Ravens men’s hockey ends losing streak

The Carleton Ravens hit the midpoint of the season on a high note, finishing off the weekend with big wins on the road over the University of Ottawa (U of O) Gee-Gees and the surging Royal Military College (RMC) Paladins. The Ravens had come into the weekend on a four game losing streak, in which they were thoroughly outplayed by their opponents.  The weekend opened up on Dec. 1 across the city at the University of Ottawa with the Ravens looking for revenge following a 4-3 loss in the Colonel By Classic. The Ravens took full advantage, racing out to a early six goal lead in the first period. First-year forward Jared Steege scored twice and added an assist in […]

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Women’s hockey team loses to U of O

The Carleton Ravens women’s hockey team dropped their fifth straight game, falling to the cross-town rival the University of Ottawa (U of O) Gee-Gees 3-2 at home on Dec. 1. The Ravens held a 2-1 lead heading into the third period, but could not hold on for the win. The team remains in last place in the Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec standings with a 3-7 record. The visitors struck first five minutes into the opening period as U of O forward Alyssa MacMillan fired home a shot from the slot that slid past Ravens goalie Katelyn Steele. Ravens forward Shannon Pearson went one-on-one with a defender, and snapped a shot, which was stopped by U of O goalie […]

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Leaving the Nest: Kene Onyeka talks about going pro

Ravens football player Kene Onyeka wrapped up his fourth and final season with the team this past October while also studying engineering. While playing for Carleton, Onyeka recorded 87 tackles, 65 assisted tackles, and achieved 77 yards in 24 games as a Raven. At the conclusion of the 2017-18 season, the defensive end was awarded the J.P. Metras Trophy as the Ontario University Athletics lineman of the year as well as being named to the U Sports All-Canadian team.  Onyeka is currently ranked eighth on the Canadian Football League’s 2017 scouting list of the top 20 prospects.  He spoke to The Charlatan about his time at Carleton and his thoughts leading up to the CFL draft in spring 2018.   The […]

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Hannah Schmidt leading the Carleton ski team

Hannah Schmidt is a third-year criminology student and member of the Carleton alpine ski team, who has now found herself as the team captain and the club’s president. Schmidt has taken a long, complicated path to Carleton. Navigating the ups and downs of athletic life, she has taken on the role of running the ski team because of her love of the team. “I keep doing it because I just love it, I can’t stop,” she said when asked about what has kept her involved with the sport after so many quit post-high school. Schmidt is also a relative outsider to the world of Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) ski racing—without a big team to back her, she […]

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Esports team looking to grow at Carleton

Tespa Carleton, the Carleton University esports club, has grown since it started in August 2016 and now has an eye towards becoming an official Carleton Athletics club, according to Robert Oles, its founder and president. “We started as an esports organization that was looking to kind of connect gamers on campus,” Oles, a third-year public affairs and policy management student, said. Like other universities esports clubs, it partnered with Tespa, a North American collegiate esports organization. Esports are organized, multi-player video game competitions where players take part in a variety of first-person shooter, battle arenas, strategy, or fighting video games. When the Carleton club started, there were 40 members, which grew to 70 by December 2016 and then to 270 […]

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