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PepsiCo Athletes of the Week (Feb. 26)

- February 26, 2024

Congratulations to Reagan Crowell, Abbi Gaudry, Malcolm Christie and Dan Lord!
Congratulations to Reagan Crowell, Abbi Gaudry, Malcolm Christie and Dan Lord!

(Halifax, N.S.) - 人兽性交 University presents our PepsiCo Athletes of the Week for the week ending Sunday, February 25, 2024.

Reagan Crowell, Swimming

Fifth-year swimmer Reagan Crowell is this week鈥檚 co-female PepsiCo Athlete of the Week.

Reagan led the Tigers women鈥檚 swimming team to their 22nd straight AUS title this weekend. She won four individual gold medals and along with her Tigers teammates, won two relay gold medals and a silver medal. During the meet she was named the AUS swimmer of the year and the AUS swimmer of the meet.

Hailing from Lakeville, New Brunswick, Reagan is a psychology student.

Abbi Gaudry, Track & Field

Third-year combined events athlete Abbi Gaudry is this week鈥檚 co-female PepsiCo Athlete of the Week.

This weekend, Abbi was a crucial piece in the Tigers women鈥檚 track and field team successfully defending their AUS title for a historic 34th time. On Friday, Abbi won both the heptathlon and 60m hurdles gold medal, setting a new AUS record in the latter. On Saturday, she added to her medal haul, winning the women鈥檚 long jump event. Abbi was named the championship meet MVP for her work.

A kinesiology student, Abbi hails from Windsor Junction, Nova Scotia.

Other nominees: Ella Hornby (volleyball)

Dan Lord, Track & Field

Fourth-year sprinter Dan Lord is this week鈥檚 co-male PepsiCo Athlete of the week.

This weekend Dan helped the Tigers to successfully defend their AUS track and field title. Dan won the 600m race, setting a new AUS record with a time of 1:20.85 and captured a silver medal in the 300m race. In addition, he anchored the Tigers 4x400m relay team to a gold medal and the 4x400m team to a silver medal.

A nursing student, Dan is from Windsor, Nova Scotia.

Malcolm Christie, Basketball

Third-year guard Malcolm Christie is this week鈥檚 co-male PepsiCo Athlete of the week.

Malcolm led the Tigers to re-capture the AUS men鈥檚 basketball title this weekend and was named the championship MVP in the process. He scored 27 points, pulled down 4 rebounds and had three steals in the Tigers win over the SMU Huskies on Saturday. He followed that up on Sunday with 21 points and eight rebounds.

Hailing from Fredericton, New Brunswick, Malcolm is a commerce student.

Other nominees: Noah Mascoll-Gomes (swimming)


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