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Wayne Yearwood named RSEQ Coach of the Year

March 23rd, 2022

Congratulations to Dawson Blues Div. 1 Men's Basketball Coach Wayne Yearwood! He was named by the RSEQ as Men’s Basketball Coach of the Year.

Read more about: Basketball games this weekend!

Basketball games this weekend!

February 16th, 2022

Sunday, February 20: 1:00 p.m.: D1 Men’s Basketball vs Thetford (should be a good game as these are the top 2 teams in the RSEQ league this season) 3:15 p.m.: D2 Men’s Basketball vs Montmorency Tickets are on sale online: The D1 Men’s Basketball Game will be live streamed on the Dawson Blues YouTube…

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Need to RSVP to enjoy Caribbean Food Day Feb. 25

February 16th, 2022

As part of Black History Month and in collaboration with CLL, the D1 Women’s Basketball team is hosting a fundraiser on Friday, Feb. 25. There will be three different meals, plus music and good vibes! Here are the meal options: Meal 1: Jerk Chicken with rice and peas, salad and drink: $15 Meal 2: Fried…

Once a Blue, always a Blue!

February 16th, 2022

Dawson Blues Women's Hockey fans cheered for her first! Marie-Philip Poulin, who played for the Blues during the 2008-2009 academic year, was one of Canada's flag bearers at the opening of the Winter Olympic Games in Beijing on Feb. 4. Tonight, Feb. 16, she plays in the gold medal game! Go Marie-Philip! Go Canada!

Come cheer for the Dawson Blues at home games

November 3rd, 2021

You can come cheer for the Dawson Blues basketball teams again at home games! The first ones were Div. 2 last Friday (women won their first game against Collège Montmorency 61 to 47). The next home game is Friday, Nov. 12 for Div. 1 women at 6:45 p.m. against Champlain – St. Lawrence and men at 9 p.m. against Collège Ahuntsic.

Drop by P.A.R.C. in the Lower Atrium or email to get your tickets or for more information. Please note that you must show your vaccine passport and wear a mask to attend games.

Dawson Blues update

October 13th, 2021

Student athletes have been enjoying a full fall athletics season at Dawson.

“Each additional day that we can play sports is a good thing,” said Sébastien Rivest, the Manager of Athletics at Dawson. “The students are very excited to be back and so are the coaches.”

Click Read More for the homepage news story, which includes the incredible results of a brand new sport at Dawson.

Joel Tyrell honoured

May 18th, 2021

Joel Tyrell (Athletics, Student Services) was honoured by Montréal à Coeur/Montreal Community Cares with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Here is their Facebook post, which was published on May 14:

"You are a bridge builder in every sense of the word. You have created an outlet for young boys and girls to dream big as well as a pathway to help them become influencers and role models for their community. Thank you for putting your heart and soul into helping make dreams a reality for so many!"

Click Read More to see the post on Facebook.

Dawson Blue, volunteer & activist Niice Gédéon receives Lieutenant Governor of Quebec’s Youth Medal

May 4th, 2021

Maintaining high grades while playing for the Dawson Blues Division 1 women’s basketball team is an achievement that would make many students very proud. Dawson General Social Science student Niice Gédéon achieved that and much more and is now one of two Dawson students to be awarded the Lieutenant Governor of Quebec’s Youth Medal.

Click Read More for the homepage news story, which features an interview.

Let’s Talk Day is Jan. 28

January 26th, 2021

Join the conversation on Jan. 28 and show your support for mental health by getting involved in Bell Let's Talk Day. This is largely a social media campaign. Check out and share the content on the official Dawson College social media channels as well as on the Dawson Blues, CLL and Student Health social media channels.


Lizanne Murphy returns to Dawson!

October 7th, 2020

Lizanne Murphy is back at Dawson as an assistant coach for the Division 1 Women's Basketball Team.

"Dawson felt like home," she said. "It's such a great feeling to be back."

Lizanne was part of the first team recruited by Head Coach Trevor Williams and graduated from Health Science in 2003. She went on to play professionally, represented Canada at the Olympics and won a gold medal at the 2015 Pan Am Games.

Lizanne believes there are many young players on Dawson's team who could follow in her footsteps and she looks forward to sharing her knowledge with them.

The team is currently meeting online and training at home while they look forward to practicing and playing games again in January.

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Last Modified: March 23, 2022


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