In-season and off-season are both quite busy.

There may not be a ton of varsity teams that don the Cambrian Golden Shield colours these days, but for those that do, there is plenty to keep them busy. Whether right in the midst of a current playoff run, or setting the framework for a memorable seaso

Revisiting the old stomping grounds.

It has been suggested that nowhere is the alumni affiliation with a post-secondary institution stronger than with the varsity athletes that donned their school colours, combining their academic pursuits with the love of sport. Scour any of the gymnasiums

Access to Atikokan athletic talent a Cambrian key.

The Cambrian College soccer teams, most notably the women’s squad, have often been built around a solid core of Sudbury and area talent. Golden Shield men’s volleyball coach Tom Sutton, for his part, has had to expand his horizons a little further

Cambrian College volleyball vignettes.

The second half of the post-secondary varsity schedules have either just started, or are about to start, for all winter sports. For coach Tom Sutton and the Cambrian Golden Shield men’s volleyball team, this means taking their crew on the road, prep

Keep the legs churning and the program will come.

Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017 Slowly, very very slowly, Cambrian cross-country coach Eric Leishman is building a program. Much in the relatively recent tradition of both Meghan Juuti and Jack Kosmerly, Leishman has invested the time and energy in a big way,

Raw talent needs time to develop.

Cambrian College men’s volleyball coach Tom Sutton has plenty of experience working with younger talent, often times quite raw in terms of their background in the sport they are now pursuing at a varsity level. This time around, however, he would dea