In this image: A group on a sailboat in the water.

Over February reading week, Dalhousie’s sailing club travelled to St. Petersburg, Florida, to compete in the CICSA Midwinters regatta.

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The U Sports Female Apprenticeship Coach Program, to which Clarke was selected on Aug. 20, aims to provide more opportunities and resources for female coaches in Canada. Clarke is among 18 coaches, all former U Sports student-athletes, selected for the program.

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Dal Basketball Fans

With COVID-19 forcing the suspension of the 2020 AUS fall season, the earliest the Dalhousie University Tigers could return to play is January 2021. How exactly university sports will work when they do return is unclear. One thing is certain–they will look different.

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Having served from 1993 to 1997 as the team’s president, Wheeler became general manager of Dal’s men’s hockey team for the next 15 years. Before his time with the hockey team, he had long careers in the Royal Canadian Air Force and at Bridgestone Tires. He was also a student at Dal in the ’90s when he began with the hockey team. Wheeler graduated with a bachelor’s degree in history from Dal in 2000.

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Dalhousie University Tigers volleyballers Michael Donovan and Talia Vydykhan are no strangers to provincial and Team Canada volleyball camps. Yet while attending Volleyball Canada’s virtual camps this year, the two are in less familiar waters.

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Aug. 17. This date marked the beginning of phase three in Dalhousie University’s reopening plan for its athletic facilities. The Dalplex’s pool, basketball court and volleyball court reopened. This is in addition to facilities like the fitness hall, which reopened on Aug. 4.

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Keevan Veinot Dal basketball leader

All players are set to return except graduates Sascha Kappos, Jordan Wilson, Brent Martindale and Matt McVeigh. One of the returning players is Keevan Veinot, who will be one of the leaders of this year’s Tigers squad.

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Dalhouse Tigers hockey team

The Dalhousie University Tigers men’s hockey team has announced eight new recruits for the upcoming Atlantic University Sport (AUS) season, which is delayed until January 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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