After becoming the first Nike school in Canada in 2012, McMaster Director of Athletics and Recreation Glen Grunwald is pleased to announce that the two sides have agreed on a new partnership agreement. The new deal will see Nike continue as the exclusive supplier of footwear, uniforms, and equipment for McMaster varsity teams. The agreement will continue to be serviced through local distributor T. Litzen Sports in Dundas.
Challenger Baseball is a program run through the Jays Care Foundation, as an all-inclusive Baseball program for youth with intellectual and/or physical disabilities. This is a nationwide program with currently 73 leagues across Canada with Thunder Bay joining the program this summer.
Carleton Ravens men’s basketball player Connor Wood (Guelph, ON), who was named the U SPORTS Player of the Year in 2016-17, has been selected to the roster that will represent Canada at the international tournament to be held in Tapei, Taiwan from July 14-23, 2017.
Former Lakehead Thunderwolves coach Scott Morrison can now call the NBA home.
Morrison told CBC Prince Edward Island he got the news from Boston coach Brad Stevens after the Boston Celtics were eliminated in the third round of the NBA playoffs.
After one of the best seasons in team history, the McMaster women's basketball team will face a new challenge as it enters the international arena with a trip to the Buddha Light International Association (BLIA) Cup tournament, July 25-30, at the Kaohsiung Arena in Taiwan.
The University of Kentucky’s star-studded basketball team is weighing a trip north after a request from the White House’s pick as U.S. ambassador.
It was announced Thursday that Kelly Craft is the U.S. government’s nominee for the next ambassador to Canada. Craft and her husband, billionaire Joe Craft, are major donors to the University of Kentucky men’s basketball program, which practises at the Joe Craft athletic centre on campus.
BURLINGTON, Ont. – Ontario University Athletics (OUA) announced Friday the appointment of two new members to its Management Committee, as well as the full slate of officers and board members for the upcoming 2017-18 season.
ATLANTA, Georgia - The women's volleyball 24/7 documentary series, produced by fourth year Film Studies student Elwin van Alst has won the Sports Video Group (SVG) Outstanding Program Series, Collegiate Student category.
Kat Kennedy went wire-to-wire to lead the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds to their second consecutive Canadian University/College Championship, while Baptiste Mory helped the Université Laval Rouge et Or hold on to win the men’s division at Tangle Creek Golf & Country Club on Thursday.
GUELPH, ON (May 18, 2017) The University of Guelph has entered into a new, multi-year relationship with Rogers Media to award scholarships as well as support multimedia and digital media training, development, and production at the university.
TORONTO - Team Canada's Roy Rana and members of Ryerson's men's basketball team traveled to Senegal, West Africa to participate in the annual Hoop Forum courtesy of SEED Project (Sports for Education and Economic Development). The event took place from May 4 to May 7 and provided a weekend of basketball, social impact and cultural enrichment.