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"Sea-Hawks" is the name of the sports teams of Memorial University of Newfoundland which is located in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador. Until 1990 the team was known as the "Beothuks”. The Beothuks competed for the Boyle Trophy in Newfoundland senior hockey until they joined the Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association (AIAA) hockey league in 1968-69. They returned to senior hockey in 1976-77 before switching back to university hockey from 1979-80 until the program folded after the 1981-82 season. In 1974 the conference changed its name to Atlantic Universities Athletic Association (AUAA) and in 1999 to Atlantic University Sport (AUS). MUN remains members of the AUS and Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) in other sports.
Of note, the Beothuks represented Newfoundland in the 1967 Canada Winter Games Hockey Tournament, the first Canada Games. They finished 2-3-0 and were 4th in their 6 team pool.
- 1968-69 AIAA Season
- 1969-70 AIAA Season
- 1970-71 AIAA Season
- 1971-72 AIAA Season
- 1972-73 AIAA Season
- 1973-74 AUAA Season
- 1974-75 AUAA Season
- 1975-76 AUAA Season
- 1976-77 NSHL Season *returned to senior hockey
University Cup TournamentsEdit
- Boyle Trophy – 1965, 1967, 1968
AUS Team SitesEdit
- Acadia Axemen
- Dalhousie Tigers
- Moncton Aigles Bleus
- New Brunswick Varsity Reds
- Prince Edward Island Panthers (formerly St. Dunstan's Saints)
- St. Francis Xavier X-Men
- Saint Mary's Huskies
- St. Thomas Tommies
Formerly Participating UniversitiesEdit
Formerly Participating Universities - no longer AUS membersEdit
- Canadian Interuniversity Sport
- List of University Cup Playoffs (from 1962-63 to present)
- List of University Cup Champions