McGill Clinches CUFLA East

Two league games remain for McGill University, but the undefeated Redmen already can call themselves CUFLA East Division champions. After a pair of dominating wins last week over Concordia and Ottawa, the Redmen (10-0) can turn their attention to the post-season playoffs and their quest for the Baggataway Cup.RedmenLacrosse

After winning the championship in 2012 McGill were undefeated in 2013, but came up short against underdog Guelph in the title game last fall. Head Coach Tim McGill has a talented group that are hungry for that championship that eluded them last year.

Brock (6-0) remain in control of the West Division facing three games this week. Western (6-2) and Laurentian (5-2) keep winning against anyone NOT Brock Badgers to stay close, but both lost all their matchups against the Badgers.

Week 6 Schedule

Wednesday, Oct. 8

  • Brock at McMaster, 8:30 PM

Friday, Oct. 10

  • McMaster at Guelph, 7:00 P
  • Laurier at Western, 8:00 PM

Saturday, Oct. 11

Sunday, Oct. 12

  • Laurentian at Brock, 1:00 PM

Monday, Oct. 13

  • Bishop’s at Concordia, 9:00 PM

Week 5 Results

  • Laurentian (11) at Nipissing (7)
  • Laurier (7) at McMaster (9)
  • Toronto (7) at Western (12)
  • Queen’s (14) at Carleton (7)
  • Nipissing (4) at Brock (23)
  • Bishop’s (9) at Trent (7)
  • Guelph (15) at Laurier (5)
  • Concordia (0) at McGill (21)
  • Ottawa (5) at McGill (11)
  • Bishop’s (11) at Queen’s (2)
  • Western (14) at Toronto (7)
  • Nipissing (6) at Guelph (21)
  • Ottawa (16) at Concordia (6)

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