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Sports | August 29th, 2005

Attention future Falcons
Tryouts are about to begin for all Fanshawe intercollegiate athletics including; men's and women's basketball, men's and women's soccer, men's and women's volleyball, badminton, and golf. Interested athletes can find tryout schedules on the athletics board outside J-1034 or visit

Intramural programs about to start
Fanshawe athletics has a host of intramural sports available to students in hopes of increasing student involvement, promoting healthy living, and providing entertainment. “It's a great way for students to get away from school and have an active lifestyle,” said Ernie Durocher, Men's Athletic Officer.

NHL Coming to London
The Philadelphia Flyers with London native Jeff Carter will be hosting a pre-season NHL contest against the Atlanta Thrashers on September 17th, 2005 at the John Labatt Centre. Philadelphia successfully hosted the Washington Capitals in the JLC's first NHL game on September 20th, 2003.

Golf event held for great cause
The Fanshawe College 2005 Golf classic was held on August 23rd at the Forest City National Golf Club. Proceeds from this event went towards the Fanshawe College/Ontario Student Opportunity Trust Fund Bursary, and featured participants from the sponsoring companies and from Fanshawe College.

Fanshawe athletes honoured
Emilio Rocca, one of the most prominent men's college basketball players in the 1980s, and Teresa (Colizza) Carriere, a dominate women's basketball player during the same time, were inducted into the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association Hall of Fame on Wednesday, May 4, 2005. “The College is proud of the accomplishments of Emilio and Teresa, two of Fanshawe's most notable athletes,” said Howard Rundle, President of Fanshawe.

CBC still to air CFL
The CBC will still air the weekend CFL games without commentators. Management will run cameras and microphones until the Canadian Media Guild strike is over.

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