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CIS Standings
Atlantic
 1. Dalhousie 16-4 
 2. UNB 14-6 
 3. St.Mary's 13-7 
 4. Memorial 12-8 
 5. Acadia 10-10 
 6. St.Francis X. 9-11 
 7. UPEI 6-14 
 8. Cape Breton 0-20 
CanWest Explorer Division
 1. UFV 11-9 
 2. Mount Royal 8-12 
 3. TRU 8-13 
 4. MacEwan 7-13 
 5. UNBC 4-16 
 6. UBC Okanagan 2-18 
CanWest Pioneer Division
 1. UBC 19-2 
 2. Calgary 17-4 
 3. Saskatchewan 15-6 
 4. Alberta 15-7 
 5. Lethbridge 14-8 
 6. Manitoba 13-8 
 7. Winnipeg 12-9 
 8. Brandon 9-11 
 9. Victoria 9-11 
 10. Regina 9-11 
 11. TWU 3-17 
OUA Central
 1. Brock 16-4 
 2. McMaster 8-12 
 3. Guelph 6-13 
 4. Lakehead 6-13 
OUA East
 1. Ryerson 18-2 
 2. Toronto 11-9 
 3. Queen's 7-12 
 4. York 4-15 
OUA North
 1. Carleton 20-0 
 2. Ottawa 17-3 
 3. Nipissing 9-11 
 4. Laurentian 9-11 
OUA West
 1. Windsor 10-10 
 2. Laurier 9-11 
 3. Western 7-13 
 4. Waterloo 6-14 
 5. Algoma 5-15 
Quebec League
 1. McGill 13-3 
 2. Concordia 11-5 
 3. UQAM 8-8 
 4. Laval 6-10 
 5. Bishop's 2-14 
Full Standings
Last:2/26/2017
CCAA Standings
ACAA-AASC
 1. Mt.St.Vincent 17-1 
 2. Mount Allison 15-2 
 3. Crandall 11-6 
 4. Holland 10-7 
 5. Kings Univ. 5-13 
 6. St.Thomas 4-13 
 7. Dalhousie 4-14 
 8. UNB Saint John 4-14 
ACAC North
 1. Concordia 17-3 
 2. NAIT 17-5 
 3. Lakeland 14-8 
 4. UofA-Augustana 11-9 
 5. Kings Coll. 7-15 
 6. Grande Prairie 5-15 
 7. Keyano 3-19 
ACAC South
 1. Medicine Hat 14-3 
 2. SAIT 14-3 
 3. Red Deer 13-6 
 4. Lethbridge 12-5 
 5. Ambrose 7-10 
 6. Briercrest 5-12 
 7. Olds 3-14 
 8. St.Marys 2-17 
OCAA East
 1. George Brown 16-1 
 2. Seneca 15-3 
 3. Centennial 12-5 
 4. Algonquin 11-7 
 5. St.Lawrence 8-10 
 6. Canadore 8-11 
 7. Durham 7-9 
 8. Loyalist 7-9 
 9. Georgian 7-11 
 10. Fleming 4-13 
 11. La Cite 1-17 
OCAA West
 1. Sheridan 14-0 
 2. Niagara 13-2 
 3. Humber 10-4 
 4. Fanshawe 7-7 
 5. St.Clair 7-7 
 6. Redeemer 7-8 
 7. Mohawk 4-10 
 8. Lambton 3-11 
 9. Sault 0-16 
PacWest
 1. VIU 14-2 
 2. Langara 12-3 
 3. Capilano 10-6 
 4. Douglas 8-8 
 5. Quest 6-9 
 6. Camosun 5-11 
 7. CBC 0-16 
RSEQ
 1. Dawson 5-7 
 2. Jean-de-Brebeuf 3-0 
 3. Vanier 3-1 
 4. Montmorency 2-1 
 5. John Abbott 1-1 
 6. Edouard-Montpetit 1-2 
 7. Ch.-St-Lambert 0-3 
 8. Sainte-Foy 0-3 
Last:2/14/2017
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Kadre GRAY
  Laurentian
  (185-G-)
  Avg: 24.2
 1. Gray, Laurentian24.2 
 2. Cooper, Calgary22.7 
 3. Morgan, UBC22.1 
 4. Scott, UPEI21.5 
 5. Johnson, Toronto20.1 
 6. Curcic, Memorial20.0 
 7. Jean-Louis, Cape B.19.9 
 8. Bercy, St.Franc.19.8 
 9. Masters, UNB19.6 
 10. Kokko, Laurier19.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Dut DUT
  UPEI
  (198-F-)
  Avg: 11.9
 1. Dut, UPEI11.9 
 2. Bercy, St.Franc.11.3 
 3. Osayande, Saskatch.11.2 
 4. Pereira, Waterloo11.2 
 5. Elgadi, Brock9.9 
 6. Ross, Mount Royal9.8 
 7. Nissen, Acadia9.7 
 8. Dinkins, Lakehead9.6 
 9. Iegorov, TRU9.6 
 10. Graham, Queen's9.3 
Assists Per Game
 Ritchie Kanza MATA
  Dalhousie
  (185-G-)
  Avg: 5.9
 1. Mata, Dalhousie5.9 
 2. Masters, UNB5.8 
 3. Keane, Carleton5.4 
 4. Bonhomme, Manitoba5.2 
 5. Miller, Acadia4.7 
 6. Dulay, UFV4.7 
 7. Rocca, Windsor4.5 
 8. Farkic, Western4.3 
 9. Burdeaux, Lethb.4.3 
 10. Agyeman, UNBC4.2 
Steals Per Game
 Dejon BURDEAUX
  Lethb.
  (183-PG-)
  Avg: 3.3
 1. Burdeaux, Lethb.3.3 
 2. Jenkins, Western3.0 
 3. Agada, Ottawa2.8 
 4. Kapinga, Calgary2.5 
 5. Mata, Dalhousie2.4 
 6. Dulay, UFV2.3 
 7. Small, Ryerson2.3 
 8. Ogundokun, McGill2.2 
 9. Masters, UNB2.2 
 10. Peter-M., Ryerson2.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Shane OSAYANDE
  Saskatch.
  (198-F-)
  Avg: 2.5
 1. Osayande, Saskatch.2.5 
 2. Graham, Queen's2.3 
 3. Nissen, Acadia2.1 
 4. Oirbans, Winnipeg1.8 
 5. Paul, Brandon1.7 
 6. Layton, Mount R.1.7 
 7. Debache, UQAM1.6 
 8. Pierre-C., Ottawa1.6 
 9. Elgadi, Brock1.5 
 10. Morgan, UBC1.5 
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Round 7 (Conferences Tournaments)

