Maya Venkataraman scored all three goals to lead the Dalhousie Tigers to a 3-0 victory over the Mount Allison Mounties in an AUS women's soccer league game in Halifax on Sunday.
Annabel Gravely stopped seven shots to earn the shutout for the Tigers, who improve to 7-3-1. Mt. A drops to 0-11-1.
St. F.X. 2, Memorial 2: In Antigonish, Larissa White scored the tying goal in the 87th minute to help the X-Women (7-0-5) remain undefeated.
Amanda Smith also scored for X and Holly O'Neill and Kristyn Lee had the goals for the Sea-Hawks.
UNB edged Moncton 3-2 in Sunday's other game and the Saturday scores were: Acadia 4 Moncton 1, Cape Breton 2 Memorial 1 and UPEI 2 Saint Mary's 1.
In men's play:
Tane Caubo and Logan Harrington found the net in the St. Francis Xavier X-Men's 2-0 win over the Memorial Sea-Hawks in Antigonish.
The X-Men now stand at 9-2-1 and Memorial falls to 3-6-2.
Dalhousie 3, Mount Allison 0: In Halifax, Quinn Park, Gracious Kasheke and Skyler Bryant were the scorers for the Tigers (5-2-3).
Also on Sunday, UNB edged Moncton 1-0. Saturday's results were: Moncton 2 Acadia 0, Cape Breton 1 Memorial 0 and UPEI 2 Saint Mary's 2.
Dale Wright ran for 108 yards and Hunter Guenard threw for 297 as the Acadia Axemen (7-0) remained perfect on the season with a 28-18 win over the Saint Mary's Huskies in Wolfville on Saturday.
Wright found the end zone twice and Cordell Hastings added 98 yards and a touchdown on five receptions. Ben George also hit two field goals for the Axemen.
Josh Henry registered 150 yards and a touchdown on eight catches for the Huskies (3-4). Quarterback Joshua Sim ran in SMU's other major and Brian Hope booted a 29-yard field goal.
Mount Allison 35, Bishop's 13: In Sackville, N.B., the Mounties fell behind 9-0 in the first quarter but roared back with 29 straight points to push their record to 3-4.
The Gaiters finish at 4-4 and await the outcome of next weekend's games to learn their playoff fate.
The regular season wraps up on Saturday with St. Francis Xavier in Halifax against the Huskies and the Mounties hosting the Axemen.
Emilie Merilainen scored three tries to help the Acadia Axewomen down the UPEI Panthers 52-20 and clinch a berth in the AUS championship game.
The Axewomen (5-2) will face the first-place St. Francis Xavier X-Women in the league final in Antigonish next Saturday.
Monique Coffey added two tries for Acadia and Laura Pfleiderer, Emma Pfleiderer and Halie Naas had one each. Mia Fradsham, Fran MacWilliam, Dayna Pitter and Sarah McLeod answered for UPEI (2-5).
The lone game on Sunday was Moncton's 1-0 victory over Mt. A in women's action in Sackville, N.B.
On Saturday, it was: St. Thomas 3 SMU 0 and UNB 2 St. F.X. 1. Men's results from Saturday were: Acadia 4 UPEI 3, Moncton 6 St. F.X. 3 and UNB 4 Dal 3.