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    I'll get to some articles about the Halifax Final 8 soon.
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    Former McGill Redman 5'11" point guard Domineco Marcario was invited to play in the Canadian senior men's development team for a training camp in Argentina earlier this month.

    Former Carleton Ravens star and All-Canadian Osvaldo Jeanty, a 5-time CIS champ, has signed a pro contract with Germany's TSV 1861 Noerdlingen.
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    If you go to Frozen Hoops, you will see the full schedule of the CIS-NCAA Labo(u)r Day Weekend clashes to the right of the site. Over 60 in them (men and women), all in Canada. www.frozenhoops.com/id5.html
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    Like to get into all of the CIS-NCAA Labo(u)r Day matchups. But to get it all started, here's a couple:

    Five-time CIS champs Carleton holds its own against Illinois but loses in a heartbreaker: www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8968

    Oklahoma Sooners drop UBC Thunderbirds 81-62:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8990

    Defending women's champs Simon Fraser stop Arkansas:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... fm?id=8993
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    Six CIS women's basketball alums will represent the Maple Leaf for the upcoming Tournament of the Americas in Valdivia, Chile in the hopes of qualifying for Beijing with two spots open for the Americas, one of which will surely go to the USA:

    Sarah Crooks (Saskatchewan)
    Uzoma Asagwara (Winnipeg)
    Therese Kliendiest (now Therese Gabrielle) (Simon Fraser)
    Isabelle Grenier (Laval)
    Sheila Townsend (University of British Columbia)
    Devon Campbell (Simon Fraser)

    The Canadians will start their campaign today against Jamaica. More will come on my Some Random Thoughts About International Basketball posts.

    GO CANADA!!!
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    Correction: only ONE spot is open to the Americas, the winner. So Canada's best hope realistically is qualifying for the Olympic qualification tournament. Here's the press release with the full Canadian roster:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... fm?id=9099
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    As previously mentioned on Some Random Thoughts on International Basketball, the Canadian women's basketball team that featured six former CIS stars, alas, will not qualify for Beijing, not even the Olympic Qualification Tournament because they finished fifth in Valdivia, Chile.

    Preseason time has started in the CIS and I will also get the rest of the CIS-NCAA Labo(u)r Day results--both men's and women's--very soon with some other stuff.
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    Ryerson defeated by Morehead St. :
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8973

    Brock 77 Liberty 79:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8975

    Carleton loses to Villanova despite Doorenkamp's 30 points:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8977

    Guelph Gryphons lose to LSU:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8980

    Alabama rolls over McGill Redmen:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8974

    Simon Fraser Clan loses a close one to Air Force:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8988

    Dwayne and Damian Buckley help Concordia sting Illinois:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8979

    5-time CIS champs Carleton defeat Alabama at Ravens Palooza:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8981

    Queen's College loses big to Villanova:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8985

    Simon Fraser knocked off by Oklahoma:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8986

    Oral Roberts crushes Guelph:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8982

    Ryerson runs out of steam against Duquense:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8987

    Illinois bests McGill in 2OT 107-103:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8998

    Texas A&M drops Brock 106-90:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=8995

    Canadian college basketball season just wrapped their preseason tournaments with the schools facing each other. I'll get to those by next week along with the Canadian women facing their NCAA counterparts.
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    Before I actually begin to get the women's CIS-NCAA preseason Labo(u)r Day scores, I will like to make a CIS Ozhoops boards YouTube debut featuring the Saskatchewan Huskies men's team and the Alberta Pandas

    Saskatchewan Huskies 2007-08 outlook from Global TV Sports in Regina, Saskatchewan:
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfmV5Bh3Wz4

    Saskatchewan vs. Memorial highlights Husky Hoops preseason presented by Global Sport's Esther Madziya:
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=AN58DHKAZfI

    Simon Fraser Clan vs. UCSB Gauchos recap:
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCVekeaA9Dc

    A preview from last season of the Alberta Golden Pandas with Scott Edwards acting as interim coach for the 2006-07 season from SHAW TV in Edmonton, Alberta:
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpJ_vfyD9sA

    A small sampling of the Capital Classic at Ottawa's ScotiaBank Place between the Ottawa Gee Gees and CIS champs Carleton Ravens. Josh Gibson-Bascomb scores a clutch jumper here to seal the win for Ottawa:
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=CawhjAqkOaM
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    The first CIS polls are out for 2007-08 season in both men's and women's basketball released today. To no one's surprise, the defending champs are at the top.

