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This is the 1961-62 season of the Western Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Union. It was a competition for the Hardy Trophy. The league was renamed the Western Intercollegiate Athletic Association following this season. This was the first season for the University of British Columbia.
1960-61 WCIAU Season : 1962-63 WIAA Season 1961-62 QOAA Season : 1961-62 OSLC Season 1961-62 MIAA Season
|University of Alberta||12||11||1||0||70||29||15|
|University of Saskatchewan||12||5||7||0||50||48||9|
|University of British Columbia||8||0||8||0||18||61||0|
Note: The eight Alberta - Saskatchewan games worth one point each. British Columbia's games were worth two points each.
The University of Manitoba was suspended because it had refused to field a football team. The team played a number of exhibition games against local senior and junior teams, and tied (3-3) and lost (4-5) at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
External link: Canada West Standings History pdf
|January 12||Saskatchewan 8||British Columbia 2||Saskatoon|
|January 13||Saskatchewan 13||British Columbia 2||Saskatoon|
|January 15||Alberta 13||British Columbia 2||Edmonton|
|January 16||Alberta 4||British Columbia 2||Edmonton|
|January 19||Alberta 7||Saskatchewan 4||Edmonton|
|January 20||Alberta 7||Saskatchewan 2||Edmonton|
|February 2||Albert 6||Sasatchewan 1||Saskatoon|
|February 3||Alberta 6||Saskatchewan 1||Saskatoon|
|February 9||Saskatchewan 7||Alberta 1||Edmonton|
|February 10||Alberta 3||Saskatchewan 2||Edmonton|
|February 16||Saskatchewan 7||British Columbia 4||Chilliwack|
|February 17||Saskatchewan 3||British Columbia 0||Vancouver|
|February 22||Alberta 6||Saskatchewan 0||Saskatoon|
|February 23||Alberta 4||Saskatchewan 2||Saskatoon|
|March 2||Alberta 5||British Columbia 2||Chilliwack|
|March 3||Alberta 8||British Columbia 4||Chilliwack|
The last two games were also for the Hamber Trophy.