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  • Sargent earns starting duty

    Timo Sargent, like most of his teammates, has struggled at times this season but the Memorial Sea-Hawks rookie has earned more playing time ...

  • Keeping up with Jones

    Taking inspiration from her mother, grandmother and especially her coach, Memorial Sea-Hawks' volleyball star Chantel Jones is fashioning a ...

  • Not quite ready for prime time

    Alphaeus “Alfa” Kisusi admits the first thing he did when he decided to come to Memorial University from Africa was to find St. John’s on the ...

  • Purveyors of penalties

    They rarely get credit for a good game, and if they have a less than perfect one, there's always someone to blame them for a loss. But, just ...

  • Her biggest rebound didn't come as a player

    Concussion problems forced Stephanie Stewart to the sidelines, but couldn't keep her away from the game she loves. Stewart, an assistant coach ...

  • Devereaux defends title with new-look team

    If Stacie Devereux is going to defend her provincial Scotties women’s curling championship, she’ll have to do it with half of last year’s ...

  • Plenty of points up for grab at Field House

    Last weekend, the Memorial Sea-Hawks women's basketball team proved they can recover, fight back and win. Those are qualities which may help ...

  • Strength in numbers

    Fifth-year Memorial Sea-Hawks volleyball veteran Beth Forsey refused to say who talks the most off the court, but teammate Erin Bursey took her ...

  • Durdle still has a feel for the game

    Dion Durdle can’t seem to stay away from the game that almost killed him. The Marystown native continues to play hockey 13 years after a horrific ...

  • Hodge more than ready for a Challenge

    Kris Hodge says it's "huge" for him to wear a Canadian jersey while representing Team Atlantic at the 2012 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge ...