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  • Jardine finding her way with Blue Hens

    “When we first started playing games I was playing with a lot of nerves,” she said. The a six-foot forward out of O’Donel High School in Mount ...

  • Lady-Hawks expecting tougher X-Women

    The Sea-Hawks defeated St. FX twice in November at the Field House, but the double win came with a caveat.“It’s important to remember,” said ...

  • Sea-Hawks look to build on season’s first victory

    “We felt we let a game slip away from us last time in our home series against St. Francis,” said Benoite.“We’ve had a number of close games so ...

  • Slaney striking a balance

    Slaney’s typical day starts with classes from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., followed by a three-hour lab. Then he gets a break — all of half an hour — before ...

  • Column: Sea-Hawks teams get halfway grades

    After sweeping the lowly UNB Varsity Reds (3-8) the Sea-Hawks were lucky enough to earn all eight points from the four-point games which put them ...

  • Lady Hawks sweep Varsity Reds

    Memorial (5-5) beat UNB 60-52 Saturday night at the Field House. The eight-point gain vaulted MUN into a second-place tie in the Atlantic ...

  • Sea-Hawks first win of season is a big one

    MUN’s stunning upset Saturday came out of nowhere as the host team entered the game with an 0-8 record on the season. “I would have liked to have ...

  • Pack mentality

    “I came home after a senior hockey game at the old Memorial Stadium,” recalls Hannaford. ”My brother is a Packers fan and he was watching the NFL ...

  • Big points up for grabs in AUS basketball

    While it’s still early, these are crucial four-point games for the Sea-Hawks in terms of each of their playoff hopes, particularly for the MUN ...

  • Plenty of promise

    No one is putting any pressure on the rookie from Ontario to play beyond his limited experience, but Parnsalu seems to enjoy a challenge. “It’s a ...