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Isaac Owusu

Isaac Owusu

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Isaac served as Sports Editor following his experience as Associate Sports Editor. Isaac brings his experience as a runningback for the Varsity Blues football team combined with his academic tenure majoring in criminology, and minoring in philosophy, political science, and PWC.

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Contributions

Love it or hate it, fantasy football isn’t going away

Andrew Boudreau, a lifelong Miami Dolphins fan, grinned after looking down at his iPhone. A mobile app called theScore had notified him that his...

Do you really need a playbook?

There is one tangible in football that has the power to send a player packing even before they hit the field.In its many forms,...

Parading around town

The Toronto Argonauts were greeted warmly on a cold Tuesday morning by over 50,000 fans, friends, and family members who attended the Grey Cup...

A chance for the airing of grievances

UTM hockey player Rory Bourgeois voiced his displeasure in October with his suspension from UTM hockey.Over the month following the ban, John Robb (U...

Not-so-Average Joes achieve a threepeat

One of UTM’s fiercest rivalries was renewed as the Division 1 campus rec ball hockey finals were played on Thursday at the RAWC. The...

Taking a slapshot in the face

UTSC’s 5–1 blowout of UTM’s tri-campus hockey team left second-year forward Rory Bourgeois disappointed, but it’s not just the score that irks him. Bourgeois...

Blues lose Argo Cup to York, drop fifth game of season

U of T’s Varsity Blues lost to the rival York University’s Lions by a score of 36–24, dropping their fifth game of the season....

Varsity Blues come out of much too familiar skid

The streak is finally over. Led by their new starter, Simon Nassar, the Varsity Blues football team, took to Waterloo, where they beat the...

Varsity Blues drop third game in a row

On Saturday, in front of a national television audience, the Varsity Blues football team took to Guelph, where they lost to the Gryphons in...

A coaching lesson in football safety

Sporting a thick silver mane, an intense glare, and an imposing all-black wardrobe on his six-foot-three, 250-pound frame, Toronto Argonauts general manager Jim Barker...

Varsity Blues handed second straight blowout

For the second game in a row, the U of T Varsity Blues football team were beaten and outscored by over 50 points. The...

Nick Volpe, U of T’s Argo

As the crowd of 23,061 settle themselves into their Rogers Centre seats to watch the Toronto Argonauts battle their East Division rivals, the Hamilton...

Historic year on horizon for the RAWC

Program coordinator Jack Krist is proud of the progression of the Recreation, Athletic, and Wellness Centre, otherwise known as the RAWC (pronounced “rock”). He...

Varsity Blues kick off the season

It’s an experience that Varsity Blues fans have waited 17 long years for: the team’s first shutout victory since 1995.U of T’s Varsity Stadium...

The athletic pedestal

Taking a look at society’s crazy obsession with stardom and celebrities

Sitting down with Andrea Bargnani

Last Tuesday, Toronto Raptor Andrea Bargnani made a visit to UTM

Balancing academics and athletics

One of the biggest challenges is finding the perfect balance between fitness and good grades.

UTM Running Club, get set… go!

The program focuses on the fundamentals of interval running to improve endurance.

UTM winter sports: scouting report

With the ringing in of 2012 came life-changing resolutions that resulted in an explosion of new teams.

Behind the scenes

A look at Cameron Walker and coordination at the RAWC

Close, but no cigar

As the seconds on the shot clock wound down, four girls in white spread out around the key. Individually they pressed tightly to guard their opponents.

See you next year

Captain Zak Khan of team “Sunny D” battled for a loose ball in the first of two overtimes, butting heads with “And Then Some” captain Tevin Sutton-Stephenson. The result: Zak got an extremely swollen right eye, which will definitely lead to some bruising.

Keep on kicking

Jad Karami of the team Kollo Zalal shows his versatility and precision by netting four goals. However, his efforts are the only points his...

Joes not so average

At halftime and down by two goals, Jack Krist, captain of the Rookies, already knows why his team was behind: “[We’re] an older, mostly staff team, and we’re a little bit slower than these young guys,” he jokes.

Race to the buzzer

A deliverance for UTM Division 1 men’s basketball may be at hand. After starting the new millennium by winning six championships in seven years, there is an expectation for the team to do well—but the question is, which team will it be?

UTM Eagles rugby defeat St. George Skule

On Saturday, the Eagles beat St. George’s Skule (Team A) Engineers, 10–0, in a cold and gritty contest.

Varsity Blues cap off season with big win

“It’s definitely a great feeling to have played the last game like that with all of my boys, going out in style.”

UTMAC’s Bills outing a big hit

Sunday was a unique experience as UTMAC bussed 53 UTM students from campus to the stadium and witnessed the Bills’ 31-24 victory.

NBA Lockout is on

The NBA lockout appears to be headed towards the loss of a substantial amount of games and quite possibly of the entire season.

Blue brothers: Asare and Prempeh

Whether it be on the gridiron, in the classroom, or at home in Rexdale, Varsity Blues football stars Kevin Asare, a linebacker, and Michael Prempeh, a wide receiver, share a relationship that shows us all what it means to be a teammate, a friend, and a brother.

UTMAC: Athleticism and academia collide

The school year is fresh, summer is winding down, and a new group is looking to make its mark and create a new culture...

Anarchy makes for an eventful week at South Field

When life gives you Lemon, change your quarterback. For the Toronto Argonauts, this adage holds true—more so now than ever before.Mere moments before practice...

