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Tim Kendrick will look to remain in coaching

Tim Kendrick will look to remain in coaching

The Wolfville native and longtime Horton Griffins coach is still under contract at UPEI until the end of June, but his days as head coach of the Panthers ended without warning on Monday when he was notified his contract would not be renewed.
Busy Gushue set to rock Port Hawkesbury

Busy Gushue set to rock Port Hawkesbury

Can't get enough of Brad Gushue? If you're a Nova Scotia curling fan, you're in luck. Gushue will bring his team into Port Hawkesbury starting Thursday for the Grand Slam of Curling's Elite 10 competition.
Nova Scotia native Tim Kendrick ousted as UPEI men’s hoops coach

Nova Scotia native Tim Kendrick ousted as UPEI men’s hoops coach

Missing the basketball playoffs came at a high cost for UPEI Panthers head coach Tim Kendrick.
Gritty, ‘blue-collar’ X-Men riding high into nationals

Gritty, ‘blue-collar’ X-Men riding high into nationals

The X-Men will make their third consecutive appearance at nationals later this week at the U Sports Cavendish Farms men's hockey championship in Fredericton. 'There are no passengers on this team. Everyone is playing hard and playing with passion. It's simple hockey,' says forward Michael Clarke.
‘Battle-tested’ Acadia claws its way back to University Cup

‘Battle-tested’ Acadia claws its way back to University Cup

The Axemen will make their third trip to the U Sports University Cup hockey championship in four years this week in Fredericton. But they didn't take the easy route. 'A lot of the guys who came back looked at themselves in the mirror and were focused in getting back to nationals.'
University Cup host Varsity Reds hope to follow same script as last year

University Cup host Varsity Reds hope to follow same script as last year

'This year, as defending champs, we know what it takes and everyone on the team is willing to do it. And to do it on home ice would be really special,' says UNB's Jordan Murray, the reigning Canadian university defenceman of the year and a favourite to repeat the honour.
Huskies focused on gold at U Sports women’s hockey championship

Huskies focused on gold at U Sports women’s hockey championship

The Saint Mary's Huskies head into the U Sports national women's hockey championship starting Thursday as two-time AUS champs. They are hoping the experience gained during their run to the bronze medal last year will translate into an even better result this year.
X-Women confident work ethic will pay dividends at U Sports tourney

X-Women confident work ethic will pay dividends at U Sports tourney

'Our bread and butter is our work ethic. We'll just leave everything on the ice, play our hardest and see what happens,' said St. F.X. coach David Synishin as the X-Women head to the U Sports women's hockey championship starting Thursday.
Donkin’s Jamey Jewells helps propel Alabama to hoops glory

Donkin’s Jamey Jewells helps propel Alabama to hoops glory

Cape Breton's Jamey Jewells has capped her first season at the University of Alabama with a national championship. 'Who would ever think that a small-town girl from Donkin would win a national championship for the Crimson Tide?' she said. 'Certainly not me.'
CHRIS COCHRANE: Halifax again proves it’s best host for Final 8 competition

CHRIS COCHRANE: Halifax again proves it’s best host for Final 8 competition

The men's university basketball championship came home to appreciative crowds at Scotiabank Centre. Tournament hosts Dalhousie and Sports & Entertainment Atlantic had to be pleased with the attendance numbers. The overall count was 24,720. That’s near what the organizers had planned for. They were hoping for a total attendance of 25,000 had either Dalhousie or Saint Mary’s advanced to the tournament final.