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Golden Hawks keep perfect record on the road

The men’s football team at Wilfrid Laurier University defeated the Queen’s Gaels 40-17 this weekend, advancing their record to 3-0. This comes after a close win at home against the Carleton Ravens, securing the Hawks’ eighth straight win against OUA opponents. Golden Hawks Robbie Smith and Nathan Mesher set team records, while running back Levondre Gordon had another great game, […]

by Kurtis Rideout· · Football, Sports ·

Golden Hawks clinch tight lead over Ravens

  The men’s football team at Wilfrid Laurier University defeated the Carleton Ravens 38-35 yesterday, securing their second win of the season. This win comes hot off of last week’s shutout victory against the University of Toronto Varsity Blues. “… ultimately I am happy we got the win against a quality opponent,” Head coach, Michael Faulds said to Laurier Athletics. […]

by Kurtis Rideout· · Football, Sports ·
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Three Golden Hawks are drafted into the CFL

Right now is the time of year all fans of football, whether university level or professional, are excited about. For those of you who are strictly fans of professional football this is the part of the offseason you are probably most excited about; because your hope is that your team gets stronger through the draft. There is also the mystery […]

by Abdulhamid Ibrahim· · Football, Sports ·
Top sports moments 2016-2017

Top sports moments 2016-2017

Strong Finish The women’s basketball team had a successful year on the court finishing up the regular season 13-7. The Hawks made it to the second round of the playoffs before being eliminated by the Carleton Ravens. Kaitlyn Schenck and Nicole Morrison both had standout years for the Hawks, combining for an impressive 591 points. The Hawks will look to […]

by Rob Fifield· · Sports ·
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Laval tops Laurier in Uteck Bowl

The Wilfrid Laurier men’s football team has been waiting 11 years for this. Since their last Vanier Cup win in 2005, this season has been the first time since that the Vanier Cup has been not far from reach. Unfortunately for the purple and gold, their near flawless season came to an end this past weekend in Quebec City, as […]

by Rob Fifield· · Football, Sports ·
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Golden Hawks are 2016 Yates Cup Champions

Golden Hawks are Yates Cup Champions Golden Hawks are Yates Cup Champions Golden Hawks are Yates Cup Champions Golden Hawks are Yates Cup Champions 1 2 3 4 Laurier Golden Hawks win their first Yates Cup championship since 2005 Story by Rob Fifield, Photos by Will Huang On a beautiful fall afternoon at TD Waterhouse stadium, the Western Mustangs were […]

by Rob Fifield· · Football, Sports ·
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Laurier Golden Hawks win Yates Cup

On a beautiful fall afternoon at TD Waterhouse stadium, the Western Mustangs were set to host the Laurier Golden Hawks in the 109th Yates Cup. The Laurier Golden Hawks defeated the the McMaster Marauders in their semi-final matchup to advance to the Yates Cup, while the Mustangs handily defeated the Carleton Ravens to stamp their ticket to finals. The Mustangs […]

by Rob Fifield· · Football, Sports ·
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Meet Laurier’s future football coach

It may be difficult to notice at first glance, but the Laurier football team has an unofficial mascot, proudly attending nearly every game to support them with a high degree of enthusiasm. His name is Darian Cameron, eight-year-old son of Dwayne Cameron, the Special Teams Coordinator for the Laurier Golden Hawks. Darian’s sideline spirit stands by the players, cheering them […]

by Andreas Patsiaouros· · Football, Sports ·
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Win or lose, Faulds and Laurier football have exceeded expectations

Four seasons ago, Michael Faulds was hired as the new head coach of the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks football team. He was young — only 29-years-old — and spent the years prior to joining the Hawks as a coordinator for the once 1-7 York Lions. He came in at a time Laurier was on the decline, having not won a […]

by Shelby Blackley· · Football, Opinion, Sports ·