Posts Tagged ‘Blue Devils’

Dal wins rugby rematches

On Nov. 3 Dalhousie and King’s College went head-to-head for the second year in a row in the Nova Scotia Rugby Union University Division 2 final. King’s opened the scoring as scrumhalf Tristan Keyes took the penalty restart quickly, racing to the outside and offloading to lock Sam Campbell for the try, but flyhalf Liam…

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King’s men’s volleyball program cut

The University of King’s College has cut its men’s volleyball program. The team was in the midst of a coaching transition, and this air of uncertainty led to a lack of commitment on the part of returning and incoming volleyball players, according to King’s athletic director Neil Hooper. “We felt that for competitive reasons and…

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King’s tops Dal in title contest

Dal was unable to capture the championship. (David Munro photo)

The Dalhousie men’s Division II rugby team ended their stellar season with an overtime loss to King’s on championship weekend. The Tigers lost 20-15 at Merv Sullivan Park in Halifax. Scorers for Dal were Nick Rotta-Loria and Jake Exton, each with one try. Exton also had two conversions and a penalty for a total of…

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For the love of the game

Stories of the disabled list: Sarah Wojcik, Andrea Gillis and Brendan Parsley. (Chris Parent photo)

Student athletes at the varsity level make sacrifices. They give up sleep, partying with their friends and a lot of their free time. Most of all, student athletes sacrifice their bodies for the love of the game. Dylan De Paul, a fourth-year kinesiology student, knows more about sacrificing his body for a sport than most.…

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Dal rugby squeaks past King’s

Rugby kings v. dal - photo by Karyn Boehmer

Combatants battle in regular season for first time in four years   The Dalhouise Tigers rugby team won their Division II season opener Saturday afternoon against the King’s Blue Devils in a tightly-matched 12 – 10 game. The Tigers came out strong in the first half, scoring two tries by second years Adam Anshan and Mark…

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Blue Devil’s basketball handle Mounties

Women win 83 – 73, men 94 – 82 Kayla Iafelice, Sports Contributor   For the first time since the 2008-09 season, both King’s men and women basketball teams walked away from the court victorious after a well-deserved win over the Mount Allison Mounties. Women’s guard Margaret Neville led King’s in scoring with 31 points, while Mounties forward…

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