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CIS Standings
Atlantic
 1. Acadia 0-0 
 2. Cape Breton 0-0 
 3. Dalhousie 0-0 
 4. Memorial 0-0 
 5. St.Francis X. 0-0 
 6. St.Marys 0-0 
 7. St.Thomas 0-0 
 8. UNB 0-0 
 9. UPEI 0-0 
CanWest Explorer Division
 1. MacEwan 0-0 
 2. Mount Royal 0-0 
 3. TRU 0-0 
 4. UBC Okanagan 0-0 
 5. UFV 0-0 
 6. UNBC 0-0 
CanWest Pioneer Division
 1. Alberta 0-0 
 2. Brandon 0-0 
 3. Calgary 0-0 
 4. Lethbridge 0-0 
 5. Manitoba 0-0 
 6. Regina 0-0 
 7. Saskatchewan 0-0 
 8. TWU 0-0 
 9. UBC 0-0 
 10. Victoria 0-0 
 11. Winnipeg 0-0 
OUA Central
 1. Brock 0-0 
 2. Guelph 0-0 
 3. Lakehead 0-0 
 4. McMaster 0-0 
OUA East
 1. Queens 0-0 
 2. Ryerson 0-0 
 3. Toronto 0-0 
 4. York 0-0 
OUA North
 1. Carleton 0-0 
 2. Laurentian 0-0 
 3. Nipissing 0-0 
 4. Ottawa 0-0 
OUA West
 1. Algoma 0-0 
 2. Laurier 0-0 
 3. Waterloo 0-0 
 4. Western 0-0 
 5. Windsor 0-0 
Quebec League
 1. Bishops 0-0 
 2. Concordia 0-0 
 3. Laval 0-0 
 4. McGill 0-0 
 5. UQAM 0-0 
Last:7/24/2016
CCAA Standings
ACAA-AASC
 1. Holland 19-1 
 2. Kings Univ. 14-6 
 3. Mt.St.Vincent 14-6 
 4. Crandall 13-7 
 5. Mount Allison 8-12 
 6. UNB Saint John 7-13 
 7. St.Thomas 5-15 
 8. Dalhousie 0-20 
ACAC North
 1. Keyano 19-5 
 2. NAIT 18-6 
 3. Grande Prairie 15-9 
 4. Lakeland 12-12 
 5. Concordia 9-15 
 6. Kings Coll. 8-16 
 7. UofA-Augustana 3-21 
ACAC South
 1. Red Deer 16-5 
 2. Lethbridge 15-6 
 3. Medicine Hat 15-6 
 4. Olds 15-6 
 5. Ambrose 8-13 
 6. St.Marys 7-14 
 7. SAIT 6-15 
 8. Briercrest 2-19 
OCAA East
 1. La Cite 16-4 
 2. Algonquin 13-7 
 3. George Brown 13-7 
 4. St.Lawrence 13-7 
 5. Georgian 11-9 
 6. Seneca 9-11 
 7. Durham 8-12 
 8. Canadore 7-13 
 9. Fleming 7-13 
 10. Loyalist 7-13 
 11. Centennial 6-14 
OCAA West
 1. Humber 16-5 
 2. Sheridan 15-4 
 3. Mohawk 14-5 
 4. Lambton 13-5 
 5. Niagara 12-6 
 6. St.Clair 7-11 
 7. Redeemer 6-12 
 8. Sault 5-13 
 9. Fanshawe 4-14 
 10. Cambrian 1-17 
PacWest
 1. VIU 21-0 
 2. Quest 18-3 
 3. Langara 13-8 
 4. Capilano 11-10 
 5. Douglas 10-11 
 6. Camosun 8-13 
 7. CBC 3-18 
 8. KPU 0-21 
RSEQ
 1. Ch.-St-Lambert 11-3 
 2. Montmorency 11-3 
 3. Edouard-Montpetit 7-7 
 4. Jean-de-Brebeuf 7-7 
 5. John Abbott 7-7 
 6. Vanier 7-7 
 7. Sainte-Foy 4-10 
 8. Dawson 2-12 
Last:3/12/2016
Points Per Game
 Javon MASTERS
  UNB
  (183-PG-)
  Avg: 27.8
 1. Masters, UNB27.8 
 2. Cooper, Calgary25.7 
 3. Scott, UPEI25.0 
 4. Morrow, Western23.7 
 5. Campbell, Windsor22.5 
 6. Johnson, Toronto22.3 
 7. Singh, Queen's21.5 
 8. Curcic, Memorial20.4 
 9. Elgadi, Brock19.9 
 10. L'Africain, Ottawa19.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 Mike PEREIRA
  Waterloo
  (196-F-93)
  Avg: 11.7
 1. Pereira, Waterloo11.7 
 2. Elgadi, Brock11.4 
 3. Layton, Mount R.11.2 
 4. Bercy, St.Franc.10.7 
 5. Barrie, St.Mary's10.1 
 6. Wolfram, TRU10.1 
 7. Omoerah, Manitoba9.9 
 8. Anders, Manitoba9.5 
 9. Parchment, UFV9.0 
 10. Dut, UPEI8.8 
Assists Per Game
 Ritchie KANZA MATA
  Dalho.
  (184-G-)
  Avg: 6.7
 1. Kanza Mata, Dalho.6.7 
 2. Provo, St.Franc.6.4 
 3. Keane, Carleton6.4 
 4. Daley, UNB6.3 
 5. Pribilsky, TRU6.1 
 6. Reader, York5.6 
 7. Miller, Acadia5.5 
 8. Blain, UQAM5.4 
 9. L'Africain, Ottawa5.1 
 10. Parchment, UFV5.0 
Steals Per Game
 Dejon BURDEAUX
  Lethb.
  (183-PG-)
  Avg: 3.4
 1. Burdeaux, Lethb.3.4 
 2. Blain, UQAM2.8 
 3. Reader, York2.8 
 4. Redpath, McMaster2.7 
 5. Agada, Ottawa2.6 
 6. Devereaux, Cape B.2.4 
 7. Lynch-Blair, Winni.2.4 
 8. Pribilsky, TRU2.3 
 9. Smith, Acadia2.2 
 10. Daley, UNB2.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Rudolphe JOLY
  Windsor Exp.
  (208-C-)
  Avg: 4
 1. Joly, Windsor Exp.4.0 
 2. Layton, Mount R.2.7 
 3. Green, Ryerson2.5 
 4. Elgadi, Brock2.0 
 5. Curcic, Memorial1.9 
 6. Oirbans, Winnipeg1.8 
 7. Graham, Queen's1.7 
 8. Debache, UQAM1.7 
 9. McCarthy, Ottawa1.7 
 10. Osayande, Saskat.1.6 
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CIS Round 19: Rams lose a game and the top position to Ravens - Jan 15, 2013


