Tag: utm sports

Mehla becomes first athlete to play multiple varsity sports

Third-year student, Priyanka Mehla, will be the first ever UTM female athlete to play two varsity sports. She has played basketball since her first...

Eagles lose to Rotman in Div. 1 finals

On Wednesday night, students flocked to the RAWC gym to watch an epic showdown in the Division 1 men’s basketball finals. UTM came into...

Rico’s breakout season

Christina Rico has been playing soccer for more than half of her life. Like many kids who went through a rite of passage playing...

Top cricket teams battle for Div. 1 title

One of the most enthralling seasons of intramural cricket at UTM ended with United 6 beating Pk Tun in the Division 1 final. These...

Varsity soccer ends first OCAA year

The UTM Eagles men’s and women’s indoor soccer teams travelled to the Ontario Soccer Centre on March 3 to contend for a spot in...

UTM volleyball reborn

Out of all of the sports offered at UTM, volleyball is one of the most active sports around the RAWC, although it is not...

Shine a spotlight on the sidelines

Sitting on the bench, observing your teammates compete in passionate battle against another university squad, isn’t the favourite activity of many Varsity Blues athletes....

Eagles beat UTSC in first playoff game

Amid picket lines, cancelled classes, and general strike confusion, UTM students came together on Wednesday night to support the Eagles on their quest to...

UTM vet finds hope in losing season

The UTM tri-campus basketball team has had its struggles this season. In what could be called a rebuilding year, the team has gone without...

Cricket wins in tri-campus

On February 27, UTM became the tri-campus cricket champions for the first time in their history, giving the team something to be proud of...

Aboghodieh’s farewell season

As the younger brother of a former UTM athlete of the year, there was no doubt that Salem Aboghodieh would participate in some form...

Women’s hockey surges to first place

A team’s recipe for success is not easily quantifiable; there is a comingling of factors that determine whether they will succeed once they get...
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