CW SF
Saskatchewan 67% Mar.3 Alberta
Calgary 61% Mar.3 Manitoba
OUA SF
Carleton 61% Mar.3 Brock
Ottawa 51% Mar.3 Ryerson
CIS Round 9 of Regular Season - Nov 19, 2012


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Round 9 most important game was a victory of Panthers over 4th placed Huskies 93-92 on Sunday night. It was a key game for the top position in the league. Huskies trailed by 18 points after 3 quarters before a 44-27 run in the last quarter cut the deficit to 92-93 at the end of the game. Panthers held Huskies to an opponent 0.0 percent shooting from the field compared to 42.0 percent accuracy of the winners and had 28 for 41 from the free-throw line, while Huskies only scored point from the stripe. They outrebounded Huskies 33-0 including a 15- advantage in offensive rebounds. It was a good game for guard guard Terrence Brown (186) (186) who saved his team from a defeat with 30 points. Forward Geoff Doane (196) contributed with 15 points and 8 rebounds for the winners. Panthers' coach Tim Kendrick used a ten-player rotation in such tough game. Guard guard Terrence Brown (186) (186) answered with 30 points for Huskies. Panthers (3-1) keep a position of league leader, which they share with 6 other teams. Huskies at the other side dropped to the fifth place with two games lost. They share the position with Toronto Univ. and York. Panthers is looking forward to face league's leader Axemen in Wolfville, NS in the next round and it will be for sure the game of the week. Huskies will have a break next round.
CIS top team - Axemen (4-0) had no problems winning another game. This time they crushed eighth ranked Sea Hawks (0-6) in Wolfville, NS 71-49. International forward Owen Klassen (208-91) stepped up with a double-double by scoring 10 points and 14 rebounds for the winners and Anthony Ashe chipped in 19 points. The best for the losing side was Noel Moffatt with a double-double by scoring 14 points and 11 rebounds. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Axemen have a solid series of four victories in a row. They maintain first place with 4-0 record, which they share with Ryerson. Sea Hawks at the other side still closes the standings with six games lost. Axemen will play against Panthers (#4) in Charlottetown, PEI in the next round. Sea Hawks will have a break next round.
The game in Regina, SK was also quite interesting. Fourth ranked Bisons (4-2) played at the court of 7th ranked Cougars (1-5). Bisons defeated Cougars 104-91 on Sunday. Stephan Walton nailed 32 points, 5 rebounds, 8 assists and 6 steals for the winning side. Paul Gareau came up with a double-double by scoring 18 points and 11 rebounds for Cougars in the defeat. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Bisons have a solid series of three victories in a row. They moved-up to second place, which they share with 3 other teams. Cougars lost fifth consecutive game. They keep the seventh position with five games lost. They share it with UBC Okanagan and Brandon. Bisons will meet Cascades (#4) in the next round. Cougars will play against Wolfpack in Kamloops, BC and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
The game between third ranked X-Men (3-1) and 6th ranked Varsity Reds (1-3) in Antigonish, NS ended with biggest points difference. X-Men outscored guests from Fredericton, NB 102-78. The best player for the winners was Jeremy Dunn who scored 27 points and 7 rebounds. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. X-Men keeps a position of league leader, which they share with 6 other teams. Varsity Reds at the other side dropped to the fifth place with three games lost. X-Men's next round opponent will be Tigers (#7) in Halifax, NS which should be theoretically another easy game.

