Posts by Tim Vanderweide

Trojans win on record-breaking night for IWK charity

CORRECTION: Big Horns captain James Floyd was previously listed in this article with an incorrect last name. The online version of the article has since been corrected. The Gazette regrets the error. Dalhousie Memorial Arena was all orange as the last few seconds ticked off the clock in a game that featured lots of goals,…

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Trojans win on record-breaking night for IWK charity

CORRECTIONS: – Despite popular belief, the Trojans encompass more than just Howe Hall, and the Big Horns represent more residences than Risley Hall. The Gazette regrets the error that originally appeared in this story. The mistake will not appear in the Mar. 16 edition of the paper, which will include an extended story. – Big…

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Opinion: Sparse crowd for final skate at DMA

It was an emotional evening last Saturday night at Dalhousie Memorial Arena. As I sat in the top row I couldn’t help but have my heartstrings pulled while participating in the final ‘Let’s Go Tigers!’ chant for the men’s hockey team. Watching the final seconds wind down as Dal made a push for overtime was…

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Tigers serve up Huskies’ first loss

Dalhousie’s women’s volleyball team stunned first-place Saint Mary’s Jan. 29 at The Tower, needing four sets to hand the Huskies their first defeat of the season. The Tigers lost the first set 25 – 14, but quickly improved their play in the next three to win the match with 25 – 9, 25 – 20…

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Tigers serve up Huskies’ first loss

Women's volleyball playing SMU. Photo by Shauna Brown.

Dalhousie’s women’s volleyball team stunned first-place Saint Mary’s Jan. 29 at The Tower, needing four sets to hand the Huskies their first defeat of the season. The Tigers lost the first set 25 – 14, but quickly improved their play in the next three to win the match with 25 – 9, 25 – 20…

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Women’s volleyball brushes aside Axewomen

Women's volleyball in action Jan. 22. Photo by Pau Balite.

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 Dal’s step over their opposition. Strong offence and numerous Acadia errors during the three sets…

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AUS takes silver, bronze at men’s soccer nationals

Huskies keeper Adam Miller stopped eight of Victoria's 11 shots in the title defeat.

Goal crazy Gigolaj nudges SMU to second The Saint Mary’s Huskies’ strong play the past two weekends at the AUS championships and then at the CIS championships was enough to earn them a gold medal match at nationals Nov. 13 with the host University of Victoria Vikes. Unfortunately for the Huskies, they came up short,…

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Sixth seed shocks: Saint Mary’s wins AUS

Men’s soccer Tigers eliminated in semis Saint Mary’s striker Elivir Gigolaj finished with four goals, scoring in the 20th, 33rd, 63rd and 65th minutes, as his team beat the UPEI Panthers 6 – 0 to win the AUS championship. It is Saint Mary’s second straight banner and 13th ever. The Huskies entered the tournament as…

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Dal’s men out in semis

Dal exhausts their resources in 2 – 1 loss, can’t break Panthers The Tigers season comes to an early end in Cape Breton, although their past two games were easily their best of the season. Dal showed real teamwork and effort on the pitch in their 2 – 1 loss to the Panthers in the…

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Huskies hit back in rematch

Men’s soccer falls in closing two contests Halifax natives Zach Bauld and Derek Gaudet put the Tigers to bed Oct. 26, scoring on either side of the half to give Saint Mary’s a 2 – 0 victory at Huskies Stadium. SMU’s victory follows Dalhousie’s 1 – 0 win at Wickwire Field the weekend earlier. The…

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