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The round was exceptionally exciting as six games ended with a tiny margin while 2 of them nedded overtime. There was no lack of interesting games this round. The round ended with loss of the undefeated team, few extra overtimes, favorites losing the games and games ending by tiny margin.

The most crucial game of the last round was the first loss of undefeated Rams (10-1) in Toronto, ON on Saturday night. Hosts were rolled over by Ravens (11-1) 91-66. It ended at the same time the ten-game winning streak of Rams. It was a key game for the top position in the league as both teams had the same 10-1 record before this meeting. The game was mostly controlled by Ravens. Rams managed to win second period 15-13. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They outrebounded Rams 38-22 including a 33-14 advantage in defensive rebounds. It was a great evening for forward Thomas Scrubb (196) who led his team to a victory scoring 19 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists. The former international forward Tyson Hinz (198-91) helped adding 24 points (on 9-of-11 shooting from the field). At the losing side guard Jordon Gauthier (191) responded with 15 points and 5 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. Ravens have an impressive series of eleven victories in a row. They keep a position of league leader. Rams at the other side dropped to the second place with one game lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Wesmen (#3) forced the game against Thunderbirds (#1) into an overtime, but lost by three points 93-96 on Saturday night. It was a great evening for Brylle Kamen who led his team to a victory with a double-double by scoring 26 points and 13 rebounds (made all of his eight free throws). Wesmen's coach rotated ten players in this game, but that didn't help. The victory was the fifth consecutive win for Thunderbirds. They maintain first place with 11-2 record. Loser Wesmen keeps the third position with five games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.

There were no shocking results in the rest of the games of round 19: winless Memorial lost to undefeated Cape Breton on the opponent's court 67-99. Cape Breton outscored Memorial in a home game 81-57. UNBC recorded a loss to Brandon on the road 61-54. TWU was defeated by Saskatchewan on its own court 85-92. Waterloo was smashed by Windsor in Windsor, ON 85-58. UFV lost to Alberta at home 81-91. Calgary unfortunately lost to TRU on the opponent's court 81-85. UBC Okanagan recorded a loss to Lethbridge in a home game 74-81. Mount Royal was defeated by Regina on the road 78-72. Manitoba beat Victoria on its own court 82-79. Laurentian lost to Queen's in Kingston, ON 82-84. Lakehead unfortunately lost to Brock at home 67-70. Laval recorded a loss to McGill on the opponent's court 64-72. Toronto Univ. was defeated by Ottawa in a home game 75-92. St.Mary's was smashed by UPEI on the road 92-72. New Brunsw. lost to St.Francis X. on its own court 75-91. UQAM managed to outperform Concordia in Montreal, QC 71-69. McMaster rolled over Western at home 86-62. Guelph defeated Laurier on the opponent's court 94-88.
The most impressive stats of the last round was 43 points (!!!) and 8 rebounds by Maxwell Allin of Laurier.



Cape Breton - Memorial 99-67

Very expected game in Sydney, NS where bottom-ranked Sea Hawks (0-10) were crushed by leader Capers (10-0) 99-67 on Tuesday. The game was mostly controlled by Capers. Sea Hawks was better in third quarter 24-23. 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 6 points in second quarter. Capers forced 22 Sea Hawks turnovers and outrebounded them 43-32 including 33 on the defensive glass. They looked well-organized offensively handing out 21 assists. It was a great evening for American guard Jimmy Dorsey (188) who led his team to a victory with a double-double by scoring 14 points, 10 rebounds, 6 assists and 5 steals. Forward Sean Mccormick (196) helped adding 11 points and 11 rebounds. Five Capers players scored in double figures. At the losing side Alpha Kisusi responded with 14 points and 4 assists and swingman Ryan Wood (191) scored 12 points. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. The victory was the tenth consecutive win for Capers. They maintain first place with 10-0 record. Sea Hawks lost their tenth game in a row. They still closes the standings with ten games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Memorial: A.Kisusi 14+2reb+4ast, T.Stanoev 13, R.Wood 12+2reb+1ast, C.Gould 8+6reb, C.Henderson 5+5reb, V.Curcic 4+6reb+1ast
Cape Breton: C.Kasongo 15+3reb+2ast, J.Dorsey 14+10reb+6ast, A.Geugjes 13+5reb, S.Mccormick 11+11reb+2ast, S.Keith 11+4reb+3ast, S.Goosen 11
gschID: 190547


