X-Men All-Canadian receiver Kaion Julien-Grant is currently ranked 13th on the CFL's top 20 prospect list in advance of the 2019 Draft. He is one of 11 U SPORTS athletes on the prospect list and the only athlete from the AUS conference.
When the top two teams in a conference meet you would expect a close, hard fought game. That’s exactly what the St. Thomas Tommies and StFX X-Women did when they faced off Friday night, as the Tommies came away with a 2-1 shootout win.
In their final home game of the first half of the season, the Dalhousie Tigers played host to the StFX X-Men at the Halifax Forum on Wednesday. Special teams made all the difference in this one as the Tigers capitalized to take the 5-2 win.
The third place Saint Mary's Huskies (8-5-1) and the second place StFX X-Women (9-3-2) battled it out this Wednesday in AUS women's hockey action at the Halifax Forum. In a physical, fast-paced contest, the X-Women came away with a 3-1 win.
The StFX X-Men picked up four points in the AUS standings with an 89-75 victory over the Acadia Axemen Saturday night. Two evenly-matched teams came into this game looking to improve on their record before the December break.
Cole MacDonald (Wetaskiwin, AB) scored the game winning goal with just under three minutes to play as the StFX X-Men defeated the Université de Moncton Aigles Bleus 5-3 Saturday night at the Charles V. Keating Centre. The crowd was treated to an entertaining 60 minutes of play, as the teams were tied after the first and second periods.
The StFX X-Men defeated the visiting Dalhousie Tigers 4-1 at the Keating Centre on a snowy Friday evening. The crowd was treated to 60 minutes of fast-paced hockey, featuring a scoring blitz for the X-Men in the second period led by first star and Subway Player of the Game Adam Stevens (Bedford, NS) who scored a hat trick.
X-Men football receiver Kaion Julien-Grant was named a U SPORTS first team All-Canadian at the Vanier Cup banquet. His teammates Jacob Czaja, Jordan Socholotiuk and Jonathan Zamora were all honoured as U SPORTS second team All-Canadians.
The hometown StFX X-Women excited fans in a 7-0 shutout win over the Saint Mary’s Huskies Wednesday evening at the Charles V. Keating Centre. The crowd of over 200 were treated to a little bit of everything from the U SPORTS No. 8 ranked team, including even-strength, power play, and shorthanded goals.
The Laval Rouge et Or will get the chance to play in the Vanier Cup championship game on home turf next week thanks to a resounding 63-0 Uteck Bowl triumph over the visiting St. Francis Xavier X-Men in the first U SPORTS football national semifinal, Saturday afternoon at TELUS-UL Stadium.
The Dalhousie Tigers (4-2) defeated the StFX X-Men (2-3) by an 89-70 score Saturday afternoon at the Oland Centre, completing a home-and-home sweep this week, having previously beaten the same X-Men squad Wednesday night in Halifax.
The U SPORTS No. 1 ranked UNB Reds defeated the No. 10 StFX X-Men by a 5-1 margin Friday night at the Charles V. Keating Centre, following up on another decisive win over the same StFX squad. The Reds won 8-1 last weekend in Fredericton.
The stage is set for the U SPORTS football national semifinals on Saturday, when the last four teams still standing will battle for a berth in the 54th Vanier Cup, presented by Promutuel Insurance, on Nov. 24 at TELUS-Université Laval Stadium in Quebec City.
In their first matchup in the young season, the Dalhousie Tigers hosted the StFX X-Men in basketball action at the Dalplex. A very strong first quarter for the Tigers set the tone for the game, as they came away with the 90-76 win.
In mid-week basketball action, the Dalhousie Tigers hosted the StFX X-Women at the Dalplex. A strong defensive second quarter allowed the Tigers to get out to a lead that was good enough to give them a 79-66 win.