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   Director’s Message Welcome to another exciting season of university basketball. To the season ticket holders, many of whom have been longtime supporters of the Ravens basketball teams, and to those of you who are taking in your ďŹ rst Ravens basketball game, we hope you join us all season long to cheer on our teams as they vie for a trip to the National Championships in March. We look forward to seeing you at the Ravens’ Nest. Wear red and cheer loudly for these very talented student-athletes. Thank you for your support of Carleton – Go Ravens! Jennifer Brenning Director of Recreation & Athletics

Carleton University Athletics Directory 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5B6 613-520-4480 613-520-4466 613-293-5368

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Jennifer Brenning Director of Recreation & Athletics Bob Rumscheidt Manager, Interuniversity Programs Romy Nehme Manager, Marketing and Brand Development Christina Atallah Sports Information OfďŹ cer

Regular Season Schedule 2010-2011 Date

Opponent

Location

Date

Opponent

Nov. 5

Guelph

Carleton

Jan. 21

Laurentian

Carleton

Nov. 6

Brock

Carleton

Jan. 22

York

Carleton

Nov. 12

Laurier

Laurier

Jan. 26

Ottawa

Nov. 13

Waterloo

Waterloo

Scotiabank Place

Nov. 19

Western

Western

Jan. 28

RMC

Carleton

Nov. 20

Windsor

Windsor

Jan. 29

Queen’s

Carleton

Feb. 4

Laurentian

Laurentian

Feb. 5

York

York

Feb. 11

Toronto

Toronto

Feb. 12

Ryerson

Ryerson

Ottawa

Ottawa

Nov. 26

McMaster

Carleton

Nov. 27

Lakehead

Carleton

Jan. 7

Ryerson

Carleton

Jan. 8

Toronto

Carleton

Jan. 14

Queen’s

Queen’s

Jan. 15

RMC

Feb. 18

Location

Women’s games @ 6 pm Men’s games @ 8 pm

RMC

Nadine Smith Head Athletic Therapist Paul Blackman Equipment Coordinator Robert LeRoy Event Coordinator Erin Veitch Varsity Administrator

Colours: Scarlet, Black & White Home Arena: Ravens’ Nest (Alumni Hall) Capacity – 1,500 Member: Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS)

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2010 – 2011 Carleton University Ravens


  Winners of six of the past eight CIS championships, the Carleton University Ravens men’s basketball team opens the 2010-11 season on a quest for its seventh national title under head coach Dave Smart. Last season, the Ravens captured their third consecutive Wilson Cup before falling to eventual national champions, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies, at the CIS Final 8 tournament in March.

CARLETON

RAVENS

Carleton will return all but one starter from last year’s squad, as CIS Second Team All-Canadian Kevin McCleery has graduated. The Ravens will look to hold up their reputation as the stingiest defensive team in the league as they were tops in the OUA last season, allowing an average of 63.1 points per game. One athlete who can help them achieve this goal is OUA East Defensive Player of the Year, Cole Hobin, who returns for his fourth year. Last season, the Ravens guard led his team with 12 blocks and 31 steals. He was a strong presence on the boards, collecting 109 rebounds, 77 of which were on the defensive end of the floor. Also returning for his fourth year is OUA East Second Team All-Star Elliot Thompson. The guard averaged 12.5 points and 5.0 rebounds per game in 2009-2010. Guard Mike Kenny will bring leadership to the team as he enters his fifth season at Carleton. He led the Ravens with 59 assists last season. Tyson Hinz will look to build on his solid rookie season. The 6’6 forward was named to the OUA East All-Rookie Team last season after averaging 11.6 points per game and ranking third in overall points on his team with 243. The Ravens will also feature a couple of new faces on this year’s roster, including brothers Philip and Thomas Scrubb, as well as Dan Penner, who was a redshirt last season.

What separates this program from others is the culture,” he says. “And I don’t just mean the culture of one particular team, but the culture that Ravens alumni began and have left in our hands to continue. The standard is set high and people are held accountable when they don’t meet the standard.

