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096October 24, 2017 - MEN’S SOCCER OPEN OCAA CHAMPIONSHIP THURSDAY AFTERNOON AGAINST NIAGARA

George Brown men’s soccer (7-3-1, 2nd central) will open the 2017 OCAA Soccer Championship on Thursday afternoon against the Niagara Knights (7-2-2, 2nd west).The Huskies qualified for the Championship via a 7-0 crossover win over Redeemer, a victory that saw George Brown’s goal diffe...
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00998October 24, 2017 - FREEMAN, WEATHERS LEAD HUSKIES CROSS COUNTRY INTO 2017 PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP

George Brown cross country has had a 2017 season chalk full of impressive individual and team performances, and they will look to carry that momentum into Saturday’s Provincial Championship at Fanshawe College. Pacing the way thus far has been the impressive women’s duo of Jenna Freema...
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00765October 23, 2017 - JEROME BAKER, APRILLE DEUS NAMED HUSKIES ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Jerome Baker (Men’s Soccer)The Redeemer Royals backline had no answer for Baker in George Brown’s 7-0 crossover win on Saturday night, as the 6’0” striker repeatedly made the visitors defense pay. Baker netted the Huskies third goal of the night in the seventeenth minute, and made one o...
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0011October 23, 2017 - HUSKIES WEEK AT A GLANCE: OCTOBER 23-29

Men’s Soccer (7-3-1, 2nd central)  Thursday, October 26 @ OCAA Championship vs. Niagara Knights (7-2-2), 12pm Friday, October 27 @ OCAA Championship – TBDSaturday, October 28 @ OCAA Championship – TBDMen’s Basketball (2-0, 1st east)Friday, October 27 @ St. Lawrence (0-1), 8pmSaturday, Oc...
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Tianna Sullivan 2017 season openerOctober 21, 2017 - HUSKIES BASKETBALL OVERWHELMS ALGONQUIN ON SEASON OPENING WEEKEND

George Brown's basketball program went hard out the gates to begin 2017-18, with both Huskies squads earning wins against the visiting Algonquin Thunder. Not to be outdone by the men's near-perfect win yesterday, the women's team put forward an impressive, exhilarating 80-64 victory in ...
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0034October 21, 2017 - MEN'S SOCCER PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIP BOUND AFTER 7-0 WIN OVER REDEEMER

Playing in a do-or-die crossover game on Saturday night, George Brown men's soccer more than answered the bell in a dominant 7-0 route of Redeemer. The Huskies set the tone early, as Jacob Yankey, Jerome Baker, and Filipe Vilela all found the back of the net in the opening twenty minut...
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0088October 20, 2017 - HUSKIES SOCCER WILL HOST REDEEMER SATURDAY NIGHT IN MUST-WIN CROSSOVER GAME

George Brown men’s soccer (6-3-1, 2nd central) will play host to the Redeemer Royals (4-4-2, 4th west) on Saturday night in a must-win crossover game, with the winner advancing to the OCAA Championship. The game is scheduled to kick-off at 8:15pm at Esther Shiner Stadium.The Huskies f...
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000October 20, 2017 - PETRONIS STARS IN HUSKIES DEBUT AS GEORGE BROWN ROLLS TO 107-63 SEASON-OPENING WIN

Making his regular-season debut for George Brown men’s basketball, Alex Petronis showed why his introduction to the program has been so highly anticipated with a 20-point outing in a dominant 107-63 win over La Cite Friday night.“It’s funny, he texted me yesterday and said it’s Alex re...
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00986October 19, 2017 - HUSKIES BASKETBALL LOOK TO CONTINUE BUILDING ON NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP APPEARANCE

Coming off the programs most successful season in over four decades, George Brown men’s basketball will play host to La Cite on Friday night in their 2017/18 regular season opener.“I think that last year earned us a lot of respect, particularly the provincial championship game against S...
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0056October 19, 2017 - HUSKIES OUTFIELDER ANTHONY BUONAIUTO NAMED 2017 OCAA BASEBALL ALL-STAR

Huskies outfielder Anthony Buonaiuto was rewarded for a standout 2017 season on Thursday night in Windsor, as the Toronto native was named an OCAA (Ontario Colleges Athletic Association) baseball all-star. The 6’3” heart of the order bat ranked among the provinces top-twenty in batting...
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