Posts Tagged ‘Kashrell Lawrence’

Tigers win Bronze at Final 8

The Dalhousie Tigers beat the McGill Redman 69-58 to win the bronze medal as the hosts of the U-Sports’ Final 8 tournament at the Scotiabank Centre in Halifax. This is the Dalhousie basketball program’s first medal at the national championship and Tigers senior guard Ritchie Kanza Mata is happy to win it at home. “It…

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Dal defeated by Ryerson in Final 8 seminfinal

The Dalhousie Tigers men’s basketball team lost to the first-ranked Ryerson Rams in yesterday’s semifinal game of the U SPORTS (formerly the CIS) Final 8 tournament. Dalhousie, ranked fifth out of the eight participating teams, won their first game against the fourth-ranked University of Alberta (UAl) Golden Bears on the game heroics of Kashrell Lawrence,…

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2014’s Most Eligible Tigers

They’re hot. They’re athletic. They’re talented. But most importantly…they’re single. We’ve hand-picked seven of Dalhousie’s most eligible varsity bachelors and bachelorettes, sat down with them and got a better a sense of the do’s and don’ts of their love lives off the field of play. Whether you’re looking for a swimmer who gets freaky to…

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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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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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Reunion on the road

Keith Robinson boards the team bus en route to Wolfville. (Monica Mutale photo)

There are no goodbyes on a journey this short; it’s the hellos that matter. After all, these are no solo travelers. Today, this season—perhaps always—the Tigers are family. And this trip is a family reunion. The bus is scheduled to leave at 2:45 p.m. By 2:40, five or so bodies warm the seats, most of…

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Second semester is Dal’s for the taking

Kashrell Lawrence goes airborne in an authoritative Tigers victory. (Chris Parent photo)

Fresh off their first winning weekend in a decade at the Rod Shoveller Memorial Tournament in late December, the Dalhousie men’s basketball team carried its run of good play into league play. The Tigers outclassed the St. Francis Xavier X-Men 85-59 at the Dalplex on Jan. 5. Top scorers for the home team, which took…

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Four keys to success for men’s basketball

Rookie Devon Stedman, far left, is a key component to a young men's basketball team this season. (Shauna Brown photo)

The Dalhousie Tigers men’s basketball team has a lot to think about. An abysmal start to the season, although still early, has the Tigers tied for last place in the AUS. Not only has the lack of chemistry led to a 0-3 start, there hasn’t been much promise of good things to come. That is,…

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