AUS Women's Basketball Weekly Round Up: Week 3

AUS Women's Basketball Weekly Round Up: Week 3

Thursday, Nov. 16

Dalhousie 48 vs. Acadia 94 (Box Score)
(WOLFVILLE, N.S.) The U SPORTS No. 2 ranked Axewomen remain undefeated following a 94-48 win over the visiting Dalhousie Tigers and improve to 5-0. Haley McDonald led the way for the Axewomen with 23 points that included 12 from the three-point perimeter. Read more: Recap

Friday, Nov. 17

UNB 58 vs. Saint Mary's 42 (Box Score)
(HALIFAX, N.S.) The UNB Varsity Reds scored 21 second quarter points on route to a 58-42 win over the Saint Mary's Huskies, in Halifax, on Friday. UNB's Nicole Esson led all scorers, coming off the bench to drop 17 points, while teammate Hannah Currie added a game-high 15 rebounds in the win. Read more: Recap

 
Saturday, Nov. 18

UNB 56 vs. Saint Mary's 61 (Box Score)
(HALIFAX, N.S.) The UNB Varsity Reds and Saint Mary's Huskies split the weekend series, as the Huskies earned a 61-56 victory Saturday afternoon. Jasmine Cain, Kennisha-Shanice Luberisse, and Shanieka Wood all had 11 points for the Huskies, while Laura Kaye led UNB with a game-high 21 points. Read more: Recap

StFX 57 vs. Memorial 70 (Box Score)
(ST. JOHN'S, N.L.) The Memorial Sea-Hawks women's basketball team secured their third straight victory with a convincing 70-57 victory over the StFX X-Women. The Sea-Hawks are now 3-0 on home court to begin the season. Brooklyn Wright led the Sea-Hawks, finishing with 17 points and 10 rebounds, to earn Subway Player-of-the-Game honours. Caroline Hrabinski led the X-Women in the loss, with 12 points and 13 assists. Read more: Recap 

UPEI 82 vs. Cape Breton 86 (Box Score)
(SYDNEY, N.S.) The Cape Breton University Capers ovrcame an early deficit to beat the UPEI Panthers 86-82 Saturday. Cape Breton found themselves down by 15 after the first quarter but fought their way back into the game, led by Alison Keough (24 points) and Hannah Brown (22 points). The Panthers were led offensively by Jenna Mae Ellsworth, who started out the game on fire, accumulating 14 points in just the first quarter, ending with 21 points. Read more: Recap

Acadia 88 vs. Dalhousie 49 (Box Score)
(HALIFAX, N.S.) In the second game of a home-and-home series, the Dalhousie Tigers hosted the number 2 ranked Acadia Axewomen in women's basketball action. The Axewomen put on a strong shooting display that gave them an early lead, and they didn't look back as they took it 88-49. Haley McDonald led the Axewomen with 21 points, while Sophie Gaube led the Tigers with 14 points. Read more: Recap

 
Sunday, Nov. 19

StFX 66 vs. Memorial 87 (Box Score)
(ST. JOHN'S, N.L.) The Memorial Sea-Hawks sealed their fourth consecutive win after Sundays' 88-65 victory against the St. FX X-Women. Rosie Stanoev led the Sea-Hawks with 23 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 steals, contributing on both ends of the floor. Jessica Miller of the X-Women led with 12 points off the bench. Read more: Recap  

UPEI 77 vs. Cape Breton 88 (Box Score)
(SYDNEY, N.S.) The Cape Breton Capers swept their weekend matchup against the UPEI Panthers, winning Sunday's game 88-77. Hannah Brown led the Capers with 23 points, while teammate Alison Keough netted 21. Jenna Mae Ellsworth played well in a losing effort, scoring a game-high 24 points. Read more: Recap

 

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