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This is the 2000-01 season of Atlantic University Sport. The league reverted back to the one division format and only 6 teams qualified for playoffs.

 1999-00 AUS Season   :  2001-02 AUS Season
 2000-01 CWUAA Season :  2000-01 OUA Season
 2001 University Cup

StandingsEdit

St. Francis Xavier University         17 -8-3-2-39     115- 83
St. Thomas University                 16- 8-4-1-37     110- 94
Dalhousie University                  15-12-1-1-32     111-104
University of New Brunswick           13-10-5-0-31     101-102
Acadia University                     11-13-4-1-27      75- 86
Saint Mary's University               11-14-3-2-27     105- 98
University of Moncton                  7-16-4-2-20     107-127
University of Prince Edward Island     8-17-2-1-19      84-114

PlayoffsEdit

All series best of 3.

Quarter-FinalsEdit

  • Dalhousie 2 Saint Mary's 1
  • Dalhousie 2 Saint Mary's 1

Dalhousie Tigers beat Saint Mary's Huskies 2 wins to 0.

  • Acadia 5 New Brunswick 1
  • New Brunswick 4 Acadia 3
  • New Brunswick 3 Acadia 1

New Brunswick Varsity Reds beat Acadia Axemen 2 wins to 1.

Semi-FinalsEdit

  • New Brunswick 4 St. Francis Xavier 1
  • St. Francis Xavier 5 New Brunswick 4
  • St. Francis Xavier 5 New Brunswick 4

St. Francis Xavier X-Men beat UNB Varsity Reds 2 wins to 1.

  • St. Thomas 7 Dalhousie 3
  • Dalhousie 3 St. Thomas 1
  • St. Thomas 4 Dalhousie 1

St. Thomas Tommies beat Dalhousie Tigers 2 wins to 1.

FinalEdit

  • St. Thomas 6 St. Francis Xavier 3
  • St. Francis Xavier 9 St. Thomas 1
  • St. Thomas 2 St. Francis Xavier 1

St. Thomas Tommies beat St. Francis Xavier X-Men 2 wins to 1.

St. Thomas University Tommies (as conference champion) and St. Francis Xavier University X-Men (as national rotating wild-card) advanced to the 2001 University Cup tournament.

Team PhotosEdit

See AlsoEdit

List of AUS Seasons

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