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

SARNIA, Ontario -- Exam season is in full swing across the country. Friday night marked the end of the first semester for basketball across the CCAA. Teams from the RSEQ and OCAA were in action in Ontario and Quebec looking for one last boost of momentum ahead of the holiday break. The Dawson Blues were looking…

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…

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. 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…

Algonquin Thunder Rookies Get First Taste of Collegiate Action With Quebec Tour

QUEBEC CITY, QC -- Practices are one thing, but real game action is a totally different experience. For student-athletes that are making the jump from high school basketball to the collegiate game, it's a different game. The players are better at the collegiate level. It's a much faster game, and it's more physical on both…