Archive for the ‘Western Mustangs’ Category
An extended and exclusive exchange between two of the most successful coaches to ever grace the gates of Western.
In this story: Larry Haylor, Craig Boydell
The Western Mustangs swept a pair this weekend to improve to 5-3 under new coach Pat Powers. They have eight new players on the roster, but the pressure remains on to compete with the best teams in Canada.
In this story: Pat Powers, Matt Clarke, Dan Erlich
Two of the Mustangs leaders said goodbye to their OUA careers Saturday in Hamilton.
In this story: Greg Marshall, Donnie Marshall, Mike Van Praet
McMaster is off to its second straight Yates Cup after a CIS Record 19th straight win. Western’s run of five straight Cup appearances is over, and so are the careers of some key Mustangs. Brent Lale has the post game reaction from Ron Joyce Stadium in Hamilton.
In this story: Greg Marshall, Mike Dicroce, Brent Lale
Garret Sanvido has missed the past two weeks with a hip flexor, but before that he amassed over 1000 yards rushing in 7 games. That was good enough to lead the OUA, with Sanvido back for the Stangs, could this be the key for an upset of McMaster?
In this story: Greg Marshall
As they inch closer to their second straight key playoff showdown, Western hopes there is revenge on the menu.
In this story: Donnie Marshall, Mike Van Praet, Matt Uren, Greg Marshall
Western Football Story Archive
Will finch is the man under centre for this weekends OUA Football semi final against Mcmaster, the big guys in front of him will play a huge role in the success of that game.
In this story: Chris Bertoia
Rookie Will Finch will be under centre when Western faces top ranked McMaster Saturday. Is the kid ready to slay the beast? And get the Mustangs to their sixth straight Yates Cup?
In this story: Donnie Marshall
Western Mustang Matt Uren set an OUA Playoff record with four touchdown receptions in a 56-35 win over Windsor. The Mustangs move on to face McMaster in the semifinals, while Windsor’s season is over.
Interviews: Matt Uren, Greg Marshall, Joe D’Amore
The Windsor Lancers will try to get back on track in the first round of OUA football playoffs. The Lancers have dropped three straight games heading into the post season, and will face long time rival Western.
In this story: Joe D’amore, Jordan Brescacin, Matt Mcgarva
Meanwhile the Mustangs are gaining momentum and confidence with rookie quarterback Will Finch under centre. Western’s young pivot has thrown 5 touchdowns since taking over for Donnie Marshall a couple of weeks ago.
In this story: Greg Marshall, Brian Marshall, Beau Landry