CCAA Women’s Basketball Starting Five: Nov. 12-18, 2018

SARNIA, Ontario -- The end of the first semester is just around the corner, which means teams across the country are looking to build some momentum before they take over a month off from game action. Whether they are looking to maintain their position atop their respective standings, or they're looking to make a move…

Starting Five: Mount Saint Vincent, Mount Allison Pick up Impressive Wins

SARNIA, Ontario -- Through two weeks, the 2018-19 season in the ACAA has been fun. Atop the standings you'll find the usual suspects. The Mount Saint Vincent University Mystics are the lone team without a loss to their name, sitting at 5-0 and in first place in the eight-team league. Right behind them are the Mount Allison…

Starting Five: Chris Parker Posts Another 40-Point Game for Fanshawe

SARNIA, Ontario -- Chris Parker knows how to fill up the score sheet. Earlier this season, Parker set a school record for the Fanshawe Falcons by dropping 48 points in a single game. This week, he put together another impressive performance for the Falcons' home crowd against the visiting St. Clair Saints. Parker leads the OCAA in…

Starting Five: Jace Colley Continues to Post Big Numbers for the Holland Hurricanes

SARNIA, Ontario -- Is this the year that the ACAA breaks through and secures the CCAA National Championship? In each of the last three seasons, the Holland Hurricanes have secured a medal at the CCAA National Championships. However, they have all been of the bronze variety. Picking up a bronze medal in three consecutive seasons is…

Morning Shootaround: The RSEQ Begins Conference Play

SARNIA, Ontario -- Every conference will have begun their season when Thursday night rolls around. The five teams that make up the university side of the RSEQ officially begin conference play on Thursday night, and what a slate they have put together for their opening night. On the women's side of the ball, there is…

Wednesday Wrap-Up: Humber Hawks Sweep Sheridan While Mount Allison and Crandall Earn a Split

SARNIA, Ontario -- Wednesday night may have been quiet in Canada for college basketball, but the games certainly didn't disappoint. Arguably the best rivalry in the entire CCAA took place on Wednesday in Toronto, as the Humber Hawks took on the Sheridan Bruins in OCAA action. The games lived up to the billing, and while the Hawks…

Morning Shootaround: Humber Hawks, Sheridan Bruins Renew Rivalry

SARNIA, Ontario -- Rivalry games always add a little extra intrigue to sporting events, regardless of the sport. Wednesday night is a quiet night across the basketball landscape in Canada, as there are only four games on tap between both the men and women. Two games take place in the OCAA, while two games take…