Support Deebo’s Battle with Leukemia

Two fundraising events are planned to support former Bobcat and Men’s Basketball assistant coach Donovan Gayle’s ongoing battle with acute myeloid leukemia. The 32-year-old, Jamaican-born, Scarborough, Ontario native was first diagnosed after a visit to the hospital on June 9th, 2013 and has since finished two rounds of chemotherapy.

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Bobcats share their skills with youth and win big

Bobcats never sleep, at least not the Bobcats at Brandon University. After the volleyball season came to a close with the acquisition of a spectacular national title for the first time since the formation of BU’s volleyball program nearly a decade ago, former left side junior Craig Lowe coached Brandon Volleyball Club 16U to success in their division at the 2013 16U Canadian West Open in Calgary, Alberta from May 18th to 20th.

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Andrew Wiggins, basketball saviour?

This is Canada. You know that. You live here. We are a country notorious for a lot of things – the cold, maple syrup, and our generally exceptional politeness among them. While the truth of these stereotypes varies, there is one perception about Canada that cannot be overstated and that is our passion for hockey.  For all intents and purposes, the competition for the country’s athletic loyalties is a one-horse race.

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BBRFC is recruiting

If you take a liking to mud, blood, and ruthless physicality, you’re likely a natural-born rugby player. From diminutively declaring the sport to be less physically demanding than football, to calling it a game of pure, lawless brutality, many people have misconceptions revolving around the highly physical, greatly competitive, and immensely exhilarating game of rugby

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