Posts Tagged ‘Mount Allison’

Suzuki speaks in Halifax during Atlantic tour

A standing ovation typically indicates an exceptional performance; in Halifax, renowned environmentalist David Suzuki only had to take the stage. Suzuki’s tour of the Atlantic provinces started on a strong note this past Friday, Nov. 22, where he spoke to a sold out crowd of over 700 at the Spatz Theatre. The tour,  “Climate Change…

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The Ticker (Week Ending Oct 27)

Soccer: Focus shifts to playoffs after homestand “Undefeated October” continued for Dal soccer, as the women’s team won their final two matches of the season. It was a homestand to remember for graduating players Joanna Blodgett and Taryn McKenna, who were honoured at halftime on Saturday Oct. 26. McKenna made three saves in a 2-0…

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The Ticker (For the week ending Oct. 6)

Tigers soccer had a good trip up to Antigonish on October 6, with both the men’s and women’s teams getting back into the win column. The women’s team overwhelmed the St. Francis Xavier X-Women 3-0, with goals coming from Elise Bilodeau, Scarlett Smith and Bianca Jakisa. The goalkeeping carousel continued, with Shannon Junor back in…

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A family affair

It's a family reunion for Paige (Left) and Maddie (Right) (photo by Chris Parent)

It’s a family reunion for Paige, left, and Maddy. (Photo by Chris Parent) There are some who are born into the Tigers family, and others who have been adopted by it and now flourish. Anna Stammberger and her family are an example of the former. “We’re a Dal family,” she says as she and her…

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AUS women’s hockey championship daily recap: Saturday

The two foes fought valiantly but it was UPEI who came out on top, earning a spot to the finals. Photo by Dal Athletics.

UPEI Panthers  2 – 1  St. FX X-Women UPEI Panthers goalie Kristy Dobson carried her team on her shoulders and now finds herself in the AUS championship game because of it. Dobson was sensational throughout but she really shined in a third period where the puck rarely left her team’s end. Her masterful performance between…

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AUS women’s hockey championship daily recap: Friday

Dal's final round-robin game was a tight battle until the end. Photo by Paul Balite.

UPEI Panthers  1 – 2  Dalhousie Tigers 2 (OT) The Tigers closed their season in dramatic fashion, and more importantly, on a winning note. Dalhousie beat the UPEI Panthers in overtime Friday afternoon 2 – 1 at the AUS women’s hockey championships in their last ever game at Memorial Arena. The win improved, but still…

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Women’s hockey stalled in the standings

A win over Mount Allison would have pushed Dalhousie even closer to fifth place St. Thomas in the climb for playoff positioning. Instead, it looks like the Tigers are destined to remain stuck in the sixth and final AUS playoff berth with five games remaining. The Tigers would not rise in the standings Feb. 4,…

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Saint Mary’s ends campaign with a bow

SMU football. Photo by Alice Hebb

Early surge holds for Huskies So much for slow starts. To those who considered Saint Mary’s a team that only starts playing in the second half, Oct. 29 may have silenced the doubters as the Huskies finished the regular season with a convincing 59 – 21 victory over the Mount Allison Mounties at Huskies Stadium.…

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Mounties overwhelmed in lacrosse smothering

Lacrosse. Photo by Rob Grandy.

Authoritative 23 – 7 victory for undefeated Tigers   Mount Allison’s one-goal deficit after the first quarter was a distant memory two hours later. The Mounties were only down by a tally, 5 – 4, after the opening 20 minutes, but that was about all the visiting side had to offer offensively. They added just…

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