    MEN:
    1.Carleton
    2.Windsor
    3.University of British Columbia
    4.St. Mary's
    5.Concordia
    6.Alberta
    7.Acadia
    8.Brandon
    9.Queen's College
    10.Toronto

    Outside Top Ten: Cape Breton, Saskatchewan, Western Ontario, Guelph, Calgary

    WOMEN:
    1.Simon Fraser
    2.University of British Columbia
    3.Memorial
    4.McMaster
    5.Alberta
    6.Dalhousie
    7.Regina
    8.Laval
    9.Calgary
    10.York

    Outside Top Ten: UCFV, Saskatchewan, Toronto, Western Ontario, Cape Breton, Manitoba, Victoria

    The big story in the Canadian college scene is whether Carleton Ravens can make it a "sixpeat" now that All-Canadian Osvaldo Jeanty is currently plying his trade professionally in Germany. It could happen, but that's so hard to do. If you want a surprise team, I'd say look for Toronto in both teams. They may have a breakout season. Can Canada West go for 17 in a row for the Bronze Baby after SFU. How will Saskatchewan cope without All-Canadian Sarah Crooks?

    Since I live in the US, Canadian college basketball is oh so easy to overlook with our bigger game here. You have to have a special kind of curiousity to venture beyond the narrow confines, which is in short supply here. Are there any published previews of the Canadian scene north of the border? Not that I know of. So the Internet is a godsend. Here's a look at the ultra-tough Canada West women's preview:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... fm?id=9471
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... fm?id=9472

    Simon Fraser Clan knocks off New Mexico 76-63:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... fm?id=8978

    Queen's Golden Gaels lose to 81-65 to Toledo:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... fm?id=8984

    UBC upends Wichita St.:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball?s ... fm?id=8992

    SFU again defeats Arkansas thanks to Kelowna, BC's Robyn Buna and 25 points:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... fm?id=8993

    Just before the start of the regular season, a lot of the women's teams took during the now-closing month of October to fight breast cancer. But this will take place all throughout the 2007-08 season up until the CIS championship. Next time, I'll look more into the preseason.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... fm?id=9198

    Now some of the men's teams like Carleton are playing stateside. The Ravens just lost to Louisville in an exhibition at Freedom Hall.

    The Vancouver rivalry between SFU and UBC starts the season on Halloween weekend with mixed results:
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=26d_aWRmnAs
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGuN2zZz1Uo

    Carleton Ravens' new men's basketball website:
    http://www2.carleton.ca/goravens/news/cat/?=18
    The women's:
    http://webhost.carleton.ca/goravens/news/cat/?=17
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    Concordia Stingers prepare for the Nike Tournament at their gym:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9206

    Brandon Bobcats hosted the Super 8 Invitational preseason tournament:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9240

    Trinity Western Wolf Pack host the Bank of Montreal Nesbitt Burns Desert Classic:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9247

    Brandon Bobcats open Super 8 with a convincing win:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9268

    Carleton Ravens win 18th House-Laughton Hoops Classic:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9285

    Toronto wins Naismith Classic:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9318

    McGill sweeps Redbird Basketball Classic:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9319

    Winnipeg wins in OT over Concordia:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9324

    Guy Vetrie Tournament preview showcasing the creme de la creme in Canadian college basketball:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9259

    Brandon Bobcats excited over rematch against Carleton:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9350

    Lakeland loses to Regina:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9362

    Victoria Vikings falters at first hurdle in Vetrie Classic:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9372
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    With the US Thanksgiving Day winding down over here (the Canadian version was on the second Monday of October), so I'll try to get in some Canadian college hoops stuff during this Thanksgiving weekend that haven't done in years past.

    Carleton and Simon Fraser are presently both undefeated and atop the CIS basketball rankings for men's and women's Canadian college basketball respectively for the past four weeks. Both teams were voted unamiously to stay at #1 in their respective polls. Rankings will return soon.

    Barnaby Craddock must be doing some magic job at University College at Fraser Valley right now after leaving Brandon. The Kamloops, BC-based Cascades are now at third place in the Canada West Conference's Pacific Division stopping a four-game losing streak with an upset win at home over SFU 79-73. Their female counterparts have a shot to overtake the Victoria Vikings with wins at Vancouver Island to keep pace with the two Vancouver schools UBC and SFU.

