Tigers Weekend Recap (Nov. 20)

- November 20, 2023

Tigers women's volleybal swept the Memorial Sea-Hawks this weekend.
Tigers women's volleybal swept the Memorial Sea-Hawks this weekend.

Women’s Volleyball

The Tigers had a great weekend in Newfoundland, taking both games 3-0. Talia Vydykhan led them to the win on Saturday with a team-high 11 kills. On Sunday, Paris Stewart put down 9 kills for the Tigers, and the team finished the game with 11 blocks.

Vydykhan leads Tigers to win over Sea-Hawks

Tigers sweep Sea-Hawks

Women’s Ice Hockey

Friday night the women weren’t able to fend off the UPEI Panthers, who outscored us 4-1.  Brooklyn Paisley found the net for the Tigers. Sunday brought a closer game against StFX, but the X-Women came out on top 2-1, with Alix Yallowega scoring for the Tigers.

Tigers fall to Panthers

X-Women beat Tigers 2-1

Men’s Ice Hockey

Wednesday night the Tigers faced the StFX X-men at the Forum. Neither team could pull ahead, forcing overtime. The X-Men beat us to the goal, taking the game 4-3 and leaving the Tigers with a single point. Saturday the UPEI Panthers came to town, and left with a 5-3 win. Josh Wainman, Liam Peyton, and Alex Belanger scored for the Tigers.

Tigers fall to X-Men 4-3

UPEI Panthers down Dalhousie Tigers 5-3

Women’s Basketball

The Tigers headed to Antigonish on Friday to pay a visit to the X-Women. Despite 17 points from Kaitlyn Ferrier, the Tigers lost 65-44. Back home on Sunday, the women attempted to outscore the UPEI Panthers. Kaitlyn Ferrier led the Tigers again with 34 points, but it wasn’t enough as they fell 91-66.

X-Women down Tigers 65-44

Tigers lose to Panthers 91-66

Men’s Basketball

Friday night the Tigers took on the StFX X-Men in Antigonish. The X-Men held onto the lead despite a 16-point effort from Samuel Maillet, taking the win 74-62. Sunday afternoon the men left it all out on the court, earning an 88-85 win against UPEI. Both teams inched ahead with the lead, but it was Nginyu Ngala that sealed the deal for the Tigers, bringing their lead to 3 with just 9 seconds left. Malcolm Christie earned player of the game for his 27 points and seven 3-pointers.

X-Men down Tigers 74-62

Tigers edge out Panthers 88-85


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