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OUA DIRECTORY SPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR Taylor Curran Tel: (905)-635-5510 ext.204 taylor.curran@oua.ca

COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER ONTARIO UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS 3305 Harvester Road, Unit 2 Burlington, ON L7N 3N2 Tel: (905) 635-5510 Fax: (905) 635-5820 www.oua.ca @OUAsport

Chris Verlaan Tel: (905)-635-5510 ext. 207 chris.verlaan@oua.ca

PRESIDENT Peter Baxter Tel: (519) 884-0710 ext. 2216 pbaxter@wlu.ca

U SPORTS

Gord Grace Tel: (905) 635-7470 gord.grace@oua.ca

45 Vogell Road, Suite 701 Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3P6 Tel: (905) 508-3000 Fax: (905) 508-4221 www.usports.ca

DIRECTOR OF SPONSORSHIP

MEDIA RELATIONS

David Frizzell Tel: (905)-635-5510 ext. 209 david.frizzell@oua.ca

Ken Saint-Eloy Manager, Communications Tel: (905) 508-3000 ksainteloy@universitysport.ca

CEO

SENIOR SPORT OPERATIONS COORDINATOR Matt Hill Tel: (905)-635-5510 ext. 206 matt.hill@oua.ca


OUA Staff Directory.............................................................................................................. 2 U Sports Media Contact.................................................................................................... 2 OUA Tie-Breaking Procedures....................................................................................... 4 FIBA Rules .................................................................................................................................. 4 Team Information Algoma Thunderbirds.............................................................................6-9 Brock Badgers.....................................................................................12-15 Carleton Ravens..................................................................................18-21 Guelph Gryphons................................................................................22-25 Lakehead Thunderwolves..............................................................26-29 Laurentian Voyageurs.....................................................................30-33 Laurier Golden Hawks.....................................................................36-39 McMaster Marauders....................................................................40-43 Nipissing Lakers..................................................................................44-47 Ottawa Gee-Gees................................................................................48-51 Queen’s Gaels.......................................................................................52-55 Ryerson Rams.....................................................................................56-59 Toronto Varsity Blues......................................................................62-65 Waterloo Warriors...........................................................................66-69 Western Mustangs..........................................................................72-75 Windsor Lancers...............................................................................76-79 York Lions...............................................................................................80-83 Men’s Information 2016-17 Standings, Playoff Stats and Player Stats.....86-87 Past OUA Champions..............................................................................88 2016-17 Awards.......................................................................................89 2016-17 All Stars.....................................................................................90 OUA Record Book......................................................................................91 Women’s Information 2016-17 Standings, Playoff Stats and Player Stats............94-95 Past OUA Champions..............................................................................96 2016-17 Awards.......................................................................................97 2016-17 All Stars.....................................................................................98 OUA Record Book......................................................................................99


OUA TIE BREAKING PROCEDURES

TIE BREAKING PROCEDURES:

1. Most league wins (if the teams have played the same number of games). 2. Record in head-to-head competition (if all teams involved in the tie have played each other at least once). 3. Point difference in head-to-head competition (if all teams involved in the tie have played each other at least once). 4. Record in games within the division. 5. Record in games against common opponents. 6. Record in games against each of the other teams in the division, starting at the top of the standing and continuing in descending order. 7. Point difference in games within the division. 8. Point difference in games against common opponents. 9. Point difference in games against the highest divisional opponent not involved in the tie. 10. Point difference in games against the second-highest divisional opponent not involved in the tie. 11. If the tie persists, repeat Step 10 using the other teams in the division in descending order until the tie is broken. 12. Total point difference. 13. Coin toss (if two teams are tied) or drawing of lots (if more than two teams are tied).

number of games against each other, the difference is NOT weighted to compensate for the number of games played. Any weighting would magnify the differences apparent in the number of games played. NOTE: When the above system separates one or more teams from the other, those teams shall be ranked accordingly and any remaining ties shall be broken by reverting to Step 1 of the appropriate system.

RULE

FIBA RULES

Duration

4 quarters of 10 minutes each.

Intervals of Play

15-minute half time; 2 minutes between each quarter.

Starting Each Half

Jump ball only to start the game. Possession arrows for the rest.

Substitutions

Permitted during clock stoppage. Free throw situations - Prior to first shot and before ball at disposal of thrower-in following last shot (if successful) or if to be followed by throw-in at free throw line extended or at mid-court. Last 2 minutes of second half, subs permitted for team scored upon.

Timeouts

Must be requested at scorer’s table by the coach or assistant coach. Granted at the next stoppage of play, or if scored upon, or after last successful free throw or after free throw followed by throw-in at free throw line extended or at mid-court No timeout between free throws. Timeout is 1 minute in duration - warning at 50 seconds. One timeout per overtime.

Timing

Clock stops last 2 minutes of second half & extra periods on made field goals.

Shot Clock Reset

Resets to 24 when: - Ball hits rim - Change of possessions - Score - Technical stoppage, no advantage - Injury to opponent - All fouls (except double and cancellation of equal penalities and same team gets throw-in) - All violations by defence (except out of bounds) Resets to 14 when: - A front court defensive foul occurs if no free throws and less than 14 seconds is displayed.

Shot Clock

Ball must be released prior to sounding of horn and subsequently hit rim. Clock begins on throw-ins after offensive or defensive touch and on player control after a rebound.

Penalty (Bonus)

2 shots starting on the 5th team foul in each quarter.

DEFINITIONS: 1. Record is determined by calculating the winning percentage as follows: • If there are no ties (Basketball): Wins/ Games Played 2. For the purpose of this rule, “division” is defined as the basis on which playoff positions are determined. If playoff positions are determined on a league-wide basis, then the league is to be considered one “division” for the purposes of the rule, regardless of the number of divisions that may exist for scheduling or other purposes. 3. Point difference is calculated by taking the number of points (goals, runs, etc.) score by a team, and subtracting the number of points (goals, runs, etc.) allowed by a team. When point difference is to break a tie between teams who have played an unequal

FIBA 2017-2018 SEASON


TH MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The Algoma Thunderbirds finished out the 2016-17 season at 5-15 in the OUA West. Despite the loss of the Clendinning brothers, Head Coach Thomas Cory has been busy recruiting in the off season. Five new recruits join the lineup, including key recruit Pedro Costa from Portugal. Costa played for the Portuguese National Team at the FIBA U18 and U16 Championships. Leading up to the season, the Thunderbirds sealed two victories over the Lakehead Thunderwolves.

“We are excited for the season ahead of us and feel we can take the next steps as a program this year. We have a great group back that has shown great strides over the last few weeks before the season begins,” – Thomas Cory, Head Coach

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University in

Algoma U 1520 Quee Sault Ste. M Tel. 705.9 Fax. 705.9 Web. www.algoma

Direc

Mark Kon Tel. 705.949.23 Email. mark.kontula

Sports Info Key Losses: Sean Clendinning Key Returns: Cailum White, Jermaine Lyle, Reng Gum, Nathan Riley Key Recruits: : Pedro Costa, Jamari Stephenson, Tyrel O’Brien, Deon Whiteside

Meagha Tel. 705.949.23 Email. meaghan.k

Men’s Ba

Head Coach: T Tel. 705.949.23 Email. thomas.co

Women’s B

Head Coach: Tel. 705.949.23 Email. ryan.vetri

Home C

George Lea Capacit


A M O ALG S D R I B R E D HUN

Facts:

nformation:

Univeristy en Street E. Marie, ON 949.2301 946.7252 athunderbirds.ca

WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The 2016-17 season was the best to date for the Algoma Thunderbirds since joining the OUA. The squad started off on a high note with a big win over the Number 1 ranked team in the nation, the Carleton Ravens. The upset was ranked one of the top 10 moments in the OUA in 2016. Algoma finished out the season at 4-16.

ctor:

ntulainen 301 ext. 4510 ainen@algomau.ca

ormation:

“We will look to improve from last year. With some key perimeter losses, players will have to step up.” - Ryan Vetrie, Head Coach

an Kent 301 ext. 4121 kent@algomau.ca

asketball:

Thomas Cory 301 ext. 4518 ory@algomau.ca

Basketball:

Ryan Vetrie 301 ext. 4510 ie@algomau.ca

Court:

ach Centre ty: 850

Key Losses: Karissa Kajorinne, Carriera Lamoureux Key Returns: Sydney Resch, Jamerka Martin, Mairead Dunn Key Recruits: Kendra Cole, Darryn Lindquist, Cassandra Cushnie


TH 2017-18 SCHEDULE 2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 7 11 22 2 10 23 34 9 4 8 6 13 3 24

NAME Pedro Costa Damian Okungbowa Jermaine Lyle Nikola Zorcic Ian Nash Brandon Dwyer Trevor Schulz Cailum White Jamari Stephenson Milan Acimovic Nathan Riley Reng Gum Elijah Butler TyrelObrian

POS. G G G G G G F G G F F F F F

HT. 6’3 6’1 6’2 6’0 6’1 6’3 6’5 6’3 6’5 6’5 6’4 6’8 6’5 6’4

YR. 1 2 3 3 4 2 3 5 1 1 3 5 4 1

MAJOR Business Business Law & Justice Business CESD Business Business Business Law & Justice Business Geography Business Psychology Business

THUNDERBIRDS BEST....

HOMETOWN Lisbon, Portugal Brampton Kitchener Winnipeg Detriot Markham Vancouver Victoria Kitchener Toronto Kitchener Surrey Hawaii Toronto

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Jermaine Lyle, Cailum White, Ian Nash, Pedro Costa

Brandon Dwyer, Damian Okungbowa, Nathan Riley

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Ian Nash, Jermaine Lyle, Pedro Cosa, Reng Gum

Pedro Costa, Ian Nash

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Nathan Riley, Reng Gum, Elijah Butler

Pedro Costa, Ian Nash, Nathan Riley

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO.

NAME

2 Nikola Zorcic 3 Elijah Butler 5 Ian Nash 6 Nathan Riley 7 Jacob Clendinning 8 Adam Benrabah 9 Cailum White 10 Sean Clendinning 12 Taylor Smith 13 Reng Gum 22 Jermaine Lyle 23 Brandon Dwyer 24 Nicholas Gehlen 25 Nicholas Palazzi 34 Damian Okungbowa

GP

MIN FG

PCT

3PT

12 14 8 19 13 17 19 20 7 20 20 18 7 7 14

90 205 113 544 207 313 364 540 37 531 561 201 55 62 140

33.3 34.1 38.3 35.7 30.0 36.4 37.2 33.9 12.5 45.3 32.6 33.3 38.1 47.1 40.0

5-13 38.5 0-1 0.0 6-12 50.0 0-0 - 11-35 31.4 20-63 31.7 33-99 33.3 15-66 22.7 1-7 14.3 2-10 20.0 31-120 25.8 4-16 25.0 1-3 33.3 4-9 44.4 8-19 42.1

7-21 30-88 18-47 41-115 18-60 44-121 42-113 82-242 1-8 53-117 72-221 15-45 8-21 8-17 24-60

PCT

FT 2-6 23-34 9-17 46-87 7-13 30-42 5-7 52-63 0-0 32-44 17-27 10-14 7-12 2-4 15-20

OCTOBER Fri. 27 Sat. 28

Ryerson Toronto

8:00 PM 8:00 PM

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ Ottawa Sat. 4 @ Carleton Fri. 10 Queen’s Sat. 11 York Fri. 17 Lakehead Fri. 18 Lakehead Fri. 24 @ Nipissing Sat. 25 @ Laurentian

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

JANUARY Fri. 5 @ Waterloo Sat. 6 @ Waterloo Fri. 12 Brock Sat. 13 Brock Fri. 19 @ Laurier Sat. 20 @ Laurier Fri. 26 Western Sat. 27 Western

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

FEBRUARY Fri. 2 @ Guelph Sat. 3 @ Guelph Fri. 9 Windsor Sat. 10 Windsor Fri. 16 @ McMaster Sat. 17 @ McMaster

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

PCT

OFF

DEF REB AST TO

33.3 67.6 52.9 52.9 53.8 71.4 71.4 82.5 72.7 63.0 71.4 58.3 50.0 75.0

3 22 2 54 4 10 9 18 0 39 16 12 3 3 2

3 41 13 90 20 34 25 25 6 74 50 16 10 6 15

6 4 10 63 6 9 15 4 12 144 39 44 24 19 21 44 7 23 34 12 10 43 34 38 6 2 1 113 17 36 66 28 38 28 6 10 13 2 3 9 0 2 17 3 16

STL BLK POINTS 4 0 4 3 12 0 20 24 11 0 18 4 8 0 24 5 3 0 16 21 21 2 1 1 0 1 2 0 8 0

21 83 51 128 54 138 122 231 3 140 192 44 24 22 71


A M O ALG S D R I B R E D HUN 2017-18 SCHEDULE 2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 10 9 23 15 22 33 5 21 12 07 13 03 25

NAME Sydney Resch KarlyFracalanza MarleeBall MaireadDunn Jamerka Martin Rebecca Wylie Karina Cole Kendra Cole Farah Alfar Cassandra Cushnie Darryn Lindquist Madison Cameron Sawyer Fischer

POS. HT. G 5’5 W 5’10 W 5’11 C 6’1 G 5’8 W 5’10 G 5’9 C 6’0 G 5’7 G 5’7 G 5’8 W 5’10 P 5’11

YR. 5 2 3 5 5 2 4 3 1 1 1 3 1

THUNDERBIRDS BEST....

MAJOR Business Psycology Law & Justice Law & Justice Social Work Biology Mathematics Fine Arts Business Law & Justice CSD Social Work History

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Karina Cole

Darryn Lindquist

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Jamerka Martin

Sydney Resch

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Mairead Dunn

Sydney Resch

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

3 Stephanie Labbe 3 5 Karina Cole 19 7 Carriera Lamoureux 19 9 Karly Fracalanza 16 10 Sydney Resch 19 12 Alyssa Dovigi 9 13 Karissa Kajorinne 20 15 Mairead Dunn 19 22 Jamerka Martin 11 23 Marlee Ball 20 33 Rebecca Wylie 20

OCTOBER Fri. 27 Sat. 28 HOMETOWN Guelph Sarnia Waterdown Kitchner Milwaukee London Lincoln Lincoln Aurora Markham Markham Calgary Wallaceburg

PCT FT

Ryerson Toronto

6:00 PM 6:00 PM

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ Ottawa Sat. 4 @ Carleton Fri. 10 Queen’s Sat. 11 York Fri. 17 Lakehead Fri. 18 Lakehead Fri. 24 @ Nipissing Sat. 25 @ Laurentian

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

JANUARY Fri. 5 @ Waterloo Sat. 6 @ Waterloo Fri. 12 Brock Sat. 13 Brock Fri. 19 @ Laurier Sat. 20 @ Laurier Fri. 26 Western Sat. 27 Western

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

FEBRUARY Fri. 2 @ Guelph Sat. 3 @ Guelph Fri. 9 Windsor Sat. 10 Windsor Fri. 16 @ McMaster Sat. 17 @ McMaster

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

14 0-3 441 56-170 519 38-108 360 32-95 473 45-135 176 5-25 542 62-175 368 40-119 270 28-92 387 31-126 273 26-63

0.0 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 0 32.9 33-92 35.9 17-21 81.0 18 50 68 20 46 20 4 162 35.2 14-43 32.6 36-45 80.0 26 63 89 13 36 26 1 126 33.7 12-43 27.9 21-27 77.8 9 42 51 13 30 10 6 97 33.3 22-67 32.8 15-18 83.3 8 46 54 30 44 22 0 127 20.0 4-14 28.6 8-9 88.9 6 20 26 10 13 2 0 22 35.4 38-107 35.5 16-17 94.1 5 66 71 35 65 23 5 178 33.6 0-0 - 27-47 57.4 30 75 105 5 45 11 32 107 30.4 11-30 36.7 21-30 70.0 5 35 40 13 46 20 2 88 24.6 3-31 9.7 10-13 76.9 12 57 69 19 30 7 5 75 41.3 0-1 0.0 28-45 62.2 28 50 78 6 29 9 2 80

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS


MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The Brock University men’s basketball team will be one of the top team’s in the country this season led by fifth year head coach Charles Kissi. The Badgers finished the 2016-17 with their best finish since 2008 capturing OUA bronze and just missing out on a berth to Nationals. This season, the team have their eyes set on an OUA and USPORTS Championship. Brock returns four of five starters from last season, highlighted by the duo of OUA All-Stars Dani Elgadi (14.7 PPG, 10.3 RPG) and Johneil Simpson (13.2 PPG, 4.6 RPG). Also returning are third year point guard Tyler Brown (7.5 PPG, 3.4 APG) and second year forward Daniel Cayer (8.5 PPG, 5.4 RPG). Cassidy Ryan (9.0 PPG), 3.3 RPG) will replace graduate Ryan Bennett as the fifth starter for the Badgers in 2017-18. The Badgers also have a deeper bench this season which includes returnees Michael Asemota and Mitch Saunders along with transfers Patrick Pilato and 7-foot-1 Donald Mims. Brock also had a strong recruiting class adding six true freshman in Godsman Kwakwah, Kascius Small-Martin, Noah Lapierre, Ibrahim Ngom, Djibril Ngom and Daniel Caldwell.

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University in

Brock Un 500 Glenrid St. Cathar Tel. 905.6 Fax. 905.6 Web. www.go

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Neil Lum Tel. 905.688.55 Email. nlumsde

Sports Info “We have our eyes set on reaching Nationals this season. We have a very strong core of returning players with senior leadership to go along with a talented young freshman class. This one of the most exciting teams I have had the opportunity to coach and 2017-18 will be a great season for the Badgers and our fans. the Best Fans in Canada.”

