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By Mathew Hartley The Humber women’s rugby team was savouring a return to the win column after a dominating performance on Tuesday against Sheridan. Their return to the field came five days after an internal investigation into hazing allegations provoked a full team suspension by the Humber college. The women’s team was partially reinstated on Oct. 14 with
by Corey Weir The pressures of being a coach can get to be too much sometimes, it seems. An example of this was displayed last Saturday in Vancouver when Canucks head coach John Tortorella attempted to enter the Calgary Flames locker room in a fury after the first period in a 3-2 win in a
By Mark McKelvie Being the champs is one thing, but going for a fourth title in a row might be considered the beginning of a dynasty. The Humber Hawks men’s soccer team is set to play their first playoff game of the OCAA playoffs knowing they have a target on their back. The Hawks have
[youtube id=”05ul6pIDgXc” width=”620″ height=”360″] By Therese Jastrzebski and Kateryna Barnes This weekend is the OCAA fastball championship. Humber College has the honour of hosting the event. It will take place Friday and Saturday at Wildwood Park in Mississauga. Humber News will be following the Hawks as they defend their championship title. Therese Jastrzebski has more.
[youtube id=”ZurEB6I8-c4″ width=”620″ height=”360″] by Natalie Stoberman Football is back in full force and the NFL and Ontario University Athletics have grand stands and grid iron rumbling. Unfortunately you won’t find that excitement at Humber. Football was briefly offered by the Ontario Colleges Athletics Association in the 1970’s, but today the popular sport is not
By Sasha Ramnarine The Ontario Colleges Athletic Association championship game between the Humber Hawks and Algonquin Thunder marked the first time co-champions were declared in women’s college rugby. The Nov. 17 game at Twin Elm Rugby Park in Ottawa ended in an 8-8 tie, despite each team scoring a try and penalty kick during regulation.
By Keaton Robbins The Humber women’s and men’s cross country teams captured bronze medals at the CCAA National Championship at Champlain College in Quebec. The women were led by Darian Limb, who finished 21st overall in the five-kilometre face with a time of 20:18. The Hawks women’s team was looking to retain its national title,