Cape Breton - Memorial 81-57

Very predictable result in Sydney, NS where leader Capers (10-0) smashed bottom-ranked Sea Hawks (0-10) 81-57 on Monday. The game was mostly controlled by Capers. Sea Hawks was better in third quarter 23-14. 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 7 points in first quarter. Capers forced 24 Sea Hawks turnovers and had a 19-8 advantage in offensive rebounds. It was a great evening for forward Meshack Lufile (203) who led his team to a victory scoring 20 points and 9 rebounds. Guard Kayon Mayers (185) helped adding 12 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists. Four Capers players scored in double figures. At the losing side Vasilije Curcic responded with 17 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assists and Caleb Gould scored 11 points and 6 rebounds. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. The victory was the tenth consecutive win for Capers. They maintain first place with 10-0 record. Sea Hawks lost their tenth game in a row. They still closes the standings with ten games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Memorial: V.Curcic 17+5reb+4ast, C.Gould 11+6reb+1ast, A.Kisusi 7+5reb+1ast, R.Wood 7+7reb+3ast, D.Moore 7+5reb+4ast, T.Stanoev 5+4reb
Cape Breton: M.Lufile 20+9reb, S.Keith 13+3reb, K.Mayers 12+8reb+4ast, A.Geugjes 10+4reb+4ast, C.Kasongo 9+4reb+2ast, S.Locke 5+3reb+1ast
gschID: 190532


UBC - Winnipeg 96-93 OT

Wesmen (#3) forced the game against Thunderbirds (#1) into an overtime, but lost by three points 93-96 on Saturday night. The hosts trailed by 3 points after first quarter, but they rallied back to get the 5-point lead at the halftime then Wesmen managed to tie the game at the end of regular time. However that was Thunderbirds who were better in overtime eventually winning that period 12-9. They made 24-of-28 free shots (85.7 percent) during the game. Thunderbirds looked well-organized offensively handing out 27 assists. It was a great evening for American forward Brylle Kamen (201, college: San Jose St.) who led his team to a victory with a double-double by scoring 26 points and 13 rebounds (made all of his eight free throws). His fellow American import guard Doug Plumb (193, college: Minnesota St.) helped adding 22 points and 7 assists. At the losing side American forward Steven Wesley (196, college: E.Washington) responded with 29 points and 5 rebounds and guard Andrew Cunningham (186, college: Redlands CC) scored 14 points, 5 rebounds and 9 assists. Four Thunderbirds and five Wesmen players scored in double figures. Wesmen's coach rotated ten players in this game, but that didn't help. The victory was the fifth consecutive win for Thunderbirds. They maintain first place with 11-2 record. Loser Wesmen keeps the third position with five games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Winnipeg: S.Wesley 29+5reb+2ast, T.Krahn 14+1reb+4ast, A.Cunningham 14+5reb+9ast, D.Brown 10+4reb+2ast, B.Iko 10+6reb+2ast, J.Clennon 9+1reb+3ast
UBC: B.Kamen 26+13reb+2ast, D.Plumb 22+3reb+7ast, O.Wallace 14+4reb+4ast, T.Nixon 13+7reb+2ast, C.Morgan 9+4reb, D.Wagner 6+4reb+2ast
gschID: 190545


Brandon - UNBC 61-54

There was a minor upset in Brandon, MB where 5th ranked Timberwolves (5-6) were defeated by eighth ranked Bobcats (3-8) 61-54 on Saturday. It was a great evening for forward Jordan Reaves who led his team to a victory with a double-double by scoring 12 points, 11 rebounds and 7 assists. Ilarion Bonhomme helped adding 13 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists. Four Bobcats players scored in double figures. At the losing side point guard Francis Rowe (178) responded with 19 points and 5 rebounds and forward Navjot Bains (198) produced a double-double by scoring 10 points and 13 rebounds. Bobcats moved-up to sixth place, which they share with Laurier. Loser Timberwolves keep the fifth position with six games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
UNBC: F.Rowe 19+5reb, N.Bains 10+13reb+1ast, J.Rybachuk 7+8reb+5ast, G.Aubertin 6+1reb, D.Stark 5+5reb+1ast, C.Barton 4+9reb
Brandon: I.Bonhomme 13+10reb+6ast, R.Smith 13+1reb, A.Benabdelhak 12+8reb, J.Reaves 12+11reb+7ast, J.Elias 4+8reb, T.Scott 4+2reb
gschID: 190538


