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Apperson reflects on Universiade experience

Although the gold medal game didn't end the way she hoped, Kelty Apperson holds fond memories of her experience with Team Canada at the...

STU still leasing underused arena space

Even though St. Thomas University no longer has a men's hockey team, it still leases the squad's former dressing room at Grant-Harvey Centre. At a...

Is STU saving money without men’s hockey?

St. Thomas University cancelled its men's hockey team late in the 2015-16 school year. At the time, the move was expected to save $245,000 as...

Notebook: Women’s hockey gears up for playoffs

Saturday's 4-3 win over the University of Prince Edward Island Panthers earned the Tommies women's hockey team a first-round playoff bye. As a result, St....

Keeping Score – Feb. 14, 2017

Women’s Hockey Feb. 11 @ UPEI - 4-3 win Feb. 10 vs. UdeM - 2-0 loss Women’s Basketball Feb. 12 @ MtA - 65-57 loss Men’s Basketball Feb. 12...

Women’s hockey season ends with weekend split

Netminder Gabrielle Forget and her teammates made the Tommies women's hockey squad's final home game of the regular season one that St. Thomas University...
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Canada Summer Games: More than a tournament

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