calgary Vipers and Victoria Seals, pitcher Joe Sergent announced his retirement after 11 seasons in...

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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...