TWU - Saskatchewan 85-92

Everything went according to plan in Langley, BC where third ranked Huskies (8-4) beat 6th ranked Spartans (4-8) 92-85 on Saturday. The guests trailed by 1 point at the halftime before their 51-43 charge in the second half, which allowed them to win the game. Strangely Spartans outrebounded Huskies 45-26 including a 20-3 advantage in offensive rebounds. They shot the lights out from three sinking 14 long-distance shots on high 53.8 percentage. Spartans were plagued by 30 personal fouls down the stretch. It was a great evening for American guard Stephon Lamar (185, college: Pacific) who led his team to a victory scoring 30 points and 6 assists. Guard Andrew Henry (188) helped adding 18 points and 5 rebounds. Four Huskies players scored in double figures. At the losing side Mark Perrin responded with 22 points and guard Tonner Jackson (201) scored 4 points and 15 rebounds. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Huskies moved-up to second place. Loser Spartans keep the sixth position with eight games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
TWU: M.Perrin 22+3reb, J.Bakuteka 14+2reb+3ast, T.Smith 11+5reb+2ast, K.Osborne 9+3reb, D.McDonald 8+7reb+1ast, J.Parker 6+2reb
Saskatchewan: S.Lamar 30+3reb+6ast, A.Henry 18+5reb+1ast, P.Burns 15+8reb+1ast, M.Forbes 11+3reb+1ast, E.Ostertag 9, B.Baker 7+4reb+3ast
gschID: 190546


Windsor - Waterloo 85-58

There was no surprise in Windsor, ON where 7th ranked Warriors (1-10) were outplayed by first ranked Lancers (8-3) 85-58 on Sunday. Lancers dominated down low during the game scoring 54 of its points in the paint compared to Warriors' 34. Lancers forced 22 Warriors turnovers and outrebounded them 45-32 including 19 on the offensive glass. It was a great evening for point guard Enrico Diloreto (185-90) who led his team to a victory scoring 18 points. Guard Josh Collins (185-90) helped adding 11 points and 4 assists. Four Lancers players scored in double figures. At the losing side forward Brendan Smith (201-89) responded with 11 points and 5 rebounds and forward Kyrie Coleman scored 4 points and 8 rebounds. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Lancers maintains first place with 8-3 record. Loser Warriors keep the seventh position with ten games lost. Lancers will face Marauders (#3) in Hamilton, ON in the next round, which may be the game of the day. Warriors' supporters look forward to an exciting derby game next round, where their team will face at home their local rival from Waterloo, ON Golden Hawks.
Top scorers:
Waterloo: B.Smith 11+5reb+2ast, W.Davis 11+1reb, J.Ravenhorst 7+1reb, G.Jaspreet 5+3reb+4ast, Z.Angelini 5+1reb+1ast, T.Stevenson 4+6reb+1ast
Windsor: E.Diloreto 18+2reb+2ast, J.Collins 11+4reb+4ast, L.Phillip 11+7reb+1ast, M.Godfrey 11+5reb+1ast, R.Osuntola 9+4reb+1ast, E.Matthews 6+6reb+2ast
gschID: 190548


UFV - Alberta 81-91

No shocking result in a game in Abbotsford, BC where first ranked Golden Bears (10-2) won against 3rd placed Cascades (7-5) 91-81 on Saturday. The guests trailed by 7 points after three quarters before their 28-11 charge, which allowed them to win the game. Golden Bears outrebounded Cascades 38-27 including 26 on the defensive glass. Cascades were plagued by 26 personal fouls down the stretch. It was a great evening for naturalized Kenyan guard Kenneth Otieno (188) who led his team to a victory scoring 24 points and 9 rebounds. The former international guard Jordan Baker (192-91, college: Utah Valley) helped adding 17 points, 9 rebounds and 5 assists. Five Golden Bears players scored in double figures. At the losing side James York responded with a double-double by scoring 15 points, 6 rebounds and 12 assists and Kevon Parchment scored 16 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists. Cascades' coach tested ten players, but that didn't help to avoid defeat in this game. Golden Bears maintains first place with 10-2 record, which they share with Ottawa. Loser Cascades dropped to the second position with five games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
UFV: S.Freeman 27+3reb, K.Parchment 16+8reb+6ast, J.York 15+6reb+12ast, J.Blackman 9+2reb+2ast, A.Khaira 6+3reb, N.Kendall 5+3reb+3ast
Alberta: K.Otieno 24+9reb+2ast, T.Bergen-Henengouwen 18+5reb, J.Baker 17+9reb+5ast, Y.Ouahrig 14+4reb+5ast, R.Dewar 10+5reb+2ast, T.Watson 6+2reb
gschID: 190544


TRU - Calgary 85-81

Everything could happen in Kamloops, BC at the game between two tied teams. Both fifth ranked Wolfpack and 5th ranked Dinos had identical 5-6 record. This time Wolfpack used a home court advantage and beat the opponent from Calgary, AB 85-81 on Saturday night. The hosts trailed by 2 points after first quarter, but they rallied back to get the 5-point lead at the halftime and eventually won the game 85-81. Wolfpack made 20-of-25 free shots (80.0 percent) during the game. Wolfpack outrebounded Dinos 42-27 including a 34-21 advantage in defensive rebounds. It was a great evening for guard Kevin Pribilsky (180) who led his team to a victory scoring 20 points and 5 assists. Guard Brett Rouault (193) helped adding 15 points and 6 rebounds. At the losing side guard Jarred Ogungbemi-Jackson (175-91) responded with 24 points and 5 assists and Jasdeep Gill (196) scored 11 points and 5 rebounds. Five Wolfpack and four Dinos players scored in double figures. Dinos' coach tested ten players, but that didn't help to avoid defeat in this game. Wolfpack (6-6) moved-up to fourth place, which they share with Lethbridge. Loser Dinos dropped to the sixth position with seven games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Calgary: J.Ogungbemi-Jackson 24+4reb+5ast, J.Owen-Thomas 14+2reb+1ast, J.Gill 11+5reb+1ast, T.Moses 11+2reb+2ast, M.Letkeman 9+3reb, D.Karch 5+7reb
TRU: K.Pribilsky 20+2reb+5ast, B.Rouault 15+6reb+1ast, A.Pierre 11+5reb+3ast, Z.Usherwood 11+6reb+1ast, T.Grant 10+6reb+3ast, B.Bozinovic 8+4reb
gschID: 190543


