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UNBSJ Seawolves women’s soccer home opener game

The Seawolves made UNBSJ very proud on Wednesday night as the women’s team took on the STU Tommies in a brilliant, action-packed game. The home opener game featured great support from students and staff, including Vice-President, Dr. Petra Hauf who helped kick-off the match....

Last home game of the season: UNB Saint John vs. Crandall Chargers

On Saturday, October 15, 2022, the UNBSJ Women’s Soccer team made Seawolves proud during their last home game of the season. The rainy game was fierce as the Seawolves took on the Crandall Chargers in an intense match that really heated up during the...

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 #3 Julia...

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 the “Shoot...

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 the end.  Close...

Weekly Clubs and Societies series: Campus Rec Volleyball Club

The Baron is hosting a weekly series introducing readers to the clubs and societies on campus here at UNB. The Volleyball Club aims to create a safe and welcoming environment to allow students to develop their volleyball skills. Club's activities and events The club is currently...

Another member of the team: Seawolves sports moms support their kids

We all know the obvious, that athletes are a vital part of sports on campus, followed by coaches and the Athletic Department staff, but there are other important members of the Seawolves team who are often forgotten. Sports moms, such as Lynn Munro and Alana...

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 contain All-Star...

Indoor Soccer League kicks off its first year at UNB Saint John

A new club kicked off its first year this week, as UNB Saint John is now home to an Indoor Soccer League. While the league may be new to UNB Saint John, it’s not a new concept to coordinators Phil Vautour and Michael Crate. The...

UNB Men’s volleyball advance to Finals!

The UNB Saint John men’s volleyball team saw their ACAA Championship dreams stay alive as they beat their New Brunswick rivals, the St Thomas University Tommies in three straight sets. The semi-final was played in front of a full crowd of Tommie and Seawolf supporters...