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Reds Notebook: Tickets free for students again this year

Adam Travis / The Brunswickan

Adam Travis / The Brunswickan

Once again this year, UNB students will be able to watch the Varsity Reds free of charge.

With a valid UNB identification card, students will be able to get into all Reds hockey, soccer, basketball and volleyball games at no cost. Swim meets will be free to all patrons.
For hockey games, all seats will be reserved at the Aitken Centre and a ticket must be picked up at the box office. This year, seats to the two elementary school nights — typically sellouts — will feature reserved seating as well.
Information on individual game tickets and season passes for the general public can be found on Varsityreds.ca/tickets.
Active Twitter users may have noticed a hashtag that has been popping up on many
Varsity Reds accounts.
The hashtag “#BIN2014” is being used by members of the V-Reds women’s soccer team and by others when tweeting about the squad.
When asked about its meaning, all head coach Jon Crossland would say was that “it’s
a team thing.”
Women’s volleyball tryouts coming soon.
The Varsity Reds women’s volleyball team will hold tryouts on Monday, Sept. 8 from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Richard J. Currie Center performance gym. For questions and attendance confirmation, contact head coach Jilliane Goulet at jgoulet@unb.ca.
The women’s volleyball team finished third in Atlantic University Sport (AUS) play
last season with a 7-9 record. They were eliminated by Saint Mary’s in the
conference semifinals.
Speedy helps Canada win Jones Cup
Varsity Reds women’s basketball head coach Jeff Speedy helped Canada’s Senior B Women’s National Team win the William Jones Cup on Aug. 24 in Taipei.
Canada went 5-0 at the tournament, which included an 80-56 win over Savage USA
in their final game.
Speedy and University of Toronto women’s coach Michele Belanger were assistants with the team. Cape Breton University’s Fabian McKenzie acted as head coach.

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