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Czerkawski always leads by example

Adam Czerkawski never thought he was much of a math or science guy. History was his best subject in school. Now in his second...

Rachel Wong’s UTM badminton success

Both the highlight and low of Rachel Wong’s season, came when she qualified for the National Badminton Tournament. It was an amazing feeling, qualifying...

Maltese blossoms into leader on court

Once upon a time, a little girl was inspired by the leadership and commitment exemplified to her by the coaches of her summer volleyball...

For Power, hockey’s not just a sport

Phillip Power doesn’t remember a time Hockey Night in Canada wasn’t a big deal in his household. His earliest memory comes from when he...

Jankovic finds self through basketball

“I headed towards prison or death, either way it was down the wrong path,” says Andreas Jankovic, a first year Humanities student at UTM...

No gym membership? Not a problem

It might not look or feel like it right now, but hot days and short sleeve shirts are almost here. You want to look...

Aldoori: fearless, compassionate, humble

Noor Aldoori never thought varsity soccer was something achievable for her. “It was definitely not on my radar at all. The opportunity presented...

Condors steal first win of the season

On Wednesday, January 31, Bell Let’s Talk Day, our UTM men’s varsity basketball team took on the Conestoga Condors. In their second last home-game...

Roberts always strives for greatness

Starting point guard, Gregory Roberts, of UTM’s varsity men’s basketball team and the OCAA’s current leading scorer, was determined to never play basketball. Despite...

Success for Raptor 905 future stars and fans

On Saturday, January 19th the Raptors 905, Let’s Get Together!, and the National Basketball Youth Mentorship Program hosted From the Playground to the...

Lions claw way to victory over eagles

On Saturday, December 1st, the UTM women’s varsity basketball team took a heartbreaking loss to the Lambton Lions, who clawed their way to a...

Just keep running!

To his friends, Shawn Faizi is known as the funny guy with the wacky hair, who’s always late. Out on the soccer pitch, as...

Boorman plays ball to honour friend

In Georgetown, Ontario, most people assume that if you’re an athlete, you must be a hockey player. Here at UTM, at first glance, 6’2...

UTM falls short against the Sheridan Bruins

This past Saturday, November 10th, our men’s varsity basketball team took on the fourth ranked team in the OCAA West conference: the Sheridan Bruins....

Jiana’s love for the game started young

Across the Atlantic Ocean in Damascus, Syria, nearly ten thousand kilometres away, a 14-year-old Jiana Alnajjar began her basketball journey. Alnajjar is a fifth-year...

Eagles fall short in first game of season

On Saturday, October 20 the UTM men’s varsity basketball team hosted their first game of the season against the Mohawk College Mountaineers. Our Eagles...

Czerkawski always leads by example

Adam Czerkawski never thought he was much of a math or science guy. History was his best subject in school. Now in his second...

Rachel Wong’s UTM badminton success

Both the highlight and low of Rachel Wong’s season, came when she qualified for the National Badminton Tournament. It was an amazing feeling, qualifying...

Maltese blossoms into leader on court

Once upon a time, a little girl was inspired by the leadership and commitment exemplified to her by the coaches of her summer volleyball...

For Power, hockey’s not just a sport

Phillip Power doesn’t remember a time Hockey Night in Canada wasn’t a big deal in his household. His earliest memory comes from when he...

Jankovic finds self through basketball

“I headed towards prison or death, either way it was down the wrong path,” says Andreas Jankovic, a first year Humanities student at UTM...

No gym membership? Not a problem

It might not look or feel like it right now, but hot days and short sleeve shirts are almost here. You want to look...

Aldoori: fearless, compassionate, humble

Noor Aldoori never thought varsity soccer was something achievable for her. “It was definitely not on my radar at all. The opportunity presented...

Condors steal first win of the season

On Wednesday, January 31, Bell Let’s Talk Day, our UTM men’s varsity basketball team took on the Conestoga Condors. In their second last home-game...

Roberts always strives for greatness

Starting point guard, Gregory Roberts, of UTM’s varsity men’s basketball team and the OCAA’s current leading scorer, was determined to never play basketball. Despite...

Success for Raptor 905 future stars and fans

On Saturday, January 19th the Raptors 905, Let’s Get Together!, and the National Basketball Youth Mentorship Program hosted From the Playground to the...

Lions claw way to victory over eagles

On Saturday, December 1st, the UTM women’s varsity basketball team took a heartbreaking loss to the Lambton Lions, who clawed their way to a...

Just keep running!

To his friends, Shawn Faizi is known as the funny guy with the wacky hair, who’s always late. Out on the soccer pitch, as...

Boorman plays ball to honour friend

In Georgetown, Ontario, most people assume that if you’re an athlete, you must be a hockey player. Here at UTM, at first glance, 6’2...

UTM falls short against the Sheridan Bruins

This past Saturday, November 10th, our men’s varsity basketball team took on the fourth ranked team in the OCAA West conference: the Sheridan Bruins....

Jiana’s love for the game started young

Across the Atlantic Ocean in Damascus, Syria, nearly ten thousand kilometres away, a 14-year-old Jiana Alnajjar began her basketball journey. Alnajjar is a fifth-year...

Eagles fall short in first game of season

On Saturday, October 20 the UTM men’s varsity basketball team hosted their first game of the season against the Mohawk College Mountaineers. Our Eagles...
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