UBC Okanagan - Lethbridge 74-81

Rather predictable result in Kelowna, BC where sixth ranked Pronghorn (6-6) defeated 8th ranked Heat (2-10) 81-74 on Saturday. The guests trailed by 1 point at the halftime before their 20-11 charge in the third quarter, which allowed them to win the game. Pronghorn made 17-of-22 free shots (77.3 percent) during the game. Pronghorn outrebounded Heat 35-23 including 24 on the defensive glass. It was a great evening for center Derek Waldner (201) who led his team to a victory with a double-double by scoring 16 points and 16 rebounds. Guard Logan Reiter (188) helped adding 29 points. At the losing side guard Yassine Ghomari (185) responded with 17 points and 6 assists and Dave Mackay (196) scored 13 points and 6 rebounds (on 6-of-7 shooting from the field). Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Pronghorn moved-up to fourth place, which they share with TRU. Loser Heat keeps the eighth position with ten games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
UBC Okanagan: Y.Ghomari 17+1reb+6ast, D.Mackay 13+6reb+1ast, A.Fahandeg-Sadi 9+3reb, L.Ndayitwayeko 9+2ast, A.Faza 7+1reb+5ast, G.Gill 7+8reb+2ast
Lethbridge: L.Reiter 29+2reb, D.Waldner 16+16reb, J.Chief-Morris 11+3reb+1ast, C.Johnson 9+1reb+2ast, A.Fletcher 6+4reb+1ast, M.Duce 6+3reb+3ast
gschID: 190542


Regina - Mount Royal 78-72

There was a minor upset in Regina, SK where 7th ranked Mount Royal (2-9) was defeated by seventh ranked Cougars (4-7) 78-72 on Saturday. The hosts trailed by 11 points after first quarter, but they rallied back and won the game by 6 points. Cougars forced 19 Mount Royal turnovers. It was a great evening for guard Frank Brown (188) who led his team to a victory scoring 26 points and 9 rebounds. Forward Connor Burns (201) helped adding 16 points and 6 rebounds. At the losing side point guard Awet Abraha (183) responded with 33 points (!!!) and 5 rebounds and guard Manok Akwl (191) scored 10 points, 5 rebounds, 6 assists and 5 steals. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Cougars moved-up to fourth place, which they share with 3 other teams. Mount Royal lost their sixth game in a row. They keep the seventh position with nine games lost. Cougars will have a break next round. Mount Royal will play at home against Bisons (#4) in Winnipeg, MB.
Top scorers:
Mount Royal: A.Abraha 33+5reb, M.Akwl 10+5reb+6ast, O.Ogun 9+5reb, A.Callaghan 8+1reb, J.Gardener 4+4reb+2ast, K.Wilson 4+2reb+1ast
Regina: F.Brown 26+9reb+2ast, C.Burns 16+6reb, P.Gareau 7+1reb+3ast, S.Nostedt 7+2reb+2ast, B.Hebert 7+2reb+9ast, A.Tate 6+2reb
gschID: 190541


Manitoba - Victoria 82-79

There was a small surprise in Winnipeg, MB where fourth ranked Bisons (7-5) edged much higher ranked Vikies (7-5) 82-79 on Saturday. The hosts trailed by 2 points after first quarter, but they rallied back to get the 5-point lead at the halftime and eventually won the game 82-79. It was a great evening for forward Yigit Ozsayiner (198) who led his team to a victory scoring 22 points and 6 rebounds. American guard Stephan Walton (178-87, college: Valdosta St.) helped adding 24 points. Walton is a former Eurobasket Summer League player, which is considered top international summer league in the market. At the losing side Michael Acheampong responded with 17 points and 8 rebounds and Kyle Peterson scored 15 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists. Vikies' coach tried various players' combinations and tested in total eleven players, but that didn't help to avoid defeat in this game. Bisons moved-up to second place, which they share with Victoria and UFV. Bisons will face Mount Royal (#7) in Calgary, AB in the next round which should be theoretically an easy game.
Top scorers:
Victoria: M.Acheampong 17+8reb+3ast, K.Peterson 15+6reb+5ast, T.Evans 15+7reb+1ast, P.Anderson 10+2reb, B.Taylor 9+4reb, R.Erikson 5+2reb
Manitoba: S.Walton 24+1reb+2ast, Y.Ozsayiner 22+6reb+1ast, K.Oliver 12+9reb+5ast, C.Noel 7+2reb+1ast, J.Huertas 7+5reb+2ast, D.Joseph 5+3reb+1ast
gschID: 190540


Winnipeg - UBC 93-96 OT

UBC escaped with a narrow overtime win over Winnipeg. Kamen delivered 26 points and 13 rebounds to pace the charge. Plumb finished with 22 points and 7 assists for the winning side. Wesley responded with game-high 29 points for Winnipeg.
Top scorers:
Winnipeg: S.Wesley 29+5reb+2ast, T.Krahn 14+1reb+4ast, A.Cunningham 14+5reb+9ast, D.Brown 10+4reb+2ast, B.Iko 10+6reb+2ast, J.Clennon 9+1reb+3ast
UBC: B.Kamen 26+13reb+2ast, D.Plumb 22+3reb+7ast, O.Wallace 14+4reb+4ast, T.Nixon 13+7reb+2ast, C.Morgan 9+4reb, D.Wagner 6+4reb+2ast
gschID: 190539


