Linking the country: Finally, a Hamilton that won't let you down

As you join Fred Eisenberger in pointing and laughing ...

Some thoughts from Varsity Reds men's volleyball coach Dan McMorran. (The Brunswickan)

A profile of Regina's leading scorer, Paul Gareau. (The Leader-Post)

Wait a second, Brock beat Windsor in men's basketball?! (Took a few days to register.) That leaves Lakehead as the only team who hasn't lost to one of the fourth-through-eighth-place teams in the OUA West--all the more reason for the Lancers to bounce back this weekend in the Thunderdome. (St. Catharines Standard, Brock Press)

Lakers hockey coach Mike McParland and his team came away with four points in their RMC weekend, and he is not criticizing the officials whatsoever, just saying "the referee was probably responsible in bringing out a little bit more intensity" and that he "was afraid for the guys' safety." (North Bay Nugget)

San Jose Sharks goaltender Jordan White played a couple of games with UBC this weekend. (Vancouver Sun)

Tough season for the Cougars, who "need to have a consistent effort" and "lack maturity" at times and "don't seem to have the ability to focus for 60 minutes", according to their coach, Sarah Hodges. (The Leader-Post)

Did Ian Hamilton get paid by the byline this week? Here's another on the Regina Rams' football recruiting. (The Leader-Post)
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