John Gay taking home season in stride, with experience from Olympics and UBC

UBC alumnus looks ahead to Nationals, Worlds and the Commonwealth Games. Continue reading John Gay taking home season in stride, with experience from Olympics and UBC

AUS: Moncton nabs game three of MHKY quarterfinal, while UNB strikes first in WHKY final

The Moncton Aigles Bleus wouldn’t be in the playoffs in a “normal” season.  They finished seventh, dead last, in the AUS men’s hockey standings in a COVID-crippled schedule. They won just once in their final nine regular-season games and were being counted out of a close conference playoff picture. But two weeks, three wins and a couple of Etienne Montpetit clinics later, Moncton is two … Continue reading AUS: Moncton nabs game three of MHKY quarterfinal, while UNB strikes first in WHKY final

AUS: Dal men’s hockey wins first postseason contest since 2004, while two games go to overtime in conference playoffs

Connor Welsh is in his fourth year with the Dalhousie Tigers. Shaun Miller is in his first. On Friday night, they had three things in common: they both play for Dal, they both scored, and they have both earned their first career AUS playoff wins, following the Tigers’ 4-3 advantage over the Moncton Aigles Bleus. The veteran-rookie combo wasn’t only present. They made the difference.  … Continue reading AUS: Dal men’s hockey wins first postseason contest since 2004, while two games go to overtime in conference playoffs

A deep dive into the top-five AUS men’s basketball scorers

HALIFAX, NS – With the fall semester wrapped up, let us take a deep dive into the top-five scorers in AUS men’s basketball. Osman Omar Osman Omar is comfortably averaging the most points per game this season with 25.3 points per game. Even at this impressive scoring rate, Omar is shooting efficiently at 45.2 per cent from the field. Omar shoots an absurd 8.9 free … Continue reading A deep dive into the top-five AUS men’s basketball scorers

2021 CEBL Notebook #7: 5 U SPORTS Names Making Noise at the End of the Regular Season

TORONTO, CANADA – The CEBL regular season came to an end this week, and boy was it a lot of fun. From record setting performances to breakout stars, the regular season gave us just about everything we could’ve hoped for from the third season of the CEBL. As fans all across the country (except in Saskatchewan – sorry Rattlers) prepare for the playoffs to begin, … Continue reading 2021 CEBL Notebook #7: 5 U SPORTS Names Making Noise at the End of the Regular Season