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AUS
 1 St.Mary's 10-0 
 2 UNB 7-4 
 3 Dalhousie 7-5 
 4 Cape Breton 6-5 
 5 Acadia 4-6 
 6 St.Francis X. 3-7 
 7 UPEI 3-7 
 8 Memorial 3-8 
Canada West
 1 Calgary 15-1 
 2 UBC 13-1 
 3 UFV 11-5 
 4 Winnipeg 11-5 
 5 Alberta 10-4 
 6 Regina 10-4 
 7 Mount Royal 8-8 
 8 Lethbridge 7-7 
 9 UNBC 7-7 
 10 Saskatchewan 7-7 
 11 TRU 6-8 
 12 Victoria 6-8 
 13 Manitoba 5-9 
 14 UBC Okanagan 5-11 
 15 Brandon 2-12 
 16 MacEwan 1-13 
 17 TWU 0-14 
OUA East
 1 Carleton 14-0 
 2 Ryerson 13-1 
 3 Ottawa 10-4 
 4 Queen's 8-6 
 5 Laurentian 7-8 
 6 Toronto 6-8 
 7 York 5-9 
 8 Nipissing 2-12 
OUA West
 1 Western 10-4 
 2 Brock 10-5 
 3 Laurier 9-5 
 4 McMaster 6-8 
 5 Guelph 6-9 
 6 Algoma 4-9 
 7 Windsor 4-10 
 8 Waterloo 3-11 
 9 Lakehead 2-11 
RSEQ
 1 Concordia 6-1 
 2 McGill 3-2 
 3 Laval 3-4 
 4 Bishop's 3-5 
 5 UQAM 2-5 
Full Standings
Last:1/16/2019
CCAA Standings
ACAA-AASC
 1 Holland 6-0 
 2 MSVU 6-1 
 3 Crandall 5-2 
 4 Mount Allison 4-3 
 5 Kings Univ. 3-4 
 6 UNBSJ 2-4 
 7 Dalhousie 0-5 
 8 St.Thomas 0-7 
ACAC North
 1 Concordia 10-2 
 2 Kings Coll. 7-5 
 3 GPRC 6-4 
 4 NAIT 6-6 
 5 Alb-Augustana 5-6 
 6 Lakeland 4-6 
 7 Keyano 1-10 
ACAC South
 1 SAIT 8-0 
 2 Medicine Hat 6-3 
 3 Ambrose 6-4 
 4 Lethbridge 5-3 
 5 Red Deer 4-4 
 6 Briercrest 2-6 
 7 Olds 2-7 
 8 St.Marys 1-7 
OCAA East
 1 George Brown 7-1 
 2 Seneca 7-1 
 3 Algonquin 5-2 
 4 Loyalist 5-3 
 5 Centennial 4-4 
 6 Durham 4-4 
 7 Georgian 4-5 
 8 Canadore 3-4 
 9 Fleming 2-6 
 10 La Cite 1-6 
 11 St.Lawrence 1-7 
OCAA West
 1 Humber 7-0 
 2 Niagara 7-2 
 3 Redeemer 6-2 
 4 Sheridan 6-2 
 5 Fanshawe 5-3 
 6 Lambton 5-4 
 7 Mohawk 3-4 
 8 St.Clair 3-4 
 9 U of T Miss 3-6 
 10 Conestoga 0-8 
 11 Sault 0-10 
PacWest
 1 Capilano 5-1 
 2 VIU 5-1 
 3 Douglas 4-2 
 4 Langara 3-3 
 5 Camosun 2-4 
 6 Quest 2-4 
 7 CBC 0-6 
RSEQ
 1 Vanier 7-0 
 2 Jean-de-Brebeuf 6-1 
 3 Montmorency 4-2 
 4 Ch.-St-Lambert 4-3 
 5 Edouard-Montpetit 3-4 
 6 Dawson 2-3 
 7 Sainte-Foy 2-4 
 8 John Abbott 1-6 
 9 Outaouais 1-7 
Last:11/27/2018

Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Kadre GRAY
  Laurentian
  (185-G-)
  Avg: 29.5
 1. K.Gray Laurentian29.5 
 2. A.Sow Laurier25.1 
 3. O.Omar Cape Breton22.5 
 4. J.Simpson Brock21.5 
 5. T.Cooper Brandon21.0 
 6. O.Shiddo Western20.6 
 7. N.Barker Memorial20.2 
 8. J.Leamy UN20.2 
 9. N.Hodzic Waterloo20.1 
 10. J.Mukama Ryerson19.4 
Rebounds Per Game
 Brody CLARKE
  Alberta
  (206-F-96)
  Avg: 11.9
 1. B.Clarke Alberta11.9 
 2. N.Hodzic Waterloo10.9 
 3. A.Roker St.Franc10.4 
 4. B.Alade Guelph9.9 
 5. I.Doumbouya UNB9.6 
 6. B.Layton Calgary9.3 
 7. V.Loukas UN9.1 
 8. M.Johnson UFV9.0 
 9. P.Watson Cape B9.0 
 10. K.Archer Laurier8.8 
Assists Per Game
 Kadre GRAY
  Laurentian
  (185-G-)
  Avg: 7.2
 1. K.Gray Laurentian7.2 
 2. N.Demosthene Bisho6.3 
 3. K.Peterson Lethb6.1 
 4. R.Monge Concordia5.7 
 5. R.Browne Manitoba5.5 
 6. J.Thompson Memor5.5 
 7. T.Brown Brock5.5 
 8. J.Meppelink TWU5.4 
 9. M.Bourcier UBC5.4 
 10. N.Ambanza Winnipeg5.4 
Steals Per Game
 Jovan LEAMY
  UN
  (193-F-)
  Avg: 3.1
 1. J.Leamy UN3.1 
 2. X.Ochu Dalhousie3.0 
 3. E.Jenkins Western2.8 
 4. L.Moore Saskatch2.7 
 5. D.Kapinga Calgary2.4 
 6. O.Omar Cape Breton2.2 
 7. E.Akintunde Saskatch2.2 
 8. J.Mayers Laurier2.1 
 9. N.Farkic Western2.1 
 10. T.Grant Acadia2.0 
Blocks Per Game
 Tanor NGOM
  Ryerson
  (218-F-)
  Avg: 2.7
 1. T.Ngom Ryerson2.7 
 2. A.Roker St.Franc2.4 
 3. P.Vandervelden Mount R2.2 
 4. A.Shittu MacEwan2.0 
 5. B.Layton Calgary2.0 
 6. S.Sandhu UFV1.7 
 7. M.Shoveller Dalhousie1.6 
 8. E.Ring Memorial1.5 
 9. P.Kamunga York1.4 
 10. S.Dimanochie York1.4 
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Round 12 (Regular Season)

Windsor Jan.19 Brock 72%
McGill Jan.19 Concordia 60%
St.Mary's 78% Jan.19 UNB
Western 82% Jan.19 Guelph
Carleton 92% Jan.19 York
Toronto 59% Jan.19 Laurentian
Algoma Jan.19 Laurier 77%
Ryerson 96% Jan.19 Nipissing
McMaster 71% Jan.19 Lakehead
Ottawa 71% Jan.19 Queen's
Bishop's 60% Jan.19 UQAM
Brandon Jan.19 UBC 95%
Manitoba 92% Jan.19 TWU
Mount Royal 71% Jan.19 Saskatchewan
Alberta 73% Jan.19 UNBC
Lethbridge 66% Jan.19 Victoria
TRU Jan.19 Regina 55%
UBC Okanaga 68% Jan.19 MacEwan
Brandon Jan.18 UBC 95%
UPEI 57% Jan.18 St.Franc.X.
Acadia 55% Jan.18 UNB
Ryerson 80% Jan.18 Laurentian
Ottawa 83% Jan.18 York
Western 91% Jan.18 Waterloo
McMaster 71% Jan.18 Lakehead
Toronto 79% Jan.18 Nipissing
Carleton 85% Jan.18 Queen's
Algoma Jan.18 Laurier 77%
Manitoba 92% Jan.18 TWU
Mount Royal 71% Jan.18 Saskatchewan
Lethbridge 66% Jan.18 Victoria
Alberta 73% Jan.18 UNBC
TRU Jan.18 Regina 55%
UBC Okanaga 68% Jan.18 MacEwan
Concordia 70% Jan.17 McGill
UQAM 54% Jan.17 Bishop's
Rams get back on track against Ottawa - Jan 8, 2019