– Charles Kissi, Head Coach Key Losses: Ryan Bennett, Nolan Mackenzie Key Returns: Dani Elgadi , Johneil Simpson, Cassidy Ryan, Tyler Brown, Daniel Cayer Key Recruits: Kascius Small-Martin, Donald Mims, Godsman Kwakwah

Shawn W Tel. 905.688.55 Email. swhitele

Men’s Ba

Head Coach: C Tel. 905.688.55 Email. ckissi@

Women’s B

Head Coach: Ash Tel. 905.688.55 Email. amacspor

Home C

Bob Davis G Capacity


K C O R B S R E G BAD

Facts:

nformation:

niversity dge Avenue rines, ON 688.5550 688.0541 obadgers.ca

ctor:

msden 550 ext. 5885 en@brocku.ca

ormation:

Whiteley 550 ext. 4506 ey@brocku.ca

WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The Brock University women’s basketball team, under second year head coach Ashley MacSporran, returns four players from a year ago with eight new faces on the 2017-18 roster. Returning players include forward Shannon Northey (3.6 PPG, 4.2 RPG) and guards Bailie Campbell (7.0 PPG, 3.1 RPG), Ana Caldeira Rua (1.9 PPG, 2.3 RPG) and Allie Columbus (1.9 PPG, 2.3 RPG).

The Badgers have added three transfers in Stephanie Findlay, Brooke Murdoch and Courtney McPherson all who will make an immediate impact. Brock also has a strong incoming freshman class which includes Kristan Gallant, Lauren Zonneveld, Ieva Sukeviciute, Miranda Smith and Ginny Cape. In 2016-17, the Badgers finished with an 8-11 record in the OUA Central Division, good for second place in the division, despite a number of key injuries.

asketball:

Charles Kissi 550 ext. 3301 @brocku.ca

Basketball:

hley MacSporran 550 ext. 3890 rran@brocku.ca

Court:

Gymnasium y: 1,200

Key Losses: Melissa Tatti, Kira Cornelissen, Bridget Atkinson, Alex Symonds

Key Returns: Baelie Campbell, Ana Caldeira Rua, Shannon Northey

Key Recruits: Stephanie Findlay, Brooke Murdoch, Courtney McPherson, Kristin Gallant


2017-18 SCHEDULE 2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 1 2 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 21 22 23 25 32 33 35

NAME Ibrahim Ngom Noah Lapierre Godsman Kwakwah Kascius Small-Martin Patrick Pilato Johneil Simpson Dani Elgadi Daniel Caldwell Daniel Cayer Djibril Ngom Mitch Saunders Frank Agyemang Tyler Brown Donald Mims Micheal Asemota Cassidy Ryan

POS. YR. G 1 G 1 F 1 G 1 G 3 G 4 F 5 G 1 F 2 G 1 F 3 F 1 G 3 F 3 G 2 F 4

HT.. 6-3 5-11 6-6 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-7 6-1 6-6 6-3 6-6 6-6 6-1 7-1 6-3 6-7

BADGERS BEST....

MAJOR Social Science Kinesiology Social Science Sport Management Political Science

HOMETOWN Montreal, QC Sudbury, ON Montreal, QC Toronto, ON St. Catharines, ON Media & Communication Studies Toronto, ON Humanities Waterloo, ON Sport Management Toronto, ON Recreation & Leisure Studies Montreal, QC Social Science Montreal, QC Sport Management Oakville, ON Social Science Brampton, ON Outdoor Recreation Hamilton, ON Recreation & Leisure Studies Sacramento, CA Business Communications Brampton, ON Physical Education Mississauga, ON

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Johneil Simpson, Dani Elgadi, Michael Asemota

Daniel Cayer, Michael Asemota

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Dani Elgadi, Johneil Simpson

Tyler Brown, Michael Asemota

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Dani Elgadi, Cassidy Ryan

Tyler Brown, Michael Asemota

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

01 Elijah Green 02 Nolan Mackenzie 09 Daniel Cayer 10 Michael Asemoto 11 Johneil Simpson 13 Dani Elgadi 14 Ryan Bennett 15 Mo Ismail 21 Trevor Thompson 22 Mitch Saunders 25 Tyler Brown 32 Tristan Thompson 35 Cassidy Ryan

5 18 19 19 19 19 19 17 19 10 19 14 19

20 1-6 16.7 1-5 175 12-44 27.3 2-17 456 58-139 41.7 9-25 252 18-61 29.5 5-26 479 95-204 46.6 36-89 571 106-192 55.2 10-23 469 64-147 43.5 24-66 114 13-40 32.5 5-21 372 34-97 35.1 0-2 22 0-3 0.0 0-0 502 50-128 39.1 13-48 45 3-7 42.9 0-0 324 69-149 46.3 1-8

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

OCTOBER Wed. 25 Sat. 28

Western Laurier

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ York Sat. 4 @ Queen’s Wed. 8 @ Ryerson Fri. 10 @ Toronto Fri. 17 Nipissing Sat. 18 Laurentian Fri. 24 McMaster DECEMBER Fri. 1 Ottawa Sat. 2 Carleton JANUARY Sat. 6 @ McMaster Fri. 12 @ Algoma Sat. 13 @ Algoma Fri. 19 @ Guelph Sat. 20 Windsor Wed. 24 Guelph Sat. 27 Waterloo Wed. 31 @ Laurier FEBRUARY Sat. 3 @ Waterloo Fri. 9 Lakehead Sat. 10 Lakehead Wed. 14 @ Western Sat.17 @ Windsor

8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 2:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM TBA

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

20.0 0-0 - 0 3 3 2 11.8 9-10 90.0 4 19 23 11 36.0 37-57 64.9 40 63 103 25 19.2 18-29 62.1 24 27 51 16 40.4 24-31 77.4 15 73 88 19 43.5 58-80 72.5 52 143 195 59 36.4 23-30 76.7 14 42 56 28 23.8 6-7 85.7 4 15 19 8 0.0 34-43 79.1 11 30 41 21 - 1-2 50.0 0 1 1 0 27.1 30-45 66.7 10 58 68 65 - 1-4 25.0 3 4 7 1 12.5 32-42 76.2 27 36 63 17

1 1 3 3 10 8 0 35 31 20 3 162 14 11 0 59 33 21 5 250 74 18 28 280 32 9 2 175 12 3 1 37 22 6 2 102 5 0 0 1 41 40 3 143 3 1 0 7 35 5 3 171


K C O R B S R E G BAD 2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 3 4 5 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 22

NAME Ginny Cape Brooke Murdoch Ana Caldeira Rua Allie Columbus Miranda Smith Shannon Northey Lauren Zonneveld Ieva Sukeviciute Kristin Gallant Stephanie Findlay Baelie Campbell Courtney Mcpherson

POS. HT. F 6-4 G 5-7 G 5-7 G 5-7 G 5-9 C 6-3 G 5-7 F 6-0 G 5-7 F 5-10 G 5-8 F 5-10

YR. 1 5 2 3 1 2 1 1 1 2 3 4

BADGERS BEST....

MAJOR Teacher Education Kinesiology Economics Kinesiology Medical Sciences Teacher Education Accounting Kinesiology Psychology Teacher Education Business Social Sciences

HOMETOWN Calgary, AB Welland, ON Lisbon, Portugal Flamborough, ON Welland, ON Mississauga, ON Guelph, ON Oakville, ON Halifax, NS Oakville, ON Halifax, NS Welland, ON

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Stephanie Findlay, Bailie Campbell, Ana Caldeira Rua

Baelie Campbell, Brooke Murdoch

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Stephanie Findlay, Shannon Northey

Ana Caldeira Rua

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Shannon Northey, Courtney McPherson

Ana Caldeira Rua

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

3 Ana Caldeira Rua 18 4 Allie Columbus 15 5 Bridget Atkinson 19 6 Adonaelle Mousambote - 7 Shannon Northey 18 9 Alex Symonds 18 11 Melissa Tatti 18 12 Christine Sirignano 3 14 Jessica Morris 16 15 Baelie Campbell 19 22 Kira Cornelissen 12

PCT FT

2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Wed. 25 Sat. 28

Western Laurier

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ York Sat. 4 @ Queen’s Wed. 8 @ Ryerson Fri. 10 @ Toronto Fri. 17 Nipissing Sat. 18 Laurentian Fri. 24 McMaster DECEMBER Fri. 1 Ottawa Sat. 2 Carleton JANUARY Sat. 6 @ McMaster Fri. 12 @ Algoma Sat. 13 @ Algoma Fri. 19 @ Guelph Sat. 20 Windsor Wed. 24 Guelph Sat. 27 Waterloo Wed. 31 @ Laurier FEBRUARY Sat. 3 @ Waterloo Fri. 9 Lakehead Sat. 10 Lakehead Wed. 14 @ Western Sat.17 @ Windsor

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

242 12-47 218 9-50 580 111-253 - 0-0 255 25-73 535 57-143 661 88-227 64 6-19 383 29-63 497 49-128 394 88-203

25.5 3-15 20.0 8-13 61.5 12 30 42 17 35 6 0 35 18.0 0-4 0.0 10-17 58.8 7 27 34 10 27 2 4 28 43.9 0-6 0.0 51-65 78.5 39 72 111 62 50 29 15 273 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 34.2 0-0 - 14-21 66.7 29 47 76 7 14 6 12 64 39.9 3-17 17.6 22-39 56.4 23 65 88 26 43 12 2 139 38.8 34-104 32.7 39-51 76.5 21 34 55 82 54 60 0 249 31.6 2-6 33.3 3-3 100.0 1 2 3 0 1 4 0 17 46.0 14-38 36.8 4-6 66.7 11 44 55 21 28 8 1 76 38.3 15-46 32.6 20-27 74.1 16 42 58 21 29 8 5 133 43.3 1-3 33.3 63-89 70.8 31 93 124 19 40 13 20 240

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

6:00 PM 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 12:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM TBA


MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

Carleton enters 2017-18 having won seven consecutive national championships with a chance to break the U SPORTS record currently shared with the Victoria Vikes of 1980s later this season. It will be an interesting year of transition at Carleton as the Ravens are facing the difficult task of replacing four graduating seniors in national player of the year Connor Wood, All-Canadian point guard Kaza Kajami-Keane, lights-out shooter Joe Rocca and OUA All-Star big man Ryan Ejim. While Carleton tends to reload instead of rebuild, the Ravens will be looking for new leadership to emerge this season. Fifth-year forward Cam Smythe will captain the side into battle as the team goes for national championship No. 14. Seniors Mitch Wood and Mitch Jackson will be counted on for versatility, while the talented junior class of Marcus Anderson, Yasiin Joseph, Stanley Mayambo and TJ Lall will need to put up big numbers while adopting new leadership roles. U SPORTS All-Rookie team member Eddie Ekiyor will be essential to the team’s success, as his sheer size and skill in the paint make him one of the toughest matchups in the entire country. Throw eight-time national coach of the year Dave Smart into the mix, and you have a very dangerous contender. Despite entering the new season with plenty of question marks and holes to fill in the lineup, there is no doubt the Ravens will be back to compete for another national crown in 2017-18.

“It’s a rebuilding year at Carleton, but we are hopeful of finding our comfort zone by second semester. The majority of our players are in unfamiliar roles and we have had to fill a number of major holes at various positions after graduating four key players. It is difficult to predict where we will be at the end of this season.” – Dave Smart, Head Coach Key Losses: Connor Wood, Kaza Kajami-Keane, Ryan Ejim, Joe Rocca Key Returns: Eddie Ekiyor, Emmanuel Owootoah, Yasiin Joseph, Marcus Anderson Key Recruits: Troy Reid-Knight, Jean Louis, Munis Tutu

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University in

Carleton U 1125 Colo Ottawa Tel. 613.5 Fax. 613.5 Web. www.g

Direc

Jennifer B Tel. 613.520.26 Email. jennifer.bren

Sports Info

Taylor P Tel. 613.520.26 Email. taylor.prich

Men’s Ba

Head Coach: Tel. 613.520.26 Email. dave.sma

Women’s B

Head Coach: T Tel. 613.520.26 Email. taffe.charl

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N O T E L CAR S N E V RA

Facts:

nformation:

University onel By Dr. a, ON 520.2600 520.4466 goravens.ca

ctor:

Brenning 600 ext. 8446 nning@carleton.ca

ormation:

Prichard 600 ext. 1917 hard@carleton.ca

asketball:

Dave Smart 600 ext. 1166 art@carleton.ca

Basketball:

Taffe Charles 600 ext. 1045 les@carleton.ca

Court:

s Nest y: 1,500

WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

Last year was a season of many firsts for the Ravens women’s basketball team. Carleton returns to the court in 2017-18 following the program’s most impressive season in school history. After dropping their first game of the season to Algoma, the Ravens stormed through the rest of the OUA schedule, entering the playoffs on an 18-game winning streak. After knocking off Laurier in the quarterfinal and McMaster in the semifinal, Carleton seized the moment by capturing the Critelli Cup with a victory over the host Queen’s Gaels for their first conference championship title. At the 2017 U SPORTS Women’s Final 8, Carleton was ranked No.1 at the tournament, where they blew past the host Victoria Vikes in the first round for their first national tournament win, before ultimately crashing out to the McGill Martlets in the semifinals. Despite the setback, a resilient Ravens team came back the following day and defeated the Queen’s Gaels for the bronze – the first-ever U SPORTS medal for the Ravens. With no graduating players and a dynamic lineup featuring some of the top talent in the country returning, there is no reason to believe that the Ravens cannot emulate last season’s success. Carleton’s outstanding front court trio of All-Canadian Heather Lindsay, U SPORTS Final 8 All-Star Catherine Traer and OUA All-Star Elizabeth Leblanc will lead the Ravens into battle this season. Experienced veterans Jenjen Abella, Nicole Gilmore and Steph Carr will be significant contributors at the guard positions, and will play a critical role in Carleton’s ability to get back to the Women’s Final 8 and challenge for a national title.

“Although we did not graduate anyone from last year’s roster, we must constantly remind ourselves that it is a new season. There is no doubt that we will have to overcome some adversity if we want to be amongst the best in the OUA.” – Taffe Charles, Head Coach Key Returns: Heather Lindsay, Catherine Traer, Elizabeth Leblanc, Jenjen Abella Key Recruits: Alyssa Cerino, Madison Reid, Emma Kiesekamp, Jacey Aikens


2017-18 SCHEDULE

2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 3 5 10 11 13 45 15 21 22 23 33 42 43 45 -

NAME Marcus Anderson Eman Owootoah Yasiin Joseph TJ Lall Munis Tutu Dontae Mitchell Mitch Jackson Cam Smythe Mitch Wood Stanley Mayambo William Kohler Eddie Ekiyor Jean Louis Dontae Mitchell Troy Reid-Knight

POS. YR.. G 3 G 4 G 3 F 3 G 3 G 1 F 4 C 5 G 4 G 3 F 2 F 2 G 1 G 1 G 4

HT.. 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-6 6-0 6-4 6-8 6-11 6-4 6-1 6-8 6-9 6-1 6-4 6-0

RAVENS BEST....

MAJOR Psychology Commerce Criminology Social Sciences Psychology Communication Commerce Arts Economics Health Sciences Neuroscience Psychology Psychology Communication Geography

HOMETOWN Brampton, ON Rexdale, ON Ottawa, ON Cambridge, ON Windsor, ON Vaughan, ON Regina, SK Vancouver, BC Guelph, ON Fredericton, NB Winnipeg, MB Ottawa, ON Saint-Laurent, QC Vaughan, ON Vaughan, ON

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Stanley Maymbo, Cam Smythe

Marcus Anderson, Mitch Wood

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Eddie Ekiyor, Yasiin Joseph

Emmanuel Owootoah, Marcus Anderson

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Eddie Ekiyor, Mitch Wood

Emmanuel Owootoah, Yasiin Joseph

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

03 Marcus Anderson 18 05 Emmanuel Owootoah 19 10 Connor Wood 19 11 TJ Lall 18 13 Yasiin Joseph 5 15 Mitch Jackson 13 21 Cam Smythe 17 22 Mitch Wood 17 23 Stanley Mayambo 19 31 Joe Rocca 19 33 William Kohler 1 41 Kaza Kajami-Keane 19 42 Eddie Ekiyor 19 43 Glenn Thelemaque - 45 Ryan Ejim 19

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Guelph Sat. 4 Algoma Fri. 10 @ Waterloo Sat. 11 @ Laurier Tue. 14 Ottawa Fri. 17 Windsor Sat. 18 Western Fri. 24 @ Lakehead DECEMBER Fri. 1 @ McMaster Sat. 2 @ Brock JANUARY Fri. 5 Ryerson Sat. 6 Toronto Fri. 12 @ Queen’s Sat. 13 @ York Fri. 19 Laurentian Sat. 20 Nipissing Fri. 26 @ Toronto Sat. 27 @ Ryerson FEBRUARY Fri. 2 @ Ottawa Fri. 9 @ Nipissing Sat. 10 @ Laurentian Fri. 16 York Sat. 17 Queen’s

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

409 29-73 39.7 15-48 31.3 17-25 68.0 24 43 67 29 15 20 6 90 357 51-125 40.8 21-57 36.8 12-17 70.6 11 21 32 71 38 35 1 125 512 128-252 50.8 76-151 50.3 32-42 76.2 20 66 86 51 45 18 3 364 184 33-62 53.2 6-14 42.9 12-13 92.3 13 23 36 7 4 11 6 84 29 8-14 57.1 0-3 0.0 2-2 100.0 2 9 11 12 5 1 0 18 67 9-16 56.3 0-0 - 5-7 71.4 12 13 25 6 3 0 3 23 142 24-52 46.2 6-22 27.3 5-6 83.3 25 24 49 4 7 3 7 59 300 30-67 44.8 3-10 30.0 11-15 73.3 31 52 83 11 13 14 1 74 241 32-61 52.5 26-46 56.5 11-15 73.3 7 26 33 9 7 12 0 101 328 63-139 45.3 37-82 45.1 29-34 85.3 31 57 88 21 16 9 0 192 23 1-4 25.0 1-3 33.3 2-2 100.0 1 7 8 1 0 1 0 5 474 117-226 51.8 25-68 36.8 36-47 76.6 13 65 78 99 47 20 1 295 403 77-131 58.8 0-1 0.0 26-42 61.9 38 84 122 16 16 17 13 180 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 336 52-83 62.7 1-1 100.0 23-39 59.0 36 61 97 8 13 15 5 128


N O T E L CAR S N E V RA 2017-18 SCHEDULE

2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22

NAME Jenjen Abella Stephanie Carr Alexandra Trivieri Jaclyn Ronson Alyssa Cerino Madison Reid Emma Kiesekamp Catherine Traer Brianne Hamilton Nicole Gilmore Cynthia Dupont Karyne Jolicoeur Jacey Aikens Elizabeth Leblanc Heather Lindsay

POS. G G G G F G F G F G G G G F C

HT. 5-3 5-8 5-5 5-7 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-2 5-10 5-7 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-3

YR. 5 5 3 2 3 1 1 5 4 4 3 2 1 4 5

RAVENS BEST....

