Soccer

Tigers Team Previews for 2015-16

Men’s Basketball Coming off a spectacular finish to last year when they got hot down the stretch and stole the AUS title as the fifth seed in the playoffs, this Tigers team will be looking to carry that momentum into this season. Nearly the entire roster is back for this year including points leader and…

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Tigers Women’s Soccer fall to 0-2

    Playing the second leg of back-to-back games this weekend at Wickwire Field, the women’s soccer Tigers lost 6-1 to the Acadia Axewomen on Sunday. Head coach Jack Hutchison was less than pleased with his team’s effort through the match. “You have to bring the intensity up a bit,” said Hutchison. “Maybe some of…

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Tiger’s Soccer Women Drop Opener

Kicking off the 2015 AUS women’s soccer season with their home opener at Wickwire Field, the women’s soccer Tigers fell to the Mount Allison Mounties 3-2 on Saturday. Tigers head coach Jack Hutchison felt that the team performed well but needed to be more vigilant on the back end. “90 per cent of [the match]…

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Tigers Soccer Men’s Second Act Not as Strong

In their second match in as many days, the Tigers soccer men’s team fell to the visiting Acadia Axemen 3-0 on Sunday at Wickwire Field. The loss evens their record at 1-1 on the young season. The opening half was an exciting affair to watch as both teams worked the ball up and down the…

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Tigers Soccer Men Start Season Strong

    In their opening match of the 2015 AUS soccer season on Saturday, the Dalhousie Tigers men’s soccer team was able to bombard the Mount Allison Mounties net for a 7-0 win. Head coach Pat Nearing was happy with the performance of his squad. “The guys are starting to play into our system,” said…

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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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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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Women’s soccer split week four matchups

Tigers defeat Huskies, lose to Capers at home After a convincing 3-0 win over the Saint Mary’s Huskies on Sept. 24 at Wickwire Field, the Tigers were once again unable to score against the Cape Breton Capers, getting shutout 1-0 the following Saturday. Jensen Hudder paved the path for success for the Tigers against Saint…

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