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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old November 5th, 2002, 08:31 Thread Starter
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CIS Soccer Championships

The CIS (University) Soccer Championships will be held this coming Thursday to Sunday.

The Men's tournament takes place in Ottawa, hosted by Carleton University.

Six teams in two pools:

Pool A
UPEI
McGill
Carleton

Pool B
Brock
Toronto
Victoria

Each pool will play a round-robin series of 3 games, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
There will be some TV coverage on Saturday Nov. 9 on Rogers Cable Channel 10 in Ontario: see later post below for details.

The First and Third Place games will be played on Sunday. The First Place Game will be live on Sportsnet at 12 noon EST in all markets.
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The Women's tournament takes place in Edmonton, hosted by University of Alberta.

Six teams in two pools:

Pool A
UBC
St. Mary's
Western Ontario

Pool B
Laval
Queen's
Alberta

Each pool will play a round-robin series of 3 games, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.

The First and Third Place games will be played on Sunday. The First Place Game will be shown on Sportsnet on tape delay at various times: 7 pm Pacific; 8 pm Mountain; 8 pm Eastern, (except Ontario, which will be at 11:30 pm., and again at 3 pm the next day).

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If anyone has any other information about local or national TV coverage of this event, please post.

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Any partisan fans out there?

My loyalties are divided between Toronto and Queen's, so I'm backing Toronto in the men's tournament and Queen's in the women's.
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Nov. 7 results:

Men
UPEI 1-0 McGill
Brock 2-2 Victoria

Women
UBC 4-1 St. Mary's
Laval 1-0 Queen's

Nov. 8 results:

Men
McGill 1-0 Carleton
Victoria 0-1 Toronto

Women
Western Ontario 2-3 UBC (UBC wins Pool A)
Alberta 2-1 Laval

Nov. 9 results:

Men
Carleton 2-0 UPEI (Carleton wins Pool A)
Toronto 0-2 Brock (Brock wins Pool B)

Women
St. Mary's 0-2 Western Ontario
Queen's 0-4 Alberta (Alberta wins Pool B)

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Men's Round Robin action on TV:

Carleton v. UPEI
Saturday - 11 am EST on Rogers Cable 10 (Ontario)

Toronto v. Brock
Saturday - 1 pm EST on Rogers Cable 10 (Ontario)

Addendum: did anyone see these games? They certainly weren't on my Rogers Cable.

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I am planning on Brock next year for a possible university. I have to support them in the men's division.

Also, because I live near London, I like the women's Western team
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Well, you'll be glad to hear Brock made it to the final!

Men's:
Gold Medal game: Brock v. Carleton
Bronze Medal game: Toronto v. McGill

Women's:
Gold Medal game: UBC v. Alberta
Bronze Medal game: Western Ontario v. Laval

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Well, you'll be glad to hear Brock made it to the final!

Good to hear
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post #8 of 16 (permalink) Old November 11th, 2002, 03:47
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NOt good to hear in my option. Stop flooding the news with your bable, in my country we see people as good. Not for others... You willsee
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erm,...riiight.

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I am planning on Brock next year for a possible university. I have to support them in the men's division.

Also, because I live near London, I like the women's Western team
Brock is a great school. Though not much to do in St. Catherines....I have a few cousins that went there. Try for MacMaster. Very good university also. In a nice part of Hamilton (not sure if there are many of those..lol).
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Brock is a great school. Though not much to do in St. Catherines....I have a few cousins that went there. Try for MacMaster. Very good university also. In a nice part of Hamilton (not sure if there are many of those..lol).
Thank you for the suggestion but I need a school that has a superb Physical Education program. Brock, Lakehead, and Laurentian are on my top 3 list.
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Don't go to Laurentian....first, there is absolutly nothing to do up in Sudbury...second, Sudbury is freezing. I think it starts snowing there in October and it doesn't stop till sometime in July....

You can always come down to the States...there are tons of schools with great PE programs.
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Don't go to Laurentian....first, there is absolutly nothing to do up in Sudbury...second, Sudbury is freezing. I think it starts snowing there in October and it doesn't stop till sometime in July....

You can always come down to the States...there are tons of schools with great PE programs.
Then I have to write the SATs. I don't have an appointment to do so. It is a little late for that anyways.
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Then I have to write the SATs. I don't have an appointment to do so. It is a little late for that anyways.
You should have taken then just in case...oh well. Anyway, pretty soon the US Colleges will be doing away with them. You still have to take them but colleges are now starting to take less and less weight in them.
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That is what I heard. Lakehead and Sudbury are great places. They will allow me to move 8+ hours away from home anyways(always good).
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Nothing wrong with going to the US to further your education. I attended a Div III school (played soccer) in the midwest and I enjoyed it. The school only had around 1000 students, but the classes were really small. However, it can be a little expensive because of the exchange rate.

Remember you can take the SAT's as many times as you like. I took it twice, but my first test was actually better...

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