Gryphon Scoreboard

Gryphon Scoreboard

Men’s Baseball

Gryphons 0, Badgers 6

Gryphons 1, Badgers 3

The Gryphons dropped two at home last Friday against a tough Brock Badgers squad that currently sits at the top of the OUA standings. The loss lowers the Gryphons to an even .500, at an 8-8 record. The Gryphons are currently in the middle of the pack headed into the OUA championship tournament next weekend in Toronto.   

Field Hockey 

Gryphons 4, Warriors 0

The Gryphons shutout the Warriors on the road in Waterloo last Friday raising their record to 4-1-2. The Gryphons remain in second place behind the 8-0 York Lions. The Gryphons hope to deliver the Lions their first loss of the season at home on Wednesday.

Women’s Hockey 

Gryphons 1, Golden Hawks 3

The Gryphons won another exhibition game at home in the Gryphons Centre. The Gryphons are looking strong going into their home-opener slated for Oct. 19 against the Ryerson Rams.

Women’s Lacrosse 

Gryphons 8, Badgers 12

Gryphons 3, Golden Hawks 14

Two losses in Waterloo last Saturday drop the Gryphons record to 1-9-1. The Gryphons hope to find something positive in their last two games of the season next Sunday in Waterloo against the York Lions and UOIT Ridgebacks.

Men’s Lacrosse 

Gryphons 17, Golden Hawks 4

An offensive flurry gave the Gryphons the victory last Wednesday at home. The victory elevates their record to 5-3, and leaves the Gryphons four points behind second-place Brock in the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association (CUFLA) West division. The Gryphons are set to play the McMaster Marauders next Friday in Hamilton.

Men’s Rugby 

Gryphons 52, Golden Hawks 0

The Gryphons dominate the Golden Hawks in a blowout victory at home. The win increases the Gryphons’ record to 4-1 and keeps them in a close second place to their OUA rivals, the Queen’s Golden Gaels. The Gryphons play the Trent Excalibur next Saturday in Peterborough.

Women’s Soccer 

Gryphons 0, Badgers 1

The Gryphons lacked offensive finishes and got shutout in their game against the Brock Badgers last Friday. The loss lowers the Gryphons’ record to 7-3-2 and puts the Gryphons tied for second with the Laurier Golden Hawks in the OUA West division.

Men’s Soccer 

Gryphons 2, Badgers 1

The Gryphons won a close game against the Badgers. The win keeps the Gryphons behind the York Lions’ heels for first place in the OUA West Division. The Gryphons currently sit in second, three points behind a York Lions squad with 31 points. However, the Lions currently have played one more game than the Gryphons.

Men’s Volleyball 

Gryphons 1, Western Spartans 3

Gryphons 0, Golden Bears 3

Gryphons 1, Rouge et Or 3

The men’s volleyball squad dropped all three games against three out-of-province universities at the Gryphons invitational last weekend. The Gryphons take only two sets throughout the weekend. However, the Gryphons lost six of their nine sets by five points or less. The team plays their last preseason game against the Toronto Varsity Blues on Friday Oct. 20 at home.

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