A change of heart leads Caverley-Grasby to Cambrian.

Like most young adults, Stratford native Taylor Caverley-Grasby is certainly allowed to change her mind, especially when facing the tough decisions that come at that age. When it comes to her choice of post-secondary studies, Cambrian College women’s

Meet Mary Strain, national silver medallist.

To say Mary Strain did Cambrian proud this season would be a bit of an understatement. After racking up an impressive list of accomplishments, including three first-place finishes and two course records, the Fort Frances native set a blistering pace to wi

Women’s Soccer team advances to quarter finals.

With a record breaking season already in the books, there was no really good reason for Tiffany Johnson to slow down come playoff time. The OCAA all-time leading scorer in women’s soccer, and single season record holder with 28 goals this year, Johnso

Meet soccer star Tiffany Johnson.

On Friday, October 7, in a game against Loyalist College, the Cambrian Golden Shield’s own Tiffany Johnson of Val Caron entered the record books as the top scorer in OCAA women’s soccer with a total of 58 career goals (and counting). Already

Coach Margarit steps down after 17 years.

Stability within the coaching ranks within the world of post-secondary sports is often a key indicator of program success. The ability of that familiar face at the helm, with the résumé as long as his or her arm, to attract top recruits to the school is

Golden Shield sisters in arms – literally.

by Randy Pascal The 2016 women’s soccer season holds the potential of being a special one for the Cambrian Golden Shield. For sisters Ashley and Morgan Melnek, the fall campaign could be even more special. While the pair have remained prominent in t