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AUS
 1. Dalhousie 16-4 
 2. UNB 16-4 
 3. St.Marys 15-5 
 4. Acadia 15-5 
 5. St.Francis X. 9-11 
 6. Memorial 5-15 
 7. UPEI 3-17 
 8. Cape Breton 2-18 
Canada West
 1. Alberta 19-1 
 2. UBC 17-3 
 3. Calgary 16-4 
 4. Manitoba 12-8 
 5. Lethbridge 12-8 
 6. TRU 11-9 
 7. Regina 11-9 
 8. Saskatchewan 10-10 
 9. Victoria 10-10 
 10. UNBC 10-10 
 11. Brandon 9-11 
 12. Winnipeg 9-11 
 13. Mount Royal 8-12 
 14. MacEwan 5-15 
 15. UFV 5-15 
 16. TWU 3-17 
 17. UBC Okanagan 2-18 
OUA East
 1. Carleton 23-0 
 2. Ottawa 17-6 
 3. Ryerson 17-6 
 4. Laurentian 16-7 
 5. Toronto 13-10 
 6. Queens 11-12 
 7. Nipissing 8-15 
 8. York 2-21 
OUA West
 1. Brock 21-3 
 2. Western 15-9 
 3. Windsor 13-11 
 4. Laurier 12-12 
 5. McMaster 10-14 
 6. Waterloo 8-16 
 7. Guelph 6-18 
 8. Algoma 6-18 
 9. Lakehead 2-24 
RSEQ
 1. McGill 14-2 
 2. Concordia 11-5 
 3. Laval 8-8 
 4. Bishops 5-11 
 5. UQAM 2-14 
Last:5/27/2018
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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 
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 
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 
Last:5/27/2018

Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Kadre GRAY
  Laurentian
  (185-G-)
  Avg: 23.9
 1. Gray, Laurentian23.9 
 2. Masters, UNB23.7 
 3. Alleyne, Manitoba23.6 
 4. Morgan, UBC23.0 
 5. Hodzic, Waterloo23.0 
 6. Moore, Saskatch.22.7 
 7. Diressa, Ryerson22.3 
 8. Kamane, Bishop's21.4 
 9. Ross, Mount Royal20.9 
 10. Diawara, Calgary20.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Nedim HODZIC
  Waterloo
  (196-F-)
  Avg: 12.5
 1. Hodzic, Waterloo12.5 
 2. Morgan, UBC10.7 
 3. Barker, Saskatch.10.3 
 4. Nissen, Acadia10.2 
 5. Graham, Queen's10.1 
 6. Bercy, St.Franc.9.6 
 7. Demosthene, Laval9.6 
 8. Elgadi, Brock9.2 
 9. Barrie, St.Mary's9.0 
 10. Riley, Algoma9.0 
Assists Per Game
 Kadre GRAY
  Laurentian
  (185-G-)
  Avg: 6.8
 1. Gray, Laurentian6.8 
 2. Browne, Manitoba6.7 
 3. Miller, Acadia6.0 
 4. Monfort-P., MacEw.5.9 
 5. Bains, Queen's5.5 
 6. Farkic, Western5.4 
 7. Masters, UNB5.3 
 8. Rocca, Windsor5.1 
 9. Peterson, Lethb.4.9 
 10. Cooper, Brandon4.9 
Steals Per Game
 Lawrence MOORE
  Saskatch.
  (188-G-)
  Avg: 3.3
 1. Moore, Saskatch.3.3 
 2. Burdeaux, Lethb.3.2 
 3. Kapinga, Calgary2.8 
 4. Jenkins, Western2.7 
 5. Demosthene, Laval2.5 
 6. Farkic, Western2.4 
 7. Miller, Acadia2.4 
 8. Ogundokun, McGill2.3 
 9. Diawara, Calgary2.2 
 10. Ross, Mount Royal2.2 
Blocks Per Game
 Tanner GRAHAM
  Queen's
  (201-F-)
  Avg: 3.2
 1. Graham, Queen's3.2 
 2. Nissen, Acadia2.7 
 3. Gum, Algoma2.4 
 4. Sandhu, UFV2.3 
 5. Shoveller, Queen's2.0 
 6. Morgan, UBC1.8 
 7. Ofori, Regina1.8 
 8. Paul, Brandon1.7 
 9. Elgadi, Brock1.6 
 10. Clarke, Alberta1.3 
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Ravens gain redemption, beat Ryerson 78-69 for seventh straight title - Mar 12, 2017


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Ryan Ejim
The Carleton Ravens made it seven in a row Sunday afternoon in Halifax, defeating the Ryerson Rams 78-69 to claim the gold medal at the 2017 ArcelorMittal Dofasco U SPORTS Men's Final 8. The win served as redemption for Carleton, who lost to the Rams a few weeks earlier in the OUA Championship game. The Ravens never trailed in the contest, utilizing their signature defensive style and aggressive play on the glass to claim the win. Forward Ryan Ejim (201-F) led the Ravens with 19 points and nine rebounds, while Carleton Player of the Game Kaza Kajami-Keane had a double-double (15 points, 11 rebounds). Ryerson guard Adika Peter-McNeilly (190-G-93) led all scorers with 23 points in the loss. Head coach Dave Smart noted post play as a key factor - a different wrinkle in the Ravens' traditional offensive look. 'We got what we wanted down low, and then we got a couple open threes when they started digging,' said Smart post-game. 'The fact that we had never really gone through the post all year, I don't think they really had a plan once we started scoring down there.' In rather uncharacteristic fashion, the Ravens turned the ball over five times in the first quarter, but Ryerson was unable to capitalize, shooting just 27.8 per cent from the field. All 13 of the Rams' points in the opening 10 minutes came from a combination of Peter-McNeilly and Roshane Roberts (183-G). The Ravens countered with strong inside play from Ejim and Kajami-Keane and entered the second quarter up 19-13. There were very few second-chance opportunities yet again in the second quarter, as both teams played strong on the defensive glass. Peter-McNeilly and Kajami-Keane went back-and-forth yet again, however it was the Ravens deep bench that flexed their muscles, contributing 11 points as Carleton led 39-28 at halftime. The Ravens would go on a 15-5 run in the opening five minutes of the third quarter, and led by as much as 24. Ejim continued to battle inside, and guard Emmanuel Owootoah (180-PG, college: Fresno St.) went 2-for-2 from the perimeter during that stretch. Ryerson would battle back however, cutting the Ravens lead to as little as nine on the backs of guards Myles Charvis (183-G-94) and Ammanuel Diressa (196-G-93, college: Tenn Tech), who had a combined 12 points in the quarter - including one trey apiece. The Rams picked up their defence in the fourth quarter, narrowing the score to 72-66 with under a minute and a half left. Forward Adam Voll was instrumental in the surge, working hard on the glass and adding six points. Carleton would get a few key turnovers down the stretch however, icing the game at the line. 'I just don't think we were as good offensively as we were last week,' Rams head coach Roy Rana said post-game. 'We made a run in the fourth to make it a game, and we just didn't execute when we had our opportunities and they came back and made some big plays and that was the difference in the game.'

Courtesy of: usports.ca   




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