Making the jump from high school to varsity sports can be a challenging prospect for students. Few know the necessary sacrifices better than Ryan Evans, Liz Tkachuk and Caroline Sticelj.
From March 22 to 24, four Western Mustangs football players competed in the Canadian Football League national combine. As well, an additional four Mustangs competed in the Ontario Regional combine on March 21.
The Western Mustangs have been tracking advanced statistics for three seasons now, but they have been greatly aided by the addition of a key volunteer.
On Saturday, Western students hosted the fifth annual Hockey Helps the Homeless tournament. The organization managed to raise $28,529.97 for Youth Opportunities Unlimited.
The Western Mustangs lost two of three to the Guelph Gryphons over the weekend in the OUA Western final. However, with a win next weekend in the OUA bronze medal game, the team can still move on to nationals.
The Western Mustangs have encountered a difficult challenge in the Guelph Gryphons this weekend.
The Western Mustangs won two of three games against the Brock Badgers over the weekend. With the series victory, the Mustangs move on to play the Guelph Gryphons in the western final.