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CCAA Standings
ACAA-AASC
 1. Holland 20-1 
 2. Mount Allison 15-6 
 3. Crandall 14-7 
 4. Mt.St.Vincent 14-7 
 5. UNB Saint John 9-12 
 6. Dalhousie 4-17 
 7. St.Thomas 4-17 
 8. Kings Univ. 4-17 
ACAC North
 1. Concordia 19-5 
 2. Lakeland 16-8 
 3. NAIT 16-8 
 4. Kings Coll. 14-10 
 5. Grande Prairie 12-12 
 6. UofA-Augustana 6-18 
 7. Keyano 1-23 
ACAC South
 1. Medicine Hat 16-5 
 2. SAIT 16-5 
 3. Red Deer 14-7 
 4. Lethbridge 13-8 
 5. Olds 11-10 
 6. Ambrose 10-11 
 7. St.Marys 4-17 
 8. Briercrest 0-21 
RSEQ
 1. Jean-de-Brebeuf 14-2 
 2. Montmorency 13-3 
 3. Vanier 12-4 
 4. Dawson 11-5 
 5. Ch.-St-Lambert 7-9 
 6. John Abbott 7-9 
 7. Edouard-Montpetit 6-10 
 8. Sainte-Foy 1-15 
CCAA Standings
OCAA East
 1. Seneca 19-1 
 2. George Brown 18-2 
 3. Durham 15-5 
 4. Centennial 13-7 
 5. Georgian 10-10 
 6. St.Lawrence 10-10 
 7. Loyalist 9-11 
 8. Algonquin 6-14 
 9. Canadore 6-14 
 10. Fleming 2-18 
 11. La Cite 2-18 
OCAA West
 1. Redeemer 19-1 
 2. Sheridan 16-4 
 3. Humber 15-5 
 4. Lambton 13-7 
 5. Niagara 13-7 
 6. Fanshawe 11-9 
 7. Mohawk 10-10 
 8. St.Clair 7-13 
 9. Conestoga 4-16 
 10. U of T Miss 2-18 
 11. Sault 0-20 
PacWest
 1. VIU 17-1 
 2. Langara 12-6 
 3. Douglas 11-7 
 4. Camosun 9-9 
 5. Capilano 9-9 
 6. Quest 5-13 
 7. CBC 0-18 
Season 2017-2018
List of Players
List of Imports
Stats

Seneca snags first ever CCAA Mens Basketball title (Photo: CCAA)

Seneca College 2017-18
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
8  Ali Yusuf 183 (6'0'') G 0 Canada
11  Ibrahim Isse 0 (0'0'') G 0 Canada
14  Miller Khalil 203 (6'8'') F 0 Canada
10  Wright Daniel 190 (6'3'') F 0 Canada
9  Hutton Trevor 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
12  Anderson Jordan 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
21  Ofori David 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
22  Taylor Hugh 201 (6'7'') F 0 Canada
7  Berry Tristian 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
25  Hannibal Yanick 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
3  Lim Edward 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
4  Ankra Isaiah 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
5  Ahmed Haany 0 (0'0'') 0 Canada
2  Landry Eric 185 (6'1'') F 0 Canada
Head Coach: Jay Mcneilly

All-CCAA Awards 2018 - Mar 20, 2018



All-Tournament MVP: Yusuf Ali (6'0''-G) of Seneca
Player of the Year: Alix Lochard of Montmorency
Coach of the Year: Michael Chmielewski of Jean-de-Brebeuf

All-Canadian Team
Usama Zaid (6'4''-F) of VIU
Ravi Basra (5'11''-PG) of Langara
Kenny Johnson (6'3''-G) of GPRC
Murphy Beya (6'3''-G) of SAIT
Rayvon Higdon (6'2''-G/F) of Redeemer
Khalil Miller (6'8''-F) of Seneca
Alix Lochard of Montmorency
Guillaume Pepin of Jean-de-Brebeuf
Thomas Legallais (6'0''-PG) of Mount Allison
Brandon Fields (G) of Crandall

All-Tournament 1st Team
Isse Ibrahim (G) of Seneca
Reese Morris (F) of Douglas
Jace Colley (F) of Holland
Guillaume Pepin of Jean-de-Brebeuf
Kameron Johnson (6'2''-G) of Douglas

