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G2 Athletes of the Week (week ending Nov. 29)

- November 30, 2015

G2 Athletes of the Week
G2 Athletes of the Week

Monday, November 30, 2015

(Halifax, N.S.) Dalhousie University presents our G2 Athletes of the Week for the week ending Sunday, November 29, 2015.

Ainsley MacIntyre, Basketball

Fourth-year forward Ainsley MacIntyre is this week’s G2 Female Athlete of the Week.

Ainsley scored 16 points, pulled down eight rebounds and had two assists in the Tigers 69-61 loss to StFX Saturday night. She went 6-7 from the free throw line and is currently second in scoring, shooting percentage and rebounds on the Tigers line up.

Ainsley is from Sydney, N.S., and is a neuroscience student.

Other nominees: Lisa Maclean (hockey); Shannay Beals (track & field)

Kashrell Lawrence, Basketball

Fourth-year forward Kashrell Lawrence is this week’s G2 Male Athlete of the Week.

Kash led the Tigers to a 74-57 victory of the StFX X-Men in Antigonish Saturday night. He had a double-double, scoring 18 points and snatching 13 rebounds in the four-point game. He shot 7-11 from the field and pulled down six of the Tigers seven defensive rebounds. He also had four steals in the game.

He leads the Tigers in points per game with 15.6.  The win puts the Tigers in a four-way tie for first in AUS standings heading into the Holiday break.

A native of Brampton, O.N., Kash is a commerce student.

Other nominee: Mike van der Poel (track & field)

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For more information:

Angela Barrett-Jewers

Manager, Varsity Marketing & Communications

Department of Athletics and Recreational Services

Dalhousie University

Phone: (902) 494-2137

Fax: (902) 494-2574

Email: sports@dal.ca

www.daltigers.ca

 


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