Sea-Hawks add prolific Ontarian scorer Daniel Gordon to men’s basketball roster

Thursday, May 14th, 2015
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The highest scoring player this past season in the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) is taking his talents to St. John’s. 6”2 former Fleming College guard Daniel Gordon, who averaged nearly 30 points a game and six rebounds last year, will suit up as yet another Ajax, Ontario product commits to head coach Peter Benoite’s […]


MUN men’s volleyball gets new coach, Francisco Ferrero

Sunday, May 10th, 2015
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Memorial University’s men’s volleyball team will have a new face calling the shots next season. Francisco Ferrero, originally of Meacham, Saskatchewan, takes the reigns after former head coach Luke Harris stepped down from his position for personal reasons. Ferrero is an accomplished coach on the provincial and national stages with both men’s and women’s volleyball […]


Women’s volleyball adds local standout to roster for next season

Wednesday, April 8th, 2015

Sophia Gibbons is officially a Lady Hawk. Coach John Slauenwhite is excited to add the player, who starred as an imposing middle for Mount Pearl Senior High. A serious volleyball player since the age of 11, Gibbons is a gold medalist and tournament all-star from the prestigious Eastern Elite Championships, is an AAAA high school […]


Sea-Hawks basketball recruits strong new addition, Greg Manuel

Monday, April 6th, 2015

Agile. Strong. Hard working. High basketball IQ. Those are just some of the words and phrases used by head coach Peter Benoite to describe Cole Harbour native Greg Manuel, a soon-to-be freshman who will suitup for MUN in the 2015-16 season. The 6”4 Manuel has a great basketball pedigree, including proving his big game chops […]


MUN’s tennis club team off to successful start

Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
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Team hopes to eventually make varsity status The MUN tennis team returned from Halifax a few weeks ago, where they competed in the first annual Nestor Cup, hosted by the Atlantic University Tennis League (AUTL). The Sea-Hawks finished runners up to the winners and hosts, the Dalhousie Tigers. MUN’s team proved to be tough competition […]


IceCaps see Playoff Hopes Disappear After Disappointing Weekend

Monday, March 30th, 2015

Unless the St. John’s IceCaps can create some form of miracle, it appears as though there will be no playoff action in Newfoundland’s capital city this season. After going 0-1-1 this weekend, their hopes of making it into the post season seem to have all but disappeared, and after letting two games slip away the […]


Noel Moffatt named CIS’ Ken Shields winner for 2014-15

Wednesday, March 18th, 2015
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Noel Moffatt is the definition of hard work, and that characterization doesn’t end with basketball. The 6”5 forward for the Memorial Men’s Sea-Hawks team has rebound numbers that rival the best in the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) conference, but he also manages to maintain a 3.8 GPA and is on the Dean’s List. Recently he […]


MUN women’s basketball coach Doug Partridge fired after 22 years

Friday, March 13th, 2015

The Memorial women’s Sea-Hawks basketball team may be competing for a playoff spot next season, but long-time coach Doug Partridge will not be joining them. The university announced Thursday that they have parted ways with Partridge after a rollercoaster season that involved a pair of high profile suspensions for the bench boss. Despite sending shockwaves […]


IceCaps off to bad start in set against Monarchs

Friday, March 13th, 2015

Early goal sets the tone for the game As the American Hockey League season begins to wind down and the Calder Cup playoffs enter the headlights teams are well aware that every single game counts. As the St. John’s IceCaps opened up a three game series against the Manchester Monarchs on Wednesday night, that message was more […]


IceCaps stumble at hands of Devils

Tuesday, March 10th, 2015

Heading down the stretch with time winding down on the playoff hunt, the last thing the St. John’s IceCaps want to do is give up points to opposing teams competing for a playoff berth. Unfortunately, this was the case this past weekend, as the Albany Devils managed to take three points out of four in […]