    Speaking of upset wins, the Ottawa Gees Gees surprised the previously-unbeaten Windsor Lancers 73-68. They meet again on Friday in Ottawa before the Gee Gees face Western Ontario.

    Cyril Indome, the former Manitoba high school player of the year last season, returns home to Winnipeg and breaks the Manitoban hearts with a last-second jumper for Victoria over the Manitoba Bison with Ryan McKay lighted it up for the women Vikings against Manitoba.
    www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonist/ne ... 6a207f9973
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    The Carleton Ravens showed why they are STILL the class of men's Canadian college basketball AND undefeated with their experience, so the title will still have to go through Ottawa. Aaron Doorenkamp, with his confidence soaring after his Canadian national team tour of duty and a greater value to his team solidified, was just SICK with 33 points and 17 points as the Ravens stopped OUA rivals (from the OUA West division) the Windsor Lancers by 8 in a 81-73 win. The Odessa, Ontario native showed his skills in front of a packed crowd. With Carleton 6-0, they are atop the OUA East with no losses and will make their way to western Ontario with matches against the Brock Badgers and the Guelph Gryphons. Windsor falls to 4-2 in the OUA West.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9949

    I rarely mention any love toward the Trinity Western Spartans in contrast to likes of Carleton when I post about Canadian college basketball. But I will here. Their game against Manitoba Bison was full of drama right to the end with a win for them 83-80 at home Saturday. Jason Keegstra led with 18 points and 7 rebounds with three other players in double figures while Winnipeg's own Issac Mensah produced a game-high 27 points in a losing effort including 16 points in the second half.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9976

    Another team I neglect out west is the unranked Calgary Dino. They swept the past weekend over the Alberta Golden Bears from Ross Bekkering's monster play.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9981

    Simon Fraser men go .500 winning over the Winnipeg Wesmen.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... fm?id=9978

    Brock Badgers had to endure a double OT bout thriller against the University of Toronto Varsity Blues 97-91 in the women's game this past weekend coming out as winners knocking them off from first place in the OUA East as go .500 for the season so far.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... fm?id=9974
    www.varsityblues.ca/news/?id=9367

    The TWU Lady Spartans equaled their all-time program best of seven wins at this stage after winning over visiting Manitoba.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... fm?id=9982

    SFU, the women's champs, are still undefeated and #1 after going over the 2-8 Winnipeg Weswomen, their 21st straight win. They are now 10-0.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... fm?id=9977

    #4 ranked McMaster is still a powerhouse in the women's game. Laurentian is just the latest team that can't overpower them. The Lady Vees started the game with a 6-0 run...but you know what happened after that.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... fm?id=9986
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    CIS Rankings 11-6-2007

    WOMEN:
    1. Simon Fraser
    2. British Columbia
    3. Memorial
    4. McMaster
    5. Alberta
    6. Dalhousie
    7. Laval
    8. Regina
    9. Calgary
    10.York

    Other votes: UCFV, Western Ontario, Toronto, Manitoba, Cape Breton, Saskatchewan, Victoria

    MEN
    1. Carleton
    2. Windsor
    3. Concordia
    4. Alberta
    5. British Columbia
    6. St. Mary's
    7. Acadia
    8. Brandon
    9. Queen's
    10.Toronto

    Other votes: Calgary, Guelph, Winnipeg, Cape Breton, St. Francis Xavier, Brock

    11-13-2007
    WOMEN
    1. Simon Fraser
    2. British Columbia
    3. Memorial
    4. McMaster
    5. Dalhousie
    6. Laval
    7. Alberta
    8. Regina
    9. Calgary
    10.York

    MEN
    1. Carleton
    2. Windsor
    3. Concordia
    4. British Columbia
    5. St. Mary's
    6. Alberta
    7. Brandon
    8. Acadia
    9. Toronto
    10.Guelph

    Other votes: Ottawa got consideration with 4 votes. Regina (14)

    There's something to be said about continuity, especially at Brandon, but it is at the wrong end for them. Consequently, a revolving door of short-term women's coaches are to blame for a lack of recognition and power for the Brandon women.
    www.thegatewayonline.ca/revolving-door- ... -1393.html
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    University of Victoria Vikes had their four-game winning winning streak snapped by the Winnipeg Wesmen in early November and no answer to All-Canadian Erfan Nasajpour and his 41 points. The Winnipeg women did likewise by beating them with 12 three-pointers.
    www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonist/ne ... b19717e690

    Regina loses two on the road to Alberta and then Saskatchewan after winning four straight. But the women did better.
    www.canada.com/reginaleaderpost/news/sp ... 5de14bfbb6

    Some Canadian Atlantic college basketball news for you--something else neglected last season by me: Cape Breton Capers move into first place in the men's Atlantic University Sports basketball conference with a 105-94 win over New Brunswick.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10118

    Toronto upsets #6 Windsor.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10104
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    CIS basketball is currently undergoing its annual holiday break, so that gives me some time to catch up on the news involving the Canadian college basketball scene.

