Engineering students help sweep university to curling gold

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Engineering students dominated the University of Waterloo men’s curling team that earned national gold with a 7-5 victory over the University of Alberta Golden Bears in Kamloops, B.C.

Skip Jake Walker, a fourth-year electrical engineering student, second Jordan Moreau, a management engineering student, third Edward Cyr, a mechanical engineering master's student, and alternate Nathan Ransom, an undergraduate mechanical engineering student, and other members of the team, captured top spot in the 2013 Men’s Curling Championship in a rematch of last year's finals.

With the Canadian Interuniversity Sports (CIS)/Canadian Curling Association win, the Warriors secured their first-ever CIS curling title and Waterloo's eighth national championship in school history.
 

Walker posted a team high shooting percentage of 93 per cent. For his efforts, he was named OUA athlete of the week. [Warriors' website

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