Men And Women’s Volleyball

Men And Women’s Volleyball

Volleyball took place this weekend at home where the Bobcats played their 17th and 18th exhibition games of the season, which resulted in a mixed bag of wins and loses. Both men and women were in pursuit of victories over the U of M Bisons but where one Bobcat team would have two straight win’s, the other would take two straight loses.

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Let’s Talk Mental Health

Let’s Talk Mental Health

Our BU Bobcats are proudly taking part in the mental health initiative, to support Bell Canada and the Let’s Talk campaign. The Bobcats’ role in this campaign is to help lead the campus conversation about mental health. Topics include the impact mental health can have on an individual and how to fight the stigma that keeps so many people from seeking help.

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Bobcats Female Athlete of the Month

Bobcats Female Athlete of the Month

Keisha Cox is a basketball player in her fourth year of studies. In November Cox was instrumental to her team as she helped them to accomplish a feat, winning back-to-back games against the UBC’s Okanagan Heat in the home opening weekend, a first for the team since joining the conference 17 years ago.

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Bobcats Volleyball

Bobcats Volleyball

The Bobcats had a successful weekend of volleyball games against the University of Regina Cougars. Starting off with the men’s games, they had a strong showing and were able to fend off the Cougars successfully, winning three consecutive sets in each of their games on January 12th and 13th.

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Alumni Sports Spotlight

Alumni Sports Spotlight

Gladwyn Scott had a massive impact on sports across Manitoba, not only being a multi-talented player of various sports but also a great coach and leader. Scott was raised on a small farm in McConnell, Manitoba, and it was there with the support of his family he learned the value of hard work and persistence.

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Bobcats at Home: New Year, Tough Results

Bobcats at Home: New Year, Tough Results

Volleyball took place this weekend in Brandon where the Bobcats played their 11th and 12th exhibition games of the season. This is the teams first games of the new year, but while the women had a month long break the men had a tournament in Waterloo on December 29th-31st.

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