Sports in Brief: Women’s Soccer shine; Football looks to recover

Women shock Aigles Bleus

The Mount Allison Women’s Soccer Mounties shocked the Université de Moncton Aigles Bleus on Friday October 4. The Mounties entertained the Aigles Bleus, who, with six wins, have won more games than anyone else in the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) conference in 2013. Amanda Volcko broke the draw in the seventy-eighth minute of the match on a shot just outside the eighteen-yard box. A very strong performance from Mounties goalkeeper Robin Bessemer sealed the Women’s first victory of the season. A spectator’s account of the game was that “it was the best the Women had played in four or five years.” This victory proves that the Women can keep up to any team in the AUS, and should be able to contend going forward into next year. 

-Alex Bates

Football falls to 1-4 against X-Men

It was homecoming weekend at Saint Francis Xavier University (St. FX) and they pleased their fans by beating the Mount Allison Mounties with a final score of 30-9.  The game had shades of the season opener throughout. 

The highlight of the game came in the first quarter when Michael Bohan returned a seventy-eight yard punt return for a touchdown, the Mounties only of the game. Jordan Botel had his best game of the year running for 121 yards. 

Mt. A will to try to avenge the loss next Saturday at MacAulay Field at 2:00 pm against the St. FX X-Men.

Benjamin Foster

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