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MWBA Season III: Regular Season Set to Open May 2

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Four Teams Left in ACAA

It’s semifinal Saturday in the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association. A berth in Sunday’s final is on the line in Charlottetown. Regular season champion – and reigning champion Mount St. Vincent University Mystics of Halifax face host Holland College Hurricanes at 1 p.m. That will be followed by second seed Mount Allison University Mounties of Sackville...
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Gee Gees, Bold Drop Semifinals

The University of Ottawa Gee Gees dropped a 75-51 decision to city rival Carleton University Ravens in Ontario University Athletics semifinal action Wednesday. Carleton will advance to the league final to play Kingston’s Queen’s University Gaels, who eliminated Toronto Metropolitan Bold 67-49. Allie McCarthy of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association’s Fredericton Freeze is with Ottawa....
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Hornets Name New Head Coach

With a plethora of experience filling his resume, Augy Jones is back in a head coaching capacity. Jones has been named head coach of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association’s Halifax Hornets. He will take over the head coaching reins from Mark Forward, who will remain with the Hornets in a reduced capacity. Forward paced the...
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Late Rally Sparks Huskies

Saint Mary’s University Huskies used a huge fourth quarter surge and went on to down University of New Brunswick Reds, 64-49 to win the Atlantic University Sport women’s basketball conference title Sunday. Saint Mary’s, which won its second straight AUS crown, outscored UNB, 23-4, in the decisive fourth quarter at Scotiabank Centre. Courtney Donaldson of...
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Battle at the Border April 27-28

The stage is set. Lights, camera and a smash of action awaits. The Battle at the Border – presented by McDonald’s – is set for St. Stephen from April 27 to 28, featuring four New Brunswick-based teams in the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. The teams will battle for the World’s Oldest Basketball Court (WOBC) Cup....
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Player Signings Open Feb. 5

All seven Maritime Women’s Basketball Associations are preparing for the open signing windows of players. Teams, if they choose, can begin signing players for the 2024 season which is set to begin in early May. Reigning champion Halifax Thunder join Halifax Hornets, Lake City 56ers of Dartmouth Region, Port City Fog of Saint John, Fredericton...
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56ers Name Head Coach

The Lake City 56ers are ready to roll. Lake City, which will operate out of the Dartmouth region and is the former Windsor Edge, has announced its head coach for the 2024 Maritime Women’s Basketball Association season. The 56ers have tabbed Patrick Havard to lead the club into the MWBA’s third season. Lake City played...
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MWBA Players Make Marks

There has been plenty of team and personal success in Atlantic University Sport this season, setting up what is sure to be an exciting stretch drive. And a number of players in the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association have reached and surpassed personal milestones along the way with their AUS clubs. Reese Baxendale of the University...
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Nova Scotia to Host Final

The third season of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association is not far away. It all begins the first week of May when the regular season gets under way in earnest, with all roads leading to the Legacy Cup. In fact, the road to the championship will go through Nova Scotia once again as the league...
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