MAJOR Criminology Engineering Law Biology Sociology Psychology Commerce MA Political Science Actuarial Science Criminology Psychology Child Studies Environmental Studies Psychology Environmental Studies

HOMETOWN Hamilton, ON Stittsville, ON St. Catharines, ON Ajax, ON Stoneycreek, ON Carleton Place, ON Merrickville, ON Chelsea, QC Mississauga, ON Hamilton, ON Coaticook, QC Ottawa, ON Collingwood, ON London, ON Ottawa, ON

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Elizabeth Leblanc, Catherine Traer

Elizabeth Leblanc, Cynthia Dupont

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Heather Lindsay, Catherine Traer

Jenjen Abella, Elizabeth Leblanc

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Heather Lindsay, Elizabeth Leblanc

Jenjen Abella, Nicole Gilmore

2016-17 SEASON STATS

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Guelph Sat. 4 Algoma Fri. 10 @ Waterloo Sat. 11 @ Laurier Tue. 14 Ottawa Fri. 17 Windsor Sat. 18 Western Fri. 24 @ Lakehead DECEMBER Fri. 1 @ McMaster Sat. 2 @ Brock JANUARY Fri. 5 Ryerson Sat. 6 Toronto Fri. 12 @ Queen’s Sat. 13 @ York Fri. 19 Laurentian Sat. 20 Nipissing Fri. 26 @ Toronto Sat. 27 @ Ryerson FEBRUARY Fri. 2 @ Ottawa Fri. 9 @ Nipissing Sat. 10 @ Laurentian Fri. 16 York Sat. 17 Queen’s

NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

04 05 06 07 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22

17 17 18 5 11 - 17 19 17 19 17 19 18 17

432 336 206 20 20 - - 486 180 455 351 147 194 544 409

38.9 33.6 18.8 0.0 50.0 - 41.0 22.2 36.9 36.3 28.6 30.0 41.9 55.8

32.9 26.1 21.7 - 0.0 - 34.2 0.0 19.4 16.7 35.3 - 39.5 0.0

76.0 65.9 37.5 - 0.0 - 59.6 45.5 57.1 78.6 16.7 0.0 86.2 77.5

Jenjen Abella Stephanie Carr Alexandra Trivieri Jaclyn Ronson Nicole Istead Kristina Maione Catherine Traer Brianne Hamilton Nicole Gilmore Cynthia Dupont Karyne Jolicoeur Amanda Niyonkuru Elizabeth Leblanc Heather Lindsay

44-113 39-116 9-48 0-2 2-4 0-0 96-234 8-36 55-149 33-91 8-28 12-40 70-167 92-165

23-70 18-69 5-23 0-0 0-2 0-0 26-76 0-2 7-36 4-24 6-17 0-0 15-38 0-2

38-50 29-44 3-8 0-0 0-4 0-0 31-52 5-11 16-28 22-28 1-6 0-1 56-65 55-71

2 15 3 3 1 0 32 15 34 17 3 13 39 64

38 26 17 4 3 0 58 30 57 33 26 29 71 119

40 53 41 19 20 15 7 1 4 0 0 0 90 34 45 12 91 43 50 23 29 3 42 3 110 41 183 12

36 17 21 2 2 0 36 14 43 23 7 15 26 32

26 14 1 1 1 0 34 3 17 13 5 1 21 16

1 3 0 0 0 0 27 8 3 3 0 1 20 33

149 125 26 0 4 0 249 21 133 92 23 24 211 239

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM


MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

Basketball has evolved to the point where players need versatility to compete in the modern up-tempo game. And the 2017/18 Guelph Gryphons have a roster capable of thriving in just that environment. With a combination of key fifth-year veterans, improving second- and third-year players, and a dynamic class of recruits, the Gryphons have the athletes to make noise in a wide-open OUA West where several teams will be in a fight for playoff berths. Guards Drew Walford and Andrew Grant, each entering their final season, are examples of that multi-dimensional player. Both can defend several positions and lead by example. Fellow fifth-year Gryphon Taylor Boers provides the long-range threat, while veteran Daniel Dooley will dish out assists. Jonathan Wallace, another of the fifth-year players, will strike the balance between scoring and creating for others. Those veterans are complemented by a solid surrounding cast, including returning Gryphons Tommy Yanchus and Banky Alade. Rookies Manny Chukwu, an athletic 6-9 forward, Yamin Mireault-Dibanda, Rasheed Weekes, and Luke Wouters make for an exciting incoming class that will impact the program both this season and in the years ahead. Guelph should be able to spread the wealth on offensively but the key for head coach Chris O’ Rourke’s team will be a collective buy-in at the defensive end of the court. The Gryphons are expected to pressure the ball more to make life difficult for opponents. When that mindset is established, the wins should follow.

“We have quite the mix. It will be a question of finding balance and being both a better defensive team and a better defensive rebounding team. Those will be two things that we will really need to prove that we can do consistently to play the way we want to play.” – Chris O’Rourke, Head Coach Key Losses: Kingslee D’Silva, Ahmed Haroon, Martin Popiel, Colin Corrigan Key Returns: Daniel Dooley, Jonathan Wallace, Drew Walford, Andrew Grant, Tayor Boers, Tommy Yanchus Key Recruits: Manny Chukwu, Yamin Mireault-Dibanda, Rasheed Weekes, Luke Wouters

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University 50 Stone R Guelph Tel. 519.8 Fax. 519.7 Web. www.g

Direc

Scott Mc Tel. 519.824.41 Email. scott.mcrob

Sports Info

Andy Ba Tel. 519.824.41 Email. baechler

Men’s Ba

Head Coach: C Tel. 519-824-41 Email. wbball@

Women’s B

Head Coach: M Tel. 519.824.41 Email. mwalto02

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H P L E U G S N O H GRYP

Facts:

nformation:

of Guelph Road East h, ON 824.4120 766.9563 gryphons.ca

ctor:

cRoberts 120 ext. 56593 berts@uoguelph.ca

ormation:

aechler 120 ext. 54128 r@uoguelph.ca

asketball:

Chris O’Rourke 120 ext. 52742 @uoguelph.ca

Basketball:

Mark Walton 120 ext. 52742 2@uoguelph.ca

Court:

s Athletic Centre y: 2,200

WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

After falling just short of reaching the OUA playoffs a year ago, the 2017-18 edition of the Gryphons women’s basketball team will feature a strong corps of returning players to compliment some exciting new additions. Team MVP Sarah Holmes returns for her third season in the red, black and gold after averaging close to a double-double in 2016-17 (11.6 PPG, 8.5 RPG). Holmes is one of three returning players to have averaged in double figures in points last season, with guard Megan Brenkel (11.8 PPG) and forward Ashley Wheeler (10.3 PPG) both returning for their third and fourth years, respectively. Included in a list of promising rookies is dynamic freshman guard Skyla Minaker and defensive stopper Burke Bechard who will compliment returning guards Haley Belyk and Nyasha Mombeshora in the Gryphons backcourt.

“Defence will drive our team this season. We will look to put a lot of pressure on the ball and we’re excited about the prospects for our 2017-18 season. Our players have worked incredibly hard in the off-season and we’re anticipating some major improvements offensively as well this season.” – Mark Walton, Head Coach Key Losses: Samantha Renshaw Key Returns: Sarah Holmes, Megan Brenkel, Ashley Wheeler, Haley Belyk Key Recruits: Skyla Minaker, Burke Bechard, Alexis Pulford-Thorpe. Marija Bakoc, Ashley White


2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Wed. 25 Sat. 28

2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 4 5 10 11 12 15 21 22 31 32 33 40 42 44 45

NAME Daniel Dooley Jonathan Wallace Jordan Sobot Taylor Boers Craig Valeriote Drew Walford Kieran Naus Andrew Grant Aaron Nugent Tommy Yanchus Jake Chaput Banky Alade Rasheed Weekes Yamin Mireault-Dibanda Manny Chukwu Shawn Carey Luke Wouters

POS. HT. G 6-1 G 6-1 G 6-1 G 5-10 G 6-0 G 6-2 G 6-3 G 6-4 G 6-5 G 6-2 G 5-10 F 6-6 F 6-5 F 6-6 F 6-9 F 6-8 G 6-3

YR. 5 5 2 5 2 5 3 5 2 3 1 2 1 1 1 2 1

MAJOR Sociology Criminal Justice Mngmt Econ & Finance Sociology Human Kinetics Human Kinetics Accounting History Political Science Mngmt Econ & Finance Human Kinetics Psychology Psychology Marketing Mngmnt Commerce Arts Landscape Architecture

HOMETOWN Burlington, ON Malton, ON Burlington, ON Belleville, ON Guelph, ON Etobicoke, ON Elliot Lake, ON Scarborough, ON Mississauga, ON Guelph, ON Guelph, ON Edmonton, AB Mississauga, ON Sherbrooke, QC Enugu, Nigeria Waterdown, ON Orangeville, ON

GRYPHONS BEST... Outside Threat:

Defender:

Taylor Boers

Andrew Grant

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Jonathan Wallace

Daniel Dooley

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Banky Alade, Drew Walford

Daniel Dooley

2016-17 SEASON STATS

PCT FT

@ McMaster @ Windsor

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ Carleton Sat. 4 @ Ottawa Wed. 8 York Wed.15 Ryerson Sat. 18 Toronto Fri. 24 @ Laurentian Sat. 25 @ Nipissing DECEMBER Fri. 1 Queen’s JANUARY Fri. 5 @ Lakehead Sat. 6 @ Lakehead Wed. 10 Laurier Sat. 13 Windsor Wed. 17 @ Western Fri. 19 Brock Wed. 24 @ Brock Sat. 27 McMaster FEBRUARY Fri. 2 Algoma Sat. 3 Algoma Fri. 9 @ Waterloo Sat. 10 @Laurier Wed. 14 Waterloo Sat. 17 Western

NO. NAME

GP

MIN/G FG

PCT 3PT

4 Daniel Dooley 5 Jonathan Wallace 10 Jordan Sobot 11 Taylor Boers 12 Craig Valeriote 15 Drew Walford 21 Kingslee D’Silva 22 Andrew Grant 31 Kieran Naus 32 Tommy Yanchus 33 Martin Popiel 40 Banky Alade 42 Shawn Carey 44 Ahmed Haroon 45 Colin Corrigan 99 Aaron Nugent

18 18 19 19 - 18 14 19 3 18 18 16 15 19 2 -

488 69-162 389 63-191 287 41-122 420 54-150 - 0-0 400 46-98 215 24-55 287 21-61 20 1-1 240 28-69 223 20-57 144 19-47 171 13-27 442 87-199 12 0-0 - 0-0

42.6 20-51 39.2 41-48 85.4 5 31 36 59 27 24 0 199 33.0 13-43 30.2 29-38 76.3 38 51 27 19 37 19 0 168 33.6 12-46 26.1 39-53 73.6 8 23 31 24 24 8 0 133 36.0 30-77 39.0 52-66 78.8 5 27 32 16 27 12 0 190 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 46.9 2-16 12.5 13-19 68.4 15 29 44 17 28 23 10 107 43.6 0-0 - 11-22 50.0 24 48 72 4 16 9 9 59 34.4 2-9 22.2 15-26 57.7 12 36 48 17 22 20 7 59 100.0 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 2 3 0 2 0 0 2 40.6 11-30 36.7 14-21 66.7 11 25 36 1 7 4 1 81 35.1 0-0 - 11-25 44.0 10 24 34 6 18 7 4 51 40.4 0-0 - 12-19 63.2 26 26 52 2 12 13 8 50 48.1 0-0 - 4-12 33.3 14 18 32 4 8 6 5 30 43.7 14-43 32.6 36-52 69.2 23 91 114 10 39 21 5 224 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

8:00 PM 8:00 PM

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM


H P L E U G S N O H GRYP 2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Wed. 25 Sat. 28

2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 20 21 22 44

NAME Burke Bechard Hanna Pryce Megan Brenkel Haley Belyk Ashley Wheeler Ivana Vujadinovic Sarah Holmes Alexis Pulford-Thorpe Julia Kokonis Allyson Peek Nyasha Mombeshora Skyla Minaker Quincy Sickles-Jarvis Marija Bakoc Ashley White

POS. HT. G 5-9 G 5-8 G 5-9 G 5-6 F 6-0 G 5-10 G 6-0 F 5-10 F 6-0 G 5-8 G 5-8 G 5-7 F 5-9 G 5-11 C 6-0

YR. 1 2 4 4 3 3 3 1 3 2 2 1 4 1 1

GRYPHONS BEST...

MAJOR Psychology Biological Science Bio-Medical Science Marketing Management Child, Youth & Family Mathematical Science Adult Development Biochemistry Applied Human Nutrition Biological Science Bio-Medical Science Pharmaceutical Chemistry Psychology Biomedical Engineering Criminology

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Megan Brenkel

Haley Belyk

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Sarah Holmes

Skyla Minakerl

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Ashley Wheeler

Burke Bechard

2016-17 SEASON STATS

@ McMaster @ Windsor

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ Carleton Sat. 4 @ Ottawa Wed. 8 York Wed.15 Ryerson Sat. 18 Toronto Fri. 24 @ Laurentian Sat. 25 @ Nipissing DECEMBER Fri. 1 Queen’s JANUARY Fri. 5 @ Lakehead Sat. 6 @ Lakehead Wed. 10 Laurier Sat. 13 Windsor Wed. 17 @ Western Fri. 19 Brock Wed. 24 @ Brock Sat. 27 McMaster FEBRUARY Fri. 2 Algoma Sat. 3 Algoma Fri. 9 @ Waterloo Sat. 10 @ Laurier Wed. 14 Waterloo Sat. 17 Western

HOMETOWN Dover Centre, ON Aurora, ON Thornhill, ON Regina, SK Stratford, ON Burlington, ON Welland, ON Newmarket, ON Unionville, ON Niagara Falls, ON Kitchener, ON Sarnia, ON London, ON Etobicoke, ON Cambridge, ON

NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

4 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 20 21 22 24

5 18 14 18 17 15 19 4 17 16 8 12 19 1

40 570 433 509 250 442 427 27 185 130 46 195 427 6

20.0 39.9 26.7 41.7 40.7 39.4 29.8 25.0 19.5 24.2 23.1 33.8 33.7 25.0

0.0 26.4 12.2 0.0 10.0 25.6 28.1 50.0 0.0 - 0.0 6.7 18.8 50.0

100.0 63.5 76.5 67.3 71.9 72.4 66.7 50.0 66.7 58.3 50.0 43.8 80.6 -

Hanna Pryce Megan Brenkel Haley Belyk Ashley Wheeler Ivana Vujadinovic Sarah Holmes Samantha Renshaw Allyson Peek Nyasha Mombeshora Modupe Okeowo Julia Kokonis Quincy Sickles-Jarvis Abbey Clark Regan Duff

1-5 79-198 40-150 75-180 33-81 71-180 45-151 2-8 8-41 8-33 3-13 24-71 33-98 1-4

0-1 14-53 6-49 0-8 1-10 11-43 18-64 2-4 0-11 0-0 0-2 1-15 6-32 1-2

2-2 40-63 13-17 35-52 23-32 21-29 28-42 3-6 4-6 7-12 2-4 7-16 29-36 0-0

0 17 19 41 20 35 20 2 11 10 4 14 19 0

3 46 51 77 23 93 25 1 21 16 7 27 41 0

3 4 63 39 70 38 118 19 43 24 128 32 45 26 3 2 32 9 26 5 11 0 41 13 60 16 0 0

4 50 55 52 26 35 38 2 29 12 4 8 37 1

2 25 43 18 19 24 15 0 7 1 2 11 20 0

2 8 8 25 7 10 2 0 2 0 1 4 2 0

4 212 99 185 90 174 136 9 20 23 8 56 101 3

6:00 PM 6:00 PM

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM


TH MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The Lakehead men’s basketball team is a young, athletic team this year that has shifted from a half court grinding out team to a run and gun style. With the departures of 3 starters, Bacarius Dinkins, Alex Robichaud and Henry Tan, the Wolves will be counting on 3rd year players Jack Bull, Kache Kopec, Quincy Johnson to step up and veterans Mor Menache (5th yr), as well as Nick Burke (4th yr) to help lead the team. The Wolves have added 2 OCAA College transfers in Trevon Ash and Lequan Cseri-Hylton to help add depth at to the guard position. This will be a year of gaining experience and building on for the future.

