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Dalhousie Playoffs

Through late October and early November, some Dalhousie teams saw their teams’ seasons come to an end for another year. The Dal Gazette recaps how the playoffs went for the Tigers who are hanging up their jerseys for now.  Cross-Country by Josh Young, Sports Editor Both Dalhousie cross-country teams finished the championship races with identical…

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The value of experience

No matter how hard you try in practice, you can’t replicate game experience. Four first-year members of the Tigers women’s soccer team were able to pick up some of that valuable experience when they suited up for team Nova Scotia at the Canada Games this summer. “Yeah that’s definitely a unique experience,” says Tigers’ Head…

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Season Recaps

Men’s Basketball, AUS Champs, 4th in CIS It was another tremendous year for head coach Rick Plato and his squad. They were able to defend their AUS championship and win back-to-back for the first time in the programs history. The team fought to a fourth place finish in the country, falling to the Carleton Ravens…

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Tiger beat Panthers 87-85 win 2nd straight AUS Championship

The men’s basketball Tigers won their second consecutive AUS championship with an 87-85 victory over the UPEI Panthers at the Scotiabank Centre on Sunday March 6. The title gives the Tigers back-to-back championships in basketball for the first time in team history. “It’s surreal, amazing, lovely, spectacular, tremendous any adjective that is a good adjective…

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Men’s basketball semifinal

The men’s B-ball Tigers had a thrilling 75-74 victory over the SMU Huskies in the semifinals of the 2016 AUS championships Saturday night at the Scotiabank Centre. “We didn’t shoot the ball great tonight but we played so hard defencively,” said Rick Plato, the Tigers head coach and 2015-16 AUS coach of the year. “The…

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Tigers make playoffs despite 68-58 loss to Capers

The women’s B-ball Tigers fell to the Cape Breton Capers 68-58 in Cap Breton on Friday, Feb. 26. Even with the loss the Tigers were able to secure the sixth and final playoff spot in the AUS. That is a big accomplishment for a team that was voted to finish in last place in a…

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