The Humber Hawks men’s indoor soccer team is gearing up for the regional championship, with two consecutive titles at invitational tournaments this winter.
Wednesday night in Hamilton was a tale of two extremes for the Humber Hawks men’s and women’s volleyball teams. Both matchups saw three-set sweeps, with each school coming away with a victory apiece.
Humber Hawks second-year badminton player Nyl Yakura struck gold this month, winning his first-ever men’s doubles national title.
Nyl sat down with Et Cetera to discuss his recent win and his journey with Humber Athletics and badminton.
It was a game that saw futile time outs from Cambrian Golden Shield head coach Chantal McMahon as she desperately tried to weather the inevitable storm. But Humber Hawks women’s basketball team took last Saturday’s night’s game with a final score of 102-24.
The pathway to a professional career for Canadian soccer players has always been blurry. They often find themselves moving abroad to turn their dream into a reality.
Academics and time management are commonly the root of stress that first-year college students face but, for student athletes, academics are just half the battle.
Whether it’s an in-season schedule or an off-season training regimen, student athletes are challenged every semester with the responsibility of fulfilling their academic goals while dedicating themselves to their craft. This can sometimes be a tall order, one that not every person has immediate success with.
Having not lost a game this season, the Humber Hawks women’s volleyball team heads to the 2017 OCAA Championships after defeating the Redeemer Royals 3-0 on home territory on Thursday night.
A National Championship loss isn’t something any given team can simply bounce back from the following season. The Humber Hawks men’s basketball team is out to prove that they’re not just any given team.