The Argos: your friendly neighbourhood football team

UTM hosts the Canadian Football League’s Toronto Argonauts practice facilities, where the players and coaches can be viewed taking part in drills and refining their craft at the South Field just outside the Recreation, Athletic and Wellness Centre (RAWC).

Love it or hate it, fantasy football isn’t going away

Andrew Boudreau, a lifelong Miami Dolphins fan, grinned after looking down at his iPhone. A mobile app called theScore had notified him that his...

Do you really need a playbook?

There is one tangible in football that has the power to send a player packing even before they hit the field.In its many forms,...

Parading around town

The Toronto Argonauts were greeted warmly on a cold Tuesday morning by over 50,000 fans, friends, and family members who attended the Grey Cup...

A chance for the airing of grievances

UTM hockey player Rory Bourgeois voiced his displeasure in October with his suspension from UTM hockey.Over the month following the ban, John Robb (U...

Not-so-Average Joes achieve a threepeat

One of UTM’s fiercest rivalries was renewed as the Division 1 campus rec ball hockey finals were played on Thursday at the RAWC. The...

Taking a slapshot in the face

UTSC’s 5–1 blowout of UTM’s tri-campus hockey team left second-year forward Rory Bourgeois disappointed, but it’s not just the score that irks him. Bourgeois...

Blues lose Argo Cup to York, drop fifth game of season

U of T’s Varsity Blues lost to the rival York University’s Lions by a score of 36–24, dropping their fifth game of the season....

Varsity Blues come out of much too familiar skid

The streak is finally over. Led by their new starter, Simon Nassar, the Varsity Blues football team, took to Waterloo, where they beat the...

Varsity Blues drop third game in a row

On Saturday, in front of a national television audience, the Varsity Blues football team took to Guelph, where they lost to the Gryphons in...

A coaching lesson in football safety

Sporting a thick silver mane, an intense glare, and an imposing all-black wardrobe on his six-foot-three, 250-pound frame, Toronto Argonauts general manager Jim Barker...

Varsity Blues handed second straight blowout

For the second game in a row, the U of T Varsity Blues football team were beaten and outscored by over 50 points. The...

Nick Volpe, U of T’s Argo

As the crowd of 23,061 settle themselves into their Rogers Centre seats to watch the Toronto Argonauts battle their East Division rivals, the Hamilton...

Historic year on horizon for the RAWC

Program coordinator Jack Krist is proud of the progression of the Recreation, Athletic, and Wellness Centre, otherwise known as the RAWC (pronounced “rock”). He...

Varsity Blues kick off the season

It’s an experience that Varsity Blues fans have waited 17 long years for: the team’s first shutout victory since 1995.U of T’s Varsity Stadium...

The athletic pedestal

Taking a look at society’s crazy obsession with stardom and celebrities

Sitting down with Andrea Bargnani

Last Tuesday, Toronto Raptor Andrea Bargnani made a visit to UTM

Balancing academics and athletics

One of the biggest challenges is finding the perfect balance between fitness and good grades.

UTM Running Club, get set… go!

The program focuses on the fundamentals of interval running to improve endurance.

UTM winter sports: scouting report

With the ringing in of 2012 came life-changing resolutions that resulted in an explosion of new teams.

Behind the scenes

A look at Cameron Walker and coordination at the RAWC

Close, but no cigar

As the seconds on the shot clock wound down, four girls in white spread out around the key. Individually they pressed tightly to guard their opponents.

See you next year

Captain Zak Khan of team “Sunny D” battled for a loose ball in the first of two overtimes, butting heads with “And Then Some” captain Tevin Sutton-Stephenson. The result: Zak got an extremely swollen right eye, which will definitely lead to some bruising.

Keep on kicking

Jad Karami of the team Kollo Zalal shows his versatility and precision by netting four goals. However, his efforts are the only points his...

Joes not so average

At halftime and down by two goals, Jack Krist, captain of the Rookies, already knows why his team was behind: “[We’re] an older, mostly staff team, and we’re a little bit slower than these young guys,” he jokes.

Race to the buzzer

A deliverance for UTM Division 1 men’s basketball may be at hand. After starting the new millennium by winning six championships in seven years, there is an expectation for the team to do well—but the question is, which team will it be?

UTM Eagles rugby defeat St. George Skule

On Saturday, the Eagles beat St. George’s Skule (Team A) Engineers, 10–0, in a cold and gritty contest.

Varsity Blues cap off season with big win

“It’s definitely a great feeling to have played the last game like that with all of my boys, going out in style.”

UTMAC’s Bills outing a big hit

Sunday was a unique experience as UTMAC bussed 53 UTM students from campus to the stadium and witnessed the Bills’ 31-24 victory.

NBA Lockout is on

The NBA lockout appears to be headed towards the loss of a substantial amount of games and quite possibly of the entire season.

Blue brothers: Asare and Prempeh

Whether it be on the gridiron, in the classroom, or at home in Rexdale, Varsity Blues football stars Kevin Asare, a linebacker, and Michael Prempeh, a wide receiver, share a relationship that shows us all what it means to be a teammate, a friend, and a brother.

UTMAC: Athleticism and academia collide

The school year is fresh, summer is winding down, and a new group is looking to make its mark and create a new culture...

Anarchy makes for an eventful week at South Field

When life gives you Lemon, change your quarterback. For the Toronto Argonauts, this adage holds true—more so now than ever before.Mere moments before practice...

The Argos: your friendly neighbourhood football team

UTM hosts the Canadian Football League’s Toronto Argonauts practice facilities, where the players and coaches can be viewed taking part in drills and refining their craft at the South Field just outside the Recreation, Athletic and Wellness Centre (RAWC).
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