NEWS: Laurentian University cuts swimming, hockey to follow

Swimming confirmed cut. Sources confirm hockey will be as well. Continue reading NEWS: Laurentian University cuts swimming, hockey to follow

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

Nova Scotia competition concludes, STU stay busy and more from the past week in the AUS/ACAA

Halifax, NS- The majority of sports in the AUS exhibition schedule were finished in Nova Scotia last week, while ACAA and a high school team got plenty of action in New Brunswick. Saturday was the final day for basketball and hockey between teams from Dalhousie, Acadia and Saint Mary’s that took part in the three-team exhibition bubble which returned to play first in February. The … Continue reading Nova Scotia competition concludes, STU stay busy and more from the past week in the AUS/ACAA

Monday Morning Coffey: Some way too early 2021/22 U SPORTS Winter Champion Predictions

Toronto, ON – Well, 2020 has come and gone, but unfortunately, 2021 will not bring us any U SPORTS athletics (at least until hopefully the fall). Bearing that in mind, I thought I might get this out of the way now; with at least eight months before any U SPORTS athletics will start again, I feel I can make my predictions on some of next … Continue reading Monday Morning Coffey: Some way too early 2021/22 U SPORTS Winter Champion Predictions

Former Alberta Panda, Alysia Rissling returns to Bobsleigh World Cup for a crucial season

Whistler, B.C.- When Alysia Rissling speeds down sliding tracks on the IBSF World Cup, and races for Canada at the Olympics, the screaming crowds, prying eyes, and grilling questions do not phase her. Although a bigger stage, it reminds her of playing at the U SPORTS National Championships, and with that, she is prepared.  Rissling, 32, transitioned to bobsleigh after finishing off a studded basketball … Continue reading Former Alberta Panda, Alysia Rissling returns to Bobsleigh World Cup for a crucial season