StFX X-Women basketball head coach Lee Anna Osei is pleased to announce the commitment of a pair of top Nova Scotia prospects to the X-Women program for the 2019-20 season in Briar MacDonald and Aliyah Fraser.
The Cape Breton Capers overcame a resilient StFX X-Women squad to earn a 71-52 victory Saturday evening. It marked the second straight won for the Capers over the X-Women, having previously won at home Thursday night.
The visiting Saint Mary’s Huskies picked up an 85-77 win over the StFX X-Women on Saturday evening. The Huskies led by a wide margin for most of the game, but X showed great determination to reduce the lead to four points in the game’s final minute.
The visiting Memorial Sea-Hawks won their second consecutive game in as many days over the StFX X-Women, playing to a 70-50 victory Sunday afternoon at StFX Oland Centre. With each game worth four points in the AUS standings, the Sea-Hawks picked up some key points.
In the second game of a home-and-home series, the Dalhousie Tigers hosted the StFX X-Women at the Dalplex. After a tight first half, the Tigers shooters got going in the second to lead them to a 67-50 victory.
The StFX X-Women closed out the MSVU Dyrick McDermott Invitational tournament with a 2-1 record after they played to a 63-29 exhibition victory over the University of King’s College (UKC) Blue Devils on Sunday afternoon.
The StFX X-Women played to a 75-48 exhibition win over the St. Thomas Tommies Monday afternoon in their second game at the MSVU Dyrick McDermott Invitational tournament. The StFX squad rebounded after a loss to MSVU the previous night.
In mid-week basketball action, the Dalhousie Tigers hosted the StFX X-Women at the Dalplex. A strong defensive second quarter allowed the Tigers to get out to a lead that was good enough to give them a 79-66 win.