Gryphons 53, Warriors 49
The Gryphons won a barn-burner in Waterloo, coming from behind to defeat the Warriors in the last few seconds of play. Veteran running back, Johnny Augustine, scored a season-saving touchdown in the final minute of the game to ensure their victory. The Gryphons face a tough Laurier squad following their bye week this coming weekend.
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Women’s Hockey vs. St. Francis Xavier // Northern Alberta Institute of Technology // York
Gryphons 3, X-Women 4
Gryphons 4, Ooks 0
Gryphons 4, Lions 3
The Gryphons were busy with three exhibition games this past weekend, going 2-1. The Gryphons lost against the East Coast St. FX squad in Clinton, Ont. The next day, the Gryphons rebounded at the Gryphon Centre where they shutout the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology squad, and then defeated the York Lions on Saturday. The Gryphons have two more exhibition games before their home opener against Ryerson on Oct. 19.
Women’s Lacrosse vs. Trent // Toronto // Queens
Gryphons 2, Excalibur 14
Gryphons 4, Varsity Blues 18
Gryphons 6, Golden Gaels 16
The Gryphons dropped three games at home last Saturday, being outscored by 36 goals. Currently, the Gryphons have dropped their record to 1-4-1, but have the chance to revitalize their season next weekend when they go up against the Laurier Golden Hawks.
Men’s Lacrosse at Toronto // vs. Brock
Gryphons 11, Varsity Blues 7
Gryphons 7, Badgers 8
The Gryphons improved their record to 4-3 with a win over the Toronto Varsity Blues and lost against Brock at home on Sunday. The Gryphons look to avoid dropping to an even .500 against the Laurier Golden Hawks on Wednesday.
Women’s Soccer vs. Laurier
Gryphons 0, Golden Hawks 0
The Gryphons secured a point at home in a nil-nil tie against the Golden Hawks. The result leaves the Gryphons with a 6-3-2 record tied in the standings with the neighbouring Golden Hawks.
Men’s Soccer vs. Laurier
Gryphons 3, Golden Hawks 1
An important victory against the Laurier Golden Hawks elevates the Gryphons to 8-2-1 and ensures that the Gryphon squad stays neck and neck with fellow OUA West leaders McMaster and York. All three teams share the same record at the top of the OUA West Division.
Field Hockey vs. Western
Gryphons 2, Mustangs 0
The Gryphons shut out the Mustangs in Toronto this weekend securing a 2-0 victory. The Gryphons raise their record to 3-1-2 and trail the York Lions by 10 points for the top of the OUA Division. The Gryphons hope to gain traction against the Lions in their head-to-head matchup next Wednesday.
Men’s Baseball at McMaster // vs. Waterloo
Gryphons 3, Marauders 2
Gryphons 14, Marauders 5
Gryphons 5, Warriors 2
Gryphons 7, Warriors 3
The Gryphons went undefeated over the weekend, winning two games in Hamilton against the Marauders, and defeating the Warriors at Hastings Field twice on Sunday. The four wins propel the Gryphons to .500 at 6-6. The Gryphons hope to continue turning their season around this coming Friday against Brock.
Women’s Rugby vs. McMaster
Gryphons 35, Marauders 19
The Gryphons continue their OUA West dominance and undefeated record in a big victory at home. At 4-0, the Gryphons obtain home-field advantage for the OUA semifinals, taking place on Oct. 14.
Men’s Rugby at Queens
Gryphons 26, Golden Gaels 34
The Gryphons suffered their first loss of the season in a rematch of last year’s OUA championship. The Gryphons hope to bounce back against Laurier this Friday.
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