University Sports

Forfeiting Two
Queen's forfeits two games after fielding ineligible player

Queen's Gaels (Photo: Queen's University)

The Queen's Golden Gaels football team will forfeit the results of its first two games this season because of an ineligible player. The team's victory over Windsor on Sept. 1 will be removed and will stand as a 1-0 loss. The 37-30 loss to Ottawa on Sept. 6 will stand. Full Story.(Photo: Queen's University)

Performance enhancing drugs (Photo: TSN.ca)

Broken System

The head coach of the University of Saskatchewan Huskies says he suspects football players at the majority of CIS schools are using banned substances, a declaration that comes as some officials say Canadian college football is a "wild west" where players dope without fear of detection and the Canadian government is seizing millions of dollars worth of illegal steroids at the border. Full Story.

Hockey (Photo: R Laberge/Getty Images)

Assault Charges

Police in Thunder Bay, Ont., have charged two University of Ottawa hockey players in connection with a sexual assault that took place when the team was in the city for a game in February. Police say the assault involved a 21-year-old female victim and allegedly took place in a hotel early on February 2. Full Story.

 


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