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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 
Full Standings

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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Ravens come back to down Rams on the road - Jan 8, 2019


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Cara Tiemens
The Carleton Ravens started off 2019 with a statement 78-70 victory over the Ryerson Rams in Toronto on Saturday. The Ravens wasted no time getting going in this one, as guard Madison Reid (178-G) hit a three ball off the bat to open the scoring. The Carleton Place native drained another deep ball shortly after, but then had to watch as the Rams went on a 6-0 run led by standout forward Jama Bin-Edward to go up by six. Still down by the same score halfway through the quarter, the Ravens fought back to within one through an and one conversion by Cythina Dupont, before Carleton grabbed the lead on a three from fifth year guard Nicole Gilmore (178-G). Bin-Edward grabbed a late basket to tie things at 20 after ten minutes. Carleton came flying out of the intermission and in the opening four minutes of the 2nd quarter opened up a 10 point lead. The lead stretched to as high as 11 off a Dupont three ball, and it looked for a while as though the Ravens might run away on their fellow OUA powerhouse. The home side showed why they came into this game with a 9-1 record however, closing the half on an 8-2 run to get back in the game. Holding a 35-30 lead going into the 3rd quarter, the Ravens saw this lead disappear in the opening minute as Ryerson followed up a Cara Tiemens (178-G) three pointer with an and one conversion from Bronwyn Williams. Carleton managed just 12 points in the quarter, and saw the Rams lead jump to as much as six before settling at 52-47 entering the 4th. Carleton looked to set the tone early in the final frame as Gilmore nailed an early three to trim the lead. The Ravens kept connecting on shots, but struggled to contain Ryerson on the other end as the home side continued to maintain their multiple possession advantage. The momentum finally began to swing however on a massive three point shot by third year guard Jaclyn Ronson to cut the lead to one at 65-64 with under 4 minutes to go. After a stop on the other end, forward Emma Kiesekamp (185-F) powered to the net to make a layup and give Carleton the lead back for the first time since the start of the half. Reid hit two more of her game high 20 points soon after to give her side a three point lead. Of course there was no quit in this Ryerson team, and they managed to pull back within one to put the pressure on Carleton. Needing to step up and close things out in a hostile environment, the Ravens veterans took charge as Dupont sunk a three and Gilmore banked a dagger shot off the backboard and in with 25 seconds left to ice the game. Four Ravens players hit double digit scoring in this game, led by Reid who was 4 of 8 from beyond the arc. Carleton's offense was firing on all cylinders in the final quarter, with their 31 points providing more scoring than their 2nd and 3rd quarters combined. The Ravens are now on a three game win streak, and sit equal with Ryerson at 9-2 in the standings.
Courtesy of: goravens.ca   




Karlie
Samuelson
Canadian women's basketball team loses to Great Britain in exhibition game - 9 hours 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 - 21 hours ago
Starting five
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Samantha Hill
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Miranda Ayim
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Miah-Marie Langlois
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Kayla Alexander
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Canadian U16 National Team 2019 - 3 days ago
Starting five
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Louella Allana
Allana
Rosalie Mercille
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Tara Wallack
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Isaline Alexander
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