The Ticker (Week ending Nov. 17)

November 20, 2013

Swimming: Tigers remain atop podium The final meet of 2013 was another successful one for the Tigers, who once again lapped the competition at the Dalplex pool. Both men’s and women’s teams jumped out to massive leads following Saturday’s races, finishing… Continue Reading

Cape Breton tops AUS basketball

March 05, 2013

Dorsey records 30 points in final conference game… Continue Reading

Dal basketball closes regular season with confidence boost

February 26, 2013

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

Reunion on the road

February 01, 2013

There are no goodbyes on a journey this short; it’s the hellos that matter. After all, these are no solo travelers. Today, this season—perhaps always—the Tigers are family. And this trip is a family reunion. The bus is scheduled to… Continue Reading

Dal rugby’s title dynasty ends

November 02, 2012

On a chilly Sunday afternoon at Merv Sullivan Park, Acadia sent Dalhousie rugby home empty-handed for the first time since 2006. The defending champions lost 43-38 in the Division I championship. The five-time titleholders came up short Oct. 28 against… Continue Reading

Tigers stumble out of the gate

October 17, 2012

It wasn’t the type of start the Dalhousie men’s hockey team was looking for. A 5-2 loss to Saint Mary’s and a 5-4 overtime defeat to Acadia leaves the Tigers with one point to show for themselves through the opening… Continue Reading

Men’s soccer outclassed

October 05, 2012

Inconsistency has marred the first half of this campaign for the Dalhousie men’s soccer team. The Tigers knew scoring would be a question mark entering this season, but they had more to worry about than solely their offensive production Sept…. Continue Reading

CIS Final 8 daily recap: Friday

March 10, 2012

Quarterfinal Game No. 3  :  No. 2 Alberta Golden Bears  81 – 52  No. 7 Ryerson Rams  The Bears took no time in the CIS Final 8 tournament to show why they are ranked No. 2 nationally. The Alberta Golden… Continue Reading

Playoff dreams dashed

February 11, 2012

Dalhousie’s miraculous mid-season turnaround did not have the Cinderella finish the team was looking for. The Tigers men’s hockey team, the same team which was trapped in an 11-game losing streak earlier in the season, lost a game they needed… Continue Reading

Women’s volleyball brushes aside Axewomen

January 26, 2012

Head coach Rick Scott should be pleased as his Tigers never looked out of place Jan. 25, improving to 10 – 3 on the season with a victory against Acadia. From the first serve, you could sense the edge in… Continue Reading

Acadia ends Saint Mary’s football reign

November 18, 2011

New Atlantic representative for Uteck Bowl A packed audience came outside in the cold and wind to witness the Acadia Axemen end a four-year reign of the Saint Mary’s Huskies atop the AUS football conference. The Huskies’ defeat brings to… Continue Reading

Tigers basketball shows bite

November 18, 2011

Men’s basketball put up fight despite collapsing twice This isn’t the Tigers basketball team you recognize from last season. There’s no sign of superstars Simon Farine or Joseph Schow running the show. Neither is Sandy Veit, Juleous Grant or Peter… Continue Reading

Acadia struggling to pay the bills

November 18, 2011

University asked for early government funding Halifax universities aren’t the only ones in trouble. Acadia University in Wolfville found itself in a predicament similar to NSCAD University earlier this year. Both schools asked for and received the 2011/12 operating grants… Continue Reading