The long road back

By Josh Young The Dalhousie University Tiger’s men’s basketball team had their best season in the program’s history last year by winning the program’s first medal at the national championships. But there was one player unable to get on the court for the entire season: Cedric Sanogo. Sanogo was injured all of last year while…

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Courting the big leagues

The Maritime Women’s Basketball Association (MWBA) is set to tip off in April 2022. With national team and professional players expected to join MWBA teams, it could soon become one of Canada’s top women’s basketball leagues. The league has drawn interest from Atlantic University Sport (AUS) and Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) players too. Potentially eligible players include members of the Dalhousie University Tigers women’s basketball team.

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Building team culture

After 11 years as head coach of the women’s basketball program at Dalhousie University, Anna Stammberger will retire this spring. She will be succeeded on an interim basis by current assistant coach Anton Berry on April 1, 2021.

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Finishing what she started

Anna Stammberger (née Pendergast) has coached her final regular season basketball game for the Dalhousie University Tigers women’s basketball team. The 2014-2015 Atlantic University Sport (AUS) Women’s Basketball Coach of the Year announced she would retire following the 2020-2021 season.

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From Tigers to Stingers and back

Ochu played against strong competition in U Sports, but the CEBL was another level to experience. He wasn’t able to get much time on the court, but he was able to learn what it takes to play on the professional level.

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From shutdown to action

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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Through thick and thin

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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