Veltman honoured for outstanding season
The Gazette • Western University's Student Newspaper
The Mustangs upset the powerhouse Toronto Varsity Blues in an Ontario University Athletics (OUA) semifinal, earning a trip to the U Sports national championships, where they came home sixth in the country. The cornerstone of that run to nationals was ...
Varsity Blues get bronze
The nation's top-ranked University of Toronto Varsity Blues women's volleyball team defeated Ryerson University 3-1 in the bronze-medal “Final Four” match at the Goldring Centre on Saturday, March 11. The women claim their sixth provincial medal in as ...
Assance-Goulais commits to U of T
North Bay football prospect, Griffin Assance-Goulais donned an exclusive Blues Football cap and signed a Letter of Intent to play for the University of Toronto Varsity Blues on Saturday in Toronto. Following a number of conversations with the ...
Varsity Blues set to host Final Four
The University of Toronto Varsity Blues women's volleyball team defeated the visiting Waterloo Warriors in OUA quarter-final action, picking up a straight sets victory on Saturday afternoon (March 4) at Goldring Centre. Set scores were 25-14, 25-9, 25-10.
Terry Jones: Ricky Ray rejuvenated by new Toronto Argonauts coaching regime
The words were delivered the day Marc Trestman was hired as the new Toronto Argonauts head coach. Ray was in Regina with 55 other stars of the Canadian game to participate in the inaugural Mark's CFL Week. He's headed into his 15th season in the ...
Argos cash in with signing of veteran free agent lineman
TORONTO — The Toronto Argonauts announced today that the team has signed international defensive tackle Alan-Michael Cash. Cash enters his sixth CFL season in 2017 after spending the last five seasons with the Montreal Alouettes. In 82 regular ...
New Argos coach firms up staff
A little more than three weeks after officially hiring Marc Trestman, the new Toronto Argonauts head coach finalized his staff for the 2017 season. While some might consider it a rag-tag crew due to the circumstances — the Argos had not yet hired ...
Using hockey to help with football: Toronto Argonauts veteran embraces winter workout
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Chris Van Zeyl is an avid amateur hockey player, but he is a professional football player, a 6-foot-6, 312-pound offensive tackle with the Toronto Argonauts. He has spent the last decade with the Argos, but only found his way back to hockey a few years ...