All-Tournament 2nd Team
Alix Lochard of Montmorency
Gemie Muya-Ntalaja (F) of SAIT
nthony Fisiru of Jean-de-Brebeuf
Khalil Miller (6'8''-F) of Seneca
Noah Derappard-Yuswack (6'4''-F) of Douglas


Seneca snags first ever CCAA Men's Basketball title - Mar 18, 2018


For the first time in its history, the Seneca Sting are National Champions in CCAA Men's Basketball. The 2018 CCAA Men's Basketball National Championship gold medal game featured New Westminster's Douglas Royals and Toronto's Seneca Sting. In a fast, hard-fought first quarter, both teams put together strong offensive runs, with Douglas taking the lead 22-19 after the first quarter. In the second, the Douglas Royals resisted the Sting's repeated attacks led by Isaiah Ankra to take a 35-34 half-time lead. Seneca had a 20-point third quarter to take the lead 64-57 heading into the fourth, led by Yusuf Ali (183-G)'s 11 points. The fourth quarter saw some fast breaks and high-quality plays as both teams were hungry for the win. Midway through the quarter, the gap was down to 2 points, 71-69 for Seneca. Seneca kept the pressure on in the second half of the quarter to open up the gap and secure the win 86-73. Yusuf Ali ended the game with 25 points and 5 rebounds and was named player of the game for the Sting. Reese Morris (F) earned the award for the Douglas Royals with 20 points and 7 rebounds.

Courtesy of: ccaa.ca

CCAA Final: Seneca Sting - Douglas Royals 86-73
CCAA Semifinals:
Seneca Sting - Holland Hurricanes 90-86
Douglas Royals - Nomades de Montmorency 93-87


Hurricanes Cruise to 6th Straight Championship - Mar 14, 2018


The Holland College Hurricanes took care of business in front of a packed crowd at the Langille Athletic Centre, dismantling the Crandall Chargers 100-64.
Leading the way for the Hurricanes was Roosevelt Whyley (198-F) who finished the game with a tidy 25 points and 15 rebounds.
It was a dominating effort from start to finish as the Hurricanes never trailed, jumping out to a 22-9 lead after the first quarter.
Despite some hot shooting from Treyvon David (G) in the second quarter, the Hurricanes pushed their lead to 47-27 at half.
David would finish the game with 18 points, tied for the team lead with senior Umbori Watson.
The Hurricanes controlled the tempo, and finished above the rim with regularity, cruising down the stretch.

Courtesy of ACAA.ca

ACAA Tournament Final: Holland - Crandall 100-64
ACAA Tournament Semifinals:
Holland - MSVU 93-79
Crandall - Mount Allison 90-75


All-ACAA Awards 2018 - Mar 14, 2018



Player of the Year: Thomas Legallais (6'0''-PG) of Mount Allison
Defensive Player of the Year: Brandon Fields (G) of Crandall
Rookie of the Year: Jace Colley (F) of Holland
Coach of the Year: Josh Whitty of Holland

1st Team
F: Roosevelt Whyley (6'6''-F) of Holland
G: Marcus Dawkins (G) of Holland
F: Jace Colley (F) of Holland
PG: Thomas Legallais (6'0''-PG) of Mount Allison
G: Brandon Fields (G) of Crandall

2nd Team
F: Hassan Maidal (F) of Crandall
G: Ashton Slawter (6'1''-G) of MSVU
G: Bradley Sanford (6'4''-G) of Mount Allison
F: Hunter Gray (6'4''-F) of UNBSJ
F: Robin Grouse (6'7''-F) of Dalhousie


All-RSEQ Awards 2018 - Mar 14, 2018



Player of the Year: Alix Lochard of Montmorency
Defensive Player of the Year: Ja'Shonte Wright-Mcleish of Jean-de-Brebeuf
Rookie of the Year: Anthony-Fritzgerald Felisma (6'8''-C) of Edouard-Montpetit
Coach of the Year: Michael Chmielewski of Jean-de-Brebeuf

1st Team
Judy Georges (6'3''-G) of Dawson
illiam Boyer-Richard of Jean-de-Brebeuf
uillaume Pepin of Jean-de-Brebeuf
evin Civil of Montmorency
Alix Lochard of Montmorency

