By Andrew Ross

Talent: AAs Blondal mentioned earlier this season the women’s team has developed and the Dinos are a stronger all-around team because of it. This year was the first year they had a full roster attending the CIS Championship. With 18 women and 19 men qualified, the team made some difficult decisions and shaved the men’s… Continue reading Swimming

Men’s Hockey

By Еvan Osentоn

Talent: BOh, there’s no shortage of talent on this team. It sure is great that Calgary beats UBC and Brandon more often than not, but in order to go anywhere in the CIS they must step up their game. The most pressing area in need of improvement is defence-the team’s Achilles heel. Mike Muzechka managed… Continue reading Men’s Hockey

Track and Field

By Sean Nyilassy

Talent: A-From sprinters to throwers, distance runners to jumpers, the 2001/02 chapter of Dinos track and field proved to the country that they can trade punches with anyone. Be it Canada West Athlete of the Year Samantha Anderson who placed second-and should’ve won the whole damn thing-in the CIS pentathlon, or Darren Clarke who played… Continue reading Track and Field

Women’s Basketball

By Ryan Laverty

Talent: B+There is old and new, developed and developing talent on this team. The Dinos women’s basketball team, with Jen Goldade and Natalie Hudec as the two veterans and some rookies with great potential, has a lot of talent around.However, departing talent has to be replaced by other strong players and everyone on the team… Continue reading Women’s Basketball

Women’s Hockey

By Ryan Laverty

Talent: C-Two years after the fact, this Dinos squad is still feeling the ravaging effects of a Canada West rule prohibiting AAA players from also playing university hockey. The majority of the team is made up of former ringette players, a game played on ice, but a far cry from hockey. The goaltending is strong,… Continue reading Women’s Hockey