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December 09, 2004
  Report Card: Women's SoccerPDF files may take a moment to load

Talent

These ladies had no lack of talent. Fourth-year Social Sciences student Erin Ramsay was named to the first CIS All-Canadian team and super-senior Social Sciences student Megan Dourado was named to the second team. Both stars were also named to the Canada West First All-Star team.

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November 11, 2004
  Hey Messier pass the lays, we're donePDF files may take a moment to load

With enormous effort put forth this weekend, the Dinos men's soccer team found the silver lining at the Canada West Finals held at the University of Calgary. On Sat., Nov. 6, the Dinos knocked off the second nationally ranked Trinity Western University Spartans 2-1. The Dinos, who are unranked nationally, then went on to compete against the University of Victoria Vikes in the gold medal game Sun., Nov. 7. This was the first time the Dinos played in the Canada West Final championship game since 1980.

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November 11, 2004
  Dinos not in the finalsPDF files may take a moment to load

A 7-5-2 record was enough to get the Dinos women's soccer team to the playoffs in Vancouver this year. The girls managed to finish the playoffs in second place after a huge upset victory over the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds Sat., Nov. 6 and losing to the Trinity Western University Spartans the following day.

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November 04, 2004
  Beating the Pandas to playoffsPDF files may take a moment to load

As predicted by their Head Coach Robin Slot earlier in the year, the Dinos women's soccer team has achieved a berth in this year's Canada West playoffs in Vancouver! Going into last weekend, the girls' playoff hopes were in critical condition as the University of Alberta Pandas started closing the gap on the fourth and final playoff spot.

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October 28, 2004
  Snowy soccerPDF files may take a moment to load

Adversity is setting in as the smell of the playoffs becomes increasingly pungent in the Canada West women's soccer league. In an epic battle against nature, our Dinos squad found themselves with yet another day off on Sat., Oct. 23 as the snow encompassed our city and their second game in a row was cancelled.

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October 28, 2004
  A losing weekendPDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos men's soccer team can't seem to win for trying. On a chilly afternoon, the University of Victoria Vikes bared the brisk winter-like temperatures here in Calgary to beat the Dinos men 5-1 Sun., Oct. 24. With a delayed game due to snow on the field and a sparse gathering of fans, the men just couldn't pull things together.

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October 14, 2004
  Cougars can't score on DinosPDF files may take a moment to load

Break out the cheque book and pay Grandma for the rubdown!

The Dinos women's soccer squad got "happy go lucky" all over the University of Regina Cougars like a drunk guy at a bar this past weekend with two crushing wins. Knowing Regina smelled going in, the Dinos were hoping to get in and out of there as quickly as possible while still managing to score without injury.

They proved scoring certainly wasn't the problem as they won 4-0 on Sat., Oct. 9 and then 5-1 on Sun., Oct. 10.

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October 07, 2004
  Men can't scorePDF files may take a moment to load

Perhaps the University of Calgary men's soccer team was still recovering from their big "cabaret" when they went out on the road last weekend. The men couldn't even manage to score. This isn't usually a problem according to rumors on the sidelines.

The first game, on Thu., Sept. 30, Trinity Western University slaughtered the Dinos. Although we weren't there to witness it first hand, the 5-0 score was indicative of the game play. We won't dwell on this.

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October 07, 2004
  Balls settle deep in goal mouthPDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos women's soccer squad headed west last weekend to embark on their first road trip of regular season play. Before their road trip they were the only undefeated team in the Canada West league and goalkeeper Charlotte Sullivan was yet to allow a single goal into her net.

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