Queen's - Laurentian 84-82

The game between closely ranked teams ended with 5th ranked Voyageurs' (5-6) road loss to fourth ranked Golden Gaels (9-3) 82-84 on Saturday. Voyageurs were trailing by 1 point at halftime but managed to get 5-point lead after three quarters before a 25-18 charge of Golden Gaels, which allowed them to win the game. Golden Gaels outrebounded Voyageurs 46-28 including a 32-21 advantage in defensive rebounds. They looked well-organized offensively handing out 22 assists. It was a great evening for forward Greg Faulkner (193) who led his team to a victory scoring 24 points and 9 rebounds. Forward Nikola Misljencevic (196) helped adding 19 points, 7 rebounds and 9 assists. Golden Gaels' coach Stephan Barrie used an eleven-player rotation in such tough game. At the losing side swingman Georges Serresse (191) responded with 24 points and 8 rebounds and Alex Ratte scored 25 points and 5 rebounds. Four Voyageurs players scored in double figures. Golden Gaels maintains fourth place with 9-3 record. Voyageurs lost their fifth game in a row. They keep the fifth position with six games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Laurentian: A.Ratte 25+5reb+2ast, G.Serresse 24+8reb+2ast, M.Pasquale 15+4reb+4ast, N.Yengue 12+6reb, J.Budd 4+1reb+3ast, T.Carter-Newman 2+3reb+2ast
Queen's: G.Faulkner 24+9reb+2ast, N.Misljencevic 19+7reb+9ast, S.Singh 17+4reb+5ast, M.Simpson 7+6reb, J.Lenz 6+5reb, R.Roberts 4+5reb+3ast
gschID: 190537


Ryerson - Carleton 66-91

The most crucial game of the last round was the first loss of undefeated Rams (10-1) in Toronto, ON on Saturday night. Hosts were rolled over by Ravens (11-1) 91-66. It ended at the same time the ten-game winning streak of Rams. It was a key game for the top position in the league as both teams had the same 10-1 record before this meeting. The game was mostly controlled by Ravens. Rams managed to win second period 15-13. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They outrebounded Rams 38-22 including a 33-14 advantage in defensive rebounds. It was a great evening for forward Thomas Scrubb (196) who led his team to a victory scoring 19 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists. The former international forward Tyson Hinz (198-91) helped adding 24 points (on 9-of-11 shooting from the field). At the losing side guard Jordon Gauthier (191) responded with 15 points and 5 rebounds and guard Aaron Best (193) scored 15 points and 5 rebounds. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. The winner was already known earlier in the game, so both coaches allowed to play the bench players saving starting five for next games. Ravens have an impressive series of eleven victories in a row. They keep a position of league leader. Rams at the other side dropped to the second place with one game lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Ryerson: J.Gauthier 15+5reb+2ast, A.Best 15+5reb+1ast, B.Michaelsen 14+4reb, J.Jones 12+1reb+2ast, J.Ogunnaike-Grannum 4+4reb+1ast, J.Wheatle 3
Carleton: T.Hinz 24+4reb+2ast, P.Scrubb 21+4reb+5ast, T.Scrubb 19+7reb+6ast, D.Penner 12+5reb, K.Blain 6+7reb+1ast, K.Churchill 4+3reb
gschID: 190536


Lakehead - Brock 67-70

There was a small surprise in Thunder Bay, ON where fourth ranked Badgers (4-7) edged much higher ranked Thunderwolves (6-5) 70-67 on Saturday. Thunderwolves cut a 15-point halftime deficit to three at the end of the game. They outrebounded Thunderwolves 44-30 including 30 on the defensive glass. It was a great evening for American guard Jameson Tipping (201, college: W.Kentucky) who led his team to a victory with a double-double by scoring 17 points and 13 rebounds. Forward Brian Nahimana (208) helped adding 15 points and 10 rebounds. At the losing side naturalized Egyptian forward Yoosrie Salhia (198-87) responded with a double-double by scoring 10 points and 10 rebounds and center Ryan Thomson (201-90) scored 16 points. Both coaches used bench players in such tough game. Badgers maintains fourth place with 4-7 record, which they share with 3 other teams. Loser Thunderwolves keep the second position with five games lost. Badgers will face Gryphons (#5) in Guelph, ON in the next round.
Top scorers:
Lakehead: R.Thomson 16+4reb+1ast, J.Jones 14+3reb, Y.Salhia 10+10reb+1ast, B.Johnson 8+5reb+2ast, G.Carter 7+3reb+3ast, D.Harvey 7+2reb
Brock: J.Tipping 17+13reb+2ast, B.Nahimana 15+10reb, M.Gibson 12+2reb, M.Luby 7+8reb, C.Smith 5+2reb+1ast, I.Egueh 5+2reb+2ast
gschID: 190535


