Women’s Thunder still have work to do

The women’s Thunder still has a long way to go before the playoffs. “We need to do a better job rebounding and moving the ball in offence,” said head coach Laura Bond. “We are still trying to build chemistry with our new players.” The basketball team gained a “messy win” against...

Powderpuff girls ready for touch football

All-girls team prepares for an upcoming snowy tournament early this March Algonquin students are preparing for the first ever Powderpuff football tournament.

Player spotlight : Felicia Mazerolle

    Fitness and Health Promotion student Felicia Mazerolle has been a key component of a successful women’s basketball team this year. Originating from Elliot Lake, Ont. this point guard is without a doubt one of the most energetic presences on the court in each of the...

Playoff hopes hang by a thread

Thunder post-season hopes dwindle after losing heartbreaker to George Brown The Thunder men’s basketball team needed late game heroics with 19.7 seconds left to defeat the Georgian Grizzlies on Jan. 24.

Thunder women get their swagger back

Women's basketball team wins big after losing first game in two seasons With a third-quarter push, Algonquin got back into the win column with a 75-31 trouncing over the seventh-placed Grizzlies on Jan. 24 on home court.

Thunder can’t reach the hoop

The men’s basketball team is back to a losing record after being beaten by the George Brown Huskies in a 76-73 thriller at home, Jan. 30. Algonquin played strong-spirited defense in the first half, limiting their opponent to just 26 points and leading on the scoreboard for the...

Thunder fall from glory

It’s been a rollercoaster ride of a season for the Algonquin Thunder men’s volleyball team. No one will argue with that. After starting the season off with a convincing 6-2 record, with their latest loss to the Canadore Panthers on Jan. 31, the Thunder have dropped seven straight...

Women’s Thunder pounced by panthers

Although the Thunder lost all three sets to the second-best team in the league, they still managed to stand their ground Jan. 31. “We competed well,” said Coach Everton Senior of the match against Canadore. “We didn’t quit.” Quitting wasn’t an issue during the game, but according...

Journey to playoffs

The Thunder women’s basketball team won 89-36 in their second-highest scoring game of the season against the George Brown Huskies on Jan. 30.

Sportsnet veteran visits Commons theatre

Scott Moore, one of the top guns in live sports coverage in Canada, shared his tricks of the trade during his presentation at the Algonquin Commons Theatre.