Posts Tagged ‘Dalhousie Tigers’

Playing the game of love

Here at the Gazette, we know that if there’s one thing Valentine’s Day is good for, it’s testing your partner in a series of elaborate mental challenges. That’s why we sat down with Dalhousie Tigers hockey player Ben MacAskill and soccer player Ashley Donnelly—together for ten months—to put their knowledge of one another to the…

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VIDEO: Behind the scenes with Dalhousie’s Most Eligible Tigers

It’s not often you can get this many hot singles together in one room. For the Gazette‘s third annual Most Eligible Tigers feature, we hand-picked some of Dalhousie’s most attractive singles. Our athletes, of course. To cherish this memory, we documented the fun in this video. Learn more about these ready to mingle athletes when the…

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Dalhousie’s director of varsity athletics retires

Karen Moore has stepped down as the head of Dalhousie’s varsity athletics program. The Dal alumna entered the Tigers front office shortly after competing in the 1984 Olympics as a member of the Canadian volleyball team and went on to spend 30 years in the department in a variety of positions. Moore retired on Friday,…

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More than just teammates

The holidays have come to an end and we’re all back to the grind. We’ve left our families behind to embrace a new semester with resolutions at hand. As the New Year approaches with our families still in our hearts, I think it’s important to share with you what makes up a sports team. There…

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The Ticker

Winter Universiade: Canada takes gold in men’s hockey   This year was the AUS’s turn to send its all-stars to represent Canada at the Winter Universiade in Trentino, Italy. The national squad, which rotates among CIS conferences biannually, travelled to Italy from Dec. 10-21 to face off against university-aged students from around the world. Dal’s lone…

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Dalhousie earns third consecutive lacrosse title

Turns out, winning a league championship doesn’t get old for Dalhousie men’s lacrosse. When the champagne bottle had been emptied, the last hugs exchanged and the hollers had finally died down, the Tigers once again proved they are the finest team in local campus lacrosse. Dal’s 17-10 triumph against St. FX Nov. 10 was the…

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The Ticker (For the week ending Nov. 10)

Basketball: AUS season tips off at Dalplex The Dal Tigers men’s and women’s basketball seasons both opened with a two-game series agains UNB. The women’s team controlled the entire game on Friday Nov. 8, handling the Varsity Reds 81-55, buoyed by Tessa Stammberger’s 21 points and a double-double from Ainsley MacIntyre. Saturday’s tilt would swing in…

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Academic athlete banquet faces possible cancellation

Due to staff shortages and budget cutbacks, the athletics department’s annual Academic All-Canadians Banquet is in danger of cancellation. Though normally held in mid-November, the format, timing and existence of this year’s event is uncertain. Despite a host of challenges, organizers are optimistic the banquet can be saved. “We completely appreciate the value of the…

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Tigers football loses bite in Saint John

Inclement weather and a botched last-minute field goal attempt spelled defeat for the Dalhousie Tigers’ football club in their Sept. 22 game against the University of New Brunswick Saint John Seawolves. The match, played amidst a roaring gale in Saint John, saw the now 1-1 Tigers succumb to turnovers brought on by poor field conditions…

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