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CIS Standings
AUS
 1. UNB 10-1 
 2. Acadia 8-2 
 3. Dalhousie 8-2 
 4. St.Mary's 6-4 
 5. Memorial 5-8 
 6. St.Francis X. 4-6 
 7. Cape Breton 2-10 
 8. UPEI 0-10 
Canada West
 1. Alberta 13-1 
 2. Calgary 11-3 
 3. UBC 11-3 
 4. Lethbridge 11-5 
 5. Manitoba 10-6 
 6. TRU 9-7 
 7. Regina 8-6 
 8. Victoria 8-6 
 9. Brandon 7-7 
 10. Mount Royal 7-7 
 11. UNBC 7-9 
 12. Saskatchewan 5-9 
 13. Winnipeg 5-9 
 14. UFV 5-11 
 15. MacEwan 4-10 
 16. UBC Okanagan 2-12 
 17. TWU 1-13 
OUA Central
 1. Brock 12-2 
 2. Guelph 3-11 
 3. McMaster 2-12 
 4. Lakehead 1-13 
OUA East
 1. Queen's 9-5 
 2. Ryerson 9-5 
 3. Toronto 7-7 
 4. York 2-12 
OUA North
 1. Carleton 14-0 
 2. Laurentian 12-1 
 3. Ottawa 11-3 
 4. Nipissing 6-7 
OUA West
 1. Western 8-6 
 2. Waterloo 6-8 
 3. Laurier 6-8 
 4. Windsor 6-8 
 5. Algoma 4-10 
RSEQ
 1. McGill 7-1 
 2. Laval 4-1 
 3. Concordia 3-3 
 4. Bishop's 2-5 
 5. UQAM 1-7 
Full Standings
Last:1/15/2018
CCAA Standings
ACAA-AASC
 1. Crandall 6-1 
 2. Holland 6-1 
 3. Mount Allison 6-1 
 4. Mt.St.Vincent 5-3 
 5. St.Thomas 2-4 
 6. UNB Saint John 2-4 
 7. Kings Univ. 1-6 
 8. Dalhousie 0-8 
ACAC North
 1. Lakeland 9-3 
 2. Concordia 8-4 
 3. NAIT 8-4 
 4. Grande Prairie 7-5 
 5. Kings Coll. 6-6 
 6. UofA-Augustana 3-9 
 7. Keyano 1-11 
ACAC South
 1. SAIT 7-0 
 2. Medicine Hat 6-2 
 3. Lethbridge 4-3 
 4. Olds 4-3 
 5. Ambrose 4-4 
 6. Red Deer 3-4 
 7. St.Marys 1-6 
 8. Briercrest 0-7 
OCAA East
 1. Seneca 10-0 
 2. George Brown 9-1 
 3. Centennial 7-3 
 4. Durham 7-3 
 5. Georgian 6-4 
 6. Loyalist 4-6 
 7. St.Lawrence 4-6 
 8. Algonquin 3-7 
 9. Canadore 3-7 
 10. Fleming 2-8 
 11. La Cite 0-10 
OCAA West
 1. Redeemer 8-1 
 2. Sheridan 8-1 
 3. Humber 8-3 
 4. Niagara 7-3 
 5. Lambton 6-4 
 6. Fanshawe 6-5 
 7. Mohawk 6-5 
 8. St.Clair 3-6 
 9. Conestoga 3-8 
 10. U of T Miss 0-9 
 11. Sault 0-10 
PacWest
 1. VIU 6-0 
 2. Douglas 4-2 
 3. Langara 4-2 
 4. Capilano 3-3 
 5. Camosun 2-4 
 6. Quest 2-4 
 7. CBC 0-6 
RSEQ
 1. Jean-de-Brebeuf 7-1 
 2. Vanier 7-1 
 3. Montmorency 6-2 
 4. Dawson 5-3 
 5. Ch.-St-Lambert 4-4 
 6. Edouard-Montpetit 3-5 
 7. John Abbott 3-5 
 8. Sainte-Foy 1-7 
Last:1/8/2018
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Javon MASTERS
  UNB
  (183-G-)
  Avg: 29.4
 1. Masters, UNB29.4 
 2. Gray, Laurentian25.1 
 3. Alleyne, Manitoba24.5 
 4. Morgan, UBC24.1 
 5. Hodzic, Waterloo23.8 
 6. Diawara, Calgary23.5 
 7. Burdeaux, Lethb.22.8 
 8. Seward, McMaster22.6 
 9. Campbell, Cape B.21.9 
 10. Moore, Saskatch.21.2 
Rebounds Per Game
 Nedim HODZIC
  Waterloo
  (196-F-)
  Avg: 11.8
 1. Hodzic, Waterloo11.8 
 2. Nissen, Acadia10.9 
 3. Morgan, UBC10.7 
 4. Barker, Saskatch.10.3 
 5. Stammberger, Dalho.9.4 
 6. Graham, Queen's9.2 
 7. Bercy, St.Franc.9.1 
 8. Rouault, TRU9.0 
 9. Elgadi, Brock8.9 
 10. Barrie, St.Mary's8.9 
Assists Per Game
 Rashawn BROWNE
  Manitoba
  (185-G-)
  Avg: 7.3
 1. Browne, Manitoba7.3 
 2. Gray, Laurentian6.3 
 3. Bains, Queen's5.9 
 4. Aquino-S., Dalhousie5.7 
 5. Miller, Acadia5.6 
 6. Masters, UNB5.3 
 7. Monfort-P., MacEw.5.2 
 8. Peterson, Lethb.5.0 
 9. Moore, Saskatch.4.9 
 10. Toor, UFV4.8 
Steals Per Game
 Lawrence MOORE
  Saskatch.
  (188-G-)
  Avg: 3.7
 1. Moore, Saskatch.3.7 
 2. Burdeaux, Lethb.3.3 
 3. Kapinga, Calgary3.0 
 4. Riley, Algoma2.7 
 5. Farkic, Western2.6 
 6. Ross, Mount Royal2.6 
 7. Jenkins, Western2.5 
 8. Hardy, Waterloo2.4 
 9. Peterson, Lethb.2.4 
 10. Diawara, Calgary2.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Erik NISSEN
  Acadia
  (206-F-95)
  Avg: 3.7
 1. Nissen, Acadia3.7 
 2. Graham, Queen's2.6 
 3. Gum, Algoma2.4 
 4. Shoveller, Queen's2.2 
 5. Morgan, UBC2.1 
 6. Sandhu, UFV2.0 
 7. Ofori, Regina1.9 
 8. Mims, Brock1.8 
 9. Abdoulaye, Ryerson1.6 
 10. Paul, Brandon1.6 
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Ryerson 89% Jan.17 York
First-half fire fuels Bears to Final Four - Mar 1, 2017


