Three StFX teams are ranked in the national rankings as the CIS released the latest Top 10 rankings today. X-Women rugby is No. 4, X-Men cross country is No. 7 and X-Men soccer is No. 10.
The StFX X-Men soccer team kicked off the season with a weekend exhibition road swing through the northeastern United States. The blue and white wrapped up the trip with a 0-0 tie against the Southern New Hampshire University Penman Monday afternoon (Aug. 29).
The season hasn't even started, but the injury bug has already taken a huge bite out of the StFX X-Women soccer team. Nevertheless, fourth-year head coach Graham Kennedy said the team continues to have high expectations, building on a return to the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) playoffs last season, after an absence dating back to 2011.
The StFX X-Men soccer team wants to return to the AUS playoffs, after a one-year absence. "I am excited about this year's team, I am excited at the possibilities," says X-Men head coach Graham Kennedy, who is entering his eighth season.
X-Women soccer/track & field athlete Kevyn Timmons is the latest athlete featured in our Getting to Know your X-Women and X-Men series throughout the summer. Kevyn is a fourth year Human Kinetics student from Calgary, Alta. My nickname is...?
Curtis Michaels sits down and chats about the unique nature of developing a community soccer club on the border with New Brunswick, winter programming, and the role of story telling in developing organizational culture. Enjoy.
Dalglish continues to add offensive weapons to his arsenal
Mira Novak, formerly a member of the St. FX Varsity X-Men, formerly an associate coach of the Varsity X Soccer Program, formerly a head coach of Xavier Football Club of the Highland Region, and formerly ,and currently, an awesome awesome dude. We're going from strength to strength on Highland Heroes. Great conversation today relating to the sport of soccer and life. Enjoy.
X-Men soccer goalkeeper Thomas Pieroway is the latest athlete featured in our Getting to Know your X-Women and X-Men series throughout the summer. Thomas is a third year Business student from Conception Bay, Nfld.
X-Women soccer defender Courtney Auer-Weatherell is the latest athlete featured in our Getting to Know your X-Women and X-Men series throughout the summer. Courtney is a fourth year Human Kinetics student from Ottawa, Ont.
Danielle Cyr from Denoon Street, Pictou, Pictou County speaks about getting involved in playing and coaching the sport of soccer, some of the leaders and mentors she has had in her sporting experience, managing school work and sport within a university setting, and much much more. This one is an all-timer.
Exeter City have joined forces with Canada's St Francis Xavier University to offer scholarships to young players who have been released. The link up was the brainchild of former City director Michael Vandale, who is also part funding the scholarship for players.
Katie reflects on her time within soccer, the mentors she had along the way, and as well offers great advice to young soccer players. This pod is filled with great dialogue and lots of laughter. Enjoy.