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Women’s basketball change the record

By Lee Bogle and Sean Nyilassy

November 5-7, the Dinos women’s basketball team travelled westward ho to have dinner with the national champions of the last two years. First on the menu was an omelette large enough to feed the team. To make it they needed to break a giant Thunderbird egg. And not only did it break, but our fine… Continue reading Women’s basketball change the record

Preseason princesses

By The Lee Bogle and Sean Nyilassy

The Dinos women’s basketball team left another pile of crushed dreams and really tall sobbing post-adolescent girls at the Panda HoopFest tournament Oct. 22-24. With the body count now at six straight, the girls wrapped up their pre-season with a bang and another trophy. The first victim fell Friday night when our Dinos met the… Continue reading Preseason princesses

NHL? Dinos women’s hockey come to entertain

By Lee Bogle and Sean Nyilassy

The Dinos women’s hockey team is employing a tortoise’s strategy this year. They kicked off their regular season with a sloooow start. Falling behind the hare quickly, they attempted to come back. Unfortunately, it was too little, too late. The hares on Thu., Oct. 21 were the Red Deer College Queens. Midway through the second… Continue reading NHL? Dinos women’s hockey come to entertain

Cougar infiltrates Dinos shower room

By Lee Bogle and Sean Nyilassy

The historically mediocre University of Calgary women’s hockey team surpassed “Our” Lord’s expectations by reaching the Alberta College Athletic Conference final during their playoff run last March. Following a heartbreak loss to the Mount Royal College Cougars, Head Coach Julie Healy had only one comment regarding this season. “This is where we ended; we start… Continue reading Cougar infiltrates Dinos shower room

Six rookie ballers to make things right

By Lee Bogle and Sean Nyilassy

“We’re bigger, we’re deeper, and we’re a year older.” Women’s basketball Head Coach Shawnee Harle’s words are filled with meaning. Because you are stoopid, we will tell you that meaning: An import of height or growth hormones has left the team taller than ever. There is enough talent for red-shirts this year, keeping everyone hungry… Continue reading Six rookie ballers to make things right

In Father Time’s bad books

By Lee Bogle and Sean Nyilassy

As we sit back and reflect on the penultimate weekend of the University of Calgary women’s basketball team’s season, we wonder how the Dinos keep surprising us by lowering their standards and falling victim to teams such as the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns. Though Fri., Feb. 6 resulted in a W, had the opposition been… Continue reading In Father Time’s bad books