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U Sports summer headlines

Canadian schools make moves to shake up their teams

Concordia crowned U Sports Champions

The Concordia Stingers beat the Nipissing Lakers 4-0 to win their first national women’s hockey title since 1999.

Concordia and Nipissing to meet in U Sports Finals

The Concordia Stingers and Nipissing Lakers will play Sunday for the Golden Path Trophy

U Sports conference playoffs underway

Teams across the four conferences compete for spots in the national championship.

U Sports returns across Canada

For the first time in more than two months, all four U Sports conferences have games this weekend.

U Sports Power Rankings to start 2022

U Sports women’s hockey is about to get started after a lengthy break. Let's see how the teams stack up!

U SPORTS winter surrounded by uncertainty

Breaking down the North American pro and collegiate teams represented in Epsoo

Which pro and collegiate teams from the U.S. and Canada have the most players playing in the 2019 Worlds?

How to follow women’s hockey now that the Olympics are over

You’re hooked on women’s hockey and want more? We’ve got all the deets.

Midseason RSEQ Report: Who’s up and who’s down

Midway through the season, it's still anyone's game.

Canada selects National Women’s Development Team roster

There’s a few notable inclusions...and a couple of eyebrow-raising snubs.

Alicia Anderson: the Best in Canada West

A look at goaltender Alicia Anderson’s incredible start

Emerance Maschmeyer's striving for personal growth

From playing to studying to coaching, the 23-year-old is focusing on herself and finding what makes her happy.

Canada West: Regina’s strong start

Why you should keep an eye on the Regina Cougars.

RSEQ Week one: Three ups, three downs

Carleton, Concordia, Montreal, and Ottawa began conference play while McGill wrapped up its preseason

Canada West: Five Players to Watch

Not sure who to keep an eye on as Canada West gets underway? We’ve got you covered.

Team China to headline 50th annual Theresa Humes tournament in Montreal

The Concordia event’s semicentennial anniversary will also feature Ryerson and Vermont

Hockey Canada announces Summer Showcase rosters

Team Japan, U SPORTS all-stars, and the Russian U18 side will also participate in the camp

Alberta captures U SPORTS national championship

The Pandas edged McGill 2-1 in double-overtime in a thrilling battle for the Golden Path Trophy; UBC defeated Concordia for bronze

U SPORTS National Championship: How to watch

Beginning Thursday, eight teams will battle for the Golden Path Trophy, awarded to the top university team in Canada.

Better triple OT than never: Saint Mary’s wins AUS Championship

Saint Mary’s edged out Saint Francis Xavier 3-2 in a marathon game

Atlantic University Sports Finals Preview

With the championship on the line, Saint Mary’s looks to defeat St Francis Xavier for their second straight Atlantic Title

RSEQ: Concordia, McGill qualify to U Sports Nationals

The archrivals will play for the conference title this weekend.

RSEQ update: Into the playoffs

With nationals berths on the line, league MVP Mélodie Daoust looks to guide McGill over Ottawa and Coach of the Year Julie Chu aims to upset Montreal.

Mélodie Daoust still has a lot to play for

McGill Martlets forward maintains balance as she pursues her goals

Playoff Push Begins in Canada West

Canada West Playoff Picture Starts to Emerge.

Top Moments In Women’s Hockey in 2016

From Kessel’s return to Ouellette’s 300th point, 2016 was filled with highlights in women’s hockey.

RSEQ week 8 overview

Things are falling into place at the mid-way point as the semester comes to a close.

RSEQ week 7 overview

Mélodie Bouchard played overtime hero as Ottawa entered the national rankings

Jade Downie-Landry sole U Sports player on Canada’s Nations Cup roster

It marks the 21-year-old McGill rookie’s first major tournament with Hockey Canada.

RSEQ week 6 overview

Who said there's no parity in women's hockey?

Four Nations NCAA and U Sports Player Guide

Bright NCAA and U Sports talent head to Finland to make youthful mark