2nd Team
Quarry Whyne of Vanier
Blondeau Tchoukuiegno (6'0''-PG) of Montmorency
Corey Nzigamasabo (6'7''-G) of Ch.-St-Lambert
Nudy Georges (6'3''-G) of Dawson
Steeve Joseph of Vanier


Sting capture OCAA Championship - Mar 14, 2018


For the first time since 1987, the Seneca Sting are the OCAA Men's Basketball Gold medal champions. The Sting secured the provincial title after defeating the Humber Hawks 74-63 in the OCAA Championship final hosted by Niagara College in Welland, Ontario from March 1-3.
Both programs clinch a spot in this year's CCAA Men's Basketball Championship located in Laval, Quebec.
The matchup featured two of the top defensive programs in the OCAA battling hard over the course of four quarters. At times throughout the back-and-forth affair, both teams seemed poised to take home the championship trophy. Both defenses stood strong, limiting the offensive chances to a minimum, but in the end Seneca's speed and tenacity proved too much for Humber.
Seneca's Yusuf Ali (183-G) (Toronto, Ont.) was an offensive catalyst for the Sting throughout the tournament. In the gold medal final, the second year standout posted a team high 32 points and 9 rebounds. His consistent production earned him the tournament's most valuable player award. Seneca's Khalil Miller (203-F), Redeemer's Rayvon Higdon (188-G/F), Sheridan's Jemol Edwards (183-PG), and Humber's Kenny Ejim (PF) and C.J. Bennett (201-F) rounded out the 2018 OCAA Championship All-Star team.
Seneca's player of the game during the gold medal contest was awarded to 1st year forward Nabil Ibraham (Richmond Hill, Ont.) who hit 2 clutch three pointers down the stretch to help his program capture the provincial gold. Ibraham finished with 13 points and 6 rebounds.
Humber's offence was led by 3rd year forward C.J. Bennett who finished with a team high 20 points. DeQuon Cascart was named Humber's player of the game after notching 15 points and adding six rebounds.
Earlier in the evening the Sheridan Bruins captured the OCAA Bronze medal, defeating the OCAA West Division champion Redeemer Royals 119-84.

Courtesy of OCAAChampionship.com

OCAA Tournament Final: Seneca - Humber 74-63
OCAA Tournament Semifinals:
Seneca - Sheridan 89-81
Humber - Redeemer 84-75


All-OCAA Awards 2018 - Mar 14, 2018



All-Tournament MVP: Yusuf Ali (6'0''-G) of Seneca
Player of the Year: Rayvon Higdon (6'2''-G/F) of Redeemer
Rookie of the Year: Zamam Khan of U of T Miss
East Division Defensive Player of the Year: Khalil Miller (6'8''-F) of Seneca
East Division Rookie of the Year: Adam Costanzo of George Brown
West Division Defensive Player of the Year: Foster Brown (6'0''-PG) of Redeemer
West Division Rookie of the Year: Zamam Khan of U of T Miss
Coach of the Year: Jamie Girolametto of Redeemer
East Division Coach of the Year: Jay Mcneilly of Seneca
West Division Coach of the Year: Jamie Girolametto of Redeemer

East Division 1st Team
G: Yusuf Ali (6'0''-G) of Seneca
F: Funsho Dimeji (6'5''-F) of Durham
G: Brandon Halliburton (6'1''-G) of Durham
F: Khalil Miller (6'8''-F) of Seneca
G: Daniel Smalling (6'3''-G) of Canadore

East Division 2nd Team
G: Yusuf Ali (6'0''-G) of Seneca
F: Funsho Dimeji (6'5''-F) of Durham
G: Brandon Halliburton (6'1''-G) of Durham
F: Khalil Miller (6'8''-F) of Seneca
G: Daniel Smalling (6'3''-G) of Canadore

West Division 1st Team
G/F: Nick Campbell (6'3''-G/F) of Sheridan
PF: Kenny Ejim (PF) of Humber
G/F: Rayvon Higdon (6'2''-G/F) of Redeemer
PG: Branden Padgett (5'11''-PG-93) of Lambton
PG: Chris Parker (6'0''-PG) of Fanshawe

West Division 2nd Team
F: CJ Bennett (6'7''-F) of Humber
G: Sean Clendinning (6'0''-G) of Fanshawe
G: Van Hutchinson (6'4''-G) of Niagara
: Zamam Khan of U of T Miss
G: Levi Mukuna (6'3''-G) of Niagara

