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

SARNIA, Ontario -- With the exception of a few games this week, the holiday break is in full swing from coast to coast in the CCAA. Last week provided a ton of excitement across the country as teams continued to build momentum ahead of the second semester as they look to make a run at…

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

SARNIA, Ontario -- The stars were out across the CCAA over the last seven days. Last week gave fans a bit of everything. From players flirting with triple-double performances to a plethora of double-doubles across the country, there were several impressive stat lines. A pair of 50-point performances highlighted the week, one coming from the…

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: 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…

Collegiate Basketball in Canada Helping Ace Reece Prepare for Professional Basketball in Europe

FREDERICTON, N.B. -- The game of basketball can take you anywhere in the world. In terms of professional basketball, the opportunities are seemingly endless. Most countries have at least one level of professional basketball, while some of the bigger countries have multiple tiers to their professional ranks. There are opportunities aplenty for players from all…

New Year, Same Goal for the Crandall Chargers in 2018-19

MONCTON, N.B. -- One win away. Last season, the Crandall Chargers came oh so close to winning the ACAA Championship on the men's side. They finished regular season play with a record of 14-7, and were looking to continue their strong play down the stretch into the post-season. They would have their hands full from the outset…