The University of Winnipeg Wesmen went west to find their latest recruit in 6’7″ forward Riley Paul.
The Neelin High School graduate out of Brandon will make up the first piece of Wesmen basketball coach Mike Raimbault‘s 2018-19 recruiting class.
WINNIPEG — What a year it was for Manitoba Bisons‘ Venla Hovi.
Fresh off a bronze medal win for Team Finland at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, the University of Manitoba hockey forward returned to her local rink and helped propel the team to a national championship win.
University of Winnipeg Wesmen basketball forward Lena Wenke has won the U SPORTS Tracy MacLeod Award.
The third-year Germany native picked up the honour Wednesday night during a national championship awards ceremony in Regina.
WINNIPEG — The playoff drought for the Manitoba Bisons is officially over as the women’s basketball squad suits up for the post-season this weekend for the first time in eight years.
It’s the first time the Herd will have played in the playoffs since head coach Michele Sung (Hynes) took over from Pam Danis in 2014. Before then, Sung would have been a player on the team herself when Manitoba qualified for a playoff spot.
The Winnipeg Wesmen want to share their playoff celebrations with a youth basketball team in the province.
The University of Winnipeg basketball squad is holding a contest to reward one lucky youth team with the chance to party in the Duckworth Centre’s corporate suite with pizza and drinks at Thursday night’s Wesmen playoff games.
WINNIPEG — It’s a cross-town rivalry in its 27th year and it’s never been stronger.
The annual Duckworth Challenge continues tonight as the University of Manitoba and University of Winnipeg battle it out on the volleyball court on Wesmen turf (Dr. David F. Anderson Gymnasium).
WINNIPEG — They’re calling it “Super Saturday” on the University of Manitoba campus this weekend.
The Manitoba Bisons are in action in three different sports, with both basketball and volleyball teams taking to the court at Investors Group Athletic Centre, while the women’s hockey squad faces off at Wayne Fleming Arena.
Sisler Spartans’ Don Dayrit has committed to the University of Wesmen men’s basketball team.
The 6’0″ guard is a Winnipeg native and averaged 27.9 points and four rebounds per game while connecting on 48 percent from the field and 84 percent from the free throw line.
WINNIPEG — Coming off a recent high school basketball championship win, Wyatt Tait is going out on top.
The Oak Park product is a two-time hoops champ and committed his talents to the University of Manitoba Bisons on Thursday.