Tigers Weekend Recap (Feb. 5)

- February 5, 2024

Talia Vydykhan tips the volleyball over two Memorial blockers in the game on Friday.
Talia Vydykhan tips the volleyball over two Memorial blockers in the game on Friday.

The playoff picture got a little clearer this weekend with the women's hockey team clinching a spot and the men's hockey and men's volleyball teams being eliminated. It is still too close to call in men's basketball and women's volleyball. 

Women’s Basketball

The Tigers kept it close in the first half but ran out of gas in the second half to fall to the Panthers 75-50.

Tigers run out of gas versus Panthers

Men’s Basketball

The men’s basketball team kept pace with the top teams in a close AUS table, with a win in one of the few games that was played this weekend.

Ngala leads Tigers to win over Panthers

Women’s Hockey

The women’s hockey team beat the first place team 1-0 on the back of a 56 save performance of Grace Beer to secure a playoff spot.

Tigers clinch playoffs in shut out victory over StFX

Men’s Hockey

The men’s hockey team was eliminated from playoffs on Friday with a 7-4 loss to the Aigles Bleus.

Aigles Bleus down Tigers 7-4

REDS defeat Tigers 8-2

Women’s Volleyball

The Tigers got two big wins this weekend over the Memorial Sea-Hawks, sweeping both games 3-0.

Vydykhan leads Tigers to victory over Sea-Hawks

Tigers down Sea-Hawks 3-0

Men’s Volleyball

In their final home games of the season, the Tigers fell to the Laval Rouge et Or in both games.

Tigers fall to Rouge et Or 3-1

Tigers fall to Rouge et Or

Track & Field

The Tigers were in Saint John this past weekend to compete at the UNB Invitational. Lily Spoozak and Skeets Greene led the Tigers with personal best performances.

Spoozak and Greene lead Tigers in Saint John


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