“The OUA has been the strongest conference for men’s basketball in the U SPORTS for the last couple years and this year is no different. The talent and competition we face pushes us to be the best we can everytime we play. We will need to be prepared every night for our games if we want an opportunity at making the playoffs and from there anything can happen.” – Manny Furtado, Head Coach

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Lakehead U 955 Olive Thunder Tel. 807.3 Fax. 807.3 Web. www.thun

Direc

Tom W Tel. 807.3 Email. tom.warde

Sports Info

Samantha Tel: 807-7 spinfo@lake

Men’s Ba Key Losses: Bacarius Dinkins, Alex Robichaud, Henry Tan Key Returns: Mor Menache, Nick Burke, Jack Bull, Kache Kopec Key Recruits: Lequan Cseri-Hylton, Trevon Ash, Rahsean Simpson

Head Coach: M Tel. 807-3 Email. manny.furta

Women’s B

Head Coach: Tel. 807.3 Email. jon.kreiner

Home C

Thunde Capacity


D A E H LAKE VES

L O W R E D N U H

Facts:

nformation:

University er Road Bay, ON 343.8213 343.8203 nderwolves.ca

WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The 2017-18 Thunderwolves Women’s Basketball Team has a very promising outlook for this season. Unfortunately, one of its stars, Katelyn Andrea, is out with a season ending injury and the team overall has been plagued with injuries but when healthy, this team can compete with any team in the country. OUA All-star Bridget O’Reilly and OUA All-Rookie Team Nikki Ylagan return ready to fire the long ball as the team’s best shooters. 5th year veteran point guard Jerika Baldin has lead the country in assists the last 2 seasons and is also one of the league’s best defenders. New additions include; Leashja Grant (Bahamas), Tiffany Reynolds (Toronto), Tianna WarwickDawkins (Whitby), Charlotte Clifford (Cambridge) and Sam Read (Thunder Bay). Leashja played for D1 Texas Tech 2 years ago and will bring experience, skill, rebounding and a major inside presence to the team.

ctor:

Warden 343.8213 en@lakeheadu.ca

ormation:

a Connolly 766-7157 eheadu.ca

“We’ve been hit with some tough adversity with injuries early on but we have a very deep team and I feel our depth will step up. We are versatile, have a great 5th year point guard and a strong combination of inside players and shooters that I believe will take us where we want to go.” – Jon Kreiner, Head Coach

asketball:

Manny Furtado 346-7820 ado@lakeheadu.ca

Basketball:

Jon Kreiner 346.7989 r@lakeheadu.ca

Court:

erdome y: 1,300

Key Losses: Katelyn Zen, Gill Lavoie

Key Returns: Jerika Baldin, Bridget O’Reilly

Key Recruits: Leashja Grant, Tiffany Reynolds, Tianna Warwick-Dawkins & Charlotte Clifford


TH 2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Fri. 27 Sat. 28

2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22 23 24

NAME Kyle Estalilla Quincy Johnson Darnell Curtin Kache Kopec Lequan Cseri-Hylton Kingsley Campbell-Olsen Nahshon Hurst Mor Menache Ryan Takkale Mike Theodore Jack Bull Trevon Ash Ricardo Belony Rashean Simpson Michael Poirier Noel Jones Tarik Smith-James Nick Burke Matthew Edwards

POS. HT. G 5’9 F 6’6 G 6’0 G 6’4 G 5’9 F 6’5 G 6’3 G 6’2 G 6’1 F 6’4 F 6’8 G 6’4 G 6’1 G 6’2 F 6’6 F 6’8 G 6’0 G 6’0 G 6’0

YR. 3 2 3 3 4 2 2 5 1 3 3 4 3 1 4 5 2 4 3

THUNDERWOLVES BEST... Outside Threat:

MAJOR Business Business Business Psychology Sociology Business Psychology Business Business Political Science Business Business Sociology Business Philosophy English Kinesiology Mathematics Kinesiology

HOMETOWN Mississauga, ON Kelowna, BC Hamilton, ON Kelowna, BC Mississauga, ON Hamilton, ON Markham, ON Ein-Carmel, Israel Ottawa, ON Ottawa, ON Grafton, Australia Chula Vista California Ottawa, ON Mississauga, ON Mississauga, ON Ottawa, ON Mississauga, ON Hamilton, ON Whitby, ON

Defender:

Kache Kopec and Lequan Hylton

Nick Burke and Darnell Curtin

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Mor Menache and Nick Burke

Mor Menache and Nick Burke

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

NOVEMBER Fri. 10 Laurentian Sat. 11 Nipissing Fri. 17 @ Algoma Sat. 18 @ Algoma Fri. 24 Carleton Sat. 25 Ottawa DECEMBER Fri. 1 @ Toronto Sat. 2 @ Ryerson JANUARY Fri. 5 Guelph Sat. 6 Guelph Fri. 12 @ Western Sat. 13 @ Western Fri. 19 Waterloo Sat. 20 Waterloo Fri. 26 @ Windsor Sat. 27 @ Windsor FEBRUARY Fri. 2 McMaster Sat. 3 McMaster Fri. 9 @ Brock Sat. 10 @ Brock Fri. 16 Laurier Sat.17 Laurier

Mor Menache and Nick burke

Jack Bull and Quincy Johnson

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

@ Queen’s @ York

GP

01 Kyle Estalilla 12 02 Quincy Johnson - 03 Nick Burke 17 04 Kache Kopec 16 05 Henry Tan 15 06 Kingsley Campbell-Olsen 6 08 Mor Menashe 12 09 Jack Bull 16 10 Tarik Smith-James 3 11 Holelsky Theodore 16 14 Wais Mohamed 12 15 Nahshon Hurst 14 20 Michael Poirier 12 21 Alexandre Robichaud 19 22 Darnell Curtain 12 23 Antony Flores - 24 Bacarius Dinkins 19

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

66 3-15 - 0-0 381 36-109 264 37-121 446 60-183 20 4-4 366 52-128 137 9-23 6 0-0 297 19-69 91 12-51 230 25-53 33 1-8 622 45-167 233 24-77 - 0-0 608 122-267

20.0 1-9 11.1 5-5 100.0 1 11 12 4 9 1 0 12 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 33.0 11-49 22.4 7-16 43.8 13 48 61 41 26 8 2 90 30.6 23-83 27.7 28-34 82.4 17 13 30 10 24 11 0 125 32.8 18-67 26.9 53-76 69.7 12 36 48 58 52 8 0 191 100.0 0-0 - 1-4 25.0 4 4 8 0 0 0 0 9 40.6 10-39 25.6 19-28 67.9 15 55 70 50 47 20 0 133 39.1 0-3 0.0 3-6 50.0 3 18 21 3 8 3 4 21 - 0-0 - 2-2 100.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 27.5 8-36 22.2 7-10 70.0 44 56 100 8 17 12 6 53 23.5 7-36 19.4 14-18 77.8 3 11 14 1 5 1 0 45 47.2 3-17 17.6 5-8 62.5 16 31 47 9 10 4 2 58 12.5 0-3 0.0 1-4 25.0 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 3 26.9 33-128 25.8 19-26 73.1 29 63 92 23 18 15 2 142 31.2 21-56 37.5 7-9 77.8 9 34 43 11 15 5 1 76 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45.7 0-3 0.0 56-93 60.2 56 125 181 15 48 12 25 300

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK Points

8:00 PM 8:00 PM

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM


D A E H LAKE VES

L O W R E D N U H

2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Fri. 27 Sat. 28

2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23

NAME Rachel Webber Kielly McDonough Cassandra Soulias Sam Read Nikki Ylagan Tiffany Reynolds Katelyn Andrea Lily Gruber-Schulz Jerika Baldin Za’Keea Sa’edd-El Charlotte Clifford Tianna Warwick-Dawkins August Ricketts Bridget O’Reilly Leashja Grant

POS. HT. G 5’6” G 5’6” G 5’3 G 5’7” G 5’4” G 5’9” F 5’11” F 6’0” G 5’8” G 5’1” F 5’11” G 5’8” P 6”0 W 5’10” F 6’2”

YR. 2 2 5 1 2 1 4 2 5 3 1 1 4 4 4

THUNDERWOLVES BEST...

MAJOR Bachelor of Psychology HB Business Commerce Bachelor of Science HB Social Work HB Business Commerce HB Kinesiology (ED) Masters in Biology HB Psychology HB Math (ED) HB Kinesiology HB Sociology HB Psychology HB Kinesiology Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Psychology

HOMETOWN Ancaster, ON Thunder Bay, ON Thunder Bay, ON Thunder Bay, ON Mississauga, ON Toronto, ON Thunder Bay, ON Grand Marais, MN, USA Brantford, ON Bloomington, MN, USA Cambridge, ON Whitby, ON Innisville, ON Seaforth, ON Nassau, BS

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Bridget O’Reilly, Nikki Ylagan

Rachel Webber, Tiffany Reynolds

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Leashja Grant, Bridget O’Reilly

Jerika Baldin, Nikki Ylagan

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Leashja Grant, Lily Gruber-Schultz

Jerika Baldin, Za’Keea Sa-eed-El

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

04 Rachel Webber 17 05 Katelyn Zen 19 06 Cassandra Soulias 13 08 Nikki Ylagan 18 09 Lindsay Edward 16 10 Katelyn Andrea - 11 Lily Gruber-Schulz 19 12 Jerika Baldin 19 13 Za’Keea Sa’edd-El - 14 Daron Mainville 7 15 Kielly McDonough 7 21 August Ricketts 10 22 Bridget O’Reilly 18 23 Gillian Lavoie 19

PCT FT

@ Queen’s @ York

NOVEMBER Fri. 10 Laurentian Sat. 11 Nipissing Fri. 17 @ Algoma Sat. 18 @ Algoma Fri. 24 Carleton Sat. 25 Ottawa DECEMBER Fri. 1 @ Toronto Sat. 2 @ Ryerson JANUARY Fri. 5 Guelph Sat. 6 Guelph Fri. 12 @ Western Sat. 13 @ Western Fri. 19 Waterloo Sat. 20 Waterloo Fri. 26 @ Windsor Sat. 27 @ Windsor FEBRUARY Fri. 2 McMaster Sat. 3 McMaster Fri. 9 @ Brock Sat. 10 @ Brock Fri. 16 Laurier Sat.17 Laurier

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

391 49-130 557 80-190 143 9-52 410 69-197 121 5-19 - 0-0 264 48-106 633 34-122 - 0-0 109 22-55 24 1-3 199 46-89 539 74-210 316 65-149

37.7 2-16 12.5 30-52 57.7 17 79 96 63 57 43 2 130 42.1 0-1 0.0 27-35 77.1 45 56 101 29 26 19 4 187 17.3 7-44 15.9 2-2 100.0 1 5 6 4 5 1 0 27 35.0 46-134 34.3 2-2 100.0 15 11 26 27 31 29 3 186 26.3 1-4 25.0 4-5 80.0 8 6 14 3 2 11 0 15 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45.3 0-1 0.0 19-22 86.4 30 45 75 8 21 12 3 115 27.9 9-34 26.5 11-21 52.4 15 70 85 125 59 30 1 88 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 40.0 1-4 25.0 6-10 60.0 7 20 27 6 14 5 1 51 33.3 1-1 100.0 1-2 50.0 1 2 3 3 1 0 0 4 51.7 0-0 - 14-29 48.3 13 29 42 5 25 8 9 106 35.2 39-137 28.5 15-28 53.6 18 87 105 26 35 49 6 202 43.6 0-1 0.0 22-30 73.3 39 50 89 11 23 5 2 152

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

6:00 PM 6:00 PM

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM


MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

Looking to improve off of their appearance in the OUA quarter-finals, the Laurentian Voyageurs welcome a handful of key returners and incoming players for the 2017-18 season. Highlighting the returning class for the Voyageurs is the reigning U SPORTS Rookie of the Year and 2nd Team All-Canadian, Kadre Gray. Gray led the league in scoring, field goals made, free throws made, and total points and finished in the top 10 in defensive rebounds, assists and steals. If the Voyageurs are going to get over the hump and into the OUA Final Four, Gray is going to need to play a huge part. The loss of big man Darcy Watt had the potential to hurt the team’s low post game but the addition of 6’11 Vitaly Goroshko should help to quell any of those concerns. In an ultra-competitive OUA North division, that saw all four teams finish in the top eight and host playoff games last season, the Voyageurs will have their hands full again this season as they shoot to better their 9-10 record and make a deep run into the 2017-18 playoffs.

“We are looking forward to seeing how quickly this group can gel together.” - Shawn Swords, Head Coach Key Losses: Darcy Watt Key Returns: Kadre Gray, David Aromolaran, Nelson Yengue, Key Recruits: Vitaly Goroshko, Haroun Mohamed, Curtis Gordon

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University in

Laurentian Sudbur Tel. 705.67 Fax. 705.67 Web. www.laurentia

Direc

Peter He Tel. 705.675.11 Email. phellstrom

Sports Info

Bryan Car Tel. 705.675.11 Email. bx_carruthe

Men’s Ba

Head Coach: Sh Tel. 705.675.11 Email. sswords@

Women’s B

Head Coach: J Tel. 705.675.11 Email. jhurley@l

Home C

Ben F. Avery G Capacity:


N A I T N E R U LA S R U E G A Y O V

Facts:

nformation:

University ry, ON 75.1151 73.6502 an.ca/voyageurs/

ctor:

ellstrom 151 ext. 1033 m@laurentian.ca

ormation:

rruthers 151 ext. 1025 ers@laurentian.ca

asketball:

hawn Swords 151 ext. 1022 @laurentian.ca

Basketball:

Jason Hurley 151 ext. 1028 laurentian.ca

Court:

Gymnasium : 1,200

WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

Looking to get back into the playoffs, the Laurentian Voyageurs welcome back a strong core of returners to this year’s lineup along with some key incoming additions. Highlighting the returning class for the Voyageurs is 5’10 forward, L’Ashante Henry, who averaged 9.8ppg and 6.4rpg last season. Another pair of key returners are point guards Kayla Deschatelets and Emily Tinnes who averaged 9.1 and 10.9 ppg, respectively, and each had more than two assists per game. The addition of Saskatchewan provincial player, Bailey Tabin, should help the Voyageurs pick up some of the scoring left behind with the departure of Meghan Forestell. The Voyageurs will once again have their hands full in a tough OUA North division which includes defending OUA Champion, the Carleton Ravens, as they shoot to improve on their 4-15 record from a year ago.

“We have become quite young in a hurry, but we are quite excited as a group because with the influx of youth comes great opportunity and optimism. As long as we are connected on both sides of the ball and continue to improve rebounding the basketball, our year will be a success.” – Jason Hurley, Head Coach Key Returns: L’ashante Henry, Kayla Deschetelets, Mack Robinson, Emily Tinnes


2017-18 SCHEDULE 2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 10 11 12 14 15 21 22 23 24 32 34 35 42 44 55

NAME Kadre Gray David Aromolaran JD West Theo Thomas Samuel Ivey Anthony Iacoe Josis Mikia-Thomas Nelson Yengue Litha Ncanisa Joseph Sykes Curtis Gordon Haroun Mohamed Juac Aguer Othel Watson Vitaly Goroshko

HT. G G G G G G F SF F F G G F F F

POS. 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-7 6-1 6-3 6-8 6-4 6-11

YR. 2 5 4 3 2 3 2 5 2 5 1 3 2 5 1

VOYAGEURS BEST...

MAJOR Health Promotion Concurrent Education Sports Administration Sport & Physical Education Sports Administration Health Promotion Nursing Economics Law & Justice Mining Engineering Sport & Physical Education Kinesiology Chemical Engineering Communications Sport Psychology

HOMETOWN Toronto Brampton Mildmay Brampton Sault Ste. Marie Sault Ste. Marie Toronto Yaounde Cape Town Calgary Guelph Toronto Ancaster Hamilton Toronto

Defender:

Outside Threat:

JD West, Anthony Iacoe

David Aromolaran, Sam Ivey

Scoring Threat:

Ball Distributor: Kadre Gray, David Aromolaran

Kadre Gray, David Aromolaran

Rebounder: Nelson Yengue, Joe Sykes

2016-17 SEASON STATS

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Waterloo Sat. 4 Laurier Fri. 10 @ Lakehead Fri. 17 @ McMaster Sat. 18 @ Brock Fri. 24 Guelph Sat. 25 Algoma DECEMBER Fri. 1 @ Western Sat. 2 @ Windsor JANUARY Fri. 5 York Sat. 6 Queen’s Fri. 12 Ryerson Sat. 13 Toronto Fri. 19 @ Carleton Sat. 20 @ Ottawa Fri. 26 @ Queen’s Sat. 27 @ York Wed. 31 @ Nipissing FEBRUARY Sat. 3 Nipissing Fri. 9 Ottawa Sat. 10 Carleton Fri. 16 @ Toronto Sat. 17 @ Ryerson

NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

10 Kadre Gray 11 David Aromolaran 12 JD West 14 Theo Thomas 15 Samuel Ivey 21 Anthony Iacoe 22 Kris Crosby 23 Nelson Yengue 24 Litha Ncanisa 32 Joseph Sykes 34 Mustafa Abdi 35 Skylar Cornell 35 Stefan Simpson 42 Elijah Davidson 44 OJ Watson 55 Josis Mikia-Thomas 66 Darcy Watt 77 Juac Aguer

19 19 13 18 11 13 10 19 12 11 4 2 3 5 19 14 4 1

637 141-319 44.2 29-105 27.6 130-161 80.7 20 98 118 69 80 37 2 441 557 85-197 43.1 9-36 25.0 45-56 80.4 25 50 75 55 42 22 7 224 215 21-53 39.6 18-48 37.5 0-0 - 5 15 20 7 7 7 1 60 253 25-66 37.9 8-27 29.6 20-27 74.1 16 24 40 14 21 13 3 78 106 6-31 19.4 5-23 21.7 1-2 50.0 3 11 14 6 8 2 0 18 327 35-106 33.0 20-70 28.6 4-5 80.0 12 17 29 14 8 7 2 94 113 9-29 31.0 2-8 25.0 2-4 50.0 3 15 18 3 8 0 1 22 553 94-176 53.4 3-7 42.9 22-33 66.7 52 89 141 28 31 26 27 213 91 1-5 20.0 0-1 0.0 1-6 16.7 5 19 24 3 5 0 0 3 213 24-56 42.9 6-14 42.9 8-9 88.9 17 41 58 8 11 6 2 62 13 2-5 40.0 1-3 33.3 0-0 - 3 1 4 0 1 2 0 5 28 1-1 100.0 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 3 2 1 0 2 32 2-6 33.3 1-5 20.0 0-0 - 1 2 3 1 3 0 0 5 12 1-2 50.0 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 382 57-132 43.2 19-57 33.3 12-14 85.7 17 26 43 13 28 11 6 145 168 12-52 23.1 4-22 18.2 15-23 65.2 12 16 28 5 13 5 1 43 71 9-15 60.0 0-1 0.0 4-4 100.0 4 11 15 1 6 0 0 22 3 0-1 0.0 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 1:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS


N A I T N E R U LA S R U E G A Y O V 2017-18 SCHEDULE 2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23

NAME Emily Tinnes Josée Tremblay Andrea Zulich Kendel Dunn Danielle Reid Kennedi Cashmore Lara Pomerleau-Fontaine Mackenzie Robinson Adriane Bruni Madison Cooper Kayla Deschatelets Bailey Tabin Emily Fisher L’Ashante Henry Sydney Graper

POS. HT. G 5-3 G 5-8 G 5-6 G 5-8 G 5-7 G 5-6 G 5-6 G 5-9 G 5-9 F 5-9 G 5-5 F 6-1 G 5-9 F 5-10 G 5-8

YR. 4 1 3 1 2 2 2 3 4 2 2 1 3 4 1

VOYAGEURS BEST...

