Patriotes’ electrifying comeback stuns Axemen in CIS University Cup quarterfinal By Stephen Campbell The term “heartbreaker” is often overused in the sports world, but Friday’s Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) University Cup quarterfinal between University of Quebec Trois-Rivieres and Acadia is… Continue Reading
Guelph tops University of Calgary thanks to outstanding goaltending By Stephen Campbell In hockey, all it takes is for one team (and particularly, one goaltender) to get hot at the right time. In the case of the 2014-15 Canadian Interuniversity… Continue Reading
Just when it looked like the clock was going to strike midnight on the Dalhousie Tigers’ Cinderella run in the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) men’s basketball championship, the black and gold managed to find a way to pull through in… Continue Reading
If you didn’t know Sven Stammberger’s name before, you certainly know it now. In semifinal action at the Scotiabank Centre Saturday evening, the Dalhousie Tigers topped the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds 85-74 to punch their ticket to the… Continue Reading
The Saint Mary’s Huskies entered their quarterfinal clash with the Memorial Seahawks on the heels of a Jekyll and Hyde regular season, but the good side came to play Friday in the form of a 99-91 victory in front of… Continue Reading
Receiver Robbie Tufts caught fire in the fourth quarter of Dal’s semifinal defeat. (Archived photo by Chris Parent) Another year, another season of disappointment for the Dalhousie Tigers men’s football club. The black and gold’s championship hopes came to an… Continue Reading
Dal’s season ends with quarter-final setback to St. FX… Continue Reading
Women’s graduates key in final Dalplex game In an emotional night where graduating players Keisha Brown and Anna von Maltzahn were honoured, the pair set the Dalplex on fire one last time. Dalhousie ended their season on a winning note… Continue Reading
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