HALIFAX, N.S. – The Saint Mary’s Huskies fell to the U SPORTS No. 2 ranked Dal Tigers on Friday night in Atlantic University Sport women’s volleyball action from the Homburg Centre Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Université de Moncton Aigles Bleues (4-8=8pts, 5th position) fell 3-1 to the Saint Mary’s University Huskies (7-4=14pts, 2nd place) in an Atlantic University Sport women’s volleyball game played on Saturday at the CEPS Louis-J.-Robichaud of the Moncton campus.
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia – Jenna Mae Ellsworth scored 30 points and pulled down five rebounds as UPEI used a dominant fourth quarter to beat SMU 79-69 on Saturday night, extending the Panther winning streak to three in 2020.
(Halifax, NS) – In the first cross-town matchup of 2020, the Dalhousie Tigers hosted the Saint Mary’s Huskies at the Halifax Forum on Friday. The Huskies special teams were the difference in this one as they took the 5-0 win.
Antigonish, NS – The Huskies and X-Women took to the ice at the StFX Keating Centre on Friday afternoon in an exhibition match-up and the Huskies skated to a close 2-1 win as the teams prep for AUS regular season play that resumes next weekend.
Ryerson forward Mathew Santos and Alberta forward Trevor Cox scored just under four minutes apart in the first period to lead the U SPORTS All-Stars to a 2-1 victory over Hockey Canada's World Junior prospects on Thursday afternoon at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex.
Saint Mary's Huskies forward Stephen Johnson of Moncton, right, is playing for the U Sports men's hockey all-star team against Canadian junior national team prospects in a two-game exhibition series this week. PHOTO: Nick Pearce/SMU Athletic