Posts Tagged ‘Keisha Brown’

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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Dalhousie Tigers: Winter 2013 Semester in Review

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

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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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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Tigers drop two straight at home

Tessa Stammberger drives to the basket in Dal's 74-66 defeat vs. the last-place UPEI. (Chris Parent photo)

Unexpected heartbreak is the best way to describe this past weekend for the Dalhousie women’s basketball team. After falling at the hands of the last place UPEI Panthers on Jan. 25, the Tigers lost a game that stayed competitive until the very last seconds against the Cape Breton Capers. Dal led for the majority of…

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Dalhousie Tigers: Winter Sports Preview

Dal should win another banner. (Chris Parent photo)

By Alex Hallink, Arfa Ayub, Katelynn Gough, Paula Sanderson, Sports Contributors, Graeme Benjamin, Assistant Sports Editor There may now be one less team for the Tigers faithful to cheer for, but that doesn’t mean there is a shortage of sporting options for a black and gold supporter to enjoy. After all, you weren’t going to…

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