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Dalhousie brings 11-0 record to the Field House in St. John's
Coming off their first match win of the Atlantic University Sport 2018-19 women’s volleyball season, the Memorial Sea-Hawks face a big challenge as they take the conference-leading and undefeated Dalhousie Tigers (11-0) three times this weekend at the Field House in St. John’s.
The Sea-Hawks lost 10 straight matches before downing the Université de Moncton 3-1 last Sunday in New Brunswick.
Games are 7 p.m. tonight and Saturday and 1 p.m. Sunday.
On Saturday night, the Sea-Hawks volleyballers will be hosting their annual Think Pink Night as fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Society.
With the v0ballers in the Field House Sunday afternoon, it means a make-up AUS men's basketball game between Memorial and Saint Mary's also set for 1 p.m. Sunday, is being played at the old MUN gym.