With a weekend schedule including five university home games and three college away games, Kingston-based teams did not have the best of weekends all told.
The St. Lawrence teams played up in the Toronto area this past weekend, with both women and men facing Durham College on Friday evening, and the men facing George Brown on Saturday afternoon. The men came away with two scoreless draws on the weekend, bringing their record up to 2 losses and 2 draws. The women had much poorer luck, losing by a 2-0 score against Durham College, dropping their record to 1 win, 2 losses, and a draw.
Queen's and RMC played Thursday afternoon at RMC with both Queen's teams taking a win on the day, the Queen's men winning the early game 2-0 with goals from Mac Ojiaku and Eric Cappon, and the Queen's women winning the late game 5-0 with goals from Alexis McKinty, Kelli Chamberlain, Jacqueline Tessier, and a brace from Breanna Burton.
Saturday featured Queen's against Carleton. The Queen's women dominated Carleton, winning 2-0, while the men lost a tough game to Carleton by a 4-2 scoreline, led by Carleton's Sam McHugh's hat trick. Out at RMC, the alumni (aka "ex-cadet") games were held in the afternoon to help celebrate their homecoming weekend.
Queen's had Sunday off, but RMC's women faced the Ottawa Gee Gees in the evening, dropping the game by a score of 7-0. Michelle Hamilton of RMC received a yellow card in the game.
The Queen's women head up to Ottawa on Wednesday to play the Gee Gees at 7pm, along with both RMC teams. The RMC teams face Carleton in Ottawa, with the women playing at 6pm and the men at 8pm.
St. Lawrence hosts Seneca this Friday evening, kicking off the women's game at 3:30pm and the men's game at 5:30pm. They play a second home game next Wednesday (October 12th) at 4pm and 6pm.
Queen's and RMC both travel up to Toronto next weekend, with Queen's playing against the University of Toronto on Saturday at Varsity Stadium at 1pm and 3:15pm, while RMC faces Ryerson at Lamport Stadium at the same times. On Sunday, RMC faces the University of Toronto at Varsity Stadium, while Queen's travels out to Birchmount Stadium in Scarborough to face Ryerson. Again, both game times are set at 1 and 3:15pm.