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Varsity Blues just can’t catch a break

The Varsity Blues had a rough weekend on the ice, falling 2-1 to the Brock Badgers on Friday, November 4 and 6-4 to the...

UTM’s Eagles will soon take flight

On October 19, UTM’s men’s varsity soccer team fought hard against the Sheridan Bruins. Although the game resulted in a 2-1 loss for UTM,...

Blues win in finale

In the final game of their 2016 OUA football season, the Varsity Blues beat the Waterloo Warriors 38-7 on Saturday, October 15 at Varsity...

Running the pack

The UTM varsity cross-country team has accomplished incredible feats this year, gaining a ninth place national ranking. It’s the first time that a UTM...

Renewed hope and fortified chemistry

Last season, the men’s varsity soccer team finished fourth among their central division opponents in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association. The first-year squad surprised...

UTM wins first OCAA soccer title

UTM’s varsity soccer program became UTM’s first ever OCAA varsity tournament champions when they defeated Sheridan in the Sheridan Bruins’ indoor soccer invitational tournament. The...

What athletes say under the gun

Any fan of professional sports begins to notice a pattern among athletes during interviews. The language seems recycled, every athlete talking about either how...

Blues win showdown

On a cold Tuesday morning at 11 a.m., another instalment of the annual Downtown Showdown between the Varsity Blues and Ryerson Rams was played...

Western win off late goal

After a decisive 7-4 win against Ryerson the previous night, the Varsity Blues men’s hockey team fell 4-3 to the number two seeded Western...

What now?

Life after university for U of T varsity athletes

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.

Varsity Blues win big

The Varsity Blues played their first nationally televised game since 2006 on Saturday, and U of T fans across the country were treated to a 21-12 win over the Guelph Gryphons.
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