Researchers from around the world have started to land in Fredericton for the Hockey Conference at the University of New Brunswick on July 6 and 7. The conference will see 50-plus researchers and practitioners present and discuss hockey topics, including analytics, gender, coaching, the body, history, nationalism and more. Hockey experts from the city, province,… Read More »
David Foley can now add Hall of Famer to his list of achievements. He is the first soccer athlete to be inducted into the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame. “It’s an honour to be inducted into the NB Sports Hall of Fame,” says Mr. Foley. “I feel fortunate to be the first soccer player… Read More »
(OTTAWA, ONT.) – Record-setting UNB hockey coach Gardiner MacDougall will be honoured by Canadian Interuniversity Sport on Wednesday night in Ottawa. The awards dinner will be held at the Delta Ottawa City Centre as part of CIS’ annual general meeting. MacDougall merits the Jean-Marie De Koninck Coaching Excellence Award, which honours since 2007 an individual… Read More »
The University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds are hosting the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) Men’s Soccer Championship November 7-10 in Fredericton. The eight-team tournament culminates on Sunday with the national final at BMO Field on the UNB Fredericton campus at 2 p.m. Participating Teams UBC Thunderbirds York Lions Laval Rouge et Or UNB Varsity Reds… Read More »
Congratulations to UNB Saint John’s Carly Baxter, our newest Academic All Canadian Award recipient.
The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) has announced their annual National Scholar Award recipients with several deserving UNBSJ athletes on the list. The National Scholar Award is designed to recognize the outstanding academic accomplishments of CCAA student-athletes. To be recognized, a student-athlete must achieve honours standing at their institution in the current academic year. Congratulations… Read More »
University of New Brunswick Saint John’s Colin Rouse and Christie Smith are among the recipients of the 2011-2012 Sport Information Resource Centre (SIRC) and the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) Awards
Five UNB wrestlers are in Romania this week, competing in the 2011 Ion Corneanu Memorial tournament against teams from 17 eastern European countries. Shawn Daye-Finley, Eric Feunekes, Samantha Stewart, Vince Cormier and Promise Mwenga are travelling to the city of Targoviste, where they will train with the Romanian national team before competing in the Saturday… Read More »
OTTAWA – The University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds are the No. 1 team in Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) men’s hockey for the second straight week.
SAINT JOHN – It took the University of New Brunswick Saint John Seawolves almost two quarters to get rolling, but once they got the blue and white machine moving the Seawolves bulldozed the University of Dalhousie Tigers 40-6 to win the Moosehead Cup Saturday. Some 600 people braved the near-freezing temperatures at the Canada Games… Read More »
Young fans in the stands, and players on the field, didn’t question Monday the cost of refurbishing the Canada Games Stadium. “I like it. It doesn’t have a scoreboard, so you have to pay very close attention,” said Ethan Higgins Watson, 9, watching the University of New Brunswick in Saint John Seawolves’ home opener against… Read More »
The UNB Saint John campus community is invited to the official re-opening of the Canada Games UNB Saint John Stadium on Tuesday, Oct. 12 at 10 a.m.
After a three-game sweep against the Holland College Hurricanes in front of a packed gymnasium at the University of New Brunswick in Saint John, the Men’s Seawolves Volleyball Team was declared ACAA champions and had secured a spot at nationals for the second year in a row. Chika Ikejiani, the Seawolve’s captain and fourth year… Read More »