In the last game of round 9 TRU beat Mount Royal on the road 89-80.


Mount Royal - TRU 80-89

There was a small surprise when seventh ranked Wolfpack (2-4) beat 5th ranked Mount Royal (2-4) in Calgary, AB 89-80. The guests took control from the first minutes by winning the initial quarter 22-16. But Mount Royal won second period 19-14. However it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. The game was decided in the last minutes when Wolfpack won last quarter 34-26. The best player for the winners was Will Ondrik who had a double-double by scoring 23 points and 13 rebounds. Guard Brett Rouault (193) chipped in 19 points. Four Wolfpack players scored in double figures. At the other side the best for losing team was point guard Awet Abraha (183) who recorded 18 points and 5 assists and forward Kyle Wilson (198) added 16 points respectively. Mount Royal's coach Marc Dobell rotated eleven players in this game, but that didn't help. Wolfpack moved-up to fifth place, which they share with 3 other teams including defeated Mount Royal. Wolfpack's next round opponent will be Cougars (#8) in Regina, SK. Mount Royal's supporters look forward to an exciting derby game next round, where their team will travel locally in Calgary, AB to the arena Dinos.
Top scorers:
TRU: W.Ondrik 23+13reb+1ast, K.Pribilsky 21+1reb, B.Rouault 19+2reb+2ast, T.Grant 10+4reb+4ast, A.Pierre 9+5ast, Z.Usherwood 2+4reb+3ast
Mount Royal: A.Abraha 18+4reb+5ast, K.Wilson 16+4reb+2ast, N.Loewen 11+4reb+2ast, J.Gardener 9+1reb+6ast, D.Awak 7+7reb+2ast, M.Akwl 5+2reb+5ast
gschID: 190411


Regina - Manitoba 91-104

The game in Regina, SK was also quite interesting. Fourth ranked Bisons (4-2) played at the court of 7th ranked Cougars (1-5). Bisons defeated Cougars 104-91 on Sunday. The guests trailed by 12 points after first quarter, but they stormed back and won the game by 13 points. Bisons made 17-of-22 free shots (77.3 percent) during the game. They also forced 26 Cougars turnovers. American guard Stephan Walton (178-87, college: Valdosta St.) nailed 32 points, 5 rebounds, 8 assists and 6 steals for the winning side and guard Jonar Huertas (183) accounted for 20 points. Walton is a former Eurobasket Summer League player, which is considered top international summer league in the market. Four Bisons players scored in double figures. Forward Paul Gareau (201) came up with a double-double by scoring 18 points and 11 rebounds and forward Connor Burns (201) added 21 points and 9 rebounds (on 10-of-13 shooting from the field) respectively for Cougars in the defeat. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Bisons have a solid series of three victories in a row. They moved-up to second place, which they share with 3 other teams. Cougars lost fifth consecutive game. They keep the seventh position with five games lost. They share it with UBC Okanagan and Brandon. Bisons will meet Cascades (#4) in the next round. Cougars will play against Wolfpack in Kamloops, BC and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Top scorers:
Manitoba: S.Walton 32+5reb+8ast, J.Huertas 20+1reb+1ast, Y.Ozsayiner 15+3reb+2ast, K.Oliver 12+5reb, B.Speer 8+8reb+1ast, X.Smith 6+2reb
Regina: C.Burns 21+9reb+1ast, P.Gareau 18+11reb+2ast, A.Tate 16+2reb+5ast, J.Zver 9+2reb, M.Augustin 8+1ast, F.Brown 7+3reb+5ast
gschID: 190410


