Proudly Presented by Clearwater Seafoods Webcast Link for 6pm Kickoff: http://player.communitylive.ca/Player/GetEvent/4490 The defending championship Tigers look to improve to 2-1 in a rematch of last year's Atlantic Football League final against the Holland College (2-1). Be there for: - 19+ Tigers Ambush Zone! - Food from Miller's Gourmet To Go! - 50/50 raffle in support of Cystic Fibrosis … Continue reading Tigers look to improve to 2-1 at home vs Holland College [WEBCAST LINK]
Football is back! Come out to Wickwire field Saturday night to watch your defending AFL Champion Dalhousie Tigers take on the UNB Saint John Seawolves. The Tigers are coming off a perfect undefeated season looking to repeat in 2017. Kickoff is 7pm with Beer Garden opening at 6:45pm! Tickets are only $5 at the door! … Continue reading Home Opener 2017!
Coaching staff builds a foundation for next season By Zack Smart (Originally posted at SignalHFX.ca) Coming off an undefeated season that resulted in Dalhousie University’s first football championship since 1954, their coaching staff is getting the team prepared for another run this fall. The Tigers went 8-0 under rookie head coach Mark Haggett. They capped … Continue reading Tigers Football rebuilding for another championship run
On a November evening at the Dalhousie University Club, the Tigers perfect season was celebrated and 2016 team award winners were announced. Many Tigers alumni from the 1960s and 1970s were in attendance to hand out their storied awards. For pictures of the evening head to Mark Kays Photography on Facebook. Award Winners: Team MVP: Nick Hunsley … Continue reading Dalhousie Tigers Football Announce 2016 Award Winners
By Ben Cousins One of team’s original founders still has aspirations of getting program into AUS The Dalhousie University Football Club is hoping their 70th anniversary marks one of their best years on the field. The Tigers are celebrating their home opener this Saturday on Wickwire field against UNB Fredericton. “It’s great to be a … Continue reading Tigers’ football marks 70 years