Rookie served with honours

Josh Isaac brings home multiple OCAA awards after impressive first season Josh Isaac Who could ask for a better start to their college career? Certainly not Josh Isaac, outside hitter for the Thunder men’s volleyball team, who had quite the ending to the 2014/15 season. He was...

Thunderous career comes to close

Elliot Lake, Ontario is a humble city located in between Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie, known for its thousands of lakes and pristine wilderness more than its basketball. The city is host to a small handful of high schools, including the home of the Atoms, Elliot Lake Secondary...

Pucks on wheels

Local celebrities and league players battled it out in a heated game of wheelchair hockey at the Ottawa Power Wheelchair Hockey League’s celebrity game on March 28. The OPWHL is a registered charity with the Canadian Revenue Agency and strives to provide an organized recreational...

Show some respect

  The OCAA needs to wake up and treat their athletes with the respect they have earned with their play.

Thunder go home feeling ill

Stomach flu and Humber end Algonquin's dream of five straight OCAA championships The Thunder women’s basketball team came home with much more than just a bronze medal from a sick weekend at the OCAA Women’s Basketball Provincial Championships at Centennial College...

Women’s FIFA trophy coming to Algonquin

ACCE building set to host ultimate World Cup fan experience next month FIFA is coming to Algonquin on April 2 and students will have a rare opportunity to be directly involved. The FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy Tour presented by Coca-Cola will be stopping by the college for what...

All-star gets another honour

Volleyball player Alix Burkart recognized as top talent for second straight year For the second year in a row, Alix Burkart of the Thunder women’s volleyball team has been awarded OCAA all-star honours. Burkart was a bright light in an otherwise disappointing season for the...

Thunder lose crossover game

Team captain Mozafar Abdoli sets up teammate Ryan Bloom for a big smash in their last game of the regular season on Feb. 14 at Algonquin.For the first time in six years, the Algonquin Thunder men’s volleyball team did not qualify for the provincial championships. After a rough...

Algonquin women’s team spiked

Thunder playoff chances come to an abrupt end against Niagra The women’s volleyball team’s rocky season has now officially come to an end after they lost their crossover game against Niagara for a playoff spot. Their last game of the season regular season was Feb. 14, where they...

Thunder too little, too late

Algonquin wins in final regular season game but gets eliminated from playoffs The Algonquin Thunder men’s basketball team pulled off a 75-65 home win in their last game of the season on Saturday, despite not making it to the playoffs.