Posts by Andrew Johnson, Staff Contributor

Tigers rest after surprise season

Women’s soccer winless in 12th nationals appearance The Tigers were seen as obvious underdogs entering the CIS quarterfinals. The predictions, as it turns out, would hold true. Dalhousie’s women’s soccer team bowed out of the nationals this past weekend at McGill University, stumbling 3 – 2 to the University of Ottawa in the quarterfinals Nov.…

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Women’s soccer playoff preview

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UPEI Panthers First place, 11-1-1 At the start of the season it appeared the Panthers would go undefeated. They had a minor hiccup opposite UNB in mid-October, falling 2 – 1, but continued their strong push until a disappointing tie against winless Acadia in the second last game of the season. The Panthers, though, still…

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Huskies claw over Tigers in standings

Photo by Martina Marien

SMU ranked second, Dal third ahead of playoffs Despite their first game ending in a scoreless tie, Dalhousie and Saint Mary’s looked to move beyond the passive playing style they put forth in their first meeting when they faced off Oct. 26 at Huskies Stadium. In the end, only the Huskies were truly successful, winning…

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Tigers keep Axewomen winless

Tigers play on through the rain. Photo by Martina Marien.

Santilli with sole tally in Dal win In the last game of the regular season Dalhousie hosted the winless Acadia Axewomen. After playing 90 long minutes in cold winds and heavy rain, the Tigers took the final game of the season 1 – 0. Dal ends the season in third place with 28 points and…

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Huskies claw over Tigers in standings

Women's soccer, Oct 21. Photo by Rob Grandy

SMU ranked second, poised for semifinal bye   Although last Friday’s game, the first of two, ended in a scoreless disappointment, the second match did not. Saint Mary’s women’s soccer team took the three points against Dalhousie Oct. 26 and jumped past the Tigers in the standings, too, moving into second place with a 1…

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Dal remains in second after win

Women's soccer, Oct 21. Photo by Rob Grandy

Women’s soccer takes three points from Memorial Dalhousie took to Wickwire Oct. 23, knowing the importance of what was sure to be an easy win against Memorial for playoff positioning. With UPEI reaching the 30 point mark that afternoon and Saint Mary’s already at 25, a win for the Tigers would keep them tied with…

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Tigers cruise to two victories

Women's Soccer wins 1-0 against St. FX. Photo by Alice Hebb

Dal locked with SMU for second place AUS play resumed after the Thanksgiving break Saturday, Oct. 15 for the Dalhousie Tigers as they played host to the St. FX X-Women. With both teams contending for playoff positioning, the win was important for both sides, but it was the Tigers who walked away with the three…

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Women’s soccer perched among AUS elite

Women's soccer. Photo by Rob Grandy.

Tigers deadlocked with Huskies for second The Tigers? CIS No. 10 ranked? Who would have guessed a women’s soccer outfit who struggled with offensive production last year would be such a force this season? Who would have guessed the Tigers would have the most goals in the AUS midway through the campaign? Surprises aside, the…

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