CCAA Men’s Basketball Starting Five: Dec. 3 – 7, 2018

SARNIA, Ontario -- With that, the first half of the 2018-19 season is officially in the books. This past week saw a handful of teams take to the court across the OCAA from Tuesday through Friday, while one game was played in the RSEQ on Friday night to cap off an exciting first half of…

CCAA Women’s Basketball Starting Five: Nov. 26 – Dec. 2, 2018

SARNIA, Ontario -- The Christmas break is just around the corner for teams all across the CCAA, and a well deserved break it will be for everyone. Exams are set to begin for students across the country, and with the exception of a handful of games in the OCAA this week, the courts will be…

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…

Tuesday Wrap-Up: St. Clair Upsets Top-Ranked Fanshawe on the Road

SARNIA, Ontario -- Nobody is safe in the OCAA, not even the top-ranked teams. Last week, the Sheridan Bruins were knocked off by the Redeemer Royals on the men's side of things in the OCAA. The Bruins came into the week as the top-ranked team in Canada, but fell to the fifth spot when the latest rankings…

Morning Shootaround: Top Ranked Teams in Action on Quiet Tuesday Night

SARNIA, Ontario -- All eyes will be on the OCAA on Tuesday night. There are few mid-week games in college basketball across all levels in Canada. Most university programs play on Fridays and Saturdays during the regular season, while the bulk of the action from colleges in the CCAA will fall on the same days…

George Brown Huskies Looking to Build Off Sixth-Place Post-Season Finish in 2017-18

TORONTO -- In life, we need to learn from our losses and come back stronger the next time around. For the George Brown Huskies, the losses came at the worst possible time in the 2017-18 season. The Huskies finished atop the OCAA East Division at the end of the regular season with a record of 15-2…

George Brown Looking to Turn Regular Season Results Into Post-Season Success

TORONTO -- The regular season and the post-season are two different challenges for teams in any sport across the world. Last season, the George Brown Huskies put together an impressive regular season, but they weren't able to turn that into post-season success. The last time that the Huskies won the OCAA Championship was back in 1975-76.…