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Offensive question marks for women’s basketball

Who picks up the offensive slack, if anybody, will go a long way in determining how Dalhousie’s women’s basketball team will do this season. The Tigers will need a strong shooter to make up for the sparkling 20.5 points per game Keisha Brown averaged in her graduating year, good for second best in Atlantic University…

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The Ticker (For the week ending Oct. 25)

Women’s basketball: Team hosts tourney, raises awareness by thinking pink The Dalplex played host to the Subway Centennial Tournament, as the women’s team continue their preparation for the regular season. The Tigers took a nine-point lead into the half on Friday Oct. 18 against Carleton, but only managed 16 points in the second half as they…

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Dynamic duo

Games of one-on-one occur often with Derek (Left) and Devon (Right) (photo by Chris Parent)

Being a Tiger is a source of pride for Devon and Derek Norris. “I never really considered going anywhere else,” says Derek, a third-year kinesiology student and guard for the Dalhousie men’s basketball team. Derek says his decision came easy because of his older brother, Devon, who was a member of Dal’s basketball team from…

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A family affair

It's a family reunion for Paige (Left) and Maddie (Right) (photo by Chris Parent)

It’s a family reunion for Paige, left, and Maddy. (Photo by Chris Parent) There are some who are born into the Tigers family, and others who have been adopted by it and now flourish. Anna Stammberger and her family are an example of the former. “We’re a Dal family,” she says as she and her…

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Dalhousie Tigers: Winter 2013 Semester in Review

This banner ends a seven-year championship drought for women's volleyball. (Photo by Darek Nakonieczny via NLsportsphoto.com)

By: Ian Froese, Sports Editor, Henry Whitfield, Benjamin Blum, Stephen Campbell, Monica Mutale, Staff Contributors Let’s not gloss over it: this was a semester unlike any other for Dalhousie Athletics. Instead of the slap to the wrist many expected, the university garnered international attention by taking a strong stance against hazing, forcing women’s hockey to…

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