What we know about the AUS return to play so far, rule changes, and more from a busy early June in the AUS

More information about how the 2021-22 season will look in Atlantic Canada. Continue reading What we know about the AUS return to play so far, rule changes, and more from a busy early June in the AUS

Former student-athletes launch networking platform for U SPORTS student-athletes

Vancouver, BC- When student-athletes reach the end of their U SPORTS careers, some will have professional opportunities, but for many, it is the end of their sporting careers.  After four or five years of university athletics, nearly every athlete will have dedicated their lives to sporting excellence and have built their identity around a ball, puck or racket.  Enter “The Playbook,” a new networking initiative … Continue reading Former student-athletes launch networking platform for U SPORTS student-athletes

This week in U SPORTS: News and Notes

Vancouver, BC- While the last few weeks were extremely quiet in Canadian university sports, the news cycle picked up over the last seven days, as athletics programs continue to prepare for a 2021-22 U SPORTS season. Deb Huband retires from UBC Women’s Basketball One of the most successful coaches in U SPORTS won’t be on the sidelines when Canada West basketball returns in the fall, … Continue reading This week in U SPORTS: News and Notes

UNB and STU write the final chapter of the 2020-21 season

Halifax, NS – Nearly every AUS and ACAA team finished up their exhibition seasons by March 27, but a few UNB Reds/Seawolves and St. Thomas Tommies teams came out for their encores last week. And they did so with a bang. The Saint John-based Seawolves faced STU in men’s and women’s volleyball games in the middle of the week, each playing a game to cap … Continue reading UNB and STU write the final chapter of the 2020-21 season