If the St. Francis Xavier X-Women basketball players don't know what they are getting in their new head coach, they will know soon enough. A few minutes with Lee Anna Osei leaves a singular impression. Everything is earned and nothing is given.
StFX Athletics has announced that Augy Jones has been released from his position as head coach of the women’s basketball program. Mr. Jones is in discussions with StFX University regarding a new employment opportunity. An announcement pertaining to his new role will be forthcoming once details are finalized.
The Saint Mary’s Huskies (10-5) defeated the StFX X-Women (1-15) by a 55-46 margin Tuesday evening on Coach K Court at the StFX Oland Centre. The victory was worth four points in the AUS standings for the Huskies who moved into sole possession of second place.
The UNB Varsity Reds (7-9) defeated the StFX X-Women (1-14) Saturday evening by a 68-46 margin on Coach K Court at the StFX Oland Centre. The win was worth four points in the AUS standings for the Varsity Reds.
In AUS women’s basketball action at the Dalplex, the StFX X-Women defeated the Dalhousie Tigers 68-61 in a game where the scoring and excitement picked up as the contest progressed. The win marked the first one of the season for the X-Women.
On a record-setting night for Allie Berry (Yarmouth, NS), the U SPORTS #1-ranked Acadia Axewomen (9-0) rallied in the second half for an 84-63 victory over the StFX X-Women (0-9) in Atlantic University Sport basketball action Wednesday on Coach K Court at Oland Centre.
The Dalhousie Tigers earned their second win in as many games, both at the expense of the StFX X-Women. Saturday’s 51-48 victory at StFX Oland Stadium followed up on their 60-58 win Wednesday night in Halifax.
The StFX X-Women wrapped up play at the McGill RedBird Classic tournament with a 7-55 loss to the University of Toronto. With an 0-3 record, the X-Women finished in fourth place behind McGill (3-0), Queen’s (2-1) and Toronto (1-2).
The StFX X-Women played a tough game against the defending national champion McGill Martlets, coming out on the losing end of a 69-41 exhibition game at the McGill RedBird Classic tournament Friday night.