MAJOR Sport & Physical Education Science infirmiére Sports Administration Law and Justice Sport & Physical Education Health Promotion Sport Psychology Sport & Physical Education Kinesiology Environmental Studies Sport Psychology Forensic Science Mechanical Engineering Commerce Sport Psychology

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Emily Tinnes

L’ashante Henry

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Mack Robinson

Kayla Deschetelets

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

L’ashante Henry

Kayla Deschetelets

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

04 Emily Tinnes 19 05 Kayla Deschatelets 17 06 Andrea Zulich 19 07 Meghan Forestell 19 08 Danielle Reid 17 09 Kennedi Cashmore 14 10 Lara Pomerleau-Fontaine 1 11 Mackenzie Robinson 17 12 Adriane Bruni 19 13 Nicole Eccles 15 14 Maddie Lougheed 12 15 Claire Fawcett 9 21 Emily Fisher 14 22 L’Ashante Henry 19 23 Nicole Conlin -

HOMETOWN Newmarket Sudbury Sudbury Niagara Falls Brooklin Sudbury Magog Stayner Sault Ste Marie Mississauga Timmins Saskatoon Georgetown Brampton Hamilton

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Waterloo Sat. 4 Laurier Fri. 10 @ Lakehead Fri. 17 @ McMaster Sat. 18 @ Brock Fri. 24 Guelph Sat. 25 Algoma DECEMBER Fri. 1 @ Western Sat. 2 @ Windsor JANUARY Fri. 5 York Sat. 6 Queen’s Fri. 12 Ryerson Sat. 13 Toronto Fri. 19 @ Carleton Sat. 20 @ Ottawa Fri. 26 @ Queen’s Sat. 27 @ York Wed. 31 @ Nipissing FEBRUARY Sat. 3 Nipissing Fri. 9 Ottawa Sat. 10 Carleton Fri. 16 @ Toronto Sat. 17 @ Ryerson

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

580 65-183 500 57-142 255 24-73 399 51-179 200 16-59 68 6-15 1 0-1 472 41-139 428 29-104 142 13-31 107 3-11 61 4-11 64 1-5 527 66-166 - 0-0

35.5 29-86 33.7 48-67 71.6 11 50 61 51 63 39 1 40.1 7-28 25.0 33-48 68.8 13 37 50 35 41 26 2 32.9 15-46 32.6 0-0 - 14 12 26 12 22 10 2 28.5 38-143 26.6 12-18 66.7 36 43 29 17 27 12 0 27.1 2-12 16.7 12-19 63.2 3 17 20 5 11 5 3 40.0 0-4 0.0 1-1 100.0 7 10 17 5 8 3 0 0.0 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 29.5 16-63 25.4 25-47 53.2 30 53 83 25 44 25 8 27.9 8-35 22.9 17-24 70.8 16 62 78 23 34 15 4 41.9 0-2 0.0 0-3 0.0 10 13 23 4 6 3 4 27.3 0-0 - 1-4 25.0 5 15 20 2 6 2 3 36.4 0-0 - 3-4 75.0 3 8 11 2 8 1 0 20.0 0-0 - 2-2 100.0 3 4 7 6 5 0 0 39.8 1-2 50.0 54-79 68.4 34 88 122 24 38 26 2 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 11:00 AM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS 207 154 63 152 46 13 0 123 83 26 7 11 4 187 0


MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW The Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks men’s basketball team are looking to bounce back into another strong year with the 2017-18 season. Last year, the Golden Hawks showed a strong performance, as their regular season saw them finish second in the OUA West with 18 points on the season off of a 9-11 record. Laurier then went on to play against Laurentian in the first round of OUA playoffs, where the Hawks’ season came to an end at the hands of the Voyageurs. Heading into this season, the purple and gold welcome new skill to the team, as Head Coach and Manager of Basketball Operations Justin Serresse has added three forwards and five guards to the roster. Headlining the new group is forward Ben Stevens (Halifax, N.S., who hails from the B-East Coach club team and has just come off of winning the 2016 U17 National Championships. As for the returning Hawks, Laurier will continue to draw on the talent of second year guard, Tevaun Kokko (Markham, Ont.). Last season, in what was his first year with the Golden Hawks, the rookie point guard had a year to remember as he set Laurier’s rookie scoring record with 383 points. That number averaged out to 19.2 points per game which tied him for fourth overall in OUA scoring. Shooting over 40 percent from the floor during the season, Kokko finished with 59 three-points, the third most in the conference and the third most ever in a season for the purple and gold. Following this performance, he was recognized as an OUA All-Rookie and OUA Second Team All-Star, in addition to being honoured as the recipient of Laurier’s Rich Newbrough Rookie of the Year Award and the team’s most valuable player. With the combined talent of seasoned veterans and fresh talent, the Golden Hawks are expecting big things this coming season.

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University in

Wilfrid Laurie 75 University A Waterlo Tel. 519.8 Fax. 519.8 Web. www.laurie

Direc

Peter B Tel. 519.884.07 Email. pbaxt

“With 9 new players and 8 rookies, the staff knows that our patience will be tested but our goal is to build for the future. We think our length, speed and shooting abilities will be assets that will help us be competitive this year. This will be a great year for us to establish the foundation we will like to rely on for years to come. There is no better feeling than to build something from scratch and see our hard work pay off day by day,

Sports Info

game by game and season by season.”

Head Coach: P Tel. 519.884.07 Email. jserre

– Justin Serresse, Head Coach Key Losses: Matt Chesson, Owen Coulthard, Shamar Burrows Key Returns: Chuder Teny, Vlad Matovic, Matt Minutillo, Nick Broady Key Recruits: Ali Sow, Ben Stevens, Kemel Archer (Canadore Transfer), Goran Veselinovic

Jamie Ho Tel. 519.884.07 Email. jhowie

Men’s Ba

Women’s B

Head Coach Tel. 519.884.07 Email. pfalc

Home C

Athletic C Capacity


R E I R LAU

S K W A H N E D GOL

Facts:

nformation:

er University Avenue West oo, ON 884.0710 884.0203 erathletics.com

ctor:

Baxter 710 ext. 2216 ter@wlu.ca

WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks women’s basketball team finished the 2016-17 regular season at second in the OUA West, with a 13-7 record. In the OUA quarter-finals, the Hawks’ season came to a close after falling to the Carleton Ravens. Looking ahead to the regular season, Laurier welcomes three newcomers to the team, who will undoubtedly look to the guidance of experienced veterans by the likes of Nicole Morrison and Irena Rynkiewicz. In 2016, for the second consecutive year, Morrison earned all-star honours after being named to the second team last year, and first team in 2015. Her success last year left her fourth all-time on Laurier’s career scoring list with 932 points and fourth for career assists with 212. As for Rynkiewicz, the third year forward lead the team in FG/G PCT, with 46.7 on the season, as well as 3PT/G with 40.7. The purple and gold are confident that the leadership of their seasoned players will make for a season much like that of 2014, when the Hawks ended the year at No.6 in the nation.

ormation:

owieson 710 ext. 3492 eson@wlu.ca

asketball:

Peter Campbell 710 ext. 2188 esse@wlu.ca

Basketball:

h: Paul Falco 710 ext. 3504 co@wlu.ca

Court:

Complex y: 2,000

“This year’s Golden Hawks feature a good mix of veteran experience and youthful enthusiasm. If we improve on our defensive numbers from last year, we should challenge in the OUA West.” – Paul Falco, Head Coach Key Losses: Kaitlyn Schenck Key Returns: Nicole Morrison, Sarah Dillon, Irena Rynkiewicz, Lauren Jamieson Key Recruits: Maya Day, Celina Elliott


2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Sat. 28

2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 22 7 12 9 5 10 21 15 3 20 11 8 2 6 14 4 13

NAME Kemel Archer Adnan Begovic Nicholas Broady Vincent Carriere Sydney Davis Jack Demaree Kareem Elliott Joseph Fo Ntore Habimana Jordan Kenning Tevaun Kokko Vlad Matovic Matthew Minutillo Ali Sow Benjamin Stevens Chuder Teny Goran Veselinovic

POS. HT. F 6-5 F  6-7 F  6-7 G  6-0 G  6-3 G  6-6 G  6-2 G  6-3 F  6-5 F  6-10 G  5-11 F  6-8 G  6-1 G  6-0 F  6-9 G  6-2 G  6-2

YR. 3 1 2 1 3 1 1 3 2 1 2 5 2 1 1 4 1

GOLDEN HAWKS BEST...

MAJOR Sociology Economics Business Business Comm. Std. Geography Kin/Phys. Ed. Poli Sci Comm. Std. Anthropology Arts MA Kin/Phys. Ed. Global Std. Economics Comm. Std. Comp. Sci.

HOMETOWN Brampton Mississauga West Vancouver London Mississauga Tillsonburg Brampton Markham Mississauga Kitchener Markham Kitchener Brantford Ottawa Halifax Kitchener Hamilton

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Tevaun Kokko, Chuder Teny

Matt Minutillo, Goran Veselinovic

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Tevaun Kokko, Ali Sow

Tevaun Kokko, Ali Sow

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Vlad Matovic, Kemel Archer

Tevaun Kokko, Matt Minutillo

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

02 Matthew Minutillo 20 03 Shamar Burrows 20 04 Chuder Teny 19 05 Sydney Davis 17 06 Nicholas Broady 9 07 Ivan Bilandzic 9 08 Vlad Matovic 20 10 Owen Coulthard 20 11 Navraj Randhawa - 12 Matt Chesson 20 13 Tevaun Kokko 20 14 Ntore Habimana 11 15 Joseph Fo 13 21 Nikola Hrnjez -

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

@ Brock

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ Nipissing Sat. 4 @ Laurentian Fri. 10 Ottawa Sat. 11 Carleton Fri. 17 York Sat. 18 Queen’s Fri. 24 @ Toronto Sat. 25 @ Ryerson DECEMBER Fri. 1 Waterloo JANUARY Fri. 5 @ Western Sat. 6 Windsor Wed. 10 @ Guelph Sat. 13 @ McMaster Fri. 19 Algoma Sat. 20 Algoma Wed. 24 McMaster Fri. 26 @ Waterloo Wed. 31 Brock FEBRUARY Fri. 2 @ Windsor Wed. 7 Western Sat. 10 Guelph Fri. 16 @ Lakehead Sat. 17 @ Lakehead

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8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 2:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 7::00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

423 23-74 31.1 13-48 27.1 10-16 62.5 11 51 62 26 23 26 0 69 396 46-124 37.1 5-20 25.0 26-43 60.5 38 65 103 23 35 28 1 123 492 52-169 30.8 30-105 28.6 42-53 79.2 14 38 52 52 49 13 1 176 150 12-35 34.3 8-25 32.0 5-7 71.4 2 13 15 4 3 3 0 37 181 15-38 39.5 1-8 12.5 1-4 25.0 21 27 48 4 7 1 5 32 43 3-7 42.9 0-0 - 2-8 25.0 2 7 9 1 2 1 0 8 444 84-173 48.6 0-0 - 47-71 66.2 50 92 142 13 27 6 11 215 446 33-144 22.9 26-120 21.7 9-12 75.0 10 37 47 11 9 7 1 101 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 530 86-219 39.3 0-3 0.0 52-70 74.3 38 83 121 17 31 13 20 224 622 133-326 40.8 59-157 37.6 58-74 78.4 19 72 91 61 87 27 2 383 138 8-22 36.4 3-12 25.0 10-11 90.9 5 24 29 7 10 2 2 29 207 22-37 59.5 1-3 33.3 3-6 50.0 14 34 48 5 9 7 4 48 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0


R E I R LAU

S K W A H N E D GOL 2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Sat. 28

2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 20 7 23 10 12 11 15 5 22 6 8 13 32

NAME Jill Condron Maya Day Sarah Dillon Celina Elliott Brianna Iannazzo Lauren Jamieson Skye Johns Nicole Morrison Melissa Pare Irena Rynkiewicz Tayania Siwek-Smith Alex Spadaro Rachel Woodburn

POS HT G 5-11 G  5-7 G  5-10 F  6-0 G  5-6 G  5-11 F  6-1 G  5-5 F  6-0 F  5-10 F  6-1 F  5-11 G  5-8

YR. 2 1 5 1 2 4 3 5 4 3 2 4 2

GOLDEN HAWKS BEST...

MAJOR Kin/Phys. Ed. Health Sciences Kin/Phys. Ed. Enviro Std. Health Sciences Comm. Std. MSW Comm. Std. Health Sciences Kin/Phys. Ed. Comp. Sci. Kin/Phys. Ed. Psychology

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Sarah Dillon, Irena Rynkiewicz

Rachel Woodburn, Jill Condron

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Nicole Morrison, Brianna Iannazzo

Nicole Morrison, Maya Day

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Tayania Siwek-Smith, Rachel Woodburn

Nicole Morrison, Maya Day

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

04 Akashia Moore Samuels 14 05 Nicole Morrison 19 06 Irena Rynkiewicz 17 07 Kaitlyn Schenck 20 08 Tayania Siwek-Smith 20 11 Lauren Jamieson 20 12 Brianna Iannazzo 20 13 Alex Spadaro 1 15 Jessie Vasseur 7 20 Jill Condron 20 22 Melissa Pare 14 23 Sarah Dillon 20 32 Rachel Woodburn 20

HOMETOWN Oakville Kitchener Welland Hamilton Thornhill Oakville North Bay Hamilton LaSalle Mississauga Oakville Grimsby Ajax

PCT FT

Brock

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Nipissing Sat. 4 Laurentian Fri. 10 Ottawa Sat. 11 Carleton Fri. 17 York Sat. 18 Queen’s Fri. 24 Toronto Sat. 25 Ryerson DECEMBER Fri. 1 Waterloo JANUARY Fri. 5 Western Sat. 6 Windsor Wed. 10 Guelph Sat. 13 McMaster Fri. 19 Algoma Sat. 20 Algoma Wed. 24 McMaster Fri. 26 Waterloo Wed. 31 Brock FEBRUARY Fri. 2 Windsor Wed. 7 Western Sat. 10 Guelph Fri. 16 Lakehead Sat. 17 Lakehead

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

59 5-21 539 93-274 380 57-122 609 101-282 324 31-73 369 30-119 382 44-139 0 0-0 21 0-0 353 24-72 92 7-20 397 55-135 470 34-102

23.8 3-9 33.3 5-12 41.7 4 4 8 10 1 6 0 18 33.9 25-108 23.1 72-106 67.9 24 64 88 70 60 29 2 283 46.7 24-59 40.7 26-35 74.3 41 76 117 13 23 24 20 164 35.8 15-50 30.0 91-125 72.8 15 56 71 58 58 45 1 308 42.5 1-3 33.3 15-21 71.4 36 41 77 10 21 11 32 78 25.2 21-79 26.6 6-8 75.0 7 58 65 24 27 17 8 87 31.7 29-86 33.7 19-22 86.4 4 19 23 20 22 25 3 136 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 3 4 1 3 2 0 0 33.3 0-7 0.0 14-17 82.4 27 42 69 14 10 14 1 62 35.0 0-1 0.0 2-6 33.3 5 7 12 5 10 3 4 16 40.7 21-67 31.3 3-6 50.0 15 71 86 21 22 12 1 134 33.3 1-7 14.3 21-39 53.8 48 46 94 24 22 24 14 90

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

2:00 PM

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 12:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 11::00 AM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM


MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

McMaster men’s basketball starts a new era as Patrick Tathem has taken the helm as head coach for the Marauder program. Coach Tathem brings an accomplished resumé to Hamilton, including being named the CIS Coach of the Year after leading Ryerson to the OUA Championship in 2016. The Marauders are cautiously optimistic with regard to their prospects for success in 2017-18. Several key players have moved on, but some exciting new talent has come on board, with the potential to be very good. Coach Tathem has revamped the coaching staff and while it will take some time to build the culture he wants, Mac fans can expect to see a team that plays fast and defends hard. Among the returning players, senior guard David McCulloch will be counted on to continue as the team’s leader. Among the OUA leaders in minutes played, McCulloch should get some more rest this season, which will help him become even more effective at both ends of the court. Junior post Matt Quiring looks ready to assume a bigger role as the team’s top frontcourt option. New talent includes: former OCAA All-Star Kareem Collins, who has come across town from Mohawk College, while Miles Seward and Sasha Simic both return to Canada after starting their careers in the U.S.A. The experience these older players possess will enable them to make an immediate impact.