    To start with, www.usbasket.com/can/can.asp has several interviews of men's coaches and players--click on the plus sign of each interview to read them at length.

    Over in the women, defending champs Simon Fraser University are comfortably at the top of the women's game with 24 wins in a row-again click on the plus sign for First Half of the Season Defines Leaders.
    www.usbasket.com/can/can.asp?women=1
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    Congratulations to Waterloo's Gillian Maxwell on being the OUA West's alltime leader in rebounds and second overall in the OUA.
    www.universitysports.ca/e/w_basketball/ ... m?id=10140

    Thompson Rivers WolfPack women's team have signed two heavily recriuted Team BC players Diane Schuetze (aka "Shoot-zee" out of Vernon Secondary) from Vernon, BC and Surrey's 6 footer Jessica Franz (Elgin Park). Coach Scott Reeves couldn't be pleased.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10172

    Victoria Vikes' women first half recap:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10185
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    Another chapter of the now intense Vancouver crosstown rivalry between #2 UBC and champs #1 SFU is about to take the stage once more in the women's game in a matter of days.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10249

    There has been several tournaments that went on during the holidays. To start of with, Brock Badgers win the 41st MTS Wesmen Classic, hosted by the University of Winnipeg.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10234
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    Lakehead Thunderwolves women comeback in the fourth quarter and defeat the Guelph Gryphons 67-64 in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10335

    Western Ontario Mustangs stops Brock Badgers in OT 80-76
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10337

    A profile on SFU women's coach Bruce Langford, who never actually played basketball. A remarkable thing considering now he's one of the top Canadian women's basketball coaches.
    www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/L ... ory/Sports

    McGill stuns #3 Concordia Stingers the first time in 6 years.
    www.universitysports.ca/e/m-basketball/ ... m?id=10326

    Ottawa Gees Gees beat Laurentian team.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10325

    Defending champs Carleton still doing their thing that made them a Canadian powerhouse. Like creaming the York Lions.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10327
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    At last some scores to begin with. Thankfully since this Canadian college basketball as there are fraction of schools in the high level as opposed to the NCAA D1, there won't be an abundance. Nevertheless I'll do this in blocks. Funny how things start out in the West Coast.

    MEN
    October 25
    Trinity Western 77 British Columbia 104

    October 26
    Victoria 79 Simon Fraser 66
    UCFV 88 Thompson Rivers 85

    October 27
    British Columbia 92 Simon Fraser 55
    Victoria 71 Trinity Western 56
    UCFV 82 Thompson Rivers 74
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    Before I begin this latest post on the Canadian college basketball scene, I want to dedicate this post in memory to those seven Bathhurst High School basketball players and a coach's wife, teacher Elizabeth Lord, who were all killed in an accident in Bathurst, New Brunswick last Saturday on their way home from Moncton to face the Purple Knights. The van, a 15-seat Ford Wagon, that they were traveling in fishtailed and slammed head-on to a tractor trailer on the road. Only the coach (Wayne Lord), his daughter, and two players survived. The crash happened five minutes away from where their parents and friends were awaiting for them a nearby McDonald's. A few of their teammates were out sick and stayed home. There were no snow tires, and the team may not be able to continue this season.
    www.cbc.ca/canada/new-brunswick/story/2 ... crash.html

    Port Coquitlam High's Sam Freeman is the first prized recruit for the UCFV Cascades in 2008:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10503

    Moustapha El Zanaty comes off the bench and scores 28 points for McGill but UQAM has a surprise 89-59 win over the Redman.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10427

    Thompson Rivers upset a clearly drained Simon Fraser 91-75 three days after its OT loss to rival UBC.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10433

    #1 Carleton remains perfect and defeats Toronto
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10429

    Thanks to Henry Pekkering, the #4 Calgary Dinos snuffed out the winless and hapless Lethbridge Pronghorns 102-72 with Pekkering's career perfromance of 39 points and extend their home winning streak to seven.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10449