East Division All-Rookie Team
: Jordan Anderson of Seneca
: Adam Costanzo of George Brown
: Trevor Hutton of Seneca
: Angelo Sarsonas of Loyalist
: Raymond Yeung of Loyalist

West Division All-Rookie Team
: Shequell Gilgenous-Glasgow of Conestoga
: Zamam Khan of U of T Miss
F: Keith Laryea (F) of Lambton
: Elijah Lostracco of Redeemer
: Fowzi Mohamoud of Humber

All-Tournament Team
F: Khalil Miller (6'8''-F) of Seneca
G/F: Rayvon Higdon (6'2''-G/F) of Redeemer
PG: Jemol Edwards (6'0''-PG) of Sheridan
PF: Kenny Ejim (PF) of Humber
F: CJ Bennett (6'7''-F) of Humber


SAIT wins ACAC Championship 2018 - Mar 14, 2018


Winning a championship is tough. Winning two in a row is even tougher. But the SAIT Trojans (19-5) weren't deterred by the challenge as the club came up clutch to win its second ACAC men's basketball championship in as many years, with an 88-77 win over the Lakeland Rustlers (18-9). The victory marked the end of an entertaining week of basketball at the Cora Breakfast and Lunch ACAC Championship Tournament, hosted by Lethbridge College.
Both teams were making shots in the opening quarter, with neither side able to put any distance between themselves and their opponent. SAIT was able to take a slight 26-24 lead after ten minutes thanks to a 10-point effort by Gemie Muya-Ntalaja (F) (first year, Journalism, Toronto). The teams remained even through most of the second quarter, as the game was tied at 38 with just over two minutes remaining. But Lakeland Prentice Gardner (F) (fourth year, University Transfer, Oakland, Calif.) single-handedly broke the game open, scoring seven-straight points, including a last-second three, to give the Rustlers a 45-38 lead at the break.
Three minutes into the third quarter, Akeem Phillip (third year, Business Administration, Toronto) hit a three, pushing the Rustlers lead to 10 points. But from there, the Trojans erupted. SAIT scored 16 straight points, six of them by Muya-Ntalaja to storm ahead 57-51 late in the third. A three-pointer in the final minute by Murphy Beya (190-G) (fifth year, New Media Design and Production, Ottawa) cemented an excellent quarter for the Trojans where they outscored the Rustlers 25-12 to lead by six after three.
Early in the fourth quarter, the Rustlers put on a comeback push as a Terrell Murdaugh (fourth year, University Transfer, Saskatoon) three moved Lakeland back within two of the Trojans. But that's as close as the crew from Lloydminster would get, as Charlie Conner (G) (first year, Business Administration, Lacey, Wash.) scored five-straight points to restore the SAIT edge. Beya, the tournament MVP added the exclamation point, drilling a three with one minute remaining to clinch the Trojans victory.
Conner, a freshman, led the Trojans in scoring with 33 points, while Muya-Ntalaja finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Adrian Richards led the Rustlers with 20 points.
The championship exemplifies the return to prominence of the Trojans basketball program, after it ended a 17-year championship drought last season.
Both teams have qualified for, and now move on to, the CCAA National Championship Tournament from March 15 to 17 at Collge Montmorency in Laval, Que.
Players of the game: Lakeland - #2 Prentice Gardner (17pts, 4reb) SAIT - #1 Charlie Conner (33pts, 7reb, 5ast, 4 3pts)

Courtesy of ACAC.ab.ca

ACAC Tournament Final:
SAIT - Lakeland 88-77
ACAC Tournament Semifinals:
SAIT - NAIT 80-79
Lakeland - Concordia University of Edmonton 92-82


All-ACAC Awards 2018 - Mar 14, 2018



All-Tournament MVP: Murphy Beya (6'3''-G) of SAIT
Player of the Year: Kenny Johnson (6'3''-G) of GPRC
North Division Rookie of the Year: Stefan Jovcic (F) of Keyano
South Division Rookie of the Year: Omon Edobar (G) of Red Deer
North Division Coach of the Year: Reagan Wood of Concordia
South Division Coach of the Year: Neil Nystrom of Ambrose

