The semi-final match of the Carleton University Intercollegiate kendo championship, basic skills division. McGill University A Carleton A.
After winning game 1 on the road in the 3rd overtime period, 4-3, the 5th ranked Stingers won game 2 in convincing fashion, 3-1, to sweep the best of 3 series, ...
Meisenheimer finally got the Ravens on the board at 13:27 of the 3rd period to cut Concordia's lead to 3-1 in game 2 of the series.
Nichols tried his best to keep his team in the game with this big pad save in the 3rd period of game 2 of the OUA East semi-final. The Ravens were trailing 3-0 at ...
His 2nd goal of the game, at 19:24 of the 2nd period, gave the Stingers a 3-0 lead over the Ravens in game 2 of the series.
The Stingers goalie came up big again late in the 2nd period to keep the score at 2-0 in favour of Concordia in game 2 of the series.
His goal at 15:04 of the 2nd period gave Concordia a 2-0 lead in game 2 of the series.
This big save in the 2nd period kept the score at 1-0 for the Stingers in game 2 of the OUA East semi-final.
His goal at 8:13 of the 2nd period gave Concordia a 1-0 lead in game 2 of the series.
The Carleton Ravens are the athletic teams that represent Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario. The most notable sports team for Carleton is the men's basketball team.
The Carleton Knights football team represents Carleton College in college football at the NCAA Division III level. The program was started in 1883 and was very successful through the early 1960s, winning over 20 conference championships from 1895 to 1956.
McGill is a surname of Scottish and Irish origin, from which the names of many places and organizations are derived.
McGill University is a public research university in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was established in 1821 by royal charter, granted by King George IV. The university bears the name of James McGill, a Montreal merchant originally from Scotland whose bequest in 1813 formed the university's precursor, McGill College.
The McGillicuddy Serious Party was a satirical political party in New Zealand in the late 20th century. Between 1984 and 1999, it provided "colour" to ensure that citizens not take the political process too seriously.
The Faculty of Law is one of the professional graduate schools of McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. It is the oldest law school in Canada, and continually ranks among the best law schools in the world.
The Faculty of Medicine is one of the constituent faculties of McGill University. It was established in 1829 after the Montreal Medical Institution was incorporated into McGill College as the College's first faculty; it was the first medical faculty to be established in Canada.
McGill University's Solar Car Team was composed of students from the faculties of Engineering and Computer Science. From 1990 - 2010, the team designed, built, tested and raced 3 generations of solar vehicles in international competitions.
The McGill Team and McGill Martlets are the athletic teams that represent McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
The Faculty of Engineering is one of the constituent faculties of the McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in chemical, civil, computer, electrical, mechanical, bio-engineering, materials and mining engineering, as well as the schools of architecture and urban planning. The faculty also teaches courses in bio-resource engineering and in biomedical engineering (Faculty of Medicine) at the masters level.
The School of Computer Science is an academic department in the Faculty of Science at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The school is the second most funded computer science department in Canada.
McGill's Bus Services is a bus operator based in West Central Scotland. The company headquarters are situated in Greenock, Inverclyde.
Carleton may refer to: