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AUS Profile

City: Atlantic
Genre: Sports

Stories of grit and determination, victory and defeat. Profiles of some of the most amazing student athletes in Atlantic University Sports.

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Episode 1 - Brothers in Arms

Football and family come together on the latest episode of Profiles. How the Fagnan brothers Silas, Isaac, and Jeremy helped propel Nova Scotia’s STFX football team to glory.

Episode 2 - Ness Timmons

After ten AUS titles, seven AUS coach of the year awards, and a quarter century behind the bench of the Cape Breton Capers women’s soccer team, Ness Timmons reflects on his passion for coaching.

Episode 3 - Camille Scherger

How UPEI’s star goaltender found success on the ice and off.

Episode 4 - Jana Headrick

Why passing her love of hockey to the next generation of girls is so important to UNB star Jana Headrick.

Episode 5 - Julie and Karen Moore

Meet the mother daughter duo that have built a legacy on the Dalhousie Tigers volleyball team.

Episode 6 - Hannah Green

Memorial University basketball star Hannah Green is making a name for herself as a singer songwriter winning music fans at the same time.

Episode 7 - Trayvone Clayton

Trayvone Clayton, Saint Mary’s men’s basketball player, is making his city a better place.

Episode 8 - Anton Berry

How up and coming coach Anton Berry is building a culture of support and sticking together with Cape Breton University’s basketball team.

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