North Division 1st Team
F: Prentice Gardner (F) of Lakeland
F: Artavis Holiday (F) of Lakeland
G: Kenny Johnson (6'3''-G) of GPRC
F: Stefan Jovcic (F) of Keyano
F: Ryan McLaren (F) of Concordia

North Division 2nd Team
C: Ronald Bacon (6'8''-C) of Concordia
F: Samson Cleare (F) of NAIT
G: Brett Jakubec (G) of Concordia
F: Brady Mackay (F) of NAIT
F: Jonathas Michel (F) of Keyano

South Division 1st Team
G: Murphy Beya (6'3''-G) of SAIT
G: Aaron Cameron (G) of Medicine Hat
G: Omon Edobar (G) of Red Deer
G: Jon Sappleton (G) of Medicine Hat
G: Dshawn Tyrell (G) of Red Deer

South Division 2nd Team
PG: Michael Clemons (5'6''-PG) of Lethbridge
G: Charlie Conner (G) of SAIT
G: Josh Daniel (G) of Ambrose
F: Keanu Funa (F) of Lethbridge
G: Linden Jackson (G) of Olds

All-Tournament Team
G: Brett Jakubec (G) of Concordia
F: Paul Smith (6'7''-F) of DeMatha
PG: Terrell Murdaugh (5'10''-PG) of Lakeland
F: Gemie Muya-Ntalaja (F) of SAIT
G: Charlie Conner (G) of SAIT


Douglas Royals win PacWest Championship 2018 - Mar 14, 2018


For the first time in 10 years the Douglas Royals are PACWEST champs with a 76-59 victory over the top seeded VIU Mariners.
Defensive was the name of the game for the Royals holding the high flying Mariners offence to 32% from the field and 12% from behind the arch.
Offensively the Royals shot 43% and were led by tournament MVP Grant Campbell (183-PG). He scored 24 points, collected four rebounds, had five assists and four steals. He was also named the player of the game. Reese Morris (F) was another huge factor playing the majority of the game with three fouls he dropped in 17 points and tallied eight rebounds. Noah Derappard-Yuswack (193-F) had 11 rebounds.
The Royals were also outstanding from behind the arch shooting 34% led by Ethan McKean (188-G)'s three and Paul Getz (196-F) and Campbell each drained a pair.
Only two players managed to score for the Mariners in the entire second half. Usama Zaid (193-F) was named player of the game with 23 points and seven rebounds while Bryson Cox (190-G) gathered 12 points. Jerod Dorby (201-F) did all his scoring in the first half and knocked down 13 points.

Courtesy of PacWestBC.ca

PacWest Tournament Final: Douglas - VIU 76-59
PacWest Tournament Semifinals:
Douglas - Langara 96-85
VIU - Camosun 91-60


All-PacWest Awards 2018 - Mar 14, 2018



All-Tournament MVP: Grant Campbell (6'0''-PG) of Douglas
Player of the Year: Usama Zaid (6'4''-F) of VIU
Rookie of the Year: Harry Liu (6'5''-G/F) of Langara
Coach of the Year: Matt Kuzminski of VIU

1st Team
F: Denver Sparks-Guest (6'5''-F) of Capilano
PG: Grant Campbell (6'0''-PG) of Douglas
PG: Ravi Basra (5'11''-PG) of Langara
F: Tyus Barfoot (6'5''-F) of VIU
F: Usama Zaid (6'4''-F) of VIU

2nd Team
G/F: Mathew Hampton (6'3''-G/F) of Camosun
F: Dallas Hancox (6'8''-F) of Camosun
F: Noah Derappard-Yuswack (6'4''-F) of Douglas
G: Kameron Johnson (6'2''-G) of Douglas
G: Martin Bogajev (6'0''-G) of Langara

All-Rookie Team
G: Josiah Mastandrea (6'2''-G) of Douglas
G/F: Harry Liu (6'5''-G/F) of Langara
F: Rhys Blake (F) of Quest
F: Brett Christensen (6'6''-F) of VIU
G: Harry Fayle (G) of VIU

All-Tournament Team
G: Kameron Johnson (6'2''-G) of Douglas
F: Reese Morris (F) of Douglas
PG: Ravi Basra (5'11''-PG) of Langara
F: Jerod Dorby (6'7''-F) of VIU
F: Usama Zaid (6'4''-F) of VIU



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