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 1 Cape Breton 18-2 
 2 UPEI 17-3 
 3 Acadia 13-7 
 4 UNB 12-8 
 5 Memorial 9-11 
 6 Dalhousie 8-12 
 7 St.Marys 3-17 
 8 St.Francis X. 0-20 
Canada West
 1 Regina 17-3 
 2 Calgary 17-3 
 3 Saskatchewan 16-4 
 4 Alberta 15-5 
 5 UBC 14-6 
 6 Lethbridge 12-8 
 7 Victoria 12-8 
 8 TWU 12-8 
 9 UNBC 11-9 
 10 UFV 10-10 
 11 Winnipeg 8-12 
 12 Manitoba 8-12 
 13 MacEwan 6-14 
 14 Brandon 5-15 
 15 TRU 4-16 
 16 Mount Royal 2-18 
 17 UBC Okanagan 1-19 
OUA East
 1 Ottawa 21-2 
 2 Carleton 18-5 
 3 Ryerson 17-6 
 4 Queens 15-8 
 5 York 10-13 
 6 Laurentian 7-16 
 7 Toronto 6-17 
 8 Nipissing 3-20 
OUA West
 1 McMaster 21-3 
 2 Lakehead 20-4 
 3 Windsor 17-7 
 4 Brock 11-13 
 5 Laurier 9-15 
 6 Guelph 9-15 
 7 Waterloo 6-18 
 8 Western 5-19 
 9 Algoma 5-19 
RSEQ
 1 Laval 15-1 
 2 Concordia 10-6 
 3 McGill 10-6 
 4 UQAM 3-13 
 5 Bishops 2-14 
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Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Hannah BROWN
  Cape Breton
  (185-F-)
  Avg: 26.2
 1. Brown, Cape Breton26.2 
 2. McDonald, Acadia24.0 
 3. Hezekiah, Winnipeg23.6 
 4. Stewart, Memorial21.0 
 5. Grant, Lakehead20.6 
 6. Mongomo, UNBC20.1 
 7. Leclerc, Concordia19.1 
 8. Giannattasio, Victo.18.9 
 9. Claggett, UFV18.7 
 10. Filewich, UBC18.6 
Rebounds Per Game
 Vasiliki LOUKA
  UNBC
  (193-F-96)
  Avg: 13
 1. Louka, UNBC13.0 
 2. Santo, UPEI12.6 
 3. Grant, Lakehead12.3 
 4. Brown, Cape Breton12.2 
 5. Diarra, McGill11.4 
 6. Berrouette, Bisho.11.1 
 7. Filewich, UBC10.7 
 8. Penn, UBC10.3 
 9. Korol, UBC Okanagan10.3 
 10. Hezekiah, Winnipeg10.1 
Assists Per Game
 Brooklynn MCALEAR-FANUS
  Ottawa
  (168-PG-)
  Avg: 5.4
 1. McAlear-F., Ottawa5.4 
 2. Botteselle, UBC O.4.7 
 3. Fomina, Lethbridge4.5 
 4. Hanson, UBC4.5 
 5. Blachier, UQAM4.5 
 6. Leclerc, Concordia4.4 
 7. Tatti, Brock4.4 
 8. Robertson, Ryerson4.3 
 9. McMillan, Victoria4.2 
 10. Emond, Laval4.1 
Steals Per Game
 Melissa TATTI
  Brock
  (163-G-)
  Avg: 4.1
 1. Tatti, Brock4.1 
 2. Minaker, Guelph3.0 
 3. Tinnes, Laurentian2.9 
 4. Buttenham, McMas.2.7 
 5. Hezekiah, Winnipeg2.6 
 6. Grant, Lakehead2.5 
 7. Leclerc, Concordia2.5 
 8. Overeem, Waterloo2.5 
 9. Stewart, Memorial2.5 
 10. Giles, Regina2.4 
Blocks Per Game
 Carolina DEL SANTO
  UPEI
  (185-C-)
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Santo, UPEI2.4 
 2. McCusker, Regina2.3 
 3. Caron-G., Laval2.2 
 4. Harvey, Manitoba2.0 
 5. Ribarich, Ottawa1.7 
 6. Wright, Memorial1.6 
 7. Osamusali, Windsor1.6 
 8. Siwek-Smith, Laurier1.5 
 9. Lavergne, Queen's1.4 
 10. Diarra, McGill1.4 
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Lethbridge Kodiaks cap off perfect season - Mar 19, 2017


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Todd Warnick
A perfect regular season in the ACAC Southern Division was followed Saturday by an almost-perfect performance as the Lethbridge Kodiaks defeated Montreal's Dawson Blues 81-57 to capture the 2017 CCAA women's basketball championship, hosted by NAIT. In only one way does the result stand as a surprise: CCAA voters somehow dropped Lethbridge to third place in seedings, behind the Humber Hawks, who won the bronze medal by conquering the weary NAIT Ooks 72-48, and the Montmorency Nomades, who bowed out in semifinals. "To have these girls (Lethbridge) finish first and us in fourth place sends a positive