Bruce Donaldson, head coach of the UPEI Women’s Hockey team, is pleased to announce Jolena Gillard has committed to the Panthers for the 2018–2019 season. Gillard is a versatile goal-scoring forward from Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador.
Bruce Donaldson, coach of the UPEI Women’s Hockey team, is pleased to announce that Sydney Lyndon has confirmed she will play for the Panthers for the 2018–2019 season. Lyndon has played minor hockey since 2012, playing the last three seasons for the Ottawa Lady Senators in the Provincial Women’s Hockey League (PWHL).
Graeme McDonald, head coach of the UPEI Women’s Soccer team, is pleased to announce that Maddie Hurley has committed to the Panthers. Hurley competed on five provincial teams and was named the 2016 PEI Soccer Association Junior Female Player of the Year.
Colin MacAdam, head coach of UPEI’s Cross Country and Track & Field teams, is pleased to announce Nick Robertson will join the Panthers for the 2018–-2019 season. Robertson is a middle- and long-distance runner and a recent graduate of Colonel Gray High School in Charlottetown.
John LaBoyne, coach of the UPEI Women’s Rugby team, is announcing a new recruit from Hammond Plains, Nova Scotia. Brinten Comeau is a quality, all-around player who has committed to playing for the Panthers for the 2018-2019 season.
Charlottetown (May 30, 2018)—The Department of Athletics and Recreation at the University of Prince Edward Island is seeking nominations for the UPEI Sports Hall of Fame. The nomination deadline is June 15, 2018, at 11:59 p.m.
Atlantic University Sport held its 2018 annual general meeting earlier this month in St. John’s, N.L. The meetings were hosted by Memorial University athletics and attended by representatives from all 11 member institutions.
Chris Huggan, UPEI’s director of Athletics and Recreation, is pleased to announce Matt Gamblin has signed on to be the next head coach of the UPEI Women’s Basketball team. Gamblin has an impressive track record as both a coach and player, most recently leading the Mount Allison Mounties to win the 2017–2018 Atlantic Collegiate Athletics Association (ACAA) women’s basketball title.
Former UPEI Panthers women’s rugby team members Holly Jones, left, and Alysha Corrigan are two of 40 invitees from Eastern Canada selected for a national senior women’s team camp May 16-20 in Kingston, Ont.
Atlantic University Sport released the 2018 fall sports schedules today, including women’s rugby, men’s and women’s soccer as well as men’s and women’s cross country. Hosts for the 2018 fall championships were also confirmed.
U SPORTS proudly announced Sunday its women’s basketball program had raised $100,961.31 for the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) in 2017-18, thanks to the 11th edition of its annual Shoot For The Cure initiative.