The University of Guelph Gryphons women’s rugby team, the defending national champs, steamrolled over Wilfrid Laurier 91-0 at home on Sunday.
Trys came from: Caitlin Beaton, 3, Britt Benn, 3, Jaymi Blodgett, MacKenzie Higgs, 2, Bronwyn McRone, Caitlin McNally, 2, Dominique Monaghan, 2 and Brittany Priddle. Converts: Higgs, 3, Stephanie Tibelius, 5.
Guelph opened its season last Wednesday with a 53-8 home win over McMaster.
Trys: Benn, 3, Morganne Linthwaite, McCrone, McNally, 2, Samantha Pepper. Converts: Tibelius, 4.
Guelph (2-0) visits Waterloo (2-0) Saturday for a 1 p.m. game.
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Men’s soccer: Robbie Murphy, the CIS men’s soccer player of the year last season, scored four times in a 5-1 win by the Gryphons over UOIT on Friday night at home.
Michael Bijman also scored for Guelph.
The Gryphons (2-1-0) visit McMaster (3-0-0) Saturday for a 3:15 p.m. game.
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Women’s soccer: The University of Guelph women’s soccer Gryphons got a pair of goals from Alexandra Harriss in a 2-1 home win over UOIT Friday night.
Guelph (2-1-0) visits McMaster (2-1-0) Saturday for a 1 p.m. game.
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Men’s rugby: Like the women’s Gryphons, the men’s rugby team is also off to a 2-0 start this season.
On Sunday, Guelph earned a 42-17 road win over McMaster and got seven trys from seven different players.
Trys: Byron Boville, Graeme Mahar, Jeffrey McKenzie, Robert Paris, P. Sinel, Braden Stubel, Nicholas Walters. Converts: Joe Newman, 4.
The Gryphons opened their season with a 45-0 home win over Wilfrid Laurier last Wednesday.
Trys: Boville, Adam Maahs, 2, Mahar, 2, McKenzie, Paris, Walters. Converts: Newman, Jonathan West, 4.
The Gryphons (2-0) host Western (1-0) on Friday at 8 p.m.
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Baseball: The Gryphons are off to a 3-0 start, beating Laurier 8-5, Queen’s 12-1 and Brock 8-2. Against Queen’s, Ryan Thompson pitched a complete game and Guelph native Justin Interisano had a three-run home run.
Guelph plays its home opener Wednesday against Waterloo. Opening pitch is 7 p.m. at Hastings Stadium.