Courtney Baker named U SPORTS MVP

Tigers earn national recognition

- March 12, 2020

Baker & Haworth
Baker & Haworth

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A kinesiology student from Bridgewater, N.S., Baker finished second in the conference in both assists (607) and assists per set (8.93).

She appeared in 21 matches for the Tigers this season, helping the team finish first in the AUS standings with a 19-1 record.

She is the second player from the Dalhousie Tigers to be named the nation's most valuable player, after Karin Maessen took home the honour in 1981-82.

Also recieving national recognition is fifth-year middle blocker Victoria Haworth. A medical sciences and engineering student, she has been named a second team All-Canadian after earning her second AUS all-star nod a few weeks ago. The Waverley, N.S. native led the Tigers in service aces, blocks and blocks per set this season.

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