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Austin
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With almost 70 points in the first half alone, the University of Alberta Golden Bears decisively clinched their spot in the Canada West Final Four by defeating the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns 107-84 to take game three in a best-of-three quarter-final series, Saturday night at Saville Community Sports Centre. Fourth-year guard Geoff Pippus (196-G) led all players with 26 points and six three-pointers while third-year guard Austin Waddoups (188-PG, college: Salt Lake CC) added 21 points and five treys of his own. Four more Bears recorded 10 or more points in the victory, but only fourth-year forward Mamadou Gueye earned a double-double, netting as many rebounds as he did points with 12. Third-year forward Elliott Sentance had 21 points and eight boards for the Pronghorns, and fourth-year forward Dejon Burdeaux (183-PG, college: Fresno City JC) added 15 points, with most of them coming from the charity stripe as he drained all nine attempts. Along with Sentance, third-year forward Mike Pierzchala hit four treys and notched a double-digit point total with a dozen on the night. Three straight long balls by Pierzchala for the visitors had Lethbridge with a small early lead two minutes into the opening quarter, but an explosive 15-2 run by Alberta more than erased the deficit, with the Golden Bears rolling on for the rest of the frame. With six treys on 10 shots beyond the arc and shooting at 64% in the field, Alberta showed no signs of stopping, already picking up a 12-point lead to end the quarter. The Bears followed with eight consecutive points to open the second, adding eight more three-balls in the stanza. Foul trouble by the Pronghorns added to the Alberta lead. Lethbridge also came into the game with a chance to advance to the Final Four. The offence did whatever it could to stay in the game, with 46 points after two quarters being far from a struggling offence, but they simply could not match Alberta's shooting. The Bears also earned 12 points in the second quarter and 19 in the first half off of second chances. Yet the Pronghorns knew they still had a chance in this game, coming back from a 14-point deficit on Friday to force a third game, but they would need to work even harder to overcome 23. Unfortunately, Lethbridge's shooting went ice cold to start the third quarter, missing eight straight shots before senior guard William Hickey hit his first trey halfway through the quarter. The Golden, B.C. native put up four in last night's comeback win. Success at the charity stripe kept the score from getting out of hand. Lethbridge netted all 11 free throw attempts for half of their points, but Alberta kept pace and only had their lead drop to as low as 17. The fourth quarter had more of the same. The Pronghorns could not find the magic on the scoreboard from Friday while Alberta out-rebounded Lethbridge as the Golden Bears bench players contributed 14 points in the final 10 minutes. Pippus put the final nail in the coffin when he sank a trey with 2:13 left to put the Bears past the century mark. Sophomore guard Ivan Ikomey (185-G) added the last five points for Alberta. The Calgary native did not miss any of his six shots in 17 minutes of play, including four from beyond the arc. Alberta now advances to the Canada West Final Four, hosted by the Calgary Dinos next weekend.
Courtesy of: canadawest.org   




Andrew
Rautins
Andrew Rautins selected the top Canadian playing abroad in last week's games - 1 day ago
Traditionally, every week we bring you a list of the top performances of Canadians who are currently playing abroad. This week's number one is former international guard Andrew Rautins (193-86). He led Banvit to a victory over the sixth-ranked AEK in the Basketball Champions League in Wednesday night's game.    [read more]

Nazareth
Mitrou-Long
Utah Jazz cut Mitrou-Long - 3 days ago
Utah Jazz (NBA) cut 25-year old Canadian-Greek guard Nazareth Mitrou-Long (193-94kg-93, college: Iowa State). In only one NBA game he had 3 points this season. Mitrou-Long also played for another team Salt Lake City Stars where in 22 NBA G-League games he averaged impressive 15.3ppg, 5.9rpg, 3.9apg and 1.1spg. He has never been drafted by the NBA. Among other achievements Mitrou-Long's college team won Big 12 Tournament in 2014, 2015 and 2017. He received also All-Big 12 2nd Team award in...   [read more]

Tyrell Green
Musel Pikes add Green to their roster - 5 days ago
BC Musel Pikes (Total League) added to their roster 23-year old Canadian power forward Tyrell Green (201-95, college: UNLV). He played at Norrkoping Dolphins in Swedish Basketligan. In 11 games he recorded 10.9ppg and 3.5rpg this season. Good year as he was named League Player of the Week. Green just graduated from University of Nevada - Las Vegas and it is his first season as a pro. The list of the past achievements is quite long as among others he played in the final of NJCAA D1 in 2015.    [read more]


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