McGill - Laval 72-64

The game between closely ranked teams ended with 4th placed Rouge et Or's (2-6) road loss to third ranked Redmen (4-2) 64-72 on Saturday. The hosts trailed by 6 points at the halftime before their 45-31 charge in the second half, which allowed them to win the game. It was a great evening for American guard Adrian Hynes-Guery (190, college: Amer.Internat.) who led his team to a victory scoring 17 points and 5 assists. Serbian forward Aleksandar Mitrovic (198) helped adding 12 points and 7 rebounds. Four Redmen players scored in double figures. At the losing side Thibaud Dezutter responded with 20 points and 7 rebounds and Karl Demers-Belanger scored 8 points and 5 assists. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Redmen moved-up to second place. Rouge et Or lost their third game in a row. They dropped to the fifth position with six games lost. Redmen will face higher ranked Gaiters in Lennoxville, QC in the next round. Rouge et Or will play on the road against Citadines (#4) in Montreal, QC and it may be a tough game between close rivals.
Top scorers:
Laval: T.Dezutter 20+7reb, A.Beaumier 12+1reb, R.Mathieu 8+2reb, K.Demers-Belanger 8+4reb+5ast, H.Ryan 6+5reb, B.Hadzimuratovic 4+5reb
McGill: A.Hynes-Guery 17+2reb+5ast, S.Bibeau 14+2reb+1ast, R.Imperador 13+4reb, A.Mitrovic 12+7reb+1ast, T.Riley 4+3reb, V.Dufort 4+11reb+3ast
gschID: 190533


Toronto Univ. - Ottawa 75-92

Rather predictable result in Toronto, ON where third ranked Gee-Gees (10-2) defeated 7th ranked Blues (2-9) 92-75 on Saturday. Gee-Gees dominated down low during the game scoring 54 of its points in the paint compared to Blues' 34. Gee-Gees had a 23-10 advantage in offensive rebounds. It was a great shooting night for Gee-Gees especially from behind the arc, where they had solid 52.4 percentage. It was a great evening for forward Gabriel Gonthier-Dubue (198) who led his team to a victory scoring 23 points (on 11-of-12 shooting from the field). The former international guard Warren Ward (196-89) helped adding 14 points and 10 rebounds. Five Gee-Gees players scored in double figures. At the losing side guard Arun Kumar (183) responded with 27 points and forward Ben Garvin (190) scored 17 points. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. Gee-Gees keep a position of league leader, which they share with Alberta. Blues lost their seventh game in a row. They keep the seventh place with nine games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
Toronto Univ.: A.Kumar 27+3reb+1ast, B.Garvin 17+4reb+1ast, A.Hill 15+2reb+2ast, D.Laurin 6+4reb, N.Irvine 4+5reb, M.Savel 3+2reb+5ast
Ottawa: G.Gonthier-Dubue 23+3reb+1ast, J.Berhanemeskel 19+4reb+1ast, W.Ward 14+10reb+3ast, M.Ismail 10+2reb, M.Tihani 10+2reb+4ast, V.Gill 6+2reb+1ast
gschID: 190534


UPEI - St.Mary's 92-72

Not a big story in a game in Charlottetown, PEI where 7th ranked Huskies (2-7) were rolled over by third ranked Panthers (7-2) 92-72 on Saturday. The game was mostly controlled by Panthers. Huskies was better in fourth quarter 22-21. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. They made 16-of-21 free shots (76.2 percent) during the game. It was a great evening for Deontay Smith who led his team to a victory with a double-double by scoring 23 points and 13 rebounds. Brian Ofori helped adding 15 points and 8 rebounds. At the losing side Nigerian guard Harry Ezenibe (190-87) responded with a double-double by scoring 10 points and 18 rebounds and Brian Rouse scored 13 points. Both teams had four players each who scored in double figures. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. The victory was the fourth consecutive win for Panthers. They maintain third place with 7-2 record having seven points less than leader Bishop's. Huskies lost their seventh game in a row. They keep the seventh position with seven games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
St.Mary's: R.Halpin 15+5reb, B.Rouse 13+4reb+3ast, O.Odol 10+6reb+2ast, J.McAvoy 10+1reb, H.Ezenibe 10+18reb+2ast, K.Thomas 8+6reb+1ast
UPEI: D.Smith 23+13reb+2ast, B.Ofori 15+8reb+1ast, G.Doane 13+7reb+3ast, M.Downey 12+2reb+1ast, T.Brown 8+7reb+2ast, J.Kendrick 8+5ast
gschID: 190531


New Brunsw. - St.Francis X. 75-91

The game between closely ranked teams ended with fourth ranked X-Men's (5-5) road victory over 5th ranked Varsity Reds (3-6) 91-75 on Saturday. The game without a history. X-Men led from the first minutes and controlled entire game increasing their lead in each quarter. They made 20-of-26 free shots (76.9 percent) during the game. X-Men forced 19 Varsity Reds turnovers and outrebounded them 36-25 including 27 on the defensive glass. It was a great evening for forward Jeremy Dunn (196) who led his team to a victory with a double-double by scoring 18 points, 11 rebounds and 5 assists (made all of his eight free throws). Guard Will Donkoh (185) helped adding 11 points and 6 assists. At the losing side guard William Mc Fee (190) responded with 18 points and Matthew Daley (175) scored 10 points and 7 assists. Five X-Men and four Varsity Reds players scored in double figures. Both coaches used bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. X-Men maintains fourth place with 5-5 record. Varsity Reds lost their third game in a row. They keep the fifth position with six games lost. Both teams do not play next round, which will be an opportunity for some rest.
Top scorers:
New Brunsw.: W.Mc Fee 18+3reb+1ast, D.Quirion 13+1reb+1ast, M.Fazzolari 11+3reb+1ast, M.Daley 10+2reb+7ast, N.Clarke 6+3reb+1ast, J.Irvine 6+2reb+2ast
St.Francis X.: J.Dunn 18+11reb+5ast, R.Madera 16+2reb, J.Clarke 15+3reb+1ast, T.Vernon 14+2reb+4ast, W.Donkoh 11+4reb+6ast, S.Coupland 10+9reb
gschID: 190530


