Posts Tagged ‘Men’s Soccer’

Dal Tigers Men’s Soccer recaps for Oct. 2 – Oct. 8, 2015

Men’s Soccer: Tigers Beat Huskies 2-0 Playing at Huskies Stadium on Friday, Sept. 25 the Dalhousie Tigers men’s soccer squad won 2-0 over the St. Mary’s Huskies. The win pushed the Tigers record to 3-2-0 through five games this season. It was a hard-fought affair between the two sides with 21 total fouls (15 for…

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Men’s soccer split weekly matches

The Acadia Axemen snapped the Dalhousie men’s soccer team’s two-game winning streak in Wolfville on Sept. 21, beating the Tigers 2-0. After the Tigers defeated the AUS leading St. Francis Xavier X-Men 2-0 three days prior at Wickwire, the Tigers lost by the same score to Acadia. Goal scorers for Acadia were Matthew Berrigan and…

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Men’s soccer start season undefeated

The Dalhousie men’s soccer team tallied four of six possible points in their opening weekend of AUS action. Coming off a 4-2 victory over the reigning AUS winning Cape Breton Capers on Saturday, the Tigers managed to pull off a tie against the University of Moncton Aigles Bleus. Dal head coach Pat Nearing attributed the…

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Dalhousie Tigers: Fall 2012 Semester in Review

Rookie Meghan Toswell and Co. are hoping to keep their momentum into the next semester. (Chris Parent photo)

By: Ian Froese, Sports Editor, Graeme Benjamin, Assistant Sports Editor, Henry Whitfield, Katelynn Gough, Alex Hallink, Arfa Ayub, Paula Sanderson, Sports Contributors This was a semester of predictability. Our teams that we expected to dominate did so. Our teams that we figured would encounter some growing pains have experienced a rocky few months. If you…

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Dal can’t snap semifinal losing streak

Tyler Lewars fights for possession in Dal's fourth consecutive semifinal loss. (Photo via UPEI Photography)

For the fourth straight year, the Dalhousie men’s soccer team has failed to qualify for the AUS championship game. The Tigers could not overcome their elusive semifinal hurdle once again, losing 4-3 to the UNB Varsity Reds in Charlottetown. A sleepy start from the Tigers on Nov. 3 left them down 3-0 in the first…

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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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Men’s soccer outclassed

Dal's James Nearing tries to get a foot on the ball as his opponent breaks for it. (Chris Parent photo)

Inconsistency has marred the first half of this campaign for the Dalhousie men’s soccer team. The Tigers knew scoring would be a question mark entering this season, but they had more to worry about than solely their offensive production Sept. 29 at Wickwire Field. The Tigers were outplayed in most facets of the game, ceding…

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A big net to fill

The men’s soccer season is young and so is the new starting goalie. But even without the steadying presence of CIS first team all-Canadian Ben Ur in net, nobody is worried that the backup has the top job. Jason Ross, 19, knows the weight is on his shoulders now that he’s replacing the graduating keeper,…

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Men’s soccer comes into its own

For Dalhousie’s men’s soccer team, this homestand was more like it. After failing to score through 180 minutes in their opening weekend, the Tigers returned home after a pair of road games and made up for their previous defeats, drawing a 2-2 tie against Cape Breton in a match Dal should have won and then…

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