Tommies This Week: November 25- December 1

Tommies This Week: November 25- December 1


Wednesday, November 27th

Women’s Hockey vs UNB 7:00pm @ GHC

The “Battle of the Hill” is currently split on the season, with both teams winning one game. The Tommies won the last matchup between these two, 2-1 on October 23.


Friday, November 29th

Women’s Hockey vs SMU 7:00pm @ GHC

The Tommies are currently 1-2-0 against the Huskies this season. SMU currently sits 1st in the AUS with a 14-2-0 record.


Saturday, November 30th

Women’s Volleyball vs Crandall 4:00pm @ LB Gym

It has been a tough first season for the Crandall Chargers volleyball team. The expansion team is currently 0-7 on the season and will be in tough against a surging Tommies team. STU will be honouring the CCAA National Scholars from the 2018-19 season following this match.


Men’s Volleyball vs USA 6:00pm @ LB Gym

Prior to this match STU will be honouring their CCAA National Scholars from the 2018-19 season. The Dragons are currently sitting atop the ACAA standings with a 4-2 record, and the Tommies nipping at their heels with a 3-1 record.


Sunday, December 1st

Women’s Basketball vs HC 2:00pm @ LB Gym

The Tommies were handed their first loss of the season last weekend at the hands of the Hurricanes, a 65-62 overtime loss. STU will look to jump back into the win column as they host the same Hurricanes team.


Women’s Volleyball @ UNBSJ 2:00pm

This will mark the first matchup between the Highway 7 rivals, with the Tommies featuring former Seawolf Jenna DeGooyer. The Tommies have had their share of ups and downs this year, but will look to right the ship.


Men’s Basketball vs HC 4:00pm @ LB Gym

The Tommies faced the Hurricanes last weekend with a shorthanded bench and are hoping to have some more bodies for this matchup against the Hurricanes.


Men’s Volleyball @ UNBSJ 4:00pm

The Tommies lone loss on the season came in a five set loss to the Seawolves on opening night in Saint John. Since losing the fifth set to UNBSJ the Tommies haven’t dropped a set, winning their previous three matchups in straight sets.