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University in

McMaster 1280 Main S Hamilto Tel. 905.5 Fax. 905.5 Web. www.m

Direc

Glen Gru Tel. 905.525.91 Email. grunwal@

Sports Info “Our roster lacks a lot of OUA and U SPORTS game experience, but the team has demonstrated they’re willing to work hard and compete; We will play an exciting brand of basketball and I know we’ll be ready for the challenge of OUA league play...the toughest league in the country.” – Patrick Tatham, Head Coach Key Losses: Connor Gilmore, Rohan Boney, Lazar Kojovic Key Returns: David McCulloch, Matt Quiring, Marko Grahovac Key Recruits: Miles Seward, Kareem Collins, Sasha Simic

Fraser C Tel. 905.5 Email. caldwef@

Men’s Ba

Head Coach: P Tel. 905.525.91 Email. tathap1@

Women’s B

Head Coach: T Tel. 905.525.91 Email. burnst@

Home C

Burridge G Capacity


R E T S McMA S R E D U A R A M

Facts:

nformation:

University Street West on, ON 525.9140 526.1573 marauders.ca

ctor:

unwald 140 ext. 24340 @mcmaster.ca

ormation:

Caldwell 518.9937 @mcmaster.ca

asketball:

WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The question facing the McMaster women’s basketball team for 201718 is how to adjust to life after Danielle Boiago. The graduation of last season’s Canadian Player of the Year has left a significant hole in the Mac line-up, but there is a solid corps of returning veterans that are ready to make another run at getting to the OUA Final-Four. Entering their senior-year are point guard Hilary Hanaka and forward Linnaea Harper, who are both former OUA all-stars, and along with point guard Jelena Mamic, will form the co-captains for the team. Veteran returning players include: OUA all-rookie teamer Olivia Wilson, Lexie Spadafora, Erin Burns, Julia Hanaka, Brie Loebach, Evie Streight and Adrienne Peters. Joining the team as recruits are guard Sarah Gates, post Clare Sharkey, and wing player Mia Spadafora, who all got exposed to high level basketball on the team’s pre-season trip to Taiwan. Two more rookies, Alex Verboom and Melody Wyslobicky, earned spots on the squad through the tryout process and they will work hard in practise while adapting to the U SPORTS level of competition. .

“We have a strong team culture that is sustained year after year. Our veterans lead by example and they demonstrate the key principles we operate by, which are work ethic, fitness, respect and gratitude.” “Our non-conference schedule will allow us to challenge some of the top teams in the country, and that will help our young group prepare for the tough games we will face in the OUA.”

Patrick Tatham 140 ext. 23570 @mcmaster.ca

– Theresa Burns, Head Coach

Basketball:

Key Losses: Danielle Boiago, Clare Kenney, Rachael Holmes

Theresa Burns 140 ext. 24641 @mcmaster.ca

Court:

Gymnasium y: 2,600

Key Returns: Hilary Hanaka, Linnaea Harper, Jelena Mamic, Olivia Wilson Key Recruits: Sarah Gates, Clare Sharkey, Mia Spadafora


2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Wed. 25

2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 3 4 6 9 10 11 12 13 21 22 23 25 31 33 42 RS

NAME Danylo Kostecki Kareem Collins-Samuels Sasha Simic Khalil Prescod Matthew Quiring Miles Seward Joshua Nardini Jake Hammell David McCulloch Kwasi Adu-Poku Tyrick Thompson Andre Toic Jacob Edwards Marko Grahovac Jan Hirjak Sheldon McIntosh

HT. G G G G F G G C G F G G G G C G

POS. 6’5” 6’1” 6’6” 6’2” 6’8” 6’4” 6’0” 7’0” 6’2” 6’6” 6’0” 6’3” 6’2” 6’0” 6’10” 6’2”

YR. 3 3 2 1 3 3 1 1 4 2 3 3 1 4 3 RS

MAJOR HOMETOWN Commerce Mississauga, ON Humanities Hamilton, ON Sociology Kitchener, ON Social Psychology Richmond Hill, ON Commerce Cambridge, ON Sociology Toronto, ON Commerce Hamilton, ON Kinesiology Kirkland Lake, ON Kinesiology Hamilton, ON Kinesiology Toronto, ON Social Sciences Kitchener, ON Mechanical Engineering Brantford, ON Social Sciences Barrie, ON Kinesiology Stoney Creek, ON Life Sciences Etobicoke, ON Social Sciences Stoney Creek, ON

MARAUDERS BEST... Outside Threat:

Defender:

Miles Seward, David McCulloch

David McCulloch, Kareem Collins

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Miles Seward, Kareem Collins

David McCulloch, Kareem Collins

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Matt Quiring, Sasha Simic

David McCulloch, Kareem Collins

2016-17 SEASON STATS

Guelph

8:00 PM

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ Queen’s Sat. 4 @ York Fri. 10 @ Ryerson Sat. 11 @ Toronto Fri. 17 Laurentian Sat. 18 Nipissing Fri. 24 @ Brock DECEMBER Fri. 1 Carleton Sat. 2 Ottawa JANUARY Wed. 3 Windsor Sat. 6 Brock Wed. 10 @ Waterloo Sat. 13 Laurier Wed. 17 @ Windsor Sat. 20 @ Western Wed. 24 Laurier Sat. 27 @ Guelph FEBRUARY Fri. 2 @ Lakehead Sat. 3 @ Lakehead Wed. 7 Waterloo Sat. 10 Western Fri. 16 Algoma Sat. 17 Algoma

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 2:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 7:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

3 4 5 6 9 10 11 12 13 21 22 23 25 31 32 33 42 44 45

15 3 8 16 - 19 19 18 - 19 17 4 16 - - 12 10 19 2

97 13 45 307 - 280 632 374 - - 695 493 20 232 - - 121 37 471 5

27.8 3-17 25.0 0-1 30.8 2-6 33.3 18-53 - 0-0 58.7 1-5 44.1 37-101 39.4 7-27 - 0-0 39.2 23-84 44.8 4-22 33.3 0-1 36.8 1-9 - 0-0 - 0-0 26.1 5-20 37.5 0-0 36.0 27-90 - 0-0

17.6 7-8 0.0 0-0 33.3 1-2 34.0 25-46 - 0-0 20.0 7-10 36.6 77-110 25.9 7-11 - 0-0 27.4 58-74 18.2 49-83 0.0 0-0 11.1 5-15 - 0-0 - 0-0 25.0 0-1 - 3-5 30.0 35-44 - 0-0

87.5 3 - 0 50.0 1 54.3 13 - 0 70.0 26 70.0 41 63.6 31 - 0 78.4 13 59.0 30 - 1 33.3 11 - 0 - 0 0.0 4 60.0 4 79.5 31 - 0

Danylo Kostecki Braedon Brown Rommel Calura Chris Thompson Karol Derech Matt Quiring Connor Gilmore Elliot Ormond Nathan Bruzzese David McCulloch Rohan Boney Jacobus Vanderpol Andre Toic Josh Nardini Andrew Holmes Marko Grahovac Jan Hirjak Lazar Kojovic Kwasi Adu-Poku

10-36 1-4 4-13 43-129 0-0 44-75 128-290 28-71 0-0 82-209 99-221 1-3 14-38 0-0 0-0 6-23 3-8 54-150 0-0

16 19 0 3 1 1 0 3 4 5 5 5 26 39 9 31 0 0 0 0 41 67 7 19 130 171 24 42 27 58 15 12 0 0 0 61 74 55 47 92 122 71 52 5 6 0 2 40 51 23 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 12 2 7 5 9 0 3 51 82 37 34 0 0 0 1

1 1 2 25 0 11 14 16 0 27 18 1 13 0 0 1 0 16 0

1 1 1 2 0 3 3 1 0 3 11 1 0 0 0 0 1 15 0

30 2 11 129 0 96 370 70 0 245 251 2 34 0 0 17 9 170 0


R E T S McMA S R E D U A R A M

2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Wed. 25

MARAUDERS BEST...

HOMETOWN Belle River, ON Kingston, ON Hamilton, ON Hannon, ON Hamilton, ON Newmarket, ON Hannon, ON Oakville, ON St. Catharines, ON Hamilton, ON Newmarket, ON Burlington, ON Newmarket, ON Stoney Creek, ON Lion’s Head, ON

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Linnaea Harper , Hilary Hanaka

Jelena Mamic, Erin Burns

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Linnaea Harper , Hilary Hanaka

Hilary Hanaka, Jelena Mamic

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Olivia Wilson, Linnaea Harper

Hilary Hanaka, Jelena Mamic

2016-17 SEASON STATS

6:00 PM

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ Queen’s Sat. 4 @ York Fri. 10 @ Ryerson Sat. 11 @ Toronto Fri. 17 Laurentian Sat. 18 Nipissing Fri. 24 @ Brock DECEMBER Fri. 1 Carleton Sat. 2 Ottawa JANUARY Wed. 3 Windsor Sat. 6 Brock Wed. 10 @ Waterloo Sat. 13 Laurier Wed. 17 @ Windsor Sat. 20 @ Western Wed. 24 Laurier Sat. 27 @ Guelph FEBRUARY Fri. 2 @ Lakehead Sat. 3 @ Lakehead Wed. 7 Waterloo Sat. 10 Western Fri. 16 Algoma Sat. 17 Algoma

2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # NAME HT POS. YR. MAJOR 2 Brielle Loebach 5’8” G 2 Kinesiology 4 Evie Streight 5’10” F 3 Kinesiology 5 Hilary Hanaka 5’10” G 4 Geography 6 Lexie Spadafora 5’9” G 5 Economics 7 Erin Burns 5’7” G 4 Life Sciences 8 Sarah Gates 5’10” G 1 Kinesiology 9 Mia Spadafora 5’10” G 1 Humanities 10 Melody Wyslobicky 5’9” G 1 Health Sciences 11 Jelena Mamic 5’7” G 3 Medical Radiation Science 12 Julia Hanaka 5’9” G 2 Sociology 13 Linnaea Harper 5”11” F 4 Kinesiology 14 Adrienne Peters 6’0” F 4 Geography 15 Clare Sharkey 6’2” F 1 Kinesiology 21 Alex Verboom 5’7” G 1 Kinesiology 34 Olivia Wilson 6’2” F 2 Biology

Guelph

NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 13 14 15 22 25 34

2 19 3 18 16 19 12 19 19 9 6 19 18 13 19

8 567 10 426 163 261 225 499 305 48 30 421 462 126 283

0.0 44.1 20.0 40.5 25.5 25.9 39.1 41.5 25.6 55.6 28.6 46.2 46.7 29.7 45.2

0.0 39.2 0.0 31.9 41.7 12.1 39.0 38.7 10.5 0.0 - 0.0 32.8 29.2 100.0

0.0 76.8 - 86.7 25.0 76.5 83.3 94.7 68.8 50.0 100.0 68.8 62.5 80.0 39.3

Brielle Loebach Danielle Boiago Evie Streight Hilary Hanaka Lexie Spadafora Erin Burns Vanessa Pickard Rachael Holmes Jelena Mamic Emily Pearson Adrienne Peters Clare Kenney Linnaea Harper Julia Hanaka Olivia Wilson

0-1 134-304 1-5 51-126 12-47 21-81 43-110 49-118 22-86 5-9 2-7 80-173 93-199 11-37 42-93

0-1 51-130 0-1 22-69 5-12 4-33 23-59 24-62 4-38 0-1 0-0 0-2 21-64 7-24 1-1

0-0 43-56 0-0 13-15 1-4 13-17 25-30 18-19 11-16 1-2 2-2 33-48 20-32 8-10 11-28

0 19 3 21 25 32 8 21 24 3 3 35 41 1 25

1 114 0 22 11 20 37 26 19 6 6 63 72 19 44

1 0 133 81 3 1 43 54 36 13 52 17 45 20 47 35 43 31 9 6 9 0 98 26 113 34 20 10 69 16

1 49 1 34 11 14 25 20 17 6 2 33 24 9 13

0 63 0 16 11 14 25 19 19 0 0 12 23 8 8

0 8 0 2 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 2 10 1 5

0 362 2 137 30 59 134 140 59 11 6 193 227 37 96

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 12:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 11:00 AM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM


MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

It should be an exciting year for the Nipissing Lakers men’s basketball team, as they look to build on their best season to date. A playoff appearance, a playoff win and advancing to the second round of the OUA post-season was all checked off their list last year and they’re looking for bigger and better things in 2017-18. With a good core of returning players being joined by a strong recruiting class and players ready for bigger roles, the depth and skill will be on show anytime the Lakers hit the floor. Things won’t be easy this season, the team likely won’t surprise anyone, as they’ve made a name for themselves over the last couple years, but a new challenge is welcomed by the program.

“We are looking forward to building off last years playoff run with this veteran group. This group has learned a lot over the course of last season and this pre-season. We played very competitive competition that will translates to what we will see each night in the OUA. The expectation is to be a post-season team. We can accomplish this expectation by how we train, compete and prepare.” – Chris Cheng, Head Coach Key Losses: Jordon Campbell and Christian Casimier Key Returns: Marcus Lewis, Ismael Kaba, Jaaden Lewis, and Justin Shaver Key Recruits: Will Tran, David Quinn and James Murray

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University in

Nipissing U 100 Coll North B Tel. 705.4 Fax. 705.4 Web. www.n

Direc

Vito Cas Tel. 705.474.34 Email. vitoc@n

Sports Info

Robb F Tel. 705.474.34 Email. robbf@n

Men’s Ba

Head Coach: Tel. 705.474.34 Email. chrisc@

Women’s B

Head Coach: K Tel. 705.474.34 Email. katieh@

Home C

Robert J Surtees Stu Capacity


Facts:

nformation:

University lege Dr. Bay, ON 474.3461 474.6323 nulakers.ca

ctor:

stiglione 461 ext. 4249 nipissingu.ca

ormation:

Fenton 461 ext. 4539 nipissingu.ca

asketball:

Chris Cheng 450 ext. 4634 @nipissingu.ca

Basketball:

Katie Hamilton 450 ext. 4635 @nipissingu.ca

Court:

udent Athletic Centre y: 1,200

G N I S S I NIP S R E K A L WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

It will be a transition year for the Nipissing Lakers women’s basketball team, as they welcome a new head coach to the program. The new season also brings new hope as the team looks to begin their climb up the standings and towards an improved record and a potential playoff spot in the near future. The team has shown progress and promise in the pre-season, putting together some strong efforts as they get ready for November and the 2017-18 season. An infusion of new recruits, combined with returning players and some transfers, the Lakers should be able to compete and use their depth to keep up with almost anyone in the OUA. There will be a learning curve for the roster, as well as the new coaching staff, but it’s an exciting time for the Lakers. .

“We feel we have a healthy nucleus of veteran returning athletes mixed with some very talented additions to our roster that will make an immediate impact. Our athletes have bought in to a new system and culture change and are working tirelessly to reach new levels of success both on and off the court.” – Katie Hamilton, Head Coach Key Losses: Claire Abbott, Mackenzie Bahm Key Returns: Heidi Smith, Michaela Branker, Alexe Galipeau-Wilson, Marla Corney Key Recruits: Natalie Martinez, Maria Walsh, Nicole Kordez, Kylea Galipeau-Wilson


2017-18 SCHEDULE 2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23 RS RS

NAME Shandon Ashitei William Tran Marvin Ngonadi James Murray Jerron Rhodes Jordan Roberts Kalil Langston Ismael Kaba Justin Hill Quintin Ashitei Marcus Lewis David Quinn Addy Ogunye Justin Shaver Jaaden Lewis Dexter Bullen Keats Vanderlee Zach Martyn

POS. G G C G G F F G G G G C G F G G F G

HT. 6’1 6’4 6’8 6’3 6’2 6’5 6’7 6’3 5’10 5’10 6’4 6’11 6’5 6’6 6’2 6’5 6’5 6’5

MAJOR BPHE BPHE Sociology Criminology Business BPHE Mathematics Science & Tech Political Science Phys. Ed Business Sociology BPHE Psychology Psychology Con. Ed History Criminology BPHE

LAKERS BEST...

