Thursday, November 8
Men’s Soccer @ CCAA Nationals 10:00am
After an opening tournament 7-0 loss to the NAIT Ooks, the CCAA’s highest scoring team, the Tommies will look to rebound against the Langara Falcons, who are coming off a loss against the Humber Hawks to open their tournament. The winner of this game will play Friday at 4:30 for a chance to play for a bronze medal, while the loser will play Saturday at 9:00am for 7th place.
Saturday, November 10
Men’s Soccer @ CCAA Nationals 9:00am
The Tommies will face off against the other winless team at the tournament for 7th place. The Tommies lost a hard fought battle against the Langara Falcons Thursday morning, and will look to build off of that momentum to finish off their tournament.
Women’s Volleyball vs USA 4:00pm at LB Gym
One of these two teams will walk away with their first victory of the season. Both squads have struggled to find their rhythm early on, but this game could be a game a step in the right direction for either program.
Men’s Volleyball vs USA 6:00pm at LB Gym
The Tommies held onto their #9 ranking in the CCAA ranks thanks to a 3-0 victory over UNBSJ to open the season and then a 3-1 win against these same Dragons in Church Point.
Women’s Hockey @ MTA 7:00pm
The Tommies sit 2nd in the AUS (as of Wednesday afternoon) with a record of 6-2-0, and one of those losses was at the hands of the MTA Mounties in Fredericton. The Tommies will look to avenge that loss in Sackville.
Sunday, November 11
Women’s Volleyball @ MTA 1:00pm
The Mounties have started the season with a record of 3-1 and will host a young, athletic Tommies team in Sackville in their first meeting of the season.
Women’s Basketball vs HC 2:00pm at LB Gym
After starting the season with a 64-60 win over these Hurricanes in PEI, the Tommies faced some stiff competition in the MSVU Mystics and MTA Mounties, both top 8 ranked teams by the CCAA, dropping both contests. They will look to bounce back while hosting the Hurricanes.
Men’s Basketball vs HC 4:00pm at LB Gym
The Holland College men’s basketball team have been a force in ACAA play for the past two seasons, averaging over 100 points per game over that span. That is no different this year as they have 5 players averaging more than 16 points per game. The Tommies fell 121-95 to open the season over on the Island.