rashari henry

WLU Students Union

“Our Story” extends to every member of our organization, and that includes the ones you might not see everyday. Rashari and Madilyn are two of our wonderful kitchen staff at Wilf’s, and their stories are our stories.

Scott: Tell us about yourselves.

Rashari: My name is Rashari Henry, I’m in my second year of economics, I play on the football team here, and I started working at Wilf’s right before I came in. I just wanted to have a job set up before I came to university.



BURLINGTON, ON – Wilfrid Laurier men’s football player Kwaku Boateng was named the recipient of the J.P. Metras Award by the OUA on Thursday morning as the conference announced its major award winners at a ceremony at the Holiday Inn Burlington.

Boateng, a defensive lineman from Milton, Ont., is the eighth Golden Hawk to be named the OUA J.P. Metras Award recipient and the first since offensive lineman Scott Evans won the award back in 2007.


oua all-stars

BURLINGTON, ON – Seven members of the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks men’s football team were announced as OUA All-Stars on Wednesday morning by the conference.

Earning OUA First Team All-Star status were running back Dillon Campbell of Whitby, Ont., defensive linemenKwaku Boateng of Milton, Ont., and Asante Mizan of Brooklyn, N.Y., along with defensive back Godfrey Onyeka of Brampton, Ont. Three other Hawks were named OUA Second Team All-Stars including receiver Kurleigh Gittens Jr.of Ottawa, linebacker Nakas Onyeka of Brampton, Ont., and defensive back Malcolm Thompson of Windsor, Ont.


Week9_7Golden Hawk alumni & friends of the football program,

Unfortunately our season came to an end Saturday in London as we lost a hard fought game 32-18 to Western. It is safe to say, we gave Western their toughest game of the year and headed into halftime down just 15-13.

Although there are no moral victories and we wish we were prepping for the Yates Cup this week, I am extremely pleased with the heart and work ethic our team showed the second half of the season.



BURLINGTON, ON – Ontario University Athletics (OUA) is excited to announce those named 2015 OUA Football All-Rookies.

The Laurier Golden Hawks turned some heads this season, advancing to the Yates Cup semifinal, for the first time since 2010 with a roster that features four all-rookie selections.  Defensive lineman Trevaughan James (Whitby, Ont.), linebacker Matt Williams (Ajax, Ont.), defensive back Scott Hutter (London, Ont.) and receiver Kurleigh Gittens Jr. (Ottawa, Ont.) have all been named to the squad following fantastic freshman campaigns.



Ari Grossman
Laurier Athletics

LONDON, ON – The No. 9 ranked Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks had their season come to a halt in a heartbreaker, as the No. 2 Western Mustangs advanced to the Yates Cup with a 32-18 victory.

In what could be considered one of the tightest games against the Mustangs this year, Laurier was within a score for most of the contest including tying it up early in the second. The only touchdown for the purple-and-gold came from defensive back Malcolm Thompson of Windsor, Ont. who picked off pivot Will Finch of Burlington, Ont. and ran it back 58 yards later that quarter.



Jamie Howieson
Laurier Athletics

Game Date/Time: Saturday, November 7 – 1 p.m.
Game Location: TD Stadium, London
Live Webcast/Stats: OUA.tv
Tickets: WesternMustangs.ca


The No. 9 Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks and the No. 2 Western Mustangs meet in the OUA Semifinals on Saturday for their 22nd all-time playoff meeting with a berth in the 108th Yates Cup on the line.


Laurier and Western squared off all the way back in Week 3 of the season with the Mustangs spoiling the Golden Hawks home opener with a 59-9 victory.


Josh Davis

The Laurier Golden Hawks are going to have their hands full as they prepare to take on the 8-0 and second ranked Western Mustangs. The Hawks will be looking for a much different result than when the two teams met in September. The Mustangs came into University Stadium and beat the Hawks 59-9 in a game that was never competitive.

However, this is a different Laurier football team facing the Mustangs this week, as the Hawks are peaking at the right time. The Mustangs will be heavily favoured, however, the Hawks (under Coach Faulds) have shown an ability to rise to the level of their opponent.