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UNBSJ Seawolves fought hard battle against STU Tommies

UNBSJ’s women’s basketball team lost a hard-fought battle at home on Sunday January 26. The final score was 65-40 in favour of the St. Thomas University (STU) Tommies. Although the game was lost, the Seawolves did not back down. Starting for UNBSJ were...

UNBSJ Seawolves winter football camp

The UNBSJ Seawolves are offering a winter football camp to prospective players aged 16-24. They will be held on Saturdays Jan 18, Feb 8 and March 21 from 2-4 p.m. UNBSJ Seawolves vs Hurricanes in 2016 (The Baron)

Mixed results for Seawolves on February 1

This weekend was a busy one for sports fans, as there were four basketball games throughout the weekend played at the UNBSJ campus. The teams playing were the UNBSJ Seawolves and the UKF Blue Devils, with mixed results for the Seawolves in...

UNBSJ Seawolves’ “Think Pink” weekend

Here at UNBSJ, we want to show our support to those affected by breast cancer, and the UNBSJ Seawolves’ Think Pink weekend is the perfect event to do so. Catch some ACAA athletics, eat some sweet treats, and try your shot at...

Seawolves face Rival Tommies in Support of Mental Health

The UNB Saint John Seawolves men’s volleyball team was swept by the visiting St. Thomas University Tommies on Thursday night, which was played out at the G. Forbes Elliot Athletics Centre in front of a full home crowd. This was one of the most important...

Seawolves Swept by Mystics in Final Regular Season Match

The University of New Brunswick Saint John women’s volleyball team played host to the Mount Saint Vincent University Mystics at the G. Forbes Elliot Athletics Center on Sunday. The Mystics sit in first place in the conference standings, with their only loss of the season...

Seawolves earn top honours at ACAA basketball banquet

The Atlantic Collegiate Athletics Association (ACAA) men's and women's basketball awards banquet was held Friday March 4, at Mount Saint Vincent University, host of the 2015-16 ACAA basketball playoffs. The banquet recognizes the achievements of the top athletes over the past year in their sport, and...

Robart bids farewell to team after two years with Seawolves

It was a bitter sweet end to a two year University sport career for Drew Robart, playing his final game as a Seawolf in the  Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) men's basketball quarterfinals and being awarded a top honour within the league. The second year...

Seawolves lose game to Tommies in Wednesday’s women’s basketball matchup

The UNB Saint John Seawolves women’s basketball team were handed a hard loss by the visiting St. Thomas University Tommies on Wednesday evening at the G. Forbes Athletic Center. In their second matchup of the regular season, the Tommies came out on top with a...

Do the Raptors need to trade their players away?

The modern NBA is a place where players follow the path of least resistance. Instead of overcoming the hurdles placed in their way, many of today's best and most famous players prefer to forego overcoming obstacles and form so-called “super teams” which...