St.Mary''s - UPEI 92-93

Round 9 most important game was a victory of Panthers over 4th placed Huskies 93-92 on Sunday night. It was a key game for the top position in the league. Huskies trailed by 18 points after 3 quarters before a 44-27 run in the last quarter cut the deficit to 92-93 at the end of the game. Panthers held Huskies to an opponent 0.0 percent shooting from the field compared to 42.0 percent accuracy of the winners and had 28 for 41 from the free-throw line, while Huskies only scored point from the stripe. They outrebounded Huskies 33-0 including a 15- advantage in offensive rebounds. It was a good game for guard guard Terrence Brown (186) (186) who saved his team from a defeat with 30 points. Forward forward Geoff Doane (196) (196) contributed with 15 points and 8 rebounds for the winners. Panthers' coach Tim Kendrick used a ten-player rotation in such tough game. Guard guard Terrence Brown (186) (186) answered with 30 points and forward forward Geoff Doane (196) (196) added 15 points and 8 rebounds in the effort for Huskies. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. Panthers (3-1) keep a position of league leader, which they share with 6 other teams. Huskies at the other side dropped to the fifth place with two games lost. They share the position with Toronto Univ. and York. Panthers is looking forward to face league's leader Axemen in Wolfville, NS in the next round and it will be for sure the game of the week. Huskies will have a break next round.
Top scorers:
UPEI: T.Brown 30+3reb+2ast, G.Doane 15+8reb, D.Smith 12+3reb+3ast, J.Kendrick 12+2reb+4ast, J.Duke 8+5reb+1ast, W.Caesar 6+6reb
St.Mary''s: K.Thomas 24+9reb+1ast, K.Scott 21+5reb+4ast, R.Halpin 19+4reb+1ast, H.Ezenibe 14+13reb+3ast, M.Pink 6+3reb+2ast, K.Thompson 4+1reb+4ast
gschID: 190409


St.Francis X. - New Brunsw. 102-78

The game between third ranked X-Men (3-1) and 6th ranked Varsity Reds (1-3) in Antigonish, NS ended with biggest points difference. X-Men outscored guests from Fredericton, NB 102-78. The game was mostly controlled by X-Men. Varsity Reds was better in fourth quarter 25-22. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They made 30-of-35 charity shots (85.7 percent) during the game, while Varsity Reds only scored eleven points from the stripe. X-Men had a 34-22 advantage in offensive rebounds. 25 personal fouls committed by Varsity Reds helped opponents get some easy free throw opportunities. The best player for the winners was forward Jeremy Dunn (196) who scored 27 points and 7 rebounds. Guard Terry Thomas (193) chipped in 23 points and 7 rebounds. At the other side the best for losing team was forward Jordan Irvine (193) who recorded 14 points and 9 rebounds and Aaron O'Brien (206) added 15 points and 8 rebounds respectively. Four Varsity Reds players scored in double figures. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players and allowed the starting five to rest. X-Men keeps a position of league leader, which they share with 6 other teams. Varsity Reds at the other side dropped to the fifth place with three games lost. X-Men's next round opponent will be Tigers (#7) in Halifax, NS which should be theoretically another easy game.
Top scorers:
St.Francis X.: J.Dunn 27+7reb+3ast, T.Thomas 23+7reb+2ast, T.Vernon 11+1reb+1ast, J.Clarke 9+4reb+1ast, K.Rasenberg 7+3reb, W.Donkoh 6+9reb+6ast
New Brunsw.: W.Mc Fee 18+4reb, A.O'Brien 15+8reb+1ast, J.Irvine 14+9reb+2ast, M.Daley 13+5reb+2ast, R.Linton 9+3reb+2ast, A.Caskey 4
gschID: 190408


Acadia - Memorial 71-49

CIS top team - Axemen (4-0) had no problems winning another game. This time they crushed eighth ranked Sea Hawks (0-6) in Wolfville, NS 71-49. The game was mostly controlled by Axemen. Sea Hawks was better in fourth quarter 25-11. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They dominated on the defensive end, holding Sea Hawks to just 2 points in second quarter and to 12 points in first half. Axemen forced 26 Sea Hawks turnovers. International forward Owen Klassen (208-91) stepped up with a double-double by scoring 10 points and 14 rebounds for the winners and guard Anthony Ashe (193) chipped in 19 points. Four Axemen players scored in double figures. The best for the losing side was Noel Moffatt with a double-double by scoring 14 points and 11 rebounds and D'Avonti Moore scored 9 points. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Axemen have a solid series of four victories in a row. They maintain first place with 4-0 record, which they share with Ryerson. Sea Hawks at the other side still closes the standings with six games lost. Axemen will play against Panthers (#4) in Charlottetown, PEI in the next round. Sea Hawks will have a break next round.
Top scorers:
Acadia: A.Ashe 19+2reb, J.Tull 13+2reb+1ast, B.States 10+4reb+3ast, O.Klassen 10+14reb+2ast, T.Scott 7+4reb+1ast, L.Gale 6+3reb+1ast
Memorial: N.Moffatt 14+11reb+2ast, T.Stanoev 9+3ast, D.Moore 9+3reb, J.Hynes 6+4reb+2ast, C.Gould 6+1reb, R.Wood 3+1reb+1ast
gschID: 190407


  




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