    Trinity Western Spartans hang on over Thompson Rivers 102-96 after the latter beats SFU.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10455

    UCFV falls to SFU 74-71:
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10456

    Brock knocks off #6 Guelph Gryphons 87-79
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10457

    Canada West upper (Pacific) division standout Victoria Vikings eliminate #8 Brandon Bobcats. Forward Tyler Hass attacks with 23 points.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10458

    Dinos do it agin to those poor Pronghorns by dominating the glass
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10459

    Simon Fraser rebounds from Thompson Rivers with a more dedicated effort to stop the Cascades to make UCFV go 6-10
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10463

    In the middle of the OUA West standings, the Lakehead Thunderwolves lose to Laurier Golden Hawks. Kiraan Posey moves up to fifth in alltime scorers for Lakehead.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10464

    Manitoba Bison make it two home wins in a row with a victory over the Alberta Golden Bears
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10465

    Toronto Varsity Blues upsets #6 Ottawa Gee Gees
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10462

    Queen's Golden Gaels too balanced for Laurentian Voyaugers
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10467
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    Women's Canadian college hoops scores--Round 1

    October 25
    British Columbia 67 Trinity Western 35

    October 26
    Simon Fraser 64 Victoria 57

    October 27
    Trinity Western 60 Victoria 58
    Simon Fraser 73 British Columbia 41

    October 31
    Laurier 71 Brock 59
    Windsor 72 Guelph 52
    McMaster 78 Western Ontario 54

    #1 Carleton and #5 Ottawa renew their intense Ottawa college basketball rivalry and for national supremacy tonight at the 2nd Annual MBNA Capital Hoops Classic. Last time last year, with the Gee Gees pulling the upset with the largest crowd ever recorded for a Canadian college basketball conference game at the Scotiabank Place, the Ravens are now seek revenge. A doubleheader is actually planned with the women's teams from both schools (and both are at the wrong side of the victory column this season with Ottawa still winless) preceeding the main course and shoot (pun intended) to shatter that attendance record, maybe into the 10,000 barrier.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10685

    Victoria Vikings women's four-game win streak snapped by UBC's fourth quarter comeback.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10590

    Lakehead Thunderwolves lose thriller to McMaster Mauraders
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10591

    Ryerson Rams stops Queen's 53-45
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10599

    Laurentian keeps Ottawa Gee Gees winless
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10600

    Calgary Dino come up from OT over the Regina Cougars
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10601

    In spite of a Bishop's comeback, it wasn't enough to defeat UQAM
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    UCFV's deep post game pushes them win against Manitoba
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10616

    McMaster dominates Laurentian
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m/id=10617

    Thompson Rivers woes continue as they go 1-17 with Winnipeg being the latest perpetrators
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10618

    Laurentian dashes Carleton's hopes for a rare victory with Cassandra Carpenter making school milestones along the way.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10620

    Western Ontario contains Guelph
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10622

    This would not have happened if Sarah Crooks was here for the Saskatchewan Huskies whenever they faced SFU
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10619

    Alberta Pandas hold on against Trintity Western Spartans at home
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10624

    If they couldn't get UQAM, Bishop's Gaithers surely got #8 Laval Rouge D'Or in the QUBL doubleheader (men's details featured here too)
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10626

    Thunderwolves-Lancers OUA West weekend preview
    www.universitysport.ca/e/w_basketball/s ... m?id=10656
    Jusqui'ici tout va bien...

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    Carleton's being Carleton over the Ryerson Rams
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10460

    Sam Anthony gets himself a double double for McGill as they rally
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10482

    SFU finally stops their 11-game losing streak to UBC, starring Victoria's Greg Wallis
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10515

    Lakehead vs. McMaster men's weekend preview
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10522

    #8 Brock beats Waterloo 72-63
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10523

    Western Ontario Mustangs lose in a heartbreaker in Windsor
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m/id=10531

    Toronto Varsity Blues basketball coaches both call for a "whiteout" for every home game from fans in both of their respective teams' postseason push.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10535

    UCFV Cascades get ready for a Manitoba trip as they face Winnipeg Wesmen and Manitoba Bison
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10537

    Laurentian basketball's big weekend
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10539

    General info for Victoria-British Columbia in battle for Canada West Pacific's first place
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10540

    Lane Manson makes his home basketball debut for Saskatchewan
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10549

