Checking in on the Defending National Champions Across Canada

SARNIA, Ontario -- It was a year of firsts in 2017-18 in terms of national championship winners on the basketball court. Three out of the four teams who cut down the nets in March did so for the first time in school history. The fourth team picked up their second national title in three seasons, and…

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…

CCAA Women’s Basketball Starting Five: Nov. 19-25, 2018

SARNIA, Ontario -- Fans saw a little bit of everything over the past seven days across the CCAA women's basketball landscape. Out in the ACAC, Tracy Lewis recorded a triple-double in a 19-point win for the Briercrest College Clippers, on the road no less. Another player recorded a double-double in a home win against her former program to…

CCAA Men’s Basketball Starting Five: Nov. 19-25, 2018

SARNIA, Ontario -- Teams across Canada are looking for one last boost of momentum before the holiday break rolls around to end the first semester. Out in the PacWest BC Conference, the holiday break has already come for the eight teams in the league. Some programs have scheduled exhibition games over the break to stay…

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…

Starting Five: Rita Sibo, Jade Addai Key Pieces in Weekend Sweeps for Algonquin, UT Mississauga

SARNIA, Ontario -- The women's basketball landscape in the OCAA looks considerably different this season with the graduation of Ceejay Nofuente from the Humber Hawks. In recent years, the Hawks have dominated the OCAA, thanks in large part to Nofuente, who was a three-time CCAA Player of the Year to close out her career. Now, there's a…