Ryerson Rams Looking to Keep Foot on the Gas in the Second Half

by Libaan Osman TORONTO, Ontario -- The Ryerson Rams men’s basketball is gearing up for the second half of the season and are looking to keep their foot on the gas pedal after an impressive 10-0 start to the year. After losing in a nail-biting finish against the Calgary Dinos in the national championship game last…

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

SARNIA, Ontario -- The stars were out in Ontario this past week, while role players took the spotlight out West in what was an exciting week across the U Sports landscape. In the OUA, a new modern-day scoring record was set for the Laurier Golden Hawks in their overtime win over the visiting Nipssing Lakers. Second year…

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

SARNIA, Ontario -- It was a statement week across the U Sports landscape. From coast to coast, teams and players alike made some impressive statements as they look to build momentum ahead of the Christmas break, which is just around the corner. Some of the top contenders faced some tough challenges, and some even took…

Starting Five: Kadre Gray, Tanor Ngom Put Together Statement Performances

SARNIA, Ontario -- The stars were out this past week across the OUA. With the Laurentian Voyageurs hitting the court this past week, all teams in the OUA have kicked off their 2018-19 regular season schedules. Thanks in large part to Kadre Gray, the reigning OUA Player of the Year, the Voyageurs opened up their season with…

Starting Five: Linnaea Harper, Nikki Ylagan Continue Strong Play to Start 2018-19

SARNIA, Ontario -- Through two weeks in the OUA, the usual suspects are on top of the standings, but several teams are right on their heels. Both the Carleton Ravens and McMaster Marauders advanced to the U Sports Final 8 National Championships a season ago, and both teams are atop their respective divisions through the early part…

Carleton Ravens Will Look to Reclaim National Title in 2018-19

OTTAWA -- For the first time since the 2010-11 season, the Carleton Ravens will enter the new campaign without the title of defending national champions. Despite winning the OUA crown and advancing to the U Sports Final 8 tournament, the Ravens were unable to secure their eighth straight Canadian national championship. Carleton entered the tournament undefeated on…