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Inside Excalibur News Archive for March, 2015

Trent Mudder IS BACK!

Saturday, March 28th, 2015



TrentMudder IS BACK! 

Saturday, March 28th @ 2pm

Registration Opens this week: Monday March 2nd - Wednesday March 18th 

More Mud, More Glory! As a team of 3-6 people, students, faculty, guests and alumni alike are welcome to join in and take part in completing a series of challenges/obstacles to test ones endurance, get a little dirty, and have a great time with peers and colleagues as they race to complete the Trent wide obstacle course loosely based off of the popular event “Tough Mudder”. All proceeds within the events framework are given to the Trent Athletics Center in support of Trent's Athletics Programs. Registration forms and waivers can be picked up in your college office or at the Trent Mudder Registration table located outside of the Otonabee College Cafeteria. All team registration fees, forms, and waivers must be submitted to the Registration table outside of the Otonabee College Cafeteria before Wednesday March 18th. Looking forward to seeing you out there! 

For more information about the event please contact


We are also looking for volunteers to help during the day of the event to run obstacles and registration. Please join our volunteer page if interested! 

Posted by Patrick Assinck at 9:46 am on 02/03/2015 in General | Perma link

Kaitlin Logan Commits to Trent Women’s Soccer

Tuesday, March 17th, 2015

Kaitlin Logan Commits to Trent Women’s Soccer


Trent University Women’s Varsity Soccer Program is pleased to announce that Kaitlin Logan of the Vaughan Azzurri Vixens team has committed to playing her varsity soccer at Trent University in Fall 2015.

Kaitlin is an honours student at Keswick High School and will attend Trent University in the Forensic Science program.  A versatile athlete she plays competitive hockey, volleyball, and soccer. Her rep soccer career began as a keeper with Lake Simcoe at U10, before moving to striker at U12. She played with Lake Simcoe until joining the Vaughan Azzurri at U17. The Vaughan Vixens were promoted to the OYSL with Kaitlin leading the CGSL team in scoring with 15 goals.

Kaitlin noted “Once I visited Trent University I began seeing myself not only becoming a student there but also wanting to become an Excalibur. The girls on the team were very welcoming and I am looking forward to playing alongside them. Trent University is where I truly think I am going to excel in my studies and in playing varsity soccer”.

Vaughan Azzurri Coach Vito Schiraldi had high praise for Kaitlin, “she is a focused, dedicated soccer player who has very good vision on the field and is very dangerous inside the box. She is able to score with both feet. Kaitlin has great passing skills which makes her a huge asset to play any position”. 

Coach Joe Muldoon noted “Kaitlin has great speed and technical ability, and her addition to the team brings an additional scoring threat to the Trent University varsity women’s lineup”. 


For additional information contact: Joe Muldoon, Head Coach, Women’s Varsity Soccer,

Posted by Patrick Assinck at 5:03 pm on 17/03/2015 in General | Perma link

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