OUS Opening Weekend

It’s our favourite time of the year! Fall, meaning its OUS season. Our 2023 season kicks-offs this Friday night. Our 13 member clubs are all excited to compete for the right to attend the OUS Championship Tournament, taking place the weekend of October 22nd and 23rd.

This year the league has new coaching teams in place at Windsor, Laurier & Brock. Each of these teams made the playoffs last season and will look to repeat that achievement competing against several teams that have added some talented players across the league.

Friday September 8th the regular season begins with Laurier visiting Ottawa, and Guelph visiting Carleton. Then on Saturday September 9th, there are six double-header matches on the slate including defending champion Queen’s University as they host rival and runner-up in 2022 the University of Western Ontario. The league matches on opening weekend are all cross-over games between the teams in the eastern division (hosting) teams from the western division.

We invite you to cheer on and follow your favorite school this fall. All of our league teams have social media accounts across various platforms that will provide updates, photos, etc. All OUS games are also scored live using the Game Changer app. You can follow each game live wherever you may be!

Best of luck to all teams, have a great 2023 season!

OUS 2023 Season Preview

Over the next couple of weeks, we will be posting updates, and interviews with OUS leaders with respect to the 2023 OUS Fall Season. Keep watch for updates on our site, and links to check out the posts via our social media handles!

Are you ready for the 2023 OUS Season??? Let’s get hyped!

Week 2 OUS Player of the Week Winners

Here are the OUS Player of the Week Winners for Weekend number 2.

Alexis Simpson (Brock) had a great weekend both in the field and at the plate helping lead Brock University to three wins this past week. Alexis had a .545 batting average which included three extra base hits, she also drove in 5 runs.

McKay Colombe continued her All-Star Season with another great weekend at the plate. She collected 10 hits in Windsor’s road swing, and drove in 7 runs. McKay also provided stout defense at 3B and leadership of the Lancers on and off the field.

Janelle Hodge (Toronto) also had a great weekend at the dish, going 7 for 11 at the plate, which included three doubles, and a triple. She scored 4 times, and also drove in 4 runs. Janelle and the Varsity Blues completed the weekend a perfect 4-0.