Tigers Weekend Recap (Jan. 29)

- January 29, 2024

Malcolm Christie and Sam Maillet try to block a Memorial player's shot on Saturday. Photo by Nick Pearce
Malcolm Christie and Sam Maillet try to block a Memorial player's shot on Saturday. Photo by Nick Pearce

Men’s Hockey

On Wednesday the men’s hockey team travelled to STFX to battle the X-Men. Four, first period goals proved to be a steep hill to climb, and the Tigers lost 7-1. The Tigers looked to rebound on Saturday against UPEI. Two goals from Ethan O’Rourke, including one in the shootout lifted the Tigers over the Panthers.

X-Men down Tigers 7-1
Tigers beat Panthers in shootout

Women’s Hockey

The women’s hockey team had a two-game homestand facing St. Thomas on Friday and Mount Allison on Saturday. Despite losing in both games, the Tigers are still in the playoff hunt.

Tommies blank Tigers
Mounties outlast Tigers to win 4-3

Men’s Basketball

The basketball teams had a two-game weekend series against Memorial. The men’s team split the weekend with the Sea-Hawks losing a close one on Friday and winning on Saturday.

Sea-Hawks defeat Tigers 85-81
Tigers down Sea-Hawks 97-91

Women’s Basketball

The Tigers fought well in both their games against the Sea-Hawks but came up short. They have three more road games and one more game at home to wrap up the season.

Sea-Hawks down Tigers 80-56
Tigers fall to Sea-Hawks

Men’s Volleyball

The men’s volleyball team was in Fredericton this weekend to face the REDS in RSEQ action. The REDS got the best of the Tigers in both games sweeping the weekend.

Tigers open weekend series with 3-1 loss
REDS top Tigers 3-1

Women’s Volleyball

The women’s volleyball team also had a weekend series in Fredericton. Lucy Glen-Carter continued to add to her record career stats registering 14 kills on Friday and 19 on Saturday.

Glen-Carter records 14 kills in loss to REDS
Tigers fall to REDS 3-2

Track & Field

The track and field team was in Montral for the McGill Team Challenge. Abbi Gaudry set a new DAL record in the 60mH and Zach James ran a personal best and one of the fastest times in the country this year in the 600m.



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