Concordia - UQAM 69-71

There was a minor upset in Montreal, QC where much higher ranked Stingers (4-3) were edged by fifth ranked Citadines (2-5) 71-69 on Saturday. The guests were tied at the half but managed to speed up in last two quarters eventually winning the game. Citadines made 16-of-18 free shots (88.9 percent) during the game. It was a great evening for forward Alexandre Bernard (196) who led his team to a victory scoring 21 points and 7 rebounds. Forward Philippe Tamba helped adding 16 points and 9 rebounds. At the losing side American guard Adam Chmielewski (182, college: St.Francis, NY) responded with 14 points and 9 assists (made all of his eight free throws) and guard Jerome Blake (180) scored 13 points and 7 rebounds. Citadines moved-up to fourth place. Loser Stingers dropped to the third position with three games lost. Citadines will face Rouge et Or (#5) in Quebec City, QC in the next round.
Top scorers:
Concordia: J.Moussignac 18+2reb+1ast, A.Chmielewski 14+1reb+9ast, J.Blake 13+7reb+3ast, Z.Brisebois 8+9reb, E.Gill 6+1reb+1ast, K.Eyitayo 6+6reb
UQAM: A.Bernard 21+7reb+2ast, P.Tamba 16+9reb+3ast, R.Kwaku Addai 16+7reb+5ast, V.Lanctot-Fortier 8+4reb+2ast, N.Audet 8+3reb, M.Bazile 2+4reb+1ast
gschID: 190529


McMaster - Western 86-62

No shocking result in a game in Hamilton, ON where third ranked Marauders (6-5) outleveled 8th ranked Mustangs (1-10) 86-62 on Saturday. The game was mostly controlled by Marauders. Mustangs was better in second period 14-12. But it was not enough to take a lead and get a victory that evening. Marauders dominated down low during the game scoring 58 of its points in the paint compared to Mustangs' 36. They outrebounded Mustangs 48-22 including a 35-13 advantage in defensive rebounds. It was a great evening for guard Joe Rocca (193) who led his team to a victory scoring 19 points and 6 rebounds. Guard Rohan Boney (193) helped adding 14 points, 7 rebounds and 5 assists. Four Marauders players scored in double figures. At the losing side forward Peter Scholtes (196) responded with 15 points and guard Quinn Henderson (193) scored 11 points. Since the result was very predictable, it gave the chance for the coaches to test many bench players which allowed the starters a little rest for the next games. The victory was the fourth consecutive win for Marauders. They moved-up to second place, which they share with Lakehead. Mustangs lost their sixth game in a row. They dropped to the seventh position with ten games lost. Marauders will face league's leader Lancers in Windsor, ON in the next round and it will be for sure the game of the week.
Top scorers:
Western: P.Scholtes 15+2reb, Q.Henderson 11+3reb+1ast, E.Dooley 7+4reb+1ast, C.Drouin 7+2reb+3ast, J.Bernard 7+2ast, R.Higgins 5+5reb
McMaster: J.Rocca 19+6reb+2ast, N.Pelech 16+9reb+1ast, R.Boney 14+7reb+5ast, T.Black 13+4reb+3ast, A.Redpath 6+6reb+4ast, S.Laws 5+7reb+1ast
gschID: 190528


Laurier - Guelph 88-94

Everything could happen in Waterloo, ON at the game between two tied teams. Both fifth ranked Gryphons and 6th ranked Golden Hawks had identical 3-7 record. But Golden Hawks were not able to use a home court advantage and were defeated by the opponent from Guelph, ON 94-88 on Saturday night. Golden Hawks trailed by 13 points after 3 quarters before a 25-18 run in the last quarter cut the deficit to 88-94 at the end of the game. It was a great evening for forward Daniel McCarthy (190) who led his team to a victory scoring 27 points, 6 rebounds and 6 assists. Guard Zachary Angus (185) helped adding 26 points and 5 rebounds. At the losing side guard Maxwell Allin (193) responded with 43 points (!!!) and 8 rebounds and guard William Coulthard (188) scored 14 points and 7 assists. Four Golden Hawks players scored in double figures. Gryphons (4-7) moved-up to fourth place, which they share with 3 other teams. Loser Golden Hawks keep the sixth position with eight games lost. Gryphons will face Badgers (#4) in St.Catharines, ON in the next round. Golden Hawks' supporters look forward to an exciting derby game next round, where their team will travel locally in Waterloo, ON to the arena Warriors.
Top scorers:
Laurier: M.Allin 43+8reb+2ast, J.Forde 15+6reb+2ast, W.Coulthard 14+3reb+7ast, P.Donnelly 12+4reb+1ast, M.Chesson 4+5reb+1ast, A.Obano 0+1reb+1ast
Guelph: D.McCarthy 27+6reb+6ast, Z.Angus 26+5reb, C.Amponsah 15+4reb+1ast, M.Clark 8+3reb, A.Kemp 8+7reb+2ast, T.Thompson 5+4reb
gschID: 190527


  




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