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Jean-Victor
Mukama
Coming off their first loss of the season the Ryerson Rams men's basketball team was back in action beating the Ottawa Gee-Gees 89-58 on Sunday. The win is Ryerson's first of the new year and their 11th on the season. The message after the loss to the Carleton Ravens just 24 hours prior for assistant coach Borko Popic was simple - come back tomorrow and channel that anger towards a good performance on the court against the Gee-Gees. And Ryerson did just that, coming out hot on both ends of the court scoring 25 points on offence and holding Ottawa to just 12 points through the opening 10 minutes of action. 'Our guys were able to learn because of last night, and we'll continue to learn off of that.' Popic said after the 31-point win. The start of the second quarter was more of the first quarter and with three minutes left in the quarter a Myles Charvis (183-PG-94) layup put the Rams up 25 points. However, the Gee-Gees ended the quarter on a 9-1 run cutting into the Rams lead. At the half it was a 17-point Rams lead but the team wasn't happy. Popic said, 'We just kind of lost focus and let them go on a run to end the half. We let them get too comfortable.' One thing the team could feel good about midway through the game was the scoring depth. After the opening 20 minutes Ryerson had four scorers with eight or more points. The scoring at the half was more spread out than their previous game where Charvis and Jean-Victor Mukama (203-G) had to carry most of the scoring. The halftime break was good for the Rams and they came back out and dominated the third quarter. By the time the quarter was done Ryerson's lead was up to 30 points and they had four players in double digits for points. The scoring depth is a good way to help the players know they have support behind them. Jayden Frederick (196-G) scored 14 points tonight, bouncing back from a poor performance against the Ravens. He said, 'On a night where my shot isn't falling, or we have guys that are tired we have guys that we know can take control of the scoring and it makes the team so much better.' It was clear at the start of the game - their second back from the winter break - and as the game went on that Ryerson was clicking much better than their first game back just the day before. But the team wasn't using the break as an excuse to their different results, Frederick said. 'It was a mental thing, we gave [Carleton] too much respect and by the time we picked up our game mentally it we were too far behind to make up the deficient.' With Ryerson back in the win column they will look to stay on track when they travel to Queen's on Friday Jan. 11.
Courtesy of: ryersonrams.ca   




Andrew
Wiggins
Andrew Wiggins' double-double lands him Player of the Week award among Canadians playing currently abroad: - 1 day ago
We bring you last week's top performances from Canadians who are playing abroad and who all have had prior experience of national team duties at youth or senior level. This week's number one is former international guard Andrew Wiggins (203-95). He led Minnesota Timberwolves to a victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA in Tuesday night's game.    [read more]

Nathan
Barker
Axemen undefeated in 2019 with third win in a row - 2 days ago
The Acadia Axemen take their second game against the Memorial Seahawks this weekend in a 79-69 win on Sunday and extend their winning streak to three. Up 23-19 in the first quarter, the Axemen demonstrated a strong desire to sweep the weekend series against the Sea-Hawks. The game began to even out during the second, with the Seahawks keeping the Axemen offence at bay. Acadia's efficiency from the arch dropped significantly from the first quarter by hitting none of their nine three-point...   [read more]

Brady Heslip
Brady Heslip (ex Fraport SKY) signs at Istanbul BBSK - 3 days ago
BRADY HESLIP Istanbul Buyuksehir Belediyesi (BSL) landed 28-year old Canadian shooting guard Brady Heslip (188-82kg-90, college: Baylor). He started the season at Fraport Skyliners Frankfurt in German BBL league. In 11 games he averaged 12.7ppg, 1.7rpg and 1.9apg this season. Heslip also played 10 games in Eurocup where he had 11.3ppg, 1.1rpg and 1.2apg. In 2014 he was drafted by Reno Bighorns (D-League) in first round (11th overall). Heslip attended Baylor University and it is his fifth...   [read more]


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