Canadian women salvage pride

Canada’s women’s volleyball team finished the 2003 Summer Universiade in South Korea with one more win under their belts, an 11th place standing and a good helping of Canadian pride. The women closed out their tournament on Sat., Aug. 30 with a close 3-2 win over the Italian squad. The U of C’s Amanda Moppett… Continue reading Canadian women salvage pride

Canada to vye for 11th

The Canadian women’s volleyball team made a heroic showing, but let a 2-0 lead slip away on Sat., Aug. 30. The team lost 3-2 to the more experienced Japanese team at the 2003 Summer Universiade in Daegu. This match was a much anticipated event for the Canadians, having spent a week in Osaka in August… Continue reading Canada to vye for 11th

Men’s volleyball team

Team Canada failed to regain their momentum on Aug. 29th, falling 3 sets to 2 against Turkey in men’s volleyball. After a loss to the experienced players from Japan the previous night, the Canadians were not able to take the win in the consolation round. Turkey dominated the first set early on, gaining an 18-11… Continue reading Men’s volleyball team

Canadian Soccer women place tenth at Universide

The Canadian soccer women fell 2-1 to the German squad on Thu., Aug. 28, giving them a tenth place standing in the 2003 Summer Universiade in Daegu, South Korea. The team battled hard but were unable to overcome the German defense. The game was the team’s fourth at Universiade. They lost their opener to South… Continue reading Canadian Soccer women place tenth at Universide

Canadian Men’s Volleyball team out of medals at Universiade

Team Canada was on a roll, but was unable to stop a Japanese attack. After building some strong momentum earlier in the tournament, Japan removed any chance the Canadian men’s volleyball team had of taking home a medal Thursday night at the 2003 Summer Universiade in Daegu, South Korea. The Japanese team won the game… Continue reading Canadian Men’s Volleyball team out of medals at Universiade

Canada’s Women set up for consolation round in Dageu

With round-robin play coming to an end today at the Universiade games, Canada’s women’s volleyball team has a lot to look back on in their two days off before the medal and consolation rounds start on Thursday. After losses to Spain and South Korea in the first two games, and a strong win over Hong… Continue reading Canada’s Women set up for consolation round in Dageu