Adam hopes to show the CCL how talented the Lambton Lions CoD team is by qualifying for playoffs, and proving that Canadian schools are a force to be reckoned with.
The Lions Rocket League team continued their winning ways, while the Call of Duty team made their CCL season debut
OCR — the recreational arm of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association — is now accepting registration for their latest esports league. The organization previously hosted an NBA 2K20 event in the Fall 2020 semester, and is now preparing to launch an NHL 21 collegiate league for the Winter 2021 semester, in which all OCAA schools…
Lambton College’s Vanessa Flacco chats with Lambton Lions Rocket League captain Gavin Storozuk about his education, his teammates, and his belief in the team’s strong future
This past Saturday marked the beginning of the highly anticipated annual ‘College League of Legends’ season, as over 350 teams compete for one of the top honours in all of collegiate esports.
Ulloa began playing for Lambton College’s League of Legends team as a Support in the Fall of 2019, and has continued playing for the team since then. However, 2020 brought a plethora of challenges no one could have ever expected.
The win was highlighted by Ahrupt scoring a natural hat trick in the opening minute of Game 1
The event was coordinated and operated by first year students of Lambton College’s Esports Entrepreneurship and Administration program
A pair of losses to Carleton and Illinois this past weekend knocked the Lions out of playoff contention
A pair of hat tricks from Ahrupt would give the Lions a 3-1 win to end the first half of the OPSE season