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08October 10, 2017 - HUSKIES BASEBALL BEGIN SIX-GAME HOMESTAND TONIGHT AGAINST DURHAM

George Brown men’s baseball (2-12, 6th OCAA) open a six-game homestand on Tuesday night against the Durham Lords (9-5, 3rd OCAA) at Christie Pits.  The Huskies are looking to bounce back after dropping a contentious pair to the Lords on Saturday. After falling behind 6-1 in game two, Geo...
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099October 10, 2017 - D’ARTANIEL JACKMAN, FILIPE VILELA EARN HUSKIES ATHLETE OF THE WEEK HONOURS

D’Artaniel Jackman (Men’s Volleyball)Jackman, a 2016/17 OCAA All-Star at the outside hitter position, picked up right where he left off in the season-opening Durham College Adidas Classic. The 6’3” Toronto native led the Huskies to an undefeated six-game run (4-0-2), including reeling ...
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04October 7, 2017 - HUSKIES MEN’S VOLLEYBALL CAPTURE TITLE AT SEASON OPENING DURHAM COLLEGE ADIDAS CUP

UPDATE: George Brown men’s volleyball got the 2017/18 season off to an impressive start on Saturday night, taking home a gold medal at the Durham College Adidas Cup. Facing stiff competition, the Huskies earned a finals birth thanks to a 3-0-2 record in their opening five matches, includin...
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Dalmar Ali-1October 7, 2017 - SHIELD BREAKERS: BALANCED ATTACK EARNS HUSKIES 6-1 WIN AGAINST CAMBRIAN

Huskies soccer paid Sudbury a visit on Friday, and as George Brown's host Cambrian Golden Shield announced prior to each match, it was a beautiful day for the beautiful game.Both George Brown's men's and women's squads stepped onto the pitch looking rather sharp in pink socks and lace...
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Jake BenjaminOctober 7, 2017 - HUSKIES HOLD THEIR OWN IN TIGHT DOUBLEHEADER LOSS TO DURHAM

Coming off a tough showing against the league-leading Humber Hawks, George Brown's varsity baseball team responded on Saturday with a tenacious, if at times bumpy effort versus the Durham Lords.Playing an afternoon doubleheader at Oshawa's Kinsmen Civic Memorial Stadium, game one proved...
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5October 6, 2017 - HUSKIES BASEBALL LOOKING TO REVERSE FORTUNES IN VISIT TO DURHAM ON SATURDAY

George Brown baseball (2-10, 6th OCAA) will pay a visit to the Durham Lords on Saturday for a doubleheader, the first half of a home-and-home series.Despite the losing record, George Brown has improved leaps and bounds from a year ago. Tuesday night’s game one loss to Humber encapsulat...
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8October 5, 2017 - MEN'S BASKETBALL IMPRESS AT DAWSON CLASSIC, GO UNDEFEATED OVER THREE DAYS

UPDATE: Despite going undefeated, George Brown men's basketball narrowly missed out on the Dawson Classic Championship game on Sunday.After a 95-95 tie against the host Dawson Blues to open the weekend, the Huskies earned consecutive wins over Vanier, 69-67, and Outaouais 71-61. Only the t...
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9October 4, 2017 - No. 13 MEN’S SOCCER LOOKING TO COMPLETE SEASON SWEEP OF CAMBRIAN ON FRIDAY

George Brown soccer hits the road on Friday to pay a visit to the Cambrian Golden Shield, closing the two-game season series. The men’s team (4-1-1, 2nd central) are looking to stay perfect away from home, where they have given up just one goal and will play three of their final four g...
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Dennis Quesnel 1October 4, 2017 - PASSION AND INCLUSIVENESS HALLMARKS OF HUSKIES DODGEBALL HEAD COACH DENNIS QUESNEL

Extramural programs pride themselves on being a potential launching pad into sports never before played by students, and rightly so. The motley crew of experience and skill levels which participates in extramurals is one of its truly remarkable features.Of course, this task presents it...
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31lamanaOctober 3, 2017 - LAMANNA SPINS SIX-INNING GEM BUT HUSKIES BASEBALL DROP PAIR TO HUMBER

Despite some excellent work on the mound, George Brown baseball fell to 2-10 on the season after dropping a pair to Humber on Tuesday night. Starter John Lamanna was the story of game one, spinning a six-inning gem. The 6’2” righty was dominant from the jump, with a two-run homer the only ...
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