HOMETOWN Orleans, ON Newmarket, ON Toronto, ON Stanstead, QC Scarborough, ON Trout Creek, ON Brampton, ON Ottawa, ON San Francisco, CA Orleans, ON Brampton, ON Ottawa, ON Brampton, ON Ottawa, ON Thornhill, ON Orilla, ON North Bay, ON North Bay, ON

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Jaaden Lewis and Ismael Kaba

Marcus Lewis and Addy Ogunye

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Marcus Lewis and Justin Shaver

Jerron Rhodes and Justin Hill

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Marcus Lewis and Justin Shaver

Marcus Lewis and Jaaden Lewis

2016-17 SEASON STATS

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Laurier Sat. 4 Waterloo Sat. 11 @ Lakehead Fri. 17 @ Brock Sat. 18 @ McMaster Fri. 24 Algoma Sat. 25 Guelph DECEMBER Fri. 1 @ Windsor Sat. 2 @ Western

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23

- 15 19 19 17 12 15 19 9 - 19 10 14 9 16 -

- 182 298 534 431 77 182 435 69 - - 611 50 143 442 358 -

- 0-0 30.8 3-7 44.6 0-1 32.4 24-72 35.3 4-13 30.4 0-2 26.7 9-44 37.8 37-102 47.4 4-9 - 0-0 49.3 12-31 36.0 1-9 41.7 9-20 56.3 7-20 42.6 29-67 - 0-0

- 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42.9 1-8 12.5 8 16 24 12 9 2 0 0.0 18-33 54.5 24 42 66 8 25 4 1 33.3 18-20 90.0 14 76 90 57 33 7 3 30.8 17-29 58.6 12 41 53 45 25 15 0 0.0 9-14 64.3 2 8 10 5 1 0 0 20.5 3-7 42.9 8 46 54 4 14 8 12 36.3 10-11 90.9 4 22 26 27 25 8 7 44.4 3-3 100.0 2 9 11 7 4 0 0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38.7 68-98 69.4 36 95 131 44 70 21 7 11.1 0-0 - 9 12 21 7 7 0 1 45.0 5-6 83.3 7 11 18 13 7 3 3 35.0 47-76 61.8 56 108 164 33 39 12 4 43.3 17-21 81.0 8 60 68 32 43 7 2 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 8-26 33-74 57-176 24-68 7-23 20-75 54-143 9-19 0-0 100-203 9-25 15-36 89-158 66-155 0-0

8:00 PM 8:00 PM

JANUARY Fri. 5 Queen’s Sat. 6 York Fri. 12 Toronto Sat. 13 Ryerson Fri. 19 @ Ottawa Sat. 20 @ Carleton Fri. 26 @ York Sat. 27 @ Queen’s Wed. 31 Laurentian FEBRUARY Sat. 3 @ Laurentian Fri. 9 Carleton Sat. 10 Ottawa Fri. 16 @ Ryerson Sat. 17 @ Toronto

NO. NAME

Shandon Ashitei Kasey Paul-Buzas Marvin Ngonadi Jordon Campbell Jerron Rhodes Jordan Roberts Kalil Langston Ismael Kaba Justin Hill Quintin Ashitei Marcus Lewis Christian Casimier Addy Ogunye Justin Shaver Jaaden Lewis Dexter Bullen

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS 0 20 84 156 69 23 52 155 25 0 280 19 44 232 178 0


G N I S S I NIP S R E K A L

2017-18 SCHEDULE

2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 21 22 23 24 25

NAME Kylea Galipeau-Wilson Nakissa Koomalsingh Marla Corney Heidi Smith Natalie Martinez Jamie Soffer Maria Walsh Kendra Dennis Thaliyah Phillips Maeve Therriault Alexe Galipeau-Wilson Taylor Dennis Devanee Dewey Ali Czich Nicole Kordez Michaela Branker Maria Rodrigues Megan Elliot Kaila Granholm Meeka Thomas

POS. HT. G 5’7” G 5’4” G 5’8” G 5’7” G 5’4” F 5’10” G 5’9” G 5’6” F 5’10 G 5’8” G 5’8” G 5’7” F 5’11” F 6’ F 6’1” G 5’7” F 5’10” G 5’8” F 5’10” G 5’9”

YR. MAJOR 1 Education 3 Business Admin 4 BPHE 3 BPHE 1 Education 4 BPHE 1 BPHE 2 BPHE 2 Nursing 3 BPHE 2 BPHE 2 Business 3 BPHE 2 Psychology 1 Geography/Education 3 Social Welfare 1 Education 1 BPHE/Education 1 BPHE 1

LAKERS BEST... Outside Threat:

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Laurier Sat. 4 Waterloo Sat. 11 @ Lakehead Fri. 17 @ Brock Sat. 18 @ McMaster Fri. 24 Algoma Sat. 25 Guelph DECEMBER Fri. 1 @ Windsor Sat. 2 @ Western

HOMETOWN Ottawa Toronto Brockville Virden London Kanata Canoe Cove Guelph Toronto Ottawa Kanata Cambridge North Bay Ottawa East Gwillimbury Ottawa Kentville Ottawa Thunder Bay

JANUARY Fri. 5 Queen’s Sat. 6 York Fri. 12 Toronto Sat. 13 Ryerson Fri. 19 @ Ottawa Sat. 20 @ Carleton Fri. 26 @ York Sat. 27 @ Queen’s Wed. 31 Laurentian FEBRUARY Sat. 3 @ Laurentian Fri. 9 Carleton Sat. 10 Ottawa Fri. 16 @ Ryerson Sat. 17 @ Toronto

Defender:

Maeve Theriault and Heidi Smith

Nakissa Koomalsingh and Marla Corney

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Michaela Branker and Jamie Soffer

Natalie Martinez and Heidi Smith

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Devanee Dewey and Alexe Galipeau Wilson

Natalie Martinez and Heidi Smith

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

0 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 24 25

- 1 17 18 17 7 15 18 7 15 1 - 13 19 18 - 18 14

- 0 218 555 546 57 349 371 59 161 0 - 312 223 194 - 404 181

- - 26.3 33.2 30.5 13.3 42.3 33.8 10.5 45.0 - - 28.6 17.0 43.8 - 30.6 31.0

- - 22.9 30.3 29.9 16.7 38.5 18.8 7.7 - - - 11.1 27.8 - - 16.7 0.0

- - 57.9 76.7 60.0 100.0 53.7 62.5 - 23.1 - - 66.7 50.0 100.0 - 68.6 75.0

Rachel Jaworowicz Rachel Van Woezik Marla Corney Claire Abbott Heidi Smith Taylor Dennis Jamie Soffer Mackenzie Bahm Kendra Dennis Thaliyah Phillips Terrilyn Herrick Carissa Poulin Alexe Galipeau-Wilson Nakissa Koomalsingh Devanee Dewey Samantha Kordez Michaela Branker Sarah Layefsky

0-0 0-0 21-80 76-229 50-164 2-15 44-104 24-71 2-19 9-20 0-0 0-0 16-56 8-47 14-32 0-0 37-121 9-29

0-0 0-0 11-48 27-89 29-97 1-6 5-13 3-16 1-13 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-9 5-18 0-0 0-0 9-54 0-3

0-0 0-0 11-19 46-60 9-15 2-2 22-41 10-16 0-0 3-13 0-0 0-0 32-48 1-2 4-4 0-0 24-35 9-12

0 0 14 22 9 0 18 11 1 9 0 0 25 8 12 0 13 10

0 0 26 42 46 3 51 34 1 14 0 0 62 8 23 0 26 12

0 0 40 64 55 3 69 45 2 23 0 0 87 16 35 0 39 22

0 0 6 26 30 1 23 15 3 3 0 0 32 16 4 0 21 8

0 0 14 53 65 3 35 24 4 19 0 0 38 36 37 0 42 25

0 0 8 31 20 2 21 12 2 3 0 0 13 11 7 0 14 3

0 0 0 0 4 64 2 225 0 138 0 7 3 115 11 61 0 5 3 21 0 0 0 0 2 65 0 22 3 32 0 0 2 107 0 27

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM


Quick F MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

After a falling from a medal position at last year’s OUA Final Four, the GeeGees have re-tooled and are prepared for another season contending for the Wilson Cup. OUA First Team All-Star Jean Emmanuel Pierre-Charles is back for his fifth and final season and with Brody Maracle showing signs of an All-Star season, the Gee-Gees have a lot of strength in the paint. Senior starter Brandon Robinson is set to take over most of departing star Caleb Agada’s responsibilities, a role he is looking comfortable in to start the year. Incoming veteran transfers from the AUS in Sean Stoqua from Acadia and Kenny Jean-Louis from Cape Breton are keys in a top-notch recruiting class for James Derouin. A young Nova Scotia trio in Gage Sabean, Chase Tynes, and Alex Muise, along with third-year point guard Calvin Epistola, and other key recruits, mark a bright future in Ottawa.

“We’ve got a lot of new guys that we have to work into the lineup this year. We have the talent and experience to be a very dangerous team, we just have to get the pieces together. Our exhibition games have shown that we can succeed, but it’s all about improving along the road to March.”

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Key Losses: Caleb Agada, Matt Plunkett, Adam Presutti

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A W A T OT S E E G GEE WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

Last year, after a successful regular season, the playoffs did not fair well for the Gee-Gees as an early exit dashed goals of reaching the Critelli Cup final in consecutive years. This year, the team boasts a completely different look, one where size, defence, and shooting are at a premium. With a smaller core of returners, the Gee-Gees are maturing on the fly to start the season. OUA Second-Team AllStar Sarah Besselink returns, although injuries leave her season in question. OUA All-Rookie team Amalie Hachey will have to increase her role, particularly in scoring as she forms a dangerous back-court with third-year point guard Brooklynn McAlear. Newcomers in the post in Brigitte Lefebvre-Okankwu and NCAA transfer Angela Ribarich via Lafayette will immediately impact the team’s presence in the paint. Overall, the team has an eye on the future with their new look, but can be very competitive in the OUA once again this season.

“We have a lot of size coming in, which is something we’ve been needing. It’s a young group, so there will be a learning curve in getting the girls to mesh. At the end of the day, our defence is what will win us games as our offensive attack develops. We have high expectations, but I think we can meet them this year.” – Andy Sparks, Head Coach Key Losses: Julia Sorriano, Danielle Marion, Katherine Lemoine, Melina Wishart Key Returns: Sarah Besselink, Brooklynn McAleer, Amelie Hachey, Jennifer Crowe Key Recruits: Brigitte Lefebvre-Okankwu, Angela Ribarich, Maia Timmons, Adonaelle Mousambote


2017-18 SCHEDULE

2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 22 30 RS

NAME BorysMinger Kenny Jean-Louis Sean Stoqua Calvin Epistola Luka Lizdek Jean Emmanuel Chase Tynes MackenzieMorrison Alex Muise Stef Duric Brandon Robinson Malick Turenne Gage Sabean Andrew DeGroot Brody Maracle Joshua Stephens Jackson Mayers CamilleMusuakala

POS. YR. G 1 G 5 G 4 G 3 G 1 F 5 G 1 F 4 G 1 G 1 G 4 F 3 F 2 F 4 F 4 F 1 G 1 G 1

ELIG. 6-2 6-4 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-8 6-5 6-6 6-4 6-6 6-5 6-5 6-5 6-7 6-7 6-8 6-2 6-4

GEE-GEES BEST...

MAJOR Finance Education Master of Health Science Linguistics Marketing Social Sciences Women’s Studies Marketing Commerce Social Sciences Social Sciences Human Kinetics Accounting Communications Criminology and Sociology Criminology General Studies Communications

HOMETOWN Fort-de-France, Martinique Montreal, Que. Stittsville, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Vancouver, BC Ottawa, Ont. Dartmouth, NS Barrie, Ont. Hammonds Plains, NS Burlington, Ont. Montreal, Que. Kanata, Ont. Port Williams, NS Aurora, Ont. Napanee, Ont. Calgary, Alta. London, Ont. Ottawa, Ont.

Defender:

Outside Threat:

Jean Emmanuel Pierre-Charles, Brandon Robinson

Gage Sabean, Alex Muise

Ball Handler:

Scoring Threat: Jean Emmanuel Pierre-Charles, Brandon Robinson

Sean Stoqua, Calvin Epistola

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Jean Emmanuel Pierre-Charles, Brody Maracle

Sean Stoqua, Calvin Epistola

2016-17 SEASON STATS

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Algoma Sat. 4 Guelph Fri. 10 @ Laurier Sat. 11 @ Waterloo Tue. 14 @ Carleton Fr. 17 Western Sat. 18 Windsor Sat. 25 @ Lakehead DECEMBER Fri. 1 @ Brock Sat. 2 @ McMaster JANUARY Fri. 5 Toronto Sat. 6 Ryerson Fri. 12 @ York Sat. 13 @ Queen’s Fri. 19 Nipissing Sat. 20 Laurentian Fri. 26 @ Ryerson Sat. 27 @ Toronto FEBRUARY Fri. 2 Carleton Fri. 9 @ Laurentian Sat. 10 @ Nipissing Fri. 16 Queen’s Sat. 17 York

NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

1 Ryan Basso 3 Calvin Epistola 5 Jean Pierre-Charles 6 Caleb Agada 7 Mackenzie Morrison 9 Matt Plunkett 10 Brandon Robinson 11 Malick Turenne 12 Gage Sabean 13 Andrew DeGroot 15 Brody Maracle 22 Matt Karnik 24 Adam Presutti Tannor Steudle

8 19 19 17 18 19 19 17 19 12 18 - 19 -

27 4-12 355 36-90 512 113-209 443 93-204 225 22-58 496 48-131 462 45-116 58 5-9 223 27-72 66 8-19 470 85-139 - 0-0 494 75-164 - 0-0

33.3 4-9 44.4 1-1 100.0 0 1 1 0 2 1 0 13 40.0 10-42 23.8 18-28 64.3 7 31 38 56 28 23 1 100 54.1 1-9 11.1 46-92 50.0 56 110 166 27 32 17 28 273 45.6 16-64 25.0 51-75 68.0 27 82 109 56 38 49 5 253 37.9 11-30 36.7 10-20 50.0 27 32 59 9 16 10 3 65 36.6 42-116 36.2 6-10 60.0 15 48 63 19 12 13 4 144 38.8 21-69 30.4 24-42 57.1 10 49 59 27 21 14 1 135 55.6 0-1 0.0 0-0 - 4 6 10 3 2 4 0 10 37.5 20-59 33.9 0-0 - 2 12 14 12 5 2 1 74 42.1 0-2 0.0 4-5 80.0 4 7 11 1 4 1 6 20 61.2 0-2 0.0 40-73 54.8 43 66 109 27 24 8 5 210 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45.7 40-98 40.8 8-11 72.7 11 38 49 47 35 11 2 198 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 12:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS


A W A T OT S E E G GEE 2017-18 SCHEDULE 2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22

NAME Maia Timmons Brooklynn McAlear Sophia Bair-Marshall Natalie Liguori Aliisa Heiskanen Akpene Kwamie Adonaelle Mousamboté Amelie Hachey Jennifer Crowe Angela Ribarich Isabelle Dion Anne Carr Brigitte Lefebvre-Okankwu Sarah Besselink

HT. G G G G G F F G G F F F F G

POS. YR. 1 5-6 3 5-6 1 5-8 1 5-4 2 5-11 3 6-3 2 5-10 2 5-11 4 5-9 3 6-5 4 5-11 3 6-0 1 6-1 5 5-10

MAJOR Biomedical Science International Development General Studies Criminology Biomedical Science Social Science Biology Sciences Commerciales Electrical engineering Philosophy and Political Science Marketing Criminology Biomedical Science Human Kinetics

GEE-GEES BEST...

HOMETOWN Hantsport, NS Ottawa, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Alliston, Ont. Thunder Bay, Ont. Newmarket, Ont. Fleurimont, Que. Drummondville, Que. St-Bruno, Que. Toronto, Ont. St-Bruno, Que. Kingston, Ont. Gatineau, Que. Kingston, Ont.

Defender:

Outside Threat:

Sarah Besselink, Amelie Hachey

Sarah Besselink, Brigitte Lefebvre-Okankwu

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Sarah Besselink, Brooklynn McAleer

Brooklynn McAleer, Sarah Besselink

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor: Brooklynn McAleer, Maia Timmons

Brigitte Lefebvre-Okankwu, Angela Ribarich

2015-16 SEASON STATS NO. NAME 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 18 21 22 25 55

Julia Soriano

GP

10 Brooklynn McAlear-Fanus 19 Aliisa Heiskanen 5 Melina Wishart 18 Kellie Forand 16 Danielle Marion 14 Julia Dostaler 17 Ariane Lefebvre 15 Amelie Hachey 18 Jennifer Crowe 19 Isabelle Dion 18 Anne Wagar 10 Tessa Boyd 1 Katherine Lemoine 9 Sarah Besselink 19 Sophia Blair-Marshall - Genevieve Guay 6

MIN FG

333 464 33 270 345 288 326 162 295 314 152 92 3 147 551 - 18

PCT 3PT

25-83 30.1 11-43 38-131 29.0 6-23 5-11 45.5 0-0 39-109 35.8 12-45 16-66 24.2 1-13 42-93 45.2 1-5 42-123 34.1 3-14 16-43 37.2 4-20 54-127 42.5 15-50 33-100 33.0 0-7 12-46 26.1 0-1 4-27 14.8 1-3 1-2 50.0 0-0 22-40 55.0 0-1 103-242 42.6 31-87 0-0 - 0-0 2-9 22.2 1-6

PCT FT

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Algoma Sat. 4 Guelph Fri. 10 @ Laurier Sat. 11 @ Waterloo Tue. 14 @ Carleton Fr. 17 Western Sat. 18 Windsor Sat. 25 @ Lakehead DECEMBER Fri. 1 @ Brock Sat. 2 @ McMaster JANUARY Fri. 5 Toronto Sat. 6 Ryerson Fri. 12 @ York Sat. 13 @ Queen’s Fri. 19 Nipissing Sat. 20 Laurentian Fri. 26 @ Ryerson Sat. 27 @ Toronto FEBRUARY Fri. 2 Carleton Fri. 9 @ Laurentian Sat. 10 @ Nipissing Fri. 16 Queen’s Sat. 17 York

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 10:00 AM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

25.6 7-10 70.0 17 23 40 19 26.1 20-28 71.4 18 53 71 66 - 0-1 0.0 4 7 11 3 26.7 25-34 73.5 26 32 58 15 7.7 13-21 61.9 29 28 57 28 20.0 15-22 68.2 19 26 45 12 21.4 9-15 60.0 23 53 76 17 20.0 1-5 20.0 3 6 9 5 30.0 0-0 - 11 24 35 13 0.0 22-27 81.5 18 44 62 13 0.0 2-3 66.7 11 18 29 13 33.3 4-11 36.4 7 14 21 7 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0.0 7-10 70.0 17 14 31 15 35.6 25-28 89.3 29 89 118 25 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 16.7 0-0 - 2 2 2 0

16 17 1 40 27 2 4 1 1 11 13 2 23 18 1 15 13 4 27 19 2 9 8 1 25 20 8 24 9 2 8 8 3 4 3 1 1 0 1 16 5 6 47 20 13 0 0 0 0 0 0

68 102 10 115 46 100 96 37 123 88 26 13 2 51 262 0 5


MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The Gaels men’s basketball team will begin open their season at home when they welcome the Lakehead Thunderwolves on October 27 at 8pm. Queen’s finished the regular season with a 7-12 record and went on to advance to the OUA East quarter-finals against the Nipissing Lakers – a game that saw the Gaels season come to a close after a close 77-74 score that fell in the Lakers favour. The Queen’s men’s basketball all-time leading scorer, guard Sukhpreet Singh will be a big loss for the Gaels team. The two-time OUA All-Star was an offensive force during his five seasons, breaking the all-time scoring record at Queen’s with 1,392 points. The return of Mike Shoveller will surely boost the Queen’s team this year. After missing the 2016-17 season due to injury, the 6’11 post will be back in action for his fifth and final run with the Gaels. Returning alongside Shoveller, seniors Tanner Graham, Jesse Graham, and Isse Ibrahim will look to lead the Tricolour squad. Just behind Singh, Tanner Graham put up 251 points in 19 games for the Gaels. Transfer Jaz Bains comes into the Queen’s basketball team from the St. Lawrence College Vikings. Bains was an OCAA first team All-Star during his 2016-17 season, a CCAA All-Canadian, OCAA player of the year in 2015, and OCAA rookie of the year and second team All-Star in his collegiate debut. A guard, Bains will be a significant addition to the Gaels squad this season.

