MWBA - Maritime Womens Basketball Association

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The Maritime Women’s Basketball Association fully expects to have a team playing out of Prince Edward Island in 2024. Although the MWBA and its six-founding organizations studied the possibility of adding a PEI team for 2023, the logistical changes and financial impact was not one the league could absorb after its inaugural season. The MWBA...
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Ellen Hatt has had a busy fall. The Fall River, NS, product was working with Sports and Entertainment Atlantic, when opportunity knocked in Fredericton. Hatt answered the door. She is now studying law at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton and, despite a hectic schedule with the books, a fifth year of USPORTS eligibility...
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Madeline Belding has had a busy summer. You’d expect nothing less from the Sussex native. A veteran assistant U SPORTS coach – and first-ever head coach of the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association’s Port City Fog of Saint John – has been named women and girls’ program manager with Coach NB. Belding was the only female...
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The Maritime Women’s Basketball Association is certainly proud of all its players who jumped on board for its inaugural season from May through late June. Same can be said for MWBA coaches. Parker Regan, who was head coach of the regular season champion Halifax Thunder, has moved into the Atlantic University Sport level, accepting a...
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For love of game. After finishing a four-year career with the University of Prince Edward Island Panthers, Karla Yepez figured her basketball playing career was over. Had it been over, it was quite a USPORTS ride for the 24-year-old from Ecuador. A national bronze medal with the Panthers, 78 games played, an Atlantic University Sport...
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From her first game to her last, Karissa Kajorinne had a special year. Just like the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association, in fact. Kajorinne, an Ontario product, has signed a professional deal after the MWBA wrapped its first season back in June. Playing with the Windsor Edge, Kajorinne paced the league in scoring. She scored 246...
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The celebration went into the night in Halifax. The preparation, meanwhile, begins in earnest this week for the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. After the Halifax Hornets defeated rival Halifax Thunder, 87-84 in a tremendous display of basketball to win the first-ever Legacy Cup thoughts turned to next season. From all indications the six inaugural franchises...
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The Halifax Hornets pulled of a stunner. And with it, won the first-ever Maritime Women’s Basketball Association championship, taking home the Legacy Cup with a dramatic 87-84 victory over city rival Halifax Thunder on Sunday in front of a huge throng at Saint Mary’s University. The Hornets’ win ended Thunder’s bid to cap a perfect...
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It was a grind. For both teams. In the end, the edge went to Nova Scotia’s Windsor Edge, downing Saint John’s Port City Fog, 83-74 in Maritime Women’s Basketball Association quarter-final play Friday. Windsor, entering play as the Nova Scotia No. 3 seed, will now face regular season champion Halifax Thunder in semifinal play Saturday....
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It was close early, but the Halifax Hornets and their depth would prevail, sending the second place team during the regular season on to Saturday’s semifinal. Halifax stopped the Moncton Mystics, 85-67 on Friday in the first-ever playoff game for the Maritime Women’s Basketball Association. All six teams are at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax...
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