Elliot Thompson Carleton Universit y Health Science ram Prog Spor t Basketball Position Guard Hometow n Fredericton, New Brunswick

Kevin Churchill, 3rd year Forward

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Left to right: Front: Philip Scrubb, Gael Kanza, Michael Kenny, Willy Manigat, Elliot Thompson, Mehdi Tihami Middle: Aaron Blakely (manager), Ben Ryan (manager), Gavin Resch, Thomas Scrubb, Cole Hobin, Greg Faulkner, Danny Naoufal (assistant coach), Bruce Marshall (therapist), Dave Smart (head coach) Back: Rob Smart Jr. (assistant coach), Shawn McCleery (assistant coach), Tyson Hinz, Dan Penner, Aaron Chapman, Kevin Churchill, Kyle Smendziuk, Nathaniel Timm, Dean Petridis (assistant coach)

   

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Position: Guard Height: 6-0 Weight: 175 Eligibility Year: 5

Position: Guard Height: 6-1 Weight: 190 Eligibility Year: 1

Program: Business Law

Program: Law

Hometown: Ottawa, ON

Hometown: Scarborough, ON

Last Team: Ravens

Last Team: Ravens

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Position: Guard Height: 6-4 Weight: 195 Eligibility Year: 4

Position: Forward Height: 6-5 Weight: 190 Eligibility Year: 2

Program: Health Science

Program: Health Science

Hometown: Fredericton, NB

Hometown: Kingston, ON

Last Team: Ravens

Last Team: Ravens

   



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Position: Guard Height: 5-11 Weight: 180 Eligibility Year: 4

Position: Forward Height: 6-5 Weight: 205 Eligibility Year: 3

Program: Political Science

Program: Aerospace Engineering

Hometown: Montreal, QC

Hometown: Kanata, ON

Last Team: Ravens

Last Team: Ravens

2010 – 2011 Carleton University Ravens

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Position: Forward Height: 6-5 Weight: 185 Eligibility Year: 1

Position: Guard Height: 6-6 Weight: 195 Eligibility Year: 4

Program: Neuroscience

Program: Law

Hometown: Vancouver, BC

Hometown: Ashton, ON

Last Team: Ravens

Last Team: Ravens

    

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Position: Guard Height: 6-3 Weight: 170 Eligibility Year: 1

Position: Forward Height: 6-7 Weight: 210 Eligibility Year: 3

Program: Commerce

Program: Philosophy

Hometown: Richmond, BC

Hometown: Toronto, ON

Last Team: Vancouver College

Last Team: Ravens

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Position: Forward Height: 6-6 Weight: 203 Eligibility Year: 2

Position: Forward Height: 6-8 Weight: 210 Eligibility Year: 4

Program: Commerce

Program: Geography

Hometown: Ottawa, ON

Hometown: BloomďŹ eld, ON

Last Team: Ravens

Last Team: Ravens

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Position: Forward Height: 6-7 Weight: 215 Eligibility Year: 2

Position: Guard Height: 6-2 Weight: 178 Eligibility Year: 1

Program: Political Science

Program: Math/Physics

Hometown: Winnipeg, MB

Hometown: Ottawa, ON

Last Team: Ravens

Last Team: St. Matthew’s





   

 

   

Position: Guard Height: 6-2 Weight: 175 Eligibility Year: 1

Position: Forward Height: 6-8 Weight: 211 Eligibility Year: 1

Program: Commerce

Program: Information Technology

Hometown: Ottawa, ON

Hometown: Maple, ON

Last Team: Colonel By

Last Team: Richmond Hill Raiders

2010 – 2011 Carleton University Ravens


   

Men’s Head Coach

Smart is entering his 12th year as head coach of the men’s basketball team. In 11 years at the helm of the program, his regular and post-season record stands at an outstanding 288 wins and only 29 losses. He has earned CIS Coach of the Year honours three times along the way, as well as five OUA East Coach of the Year nods. With Smart at the helm, the team has won six OUA Championships and six CIS Final 8 National Championships in the past eight years, including five straight. Smart also served as an assistant coach with the 2008 Canadian Senior Men’s National Team.

Rob Smart Jr.

Dean Petridis

Shawn McCleery

Danny Naoufal

Bruce Marshall

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

Therapist

Andy Stewart

Harinder Ghuman

Aaron Blakely

Ben Ryan

Strength and Conditioning Coach

Nutritionist

Manager

Manager

Dave Smart



Taffe Charles Women’s Head Coach

Charles is a former standout Ravens athlete who played for Carleton from 1990-1995. He began his coaching career as an assistant with the Carleton women’s program in 1995 before moving over to the men’s program in 1998. He went on to win five CIS national championships as an assistant coach before returning to the women’s program as head coach in 2007. Charles was named the 2009-2010 OUA East Coach of the Year after the Ravens finished atop the OUA East division with a record of 18-4 and reached the OUA East final for the first time in the program’s history.

