Women’s basketball with flawless start

Tigers top Panthers twice to start season undefeated Courtney Thompson had a combined 43 points over two games to lead the Tigers to two straight victories over the UPEI Panthers during their opening weekend of the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) regular season schedule. Following their 54-47 win over the Panthers on Nov. 7, the Tigers…

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Men’s basketball split weekend contests to UPEI

Jarred Reid scores 31 points to give Tigers their first win of the season. After a disappointing overtime loss to the UPEI Panthers in their home opener, the Tigers redeemed themselves the next day with a convincing 93-84 victory to start the season 1-1. The Tigers, who finished their season out of the playoff picture…

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Four-straight titles for Dalhousie lacrosse

The result was the same, but the winning feeling never gets old for Dalhousie lacrosse. Coming off an undefeated regular season, the Tigers once again entered the Maritime University Field Lacrosse League (MUFLL) championships as the clear-cut favourite to win it all again. It didn’t help the other team’s causes that the games were held…

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Men’s volleyball on track for another dominating season

If you thought the men’s volleyball team was good last season, just wait until you see what they have in store this year. The Tigers return with 12 players that took home Atlantic University Sport (AUS) banner last season. Dan Ota, the 12-time AUS coach of the year returning for his 16th year with the…

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Young women’s volleyball team look for third straight title

Rick Scott says this year’s path to an Atlantic University Sport (AUS) championship will be unfamiliar, but the final destination should remain the same. Dalhousie’s women’s volleyball team is coming off a dominant season that saw them place fourth at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) championships and only lose one regular season game. But the…

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Women’s soccer confident heading into playoffs

Though the Dalhousie women’s soccer team enters the playoffs in fifth position, they remain confident they can take home the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) championship on their home turf. “Anything can happen,” says Jenna Goobie, a fourth-year striker for the Tigers. “It’s about who wants it more and there’s no other team in this league…

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The Ticker (for the week ending Oct. 19)

Women’s hockey split opening weekend contests Dalhousie started their season off on the right foot Oct. 17 on the road with a 5-2 victory over the Mount Allison Mounties. The Tigers scored five unanswered goals after the Mounties jumped out to a 2-0 lead. Danielle Bourgeois opened the scoring for the Mounties in the second…

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Women’s basketball goes 2-1 in preseason tournament

The Dalplex played host to the 30th annual Subway Centennial Tournament as the women’s basketball team had one of their final chances to prepare for the regular season. The Tigers started the tournament with a 63-43 win over UBC Okanagan. The game remained close through two quarters of play, with the Tigers only hav- ing…

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Women’s soccer clinch top six finish after undefeated weekend

Hudder, Parkinson, Yates add tallies against Axewomen, Panthers The Tigers are on a roll, winning three of their last four and not losing since facing Cape Breton at home on Sept. 27. The Tigers currently sit fourth in the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) standings with a 6-3-2 record. “It seems like right now it’s starting…

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