Both the University of Guelph men’s and women’s hockey Gryphons had big weekend wins on home ice.
The men’s Gryphons topped Windsor 4-1 on Saturday night in a game where one point separated the teams in the standings.
With the win, Guelph improved to 16-8-2 for 34 points, one more than Windsor.
The Gryphons are tied for second in the OUA West with Lakehead. Western leads with 41 points.
Matthew Lyall scored a pair of goals for the Gryphons in the victory and singles came from Nicklas Huard and Jon-Thomas MacDonald.
The Gryphons visit Wilfrid Laurier (13-11-2) on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
Women’s hockey: The Gryphons knocked off the OUA’s top team, Wilfrid Laurier, on Sunday afternoon in what was Guelph’s 12th straight victory.
Scoring in the 3-2 win for the Gryphons were Jessica Pinkerton, Hillary Walsh and Averi Nooren, whose game-winning goal came with less than a minute to play in the third period. First-place Laurier fell to 20-2-3 with the loss and second-place Guelph improved to 19-3-2.
The Gryphons visit Ryerson (2-21-1) on Saturday for a 4 p.m. game.
Men’s volleyball: Guelph fell 3-2 at Waterloo Friday night against the Warriors, narrowly losing 15-13 in the fifth and deciding set.
Gryphon rookie Tim Warnholtz, a Guelph CVI grad, had the most points from either team in the match as he had 21.5.
Guelph (4-12) hosts Western (12-4) Friday at 8 p.m.
Women’s volleyball: The Gryphons lost 3-0 to the Waterloo Warriors Friday on the road.
Julie Gordon had 13 points in the loss.
The Gryphons (4-12) host Western (8-8) Friday at 6 p.m.