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Sarah Kennedy

Assistant Coach

Assistant Coach

Anne Boneschanker Assistant Coach

Herb Thompson

Gabrielle Léger

Strength and Conditioning Coach

Therapist

2010 – 2011 Carleton University Ravens


  After being just steps away from advancing to the national championship last season, the Carleton University Ravens women’s basketball team enters the 2010-11 campaign with the hopes of winning a national title.

CARLETON

RAVENS

The team ended the 2009-2010 regular season with an 18-4 record, marking the most successful finish in the history of the program. The Ravens had a great playoff run, reaching the OUA East final for the first time in the program’s history. But the uOttawa Gee-Gees came away victorious and ended the Ravens’ season. “We were a very young team last year and although we only lose one starter, we will be even younger this year,” says 2009-2010 OUA East Coach of the Year, Taffe Charles. “That being said, we will probably be more talented than the year before which is a good reason to be optimistic about our chances this year.”

The Ravens have lost some leadership on and off the court this season as fifth-year forward Ines Jelic graduated in June. While the Ravens will miss Jelic’s presence, most of the team’s core is returning for the 2010-11 season. Fourth-year forward Ashleigh Cleary and fifth-year guard Courtney Smith will be looked to to provide some leadership to the young Raven team. Ravens guard and 2009-2010 OUA East First Team All-Star, Alyson Bush, is looking for another solid year on the court. She was the Ravens leading scorer last season, sinking 218 points in 22 games, an average of 9.9 points per game. Jessica Resch, the 2009-2010 OUA East Rookie of the Year, will look to build on her impressive start to her career with the Ravens. In her first season on the squad, the Orleans, Ont. native notched 168 points and pulled down 95 rebounds. The Ravens will welcome three new faces this year: guard Krista Van Slingerland, post Genavieve Melatti and forward Darcy Hawkins. Each one brings a strong skill set to Carleton’s lineup and Charles says they will be given the opportunity to get some good playing time this season.

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Being a member of the Carleton Ravens Women’s Basketball Team solidifies the reasons why I love the sport. The competitive nature, dedication to the team and the passion for winning separates Carleton from other universities, and are some of the reasons I chose to be a Raven. As a player, the support we receive from our community and athletic program is above and beyond any expectations I had. Bailey Lomas, 5th year Guard

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2010 – 2011 Carleton University Ravens




Left to right: Front: Jennifer Stoqua, Courtney Smith, Alyson Bush, Elizabeth Roach, Bailey Lomas Middle: Anthony Carter (assistant coach), Kendall MacLeod, Jessica Resch, Krista Van Slingerland, Beryl Mefful, Sarah Kennedy (assistant coach), Anne Boneschanker (assistant coach) Back: Taffe Charles (head coach), Darcy Hawkins, Ashleigh Cleary, Genavieve Melatti, Herb Thompson (strength and conditioning coach)

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Position: Guard Height: 5-9 Eligibility Year: 5

Position: Guard Height: 5-7 Eligibility Year: 5

Program: Criminology

Program: Psychology

Hometown: Ottawa, ON

Hometown: Calgary, AB

Last Team: Ravens

Last Team: Ravens

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Position: Guard Height: 5-10 Eligibility Year: 2

Position: Guard Height: 5-9 Eligibility Year: 3

Program: Psychology

Program: Psychology

Hometown: Orleans, ON

Hometown: Brockville, ON

Last Team: Ravens

Last Team: Ravens

2010 – 2011 Carleton University Ravens

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Position: Forward Height: 5-11 Eligibility Year: 4

Position: Guard Height: 5-8 Eligibility Year: 2

Program: Geography

Program: Political Science

Hometown: Kemptville, ON

Hometown: Ottawa, ON

Last Team: Ravens

Last Team: Ravens

   

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Position: Guard Height: 5-4 Eligibility Year: 2

Position: Forward Height: 6-0 Eligibility Year: 1

Program: Commerce

Program: Women’s Studies

Hometown: Ottawa, ON

Hometown: Merrickville, ON

Last Team: Ravens

Last Team: Kanata Cavaliers

  

  

Position: Forward Height: 6-1 Eligibility Year: 1

Position: Forward Height: 5-11 Eligibility Year: 1

Program: Environmental Engineering

Program: Law

Hometown: Brampton, ON

Hometown: Brampton, ON

Last Team: Guelph CYO

Last Team: St. Edmund Campion

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