Varsity Reds clinch playoff bye with victory over X-WomenThe UNB Varsity Reds (15-5) wrapped up AUS regular season play with a 71-32 victory over the StFX X-Women (1-18). With the win the Varsity Reds clinch at least second place in the conference standings and secure themselves a first round bye at the Subway AUS Championship next weekend in Halifax.
Sarah Bujold named AUS most valuable playerX-Women hockey forward Sarah Bujold has been honored as the AUS most valuable player for the 2016-17 season. Daley Oddy was named an AUS second team all-star and Lindsey Donovan was named to the AUS all-rookie team.
X-Men sweep Moncton 2-0 in AUS quarter-finalsThe StFX X-Men won their Subway AUS quarter-final series 2-0 over the Moncton Aigles Bleus with a 4-3 victory on the road Friday night. With the win the X-Men advance to the best-of-five semifinals against second place Acadia.
X-Men lose close game to AcadiaShooting 41.9% from downtown gave Acadia the edge they needed to clinch an 88-82 win over StFX in a four-point game on Friday evening.
X-Women win first ever AUS curling championship bannerThe StFX X-Women are the 2017 Atlantic University Sport curling champions. The team won the Subway AUS championship banner with a 9-3 victory over Dalhousie in eight ends in the gold medal game played at the Truro Curling Club on Sunday.
X-Women drop second game of weekend to Varsity RedsThe UNB Varsity Reds pulled off their second victory of the weekend, 56-42 against the StFX X-Women. UNB faced a much tougher opponent Sunday then yesterday, when they defeated the X-Women by 36 points (54-18). StFX more than doubled their scoring output from the previous day.
Bujold hat trick leads X-Women past Mount AThe StFX X-Women finished the season on a winning note, defeating the Mount Allison Mounties 7-3 on Sunday afternoon at the Charles V. Keating Centre in the final AUS regular season game.
Oddy and Power lead X-Women in 5-4 win over HuskiesThe StFX-Women topped the U SPORTS no. 3 ranked Saint Mary’s Huskies 5-4 Saturday afternoon at Alumni Arena. The game featured the top five scorers in the AUS, and they did not disappoint as each posted multi-point games.
X-Women fall to Varsity RedsThe UNB Varsity Reds held the StFX X-Women off the scoreboard for the first 3:56 of the game - and scoreless for the entire fourth quarter - on their way to a 54-18 victory.
Big fourth quarter lifts Tigers over X-MenThe Dalhousie Tigers (13-4) earned an important 77-65 come-from-behind victory over the StFX X-Men (8-7) Tuesday evening at the StFX Oland Centre. Worth four-points in the standings, the Tigers moved into sole possession of first place, two points ahead of UNB (10-6) in a tight AUS race.
Tigers edge X-Women 59-57The Dalhousie Tigers (3-14) defeated the StFX X-Women (1-14) Tuesday night at the Oland Center in an AUS match between the bottom two teams in the conference.
X-Women shutout TigersTwo goals from forward Kara Power (New Glasgow, NS) made the difference on Sunday evening at the Halifax Civic Centre as the StFX X-Women (14-8-0) topped the Dalhousie Tigers (7-15-1) by a 2-0 score.
X-Men win 4-2 game over PanthersThe StFX X-Men (15-11-2) snapped a two-game losing skid and skated to a 4-2 win over the UPEI Panthers (10-14-4) Saturday night in AUS action at the Charles V. Keating Centre.