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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In her first ever university level cross-country race, Dalhousie runner Savanna Jordan won. “Yeah, I am excited,” said a smiling Jordan after the race. Racing at the Dalhousie/Saint Mary’s Invitational at Point Pleasant Park on a humid Saturday, Sept. 23rd, Jordan finished the women’s 6 km race in 22:39, which was 12 seconds faster than…

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Racing their way from being the runner-up last season, into being the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) champions this season, is the Dalhousie men’s cross-country team’s mindset. “Every time I have an interview with the Gazette and the men’s cross-country team comes up for the last five years, I have talked about how young, building and…

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Basketball The men’s basketball team are coming off an exciting season where they won the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) championship for the third season in a row and won the bronze medal as hosts of the Final 8, which is the program’s first national championship medal. Gone are seniors Ritchie Kanza Mata, Kashrell Lawrence, Ryall…

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Trent Lynds wants to be the AUS Rookie of the Year. It’s a bold statement, but Lynds has plenty to back it up. The first year psychology student was the best graduating cross country runner in the province last year, and he’s had an unbelievable start to his Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) career. After taking…

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The Dalhousie Tigers squad wrapped up their season with the Canadian Interuniversity Sport Cross Country Championships on Nov. 12, as men and women took on a difficult course at the Plains of Abraham in Quebec City. The women dropped several places as a team from last year, falling from fifth overall in 2015 to 10th this year. Colleen…

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The Dalhousie Tigers cross-country team has been nothing if not consistent this year. With the exception of the University of New Brunswick Invitational, which included teams from Quebec, the women won every meet with the men taking second place across the board. The Atlantic University Sport (AUS) Championships this past weekend marked the first time…

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If you had asked Colleen Wilson several years ago if she expected to be leading the pack around cross country courses all over Atlantic Canada at university meets, she wouldn’t have known how to respond. The Dalhousie Tiger phenom raced at a provincial level in high school, but says the emphasis at the time was…

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Dalhousie Tigers cross country coach Rich Lehman grins as he maps out the year ahead for his women’s team. Lehman has high hopes for this year’s athletes following the 2015 season in which the Tigers not only claimed the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) conference title but also earned team victories and individual first place finishes…

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Competing in the CIS finals at the University of Guelph on Saturday, Nov. 14, the Tigers cross-country runners represented the school well. Contending in the women’s cross-country 6km race, the Tigers ran to a 5th-place finish, improving on the 8th place result from last year. The top Tiger was Colleen Wilson who ran to a…

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