message about the ACAC," said Ooks head coach Todd Warnick . "We have no excuses. We were as good as we could be in the first round and faced better teams (Dawson and Humber) in our two losses." Said NAIT athletic director Linda Henderson: "This event was a big success for us. There were great crowds for every game and good competition in almost all of them." Revenge was obviously a big element for the Hawks as they prepared to meet the Ooks in the bronze medal final. And they got what they came for. As reigning champions, they came to Edmonton as the top-seeded team and an unbeaten one but the Ooks served up a stunning 55-52 upset on Thursday, dropping Humber out of title competition. When the opportunity to repay came about, Humber was more than ready. Led by 23-year-old guard Cassandra Nofuente (175-PG), repeat winner of CCAA player-of-the-year honours, the Toronto-based powerhouse turned on the jets for a 72-48 conquest. Cassandra Nofuente totaled 31 points, including five three-pointers and a perfect 8-for-8 sequence at the foul line. Like her teammates, she was sharpest in the first quarter, when an uninterrupted 14-point eruption put the ultimate result beyond question. Even so, she was disappointed with the tail end of her terrific season. "You only do what you can do," she said. "We didn't do enough in the other game." The only other Hawks in double figures offensively were Aleena Domingo, with 14 points, and Jill Semple, with 12, but plenty of others made key contributions. Chioma Oriuwa paced her team with 10 boards, a majlor element in the rout, because the Ooks were outrebounded 52-33. Again, NAIT's long-range shooters came up short, hitting only three of 17 attempts from three-point range. Humber also had a big edge in penalty points. Playing their last game as collegians, five-year veterans Shea-Lynn Noyes and Torie Hill were the best of the Ooks. Noyes colleced 15 points. Hill was thoroughly frustrated by Oriuwa and Amber Bedchard but sprung loose for 10 points and led both teams in rebounds with 11. To reach the bronze final, NAIT needed a last-gasp rebound conversion by Jordan Enns to escape with a 62-60 victory over the Douglas Royals. Thoroughly worn after the narrow victory, she missed all eight of her field goal attempts against Humber. There was plenty of company in her frustration: the Ooks scored only 17 points in the first half.
Courtesy of: edmontonsun.com   




Karlie
Samuelson
Canadian women's basketball team loses to Great Britain in exhibition game - 4 days ago
The Canadian women's basketball team completed a European tour with an 0-4 record after a 67-53 loss to Great Britain in an exhibition game on Wednesday. Ruth Hamblin (198-C-94, college: Oregon St., agency: LBM Management) of Houston, B.C., led Canada with 13 points, while Kayla Alexander (193-C-91, college: Syracuse, agency: LBM Management) had 12 points and nine rebounds. Karlie Samuelson (183-G/F-95, college: Stanford) and Johannah Leedham-Warner (180-SF-87, college: Franklin Pierce) h...   [read more]
Canadian National Team 2019 - 5 days ago
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Kayla Alexander
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Canadian U16 National Team 2019 - 7 days ago
Starting five
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Rosalie Mercille
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