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The Bears return the core of the team that Serge Lajoie coached to the school's 16th National title last March losing only top 6 forward Jamie Crooks and swing man Dylan Bredo to graduation-Bredo played mostly defence, but moved to center after returning from a shoulder injury last season.
To start the season the Bears will be down a couple key bodies up front. Bottom-6 forward Cole Linaker will also be out a while as he still recovering from a significant lower body injury that limited him to eight Conference games last season.
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All three were dynaminc players in the WHL. This will be Philp's third season at Alberta and it could be his last as multiple NHL teams were scouting him last Spring. Cox, who scored points with Medicine Hat in ' last season was 4th in Canada West scroring last season. Sanford has yet to take his game to the next level since coming to USports. He scored 50 and 41 goals in back-to-back seasons in the WHL.
Herbers had terrific Powerplays at Alberta before leaving for the Oilers; Sanford, who is a shooter could benefit the most from Herbers return. In the wake of the early season absence of both Legault and Bailllie who had as a year old with Kelowna the Bears will expect Steven Owre and Brandon Magee to be consistent top-6 performers.
Owre was on the USports All-Rookie team last season. Magee is spirited player with offensive upside but has a reputation for being undisciplined in Junior and in USports-he was suspended for the University Cup last season; but could take his game to the next level under Herbers. Ongaro recorded six points in two Golden Bears wins, highlighted by a three goal, four point explosion against Saskatchewan on Sunday.
Ongaro paced the Alberta attack on Saturday, netting a pair of goals to lift the Golden Bears to a win over the Lethbridge Pronghorns. With the win, the Bears have already clinched top spot in the Prairie Division of Canada West, with three regular season games remaining. C, earning him the Sherlock Holmes Athlete of the Week award.
James led the Bears with 13 combined saves over their two games, as Alberta earned a win over Thompson Rivers and a scoreless draw against the Trinity Western Spartans.
His standout performance came on Friday night against the WolfPack, as he made a season-high eight saves, including a handful of highlight reel stops in the second half. James now leads Canada West with a 0. The Edmonton product is also now just one shutout away from tying the Canada West record which is currently held by former Victoria Vike Dominic Butcher with James already holds the conference records for games played 62 and wins James and the No.
Through his first three career Canada West games, Rosery has rushing yards on 20 carries, one reception for nine yards, and has returned six kickoffs for 90 total yards.
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His all-purpose yards are the third most on the Bears, behind Dryden Kalesnikoff and Ben Kopczynski. The Golden Bears will get the chance to earn redemption against Manitoba, as they host the Bisons this Friday night at Foote Field.
The Canada West all-star scored a pair of tries in the first half, while also adding a convert on her second major score, to lead the Pandas to their first win of the season.
The third-year Business student also played a crucial role in stopping the Pronghorns comeback late in the second half, adding a handful of key tackles inside their own 30 yard line. The game was also the first of two in the Ric Suggitt Cup, which honours the late coach who spent time with both rugby programs.
Wicklum and the Pandas will head on the road for the next two weeks of the season, before returning to Foote Field on October 4th for a match against the Calgary Dinos.
Sarkaria broke the Alberta program scoring record with the first of his two goals on Saturday, eclipsing the mark of 44 points set by former Bear Brett Colvin The third-year business student was also paramount in the Bears thrilling comeback win on Sunday over Lethbridge, scoring the game-winner in the 89th minute. The game-winner was the 11th of his career, which also set a new conference record. Following his dominant weekend, Sarkaria is now fourth all-time in Canada West scoring with 47 points 30 goals, 17 assists in 31 career conference games.
The Bears will host both Calgary and Mount Royal in their first two games at home this weekend. Legault recorded a tournament-leading seven points in three games in Fredericton, was named to the tournament all-star team, and was awarded the University Cup Tournament MVP.
Legault was also tremendous in the national final against the St. FX early in the opening period. This is also the second time in three weeks Cole has been named the University of Alberta's Athlete of the Week.
After tearing up the Canada West championships in Winnipeg with a three gold medal, record-setting performance, Cole followed that up with three national gold medals, while setting a new U SPORTS record in the men's meter dash.
Cole began his remarkable weekend with the record-setting performance on Friday, breaking a year old record in the men's m, surpassing the old record of Cole's time also set a new Dennis Fairall Fieldhouse record, and was his third time this season breaking the Bears program record, after he also set a new Canada West Championship record two weeks ago at On the final day, Cole added another two gold medals, one in the 4xm relay, and another in the 4xm relay, before being named one of two co-Athletes of the Meet.
Thanks to Cole's efforts, the Bears earned a national team silver medal, their best finish at the national championship since winning inand first team medal since earning a bronze in Cole finished the conference championships with gold medals in the m dash, 4xm relay, and 4xm relay, helping the Bears win their first Canada West banner since The Sherwood Park, AB product followed that up with strong performances in both the 4x and 4x relays, as the Bears narrowly edged the host Bisons in the 4x, and the Huskies in the 4x for gold.
Orysiuk finished with 66 assists, seven aces, ten digs and three kills as the Pandas finished their season with six-straight wins to jump into fourth in Canada West with a record. Thanks to her strong weekend, the fifth-year Panda was also able to set new Canada West records for assists in a single season withand a new program record for aces in a season with The Edmonton, AB product finished with game-highs of 33 assists in each of the Pandas wins over the Bobcats, with her strongest performance coming on Saturday, as she also added three aces and seven digs.
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Orysiuk and the No. Wong was one of four Bears to capture gold medals in their individual weight class, and the only rookie. The Canada West first place finish is his third gold medal and fourth podium finish this season, to go along with golds at the Dino Invitational and Golden Bears Open. Both Allen and Calef added to their already stellar seasons, breaking the University of Alberta program records in their respective disciplines at the University of Manitoba Bison Open.
Allen's jump was also the highest in Canada this season, ten centimeters more than Filipek's jump of 5. Calef, meanwhile, set the new Bears record in the Men's High Jump, winning the Bison Open competition with a jump of 2. His jump broke one of the oldest records in Bears program history, which was previous set at 2.
Calef's mark of 2. Both Allen and Calef will lead the No.
Following the stellar weekend, Owre has jumped into tenth in Canada West with 23 points in 24 games, while leading all rookies in goals 14 and points.