Ottawa’s Zoë May punches the University of Memphis’ ticket to the AAC Championship game

On Thursday night the University of Memphis’ women’s soccer team was on the road in Orlando playing against the University of Central Florida in a big AAC semi-final game. Going into the game, UCF was the favourite to win. On paper they seemed so much better than Memphis. Having not lost a conference game, andContinue reading “Ottawa’s Zoë May punches the University of Memphis’ ticket to the AAC Championship game”

Bob Dyce and the Ottawa Redblacks look to finish strong in 2022, “he’s more than just a coach to us”

To start the month of October, a change was made in Ottawa, and at TD Place. The Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group and the CFL’s Ottawa Redblacks made it public that the organization would be parting ways with head coach Paul LaPolice. LaPolice was hired by the Ottawa Redblacks following the 2019 CFL season, justContinue reading “Bob Dyce and the Ottawa Redblacks look to finish strong in 2022, “he’s more than just a coach to us””

“I put my head down and go to work.” D.K Bonhomme’s journey to South Alabama

In the NCAA, every Saturday this season there are thousands of players that suit up to play college football. The vast majority are American, and each have somewhat similar stories and have taken similar paths to the NCAA, but then there are also a good chunk of internationals, and recently, some Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. LastContinue reading ““I put my head down and go to work.” D.K Bonhomme’s journey to South Alabama”

Miguel and Diego Camboia; being Canadians at Mobile Christian School

In 2022 it is a common theme for Canadian athletes to cross the Canada-USA border to pursue a career in their sport. From hockey, to track and field and all of the sports in between, the United States of America, as corny as it sounds is looked at to be the land of opportunity forContinue reading “Miguel and Diego Camboia; being Canadians at Mobile Christian School”

“I’m in a place that I prayed to be at.” Melique Straker’s journey from Brampton to Jonesboro

There are nearly 130 division one, FBS football programs across the United States, each team carrying rosters north of 100 players, making it a total close to 13,000 football players on FBS rosters. In each of those locker rooms across the country, it took every player a different journey to make it to where theyContinue reading ““I’m in a place that I prayed to be at.” Melique Straker’s journey from Brampton to Jonesboro”

“I live football.” Memphis’ Geoffrey Cantin-Arku working hard to make a name for himself from Canada

At the University of Memphis, and across the NCAA there are plenty of football players with plenty of different goals. Many have the goal of getting drafted into the NFL and making a name for themselves as football players, some want to be good in the class room and get their degree, and some evenContinue reading ““I live football.” Memphis’ Geoffrey Cantin-Arku working hard to make a name for himself from Canada”

The Edwin Tara Kolenge Story

In July, JZ Media’s Jordan Zlomislic made a trip down to Boston to visit Montreal’s Edwin Tara Kolenge in Chestnut Hill. Over the time spent on campus at Boston College both Zlomislic and Tara Kolenge were able to work on a couple of small projects. One of the projects worked on was a day inContinue reading “The Edwin Tara Kolenge Story”