Tigers Weekend Action (Jan. 29)

- January 30, 2023

Olivia Eustace carries the puck in the women's hockey game Saturday
Olivia Eustace carries the puck in the women's hockey game Saturday

Men's Basketball

The Tigers had just one game this weekend, hitting the road to play Acadia in Wolfville. 

Tigers defeat Axemen 95-84

Women's Basketball 

The women's basketball team also battled Acadia in the valley this weekend. 

Valley scores 16 in loss to Axewomen

Men's Hockey 

A two-game home stand by the men's hockey team this weekend ended in the Tigers win-streak. 

Smith scores in loss to Moncton

Peyton and Green score in loss to UNB

Women's Hockey 

The women's hockey team beat the SMU Huskies on Wednesday, to clinch a playoff spot. They followed that up by earning their 12th win of the season on Saturday. 

Bishop scores twice in Tigers win

Whelan scores game winner

Men's Volleyball 

The men's volleyball team host Montreal in a two-game homestand this weekend. 

Montreal Defeats Dalhousie in Three Sets

Donovan gets 18 kills in loss to Montreal

Women's Volleyball 

Flight delays saw the Tigers friday night game versus Memorial postponed to Monday. In their lone game of the weekend, Lucy Glen-Carter recorded 26 kills which ties her career, regular season, single game record. 

Glen-Carter records 26 kills in loss to SMU

Track & Field 

The track and field teams headed to New Brunswick this weekend for the UNB Open. Lorena Heubach and Aiden Goslett had especially successful weekends, both autoqualifying for events at nationals. 

Tigers win 23 events at NB Meet


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