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NICKERSON NAMED AUS TOP ATHLETE

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Haille Nickerson of the Memorial Sea-Hawks women’s basketball team is the Subway Atlantic University Sport female athlete of the week for the week ending Jan. 5, 2020.

Nickerson led the Sea-Hawks to two weekend wins at home over the Dalhousie Tigers to open second semester play.

Saturday, Memorial downed Dalhousie 78-45. Nickerson posted a game-high 34 points and six steals, along with five rebounds and two assists.

The Sea-Hawks completed the weekend sweep of the Tigers Sunday with a 79-66 win. Nickerson had a game-high 26 points, as well as four rebounds, an assist and a steal.

She currently leads the AUS in points per game, averaging 24.3. The Sea-Hawks sit in sole possession of first place in the conference standings with an 8-2 record.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S U N D A Y

 

Memorial’s women’s basketball team made it two wins over visiting Dalhousie with a 79-66 win Sunday. 

Haille Nickerson again led MUN with 26 points and Sammi Deakin Sharpe backed her with 24. 

Memorial in first place with an 8-2 record so far this season 

 

Quarter Scores 

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2

3

4

FINAL

11

11

22

22

66

24

18

24

13

79

S U N D A Y

The Memorial men’s team feel for the second time Sunday to Dalhousie losing 83-42. Daniel Foo had 12 points for MUN and Nicholas Tuff had nine. 

 

Quarter Scores

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2

3

4

FINAL

20

17

26

20

83

12

13

10

7

42

 

 

 

S A T U R D A Y

The first place Memorial Sea Hawks led by Hallie Nickersons 34 point performance defeated Dalhousie 78-46 in women’s basketball play Saturday night. Memorial now 7-2 on the season. Alana Short added 17 points for Memorial 

Quarter Scores 

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2

3

4

FINAL

5

17

12

11

45

21

17

15

25

78

It was a different story for the men’s team as they lost 81-53 to Dal and fall to 5-4 on the season. Boris Ristanovic had 15 points for Memorial and David Foo 11. 

Quarter Scores 

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2

3

4

FINAL

18

21

14

28

81

17

7

14

15

53

 

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