The University of Guelph men’s and women’s cross-country Gryphons swept the OUA championship team titles on the weekend.
Guelph runners earned the top three individual spots in the men’s race and four of the top five spots in both men’s and women’s.
Top-10 Gryphon runners in the men’s race were: Ross Proudfoot, first; Yves Sikubwabo, second; Andrew Nixon, third; Aaron Hendrikx, fifth.
Top-10 Gryphon runners on the women’s side: Genevieve Lalonde, first; Madeline Yungblut, third; Andrea Seccafien, fourth; Carise Thompson, fifth; Joanna Brown, eighth; Nadine Frost, ninth.
Proudfoot and Lalonde were named the male and female athletes of the week, respectively, in the OUA and in the CIS.
Men’s hockey: Guelph tripled up Wilfrid Laurier 6-2 Saturday.
Andy Bathgate had a hat trick, Justin Gvora scored twice and Cameron Odam had one. Thursday, Guelph lost 6-3 to
Waterloo. Bathgate and Brett Appio scored.
The Gryphons (3-4-1) visit Concordia Saturday.
Women’s hockey: Guelph had a 3-0 win over Ryerson and a 2-1 shootout loss against Toronto.
Kaitlyn Mora, Christine Grant, Averi Noonan and Talia Paone scored for the locals. Brooke Siddall got the shutout.
The Gryphons (5-2-1) host Waterloo Saturday at 2 p.m.
Men’s rugby: The Gryphons are hosting an OUA semifinal game on Sunday.
Guelph lost for the first time on the weekend, 13-0 to Queen’s.
Both teams finished tied in first with 7-1 records.
Game time Sunday, against an opponent which was to be determined Wednesday night, is at 1 p.m. at Varsity Field.
Field hockey: Guelph earned the OUA silver medal for the second straight year after a 5-2 loss to Toronto in the finals.
Allison Chute and Brittany Seidler scored for Guelph.
Both teams advance to this weekend’s CIS championships in Toronto.
Last week, Seidler was named the OUA Player of The Year while Chute earned the province’s Rookie
of the Year honour. Both were also named to the 2012 OUA All-Star Team.
Women’s lacrosse: The Gryphons got OUA silver after a 12-7 loss to Western in the battle for gold.
Dana Skyvington, Alyssa Nevills and Amy Johnson each scored twice, while Jade Sullivan had one.
Men’s lacrosse: Guelph topped Laurier 16-4 in playoff action Saturday.
Goals came from: Jordan Daradick, 4, Eric Hubert, 2, Connor Deuchars, 2, Joe Wasson, 2, Jordan Critch, Andrew Stoner, Taylor Brown, Mike Burke, Curtis Knight and Garrett Williams.
The win advances the Gryphons to the Baggataway Cup championship this weekend at Trent University.
Men’s volleyball: Guelph opened its season with a 3-2 home loss to Waterloo, losing 15-13 in the fifth set.
Winston Rosser had 17.5 points in the loss.
Guelph is at Windsor Friday at 8 p.m. to take on the Lancers.
Women’s volleyball: The Gryphons split a pair of matches, losing 3-0 to Windsor and beating McMaster 3-2.
Julie Gordon had seven points for Guelph in the loss and Nicole Collard had 18 in the win as Guelph battled back from a two-set deficit.
The Gryphons (1-2) are at Ottawa Saturday.