Top Teams From the OCAA Set to Square Off in East vs. West Holiday Series

TORONTO, Ontario -- The best of the best from across the OCAA will take to the court over the weekend to close out 2018 in a big way. The George Brown Huskies are gearing up to host their annual East vs. West Holiday Series at their Casa Loma campus. Three teams from both the East and…

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. 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…

After Near Misses, Humber Hawks Look to Advance Back to CCAA National Title Game in 2018-19

TORONTO -- In recent years, the Humber Hawks have been knocking on the door of a national title, but haven't been able to cut down the nets. Back in 2015-16, the Hawks advanced to the CCAA Final 8 after winning the OCAA Championships. Humber picked up three wins in three days to win their conference title,…

Seneca Sting Look to Turn Individual Awards Into Team Success in 2018-19

TORONTO -- In 2007, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix hit theaters, the Dixie Chicks won Record of the Year, and the Boston Red Sox swept the Colorado Rockies in the World Series. That was also the last time that the Seneca Sting women's basketball team took home the OCAA title. The Sting haven't had a…

Seneca Sting Look to Continue Winning Ways After First-Ever CCAA National Title

TORONTO -- Their record may show a loss last season, but the Seneca Sting never lost a game during the 2017-18 campaign. In their OCAA opener against the St. Lawrence (K) Vikings, the Sting took an odd 2-0 loss. Their loss was due to an administrative error on Seneca. It's something that most will never know the…