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Cheer on the Tigers

Come out to the games and let the Tigers hear you roar! The Dal Tigers host over 125 home games each year, plus many special events. Get in on the action, and show your Tiger spirit by taking in a game — either by yourself, in a group of friends, or with the whole family.

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Axewomen defeat Tigers 88-49

(Halifax, NS) – In the second game of a home-and-home series, the Dalhousie Tigers hosted the number 2 ranked Acadia Axewomen in women’s basketbal. . . read more

Swimmers continue to lead Kemp-Fry Invitational

The Tigers won 11 of the 16 events in the second session with Payne, Yurkovich, Karlsen, Cinq-Mars, Immel-Herron, Liam Branton, Sarty and Gavin Dyke t. . . read more

Late goals give Tigers 4-2 win over UdeM

(Halifax, NS) – In matinee women’s hockey action, the Dalhousie Tigers played host to the UdeM Aigles Bleues at the Civic Arena. After struggling. . . read more

Tigers improve to 2-0 at AUS league tournament

Julie Moore had 21 kills and 14 digs for the Tigers, while Mieke DuMont added 15 digs to beat the Moncton Aigles Bleues 3-0 in their second mat. . . read more

McCue Gets Two Goals as Panthers Beat Tigers 4-2

In AUS men’s hockey action at the Halifax Forum, the UPEI Panthers defeated the Dalhousie Tigers 4-2 in a game that saw things get interesting in th. . . read more

Tigers off to great start at Kemp-Fry Invitational

On the first day of Dalhousie's Kemp-Fry Invitational Swim Meet, Claire Yurkovich, Lise Cinq-Mars, Isabel Sarty, Gavin Dyke, Mackenzie Holden and Morr. . . read more

Volleyballers win fir match of AUS league tournament

Julie Moore led the Tigers with 13 kills and 12 digs in the Tigers 3-0 win over the Memorial Sea-Hawks in their first match of the AUS league tourname. . . read more

Women in Leadership Profile: Sophie Gaube

As the 8th annual TD Women in Leadership Spotlight Dinner approaches, we are profiling four student-athletes from the women's volleyball and basketbal. . . read more

Flashback Friday (November 17)

This week's Flashback Friday goes to the 2002-03 womnen's track and field team. . . read more

Axemen give Tigers first loss of the regular season

Sven Stammberger led the Tigers with 20 points and seven rebounds in their 70-67 loss to the Acadia Axemen Thursday night in Wolfville.. . . read more

Tigers fall to U SPORTS No. 2 Axewomen

Sophie Gaube had 10 points in the Tigers 94-48 loss to the U SPORTS No. 2 Acadia Axewomen Thursday night in Wolfville.. . . read more

Tigers finding their footing across the pond

A number of former Tigers have started professional careers overseas since graduating from Dalhousie.. . . read more

Jordan Named AUS Athlete of the Week

Savanna Jordan named AUS Athlete of the Week. . . read more

Tigers Hold Ranking in USPORTS Top 10

The women's volleyball and men's basketball teams held their rankings this week as they both stayed third and fifth respectively. . . read more

MUSCLE MLK Athletes of the Week (week ending Nov. 12)

The Dalhousie Tigers presents our MUSCLE MLK Athletes of the Week for the week ending Sunday, November 12, 2017.. . . read more

Savanna Jordan named U SPORTS Rookie of the Year

Savanna Jordan placed 12th at the U SPORTS cross country championships on Sunday, earning second team all-Canadian status and was named the rookie of. . . read more

Stammberger earns double-double in 101-66 win over Sea-Hawks

Sven Stammberger had 24 points and 10 rebounds in the Tigers 101-66 win over the Memorial Sea-Hawks Sunday afternoon in St. John's, NL.. . . read more

Charles nets 13 in Tigers 87-58 loss to Memorial

Robertha Charles and Ariel Provo led the way for the Tigers Sunday afternoon with 13 and 11 points, respectively, in the Tigers 87-58 loss to the Memo. . . read more

UNB takes 3-1 win over Tigers

(Halfiax, NS) – In the second day of a back-to-back, the Dalhousie Tigers once again played host to the UNB Varsity Reds in afternoon volleyball act. . . read more

Tigers win over Axewomen 3-0

(Halifax, NS) – In AUS women’s volleyball action, the Dalhousie Tigers hosted the Acadia Axewomen Sunday afternoon at the Dalplex. It was a fairly. . . read more