    Info on Thompson Rivers WolfPack's only home games this month for both teams this past weekend
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10550

    Brock welcomes Calgary and winless Lethbridge to their BU Gym
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10553

    Ottawa Gee Gees eye York University Lions and Laurentian Voyaugeurs in the pursuit of 1st in the OUA East.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10562

    Calgary Dinos hit the raod for a prairies road trip
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10565

    Saskatchewan Huskie Andrew Spagrud closes in on the alltime Canada West scoring record
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m-basketball/s ... m?id=10567

    #2 Calgary beats Regina Cougars
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10569

    Cascades beat Winnipeg in double OT
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10570

    UBC Thunderbirds topple Vikes for first
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10571
    Jusqui'ici tout va bien...

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    So did the 5-time CIS champs Carleton Ravens get revenge from the Gee Gees for stopping their win streak in Ottawa?

    Yes, they did in thrilling fashion!

    Victoria Vikings' defense stifles the SFU Clan
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10748

    Four Cascades players hit double figures as they down the now 1-17 Lethbridge Pronghorns
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10779

    Brandon sweeps the weekend series over Manitoba
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10782

    Windsor Lancers show why they atop the OUA West in their weekend sweep of the Lakehead Thunderwolves
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10783

    In their final home game Laurentian Voyaguers win convincingly over Ryerson
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10784

    Calgary Dinos upends Thompson Rivers Wolfpack
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10780

    Acadia Axemen surely will fall from their #2 ranking with their loss to Cape Breton
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10818

    Brock beats Guelph
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10798
    Jusqui'ici tout va bien...

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    We're rapidly approaching the Canadian college basketball postseason. Will 19-0 Carleton get a sixpeat in their hometown of Ottawa for the Final 8? We shall see. Right now I got a couple of clips from the 2008 MBNA Capital Hoops Classic at the ScotiaBank Place, which served as a dry run for the Final 8 with a ScotiaBank Place CIS basketball attendance record of 9124 fans.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUt72gihuQs (Ottawa Gee Gees starting lineup intros--with all of the razzmatazz from an NBA or NBL game)
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=pbnRfFowszxw (a brief play in the game with Carleton scoring a jumper)

    A blog is here devoted to Canadian college basketball that I'm happy to introduce: www.cishoops.ca and don't forget www.hooplife.ca !

    Brozozowicz was brilliant for the Western Ontario Mustangs as Western rebounds in the second half against Laurier
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10763

    SFU gets late free throws to edge Victoria in a game rife with fervor
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10781

    Trinity Western Spartans' valient second half comeback falls short
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10778

    Aaron Spragud was 64 points away from the Canada West scoring record
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10819

    TWU gets their three wins forfeited thanks to Lucas Goltz's ineligibilty
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10824

    Lakehead vs. Western weekend preview
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10829

    Carleton afflicts damage on the poor little Royal Military College Paladins 88-37 and stays unbeaten
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10840

    Victoria hosted Saskatchewan and Alberta in their home finale at Shield's Court
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10848

    Laurentian salutes their graduating players against their OUA divisional foes
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10854

    Trinity Western says goodbye to seniors Luke Robinson and Heather Van Wieren in the final home games of 2007-08
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m-basketball/s ... m?id=10841

    #8 Brock beats McMaster
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10853

    Guelph Gryphons fall to Laurier Golden Hawks
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10857

    Winnipeg AD Bill Wedlake retires after 24 years
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10866

    The surprising University College at Fraser Valley sets their eyes on 3rd place in the Canada West Pacific Division against Thompson Rivers with their first-ever postseason berth already in the bag for the first time.
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10868

    SFU vs TWU preview
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10873

    Lakehead Thunderwolves defeat Western Ontario Mustangs
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10885

    Laurentian fails to get the double
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10883

    #3 Calgary Dinos earn Canada West Central Division pennant and a first-round bye in the conference playoff with a win over Manitoba Bison Friday night
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10888

    Simon Fraser Clan too much for TWU
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10905

    Andrew Spragud and Saskatchewan Huskies shoot down Victoria Vikings
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10894

    Ottawa Gee Gees get ready for some (Saturday Night) Toronto Varsity Blues (but not before besting Ryerson)
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10898

    #1 and still undefeated Carleton Ravens bosses OUA East rival #7 Toronto Blues at home
    www.universitysport.ca/e/m_basketball/s ... m?id=10879
    Jusqui'ici tout va bien...

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