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Varsity Sport Leagues

Varsity sport is university sports representing each university that participates in the league. Most people ask themselves, what's the difference between Varsity sports and club teams. Club sports are financed and organized from outside sponsors; their leagues are very popular for sports betting and esports, they are more casual and less athlete involved. On the other side, varsity sports are financed from the universities; they participate in National Collegiate Athletic Association, separated in three divisions, each one divided into two sub-divisions, they are more competitive, more athlete involved. The first division is the highest level, and the third division is the lowest one.

Betting on Varsity Sports

Nowadays, many people are getting involved in varsity sports betting. World Sports Betting is among the leaders in Varsity Cup betting. They offer massive no deposit bonuses you can use if you bet in a Canadian online casino. There are many more bookmakers that offer similar bonuses, so if you want to enjoy the Cup even more, you should definitely give it a shot.

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Thursday Morning Skate: August 2nd, 2018

AUS Acadia: Still pending an official announcement, but you can pretty much book Mason McCarty from the Red Deer Rebels to Acadia for 2018-19. At this point, the hold up is administrative related. Sometimes it’s easy to forget about how much work has to happen behind the scenes for recruits to be
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Tuesday Morning Skate: July 17th, 2018

AUS Acadia: The Axemen continue to have the pedal to the metal this offseason with aggressive recruiting. This week it’s Maurizio Colella who’s the new face in town. After it appeared that perhaps Dalhousie was the number one contender, it became apparent that if pro didn’t work out for Colella, he had
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Tuesday Morning Skate: July 3rd, 2018

AUS Acadia: Nothing official out of the Acadia camp in the past few weeks, but there’s rumours that they’re in on WHL defenceman Tyson Helgesen. The Axemen have enough bodies to hit the ice tomorrow, but they won’t hesitate to add another big piece to the lineup if the opportunity arises.
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Dheilly De-Commits From Regina, Will Play For Okanagan in 2018

The University of Regina Rams defence took a heavy hit this past Monday, as 2016 Canada West Rookie of the Year and 2017 Canada West All-Star Nicholas Dheilly officially de-committed from the program. Dheilly — whose 10.5 career sacks rank fourth all-time in program history — says the decision came
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Tuesday Morning Skate: May 22nd, 2018

AUS Acadia: Acadia are the most active team to start the offseason, but the best recruits are yet to come from the Axemen program. Cole Reginato became team-official this week and will add immediate depth to an Acadia team which has always had a lot in recent memory. The big fish they
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