Key Losses: Sukhpreet Singh, Richard Iheadindu Key Returns: Tanner Graham, Mike Shoveller, Jesse Graham, Isse Ibrahim Key Recruits: Jaz Bains, Mathew Elcock

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S ’ N E E QU S L E A G WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The Queen’s women’s basketball team will open their 2017-18 season on home court when they host the Lakehead Thunderwolves on October 27 at 6pm. Coming off an epic 2016-17 campaign that culminated in a U SPORTS bronze medal, the Gaels team will once again look to go deep into the season and make playoffs for a 21st consecutive year in a row. Last year, the Gaels made waves in the OUA with an impressive 16-0 win streak before dropping a game. Capping off conference play at 18-1, the Queen’s women’s basketball team made history with the best regular season record the program has ever seen. The Gaels held a spot in the U SPORTS top 10 rankings for all 14 weeks of the season, with their best at the No.3 spot – the highest national ranking spot held by the team in program history. “It was a great year for us overall,” said head coach Dave Wilson following last season’s ArcelorMital Dofasco U SPORTS Women’s Final 8. “We set goals, made strides and were able to get almost all the way to the goal we set for ourselves. We look at this as an opportunity from which to build going forward.” While the Tricolour finished with a .840 win percentage last season, they will have to work hard to overcome the loss of dynamic duo Robyn Pearson (Toronto) and Emily Hazlett (Fredericton, N.B.). The pair of OUA All-Stars combined for 352 points last season. Returning OUA All-Stars Andrea Priamo (Guelph, Ont.) and Bridget Mulholland (Kingston, Ont.) will surely boost the Gaels squad under the leadership of the 2016 OUA Coach of the Year, Dave Wilson. On the court, look for Queen’s guard Marianne Alarie (Sudbury, Ont.) to have another big season. Alarie led the Gaels scoring last year, averaging 10.7 points a game for a grand total of 192 points on the season. After such a remarkable run, expectations are high for the women’s basketball team. With their latest team motto – “challenge accepted” – it’s clear that the Gaels are ready to take on the 2017 season right where they left off.

– Dave Wilson, Head Coach Key Loss: Robyn Pearson, Emily Hazlett Key Returns: Andrea Priamo, Bridget Mulholland, Marianne Alarie, Abby Dixon Key Recruits: Michelle Istead, Sophie de Goede


2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Fri. 27

2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 1 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 20 21 22 RS

NAME Michael Ogoms Harry Range Mat Elcock Mike Shoveller Quinton Gray Jesse Graham Connor Keefe Vincent Wood Luka Sevaljevic Tanner Graham Sammy Ayisi Osayende Omoregie Henry Van Herk Landon Brickenden Harrison Laugalys Jaz Bains Russell Winters

POS. YR,. G 2 F 2 G 2 P 4 G 2 F 4 F 1 G 3 G 1 F 4 G 4 G 3 F 2 G 2 F 1 G 4 F 4

HT. 6’4 6’5 6’1 6’11 6’3 6’6 6’8 6’3 6’5 6’7 5’10 6’3 6’8 6’4 6’8 5’11 6’6

GAELS BEST...

HOMETOWN Winnipeg, Man. Ottawa, Ont. Waterdown, Ont. Arnprior, Ont. Richmond Hill, Ont. Kingston, Ont. Halifax, N.S. Toronto, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Kingston, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Ajax, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Summerland, B.C. Orillia, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Long Island, NY

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Mat Elcock, Tanner Graham

Osayende Omoregie, Tanner Graham

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Jaz Bains, Quinton Gray

Jaz Bains, Harry Range

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Tanner Graham, Mike Shoveller

Jaz Bains, Quinton Gray

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

2 Kris Rotterman 1 3 Zac Smith - 4 Harry Range 18 5 Isse Ibrahim 18 6 Henry Van Herk 9 7 Sukhpreet Singh 18 8 Jesse Graham 18 9 Russell Winters 17 10 Vincent Wood 18 11 Richard Iheadindu 17 12 Tanner Graham 19 13 Sammy Ayisi 19 14 Martin Kulinich 4 15 Ross Vrana-Godwin 6 20 Landon Brickenden 5 21 Mike Blumel 18 22 Isaiah Wilson 8 23 Michael Ogoms 1

PCT FT

Lakehead

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 McMaster Sat. 4 Brock Fri. 10 @ Algoma Fri. 17 @ Waterloo Sat. 18 @ Laurier Fri. 24 Windsor Sat. 25 Western Wed. 29 York DECEMBER Fri. 1 @ Guelph JANUARY Fri. 5 @ Nipissing Sat. 6 @ Laurentian Fri. 12 Carleton Sat. 13 Ottawa Fri. 19 @ Ryerson Sat. 20 @ Toronto Fri. 26 Laurentian Sat. 27 Nipissing FEBRUARY Fri. 2 @ York Fri. 9 Toronto Sat. 10 Ryerson Fri. 16 @ Ottawa Sat. 17 @ Carleton

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

0 0-0 - 0-0 175 16-38 425 59-119 10 1-2 581 116-228 381 71-138 296 37-86 215 19-62 284 32-105 587 90-237 439 29-92 19 0-6 26 3-7 6 0-0 212 21-52 39 3-10 0 0-0

- 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 42.1 1-6 16.7 3-9 33.3 6 19 25 6 8 3 2 36 49.6 3-11 27.3 19-35 54.3 17 52 69 32 36 12 10 140 50.0 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 50.9 17-68 25.0 69-103 67.0 15 61 76 52 55 31 1 318 51.4 4-10 40.0 20-37 54.1 34 49 83 13 29 10 13 166 43.0 10-27 37.0 22-25 88.0 15 27 42 2 22 6 4 106 30.6 8-34 23.5 9-11 81.8 7 13 20 15 15 6 0 55 30.5 19-57 33.3 8-9 88.9 12 40 52 6 15 6 1 91 38.0 34-119 28.6 37-53 69.8 40 140 180 36 39 27 43 251 31.5 15-59 25.4 18-27 66.7 9 31 40 25 28 15 1 91 0.0 0-5 0.0 2-2 100.0 1 2 3 1 1 0 0 2 42.9 0-0 - 0-0 - 2 7 9 1 0 1 2 6 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 40.4 0-11 0.0 9-17 52.9 13 21 34 6 11 5 1 51 30.0 2-6 33.3 1-4 25.0 1 0 1 1 3 2 0 9 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 1:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS


S ’ N E E QU S L E A G 2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Fri. 27

2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 23

NAME Megan Saftich Emma Ritcey Sarah Saftich Abby Dixon Michelle Istead Katharina Holt Marianne Alarie Adriana Conti Myriam Fontaine Veronika Lavergne Andrea Priamo Sophie de Goede Bridget Mulholland Maddie Morris Julia DiMaio Natalie DiMaio

POS. YR. G 2 G 2 G 5 G 5 G 1 W 3 G 4 G 2 P 3 P 3 P 5 P 1 W 2 P 3 G 1 G 1

HT. 5’10 5’9 5’6 5’10 5’9 6’0 5’9 5’8 6’2 6’4 6’0 6’1 5’10 6’1 5’7 5’3

GAELS BEST...

HOMETOWN Markham, Ont. Barrie, Ont. Markham, Ont. North Vancouver, B.C. Ottawa, Ont. Tiny, Ont. Sudbury, Ont. Cornwall, Ont. Cornwall, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Guelph, Ont. Victoria, B.C. Kingston, Ont. Elgin, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Toronto, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Marianne Alarie, Bridget Mulholland

Abby Dixon, Andrea Priamo

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Veronika Lavergne, Andrea Priamo

Emma Ritcey, Abby Dixon

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Sophie de Goede, Veronika Lavergne

Emma Ritcey, Maddie Morris

2016-17 SEASON STATS

MAJOR Mechanical & Materials Eng.

Arts and Science Kinesiology Kinesiology Kinesiology Geological Engineering Life Sciences Commerce Life Sciences Arts and Science Nursing Commerce Kinesiology Psychology Kinesiology Kinesiology

PCT FT

Lakehead

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 McMaster Sat. 4 Brock Fri. 10 @ Algoma Fri. 17 @ Waterloo Sat. 18 @ Laurier Fri. 24 Windsor Sat. 25 Western Wed. 29 York DECEMBER Fri. 1 @ Guelph JANUARY Fri. 5 @ Nipissing Sat. 6 @ Laurentian Fri. 12 Carleton Sat. 13 Ottawa Fri. 19 @ Ryerson Sat. 20 @ Toronto Fri. 26 Laurentian Sat. 27 Nipissing FEBRUARY Fri. 2 @ York Fri. 9 Toronto Sat. 10 Ryerson Fri. 16 @ Ottawa Sat. 17 @ Carleton

NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

04 Megan Saftich 05 Emily Hazlett 06 Sarah Saftich 07 Abby Dixon 08 Emma Ritcey 09 Katharina Holt 10 Marianne Alarie 11 Adriana Conti 12 Myriam Fontaine 13 Veronika Lavergne 14 Andrea Priamo 15 Robyn Pearson 21 Bridget Mulholland 22 Gemma Bullard 23 Maddie Morris

10 19 19 19 19 16 18 1 17 19 18 18 19 11 -

75 5-12 459 64-156 248 20-70 449 57-175 290 17-53 131 12-36 417 77-188 0 0-0 138 13-49 288 66-122 418 70-149 409 81-179 348 37-95 131 13-54 - 0-0

41.7 2-7 28.6 2-6 33.3 2 2 4 2 4 7 0 14 41.0 6-23 26.1 36-54 66.7 18 36 54 78 50 36 13 170 28.6 16-56 28.6 0-2 0.0 7 17 24 11 14 13 0 56 32.6 13-50 26.0 31-46 67.4 27 35 62 22 26 45 2 158 32.1 4-16 25.0 12-16 75.0 5 41 46 38 27 16 4 50 33.3 2-9 22.2 18-23 78.3 20 12 32 4 16 2 3 44 41.0 14-52 26.9 24-40 60.0 19 47 66 26 44 38 3 192 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26.5 0-2 0.0 17-25 68.0 23 21 44 8 9 4 3 43 54.1 0-0 - 20-36 55.6 51 38 89 6 29 12 16 152 47.0 0-0 - 41-53 77.4 49 70 119 11 40 10 12 181 45.3 1-2 50.0 19-33 57.6 61 122 183 11 28 16 14 182 38.9 11-34 32.4 20-30 66.7 21 48 69 10 27 28 4 105 24.1 5-25 20.0 22-28 78.6 19 21 40 2 5 8 1 53 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 11:00 AM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM


MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

Having won two straight Wilson Cup championships the Rams are no longer trying to prove that they belong, but rather that they can become a dynasty. Coming off a second consecutive OUA title and the first national silver medal in program history in 2016-17, the expectations for the 2017-18 Ryerson Rams are higher than ever to replicate their success. The Rams will once again be built around their back court with returning guards Ammanuel Diressa, Myles Charvis and Roshane Roberts anchoring the offensive distribution. Though the Rams are built on speed and their guard play, Ryerson will boast likely the tallest player to play in the OUA, newcomer Tanor Ngom. Ngom is a prized recruit from Senegal who is projected to be an NBA draft pick one day and will not only be a shot blocking and rebounding presence, but a player who will force the opposition to think about going inside. Forwards Adam Voll and Filip Vujadinovic are now seasoned veterans who will play big roles in the Rams success this year, and the Rams get a big boost with the return of former OUA All-Rookie team member JV Mukama. Expect first years Zubair Seyed and Liam O’Leary-Orange to contribute off the bench while transfer Nathan Culbreath will add experience and composure to the lineup.

“We are excited to continue building on our commitment to excellence every day with a new group. This will be another exciting season as we welcome another challenge to chase a championship.” – Roy Rana, Head Coach Key Losses: Adika Peter-McNeilly, Juwon Grannum Key Returners: Ammanuel Diressa, JV Mukama, Keevon Small Key Recruits: Tanor Ngom, Zubair Seyed, Liam O’Leary-Orange

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N O S R RYE S M A R WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

A year removed from the Rams first OUA championship in 2015-16, last season Ryerson had to find a new rhythm and playing style but was ultimately eliminated in the quarter-final. This year the Rams have a renewed sense of self within the team and are poised to make their mark and return to OUA supremacy. All-Canadian forward Sofia Paska will lead the Rams in her fourth season while fellow senior Cara Tiemens will be an important contributor from the back court. After being forced to miss all of last season with a knee injury, forward Katherine Follis is determined to make up for lost time and make an impact this year. The sophomore forward duo of Emma Fraser and Bronwyn Williams, who were both OUA All-Rookie team members last year and participated in national team tryouts over the summer, will be looking to increase their production and become mainstays on the court. A new batch of incoming freshmen brings great promise for the Rams in terms of their depth. Watch for guards Marin Scotten, Leyki Sorra and Jama Bin-Edward to see significant minutes and make big contributions throughout the season.

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“We lost many key contributors from last year’s team, but despite that, we feel we have great experience coming off last season and look to use that experience to help players emerge into new roles and be a tough team to compete with again this season.” – Carly Clarke, Head Coach Key Losses: Kellie Ring, C’airah Gabriel-Robinson Key Returners: Sofia Paska, Cara Tiemens, Katherine Follis Key Recruits: Marin Scotten, Jama Bin-Edward, Leyki Sorra


2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Fri. 27

2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 21 22 23 RS

NAME Warsame Mohamed Ammanuel Diressa Filip Vujadinovic Nathan Culbreath Myles Charvis Jean-Victor Mukama Adam Voll Roshane Roberts Tanor Ngom Thedrose Demeke Keevon Small Chase Vassell Zubair Seyed Liam O’Leary-Orange Will Homayon Stefan Kojovic Nikola Urosevic

POS. HT. F 6-8 G 6-5 F 6-7 G 6-6 G 6-0 G 6-8 F 6-7 G 6-0 F 7-2 G 6-3 F 6-6 G 6-3 G 5-11 F 6-8 G 6-1 G 6-0 F 6-7

YR. 2 3 4 3 5 4 5 5 1 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

RAMS BEST...

MAJOR Geographic Analysis Business Management Business Management Business Management Business Management Child & Youth Care Nutrition & Food Geographic Analysis Arts & Contemporary Studies Geographic Analysis Arts & Contemporary Studies Arts & Contemporary Studies Arts & Contemporary Studies Child & Youth Care Business Management Aerospace Engineering Biomedical Science

HOMETOWN Toronto, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Burlington, Ont. Kingston, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Kitchener, Ont. Vaughan, Ont. Dakar, Senegal Toronto, Ont. Montreal, Que. Pickering, Ont. Cambridge, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Richmond Hill, Ont. Oakville, Ont. Toronto, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Ammanuel Diressa, JV Mukama

Filip Vujadinovic, Keevon Small

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Ammanuel Diressa

Myles Charvis, Ammanuel Diressa

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Tanor Ngom, Adam Voll

Myles Charvis, Roshane Roberts

2015-16 SEASON STATS

@ Algoma

8:00 PM

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ Windsor Sat. 4 @ Western Wed. 8 Brock Fri. 10 McMaster Wed. 15 @ Guelph Fri. 24 Waterloo Sat. 25 Laurier Wed. 29 @ Toronto DECEMBER Sat. 2 Lakehead JANUARY Fri. 5 @ Carleton Sat. 6 @ Ottawa Fri. 12 @ Laurentian Sat. 13 @ Nipissing Wed. 17 York Fri. 19 Queen’s Fri. 26 Ottawa Sat. 27 Carleton FEBRUARY Fri. 2 Toronto Wed. 7 @ York Sat. 10 @ Queen’s Fri. 16 Nipissing Sat. 17 Laurentian

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 1:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

03 04 05 06 08 09 10 11 12 14 15 21 22 23

15 18 9 19 15 11 16 14 2 18 18 19 19 1

124 518 30 376 154 200 234 99 3 429 521 598 512 18

63.6 46.7 60.0 31.5 39.0 45.1 37.8 33.3 - 48.0 44.5 47.3 46.4 50.0

- 41.3 100.0 26.6 26.3 35.7 33.3 30.4 - 33.3 43.1 37.5 40.6 0.0

66.7 11 83.1 24 - 1 72.7 8 88.9 7 83.3 24 55.6 20 - 4 - 0 63.6 28 86.5 11 87.3 33 71.4 34 71.4 1

Warsame Mohamed Ammanuel Diressa Shiv Padam Roshane Roberts Chase Vassell Adam Voll Filip Vujadinovic Theodrose Demeke Jamal Jabril Keevon Small Myles Charvis Adika Peter-McNeilly Juwon Grannum Jovan Leamy

21-33 113-242 3-5 45-143 23-59 32-71 34-90 10-30 0-0 61-127 57-128 132-279 77-166 4-8

0-0 52-126 2-2 17-64 10-38 5-14 16-48 7-23 0-0 19-57 22-51 45-120 28-69 0-2

2-3 64-77 0-0 16-22 8-9 10-12 10-18 0-0 0-0 21-33 32-37 55-63 15-21 5-7

21 62 1 43 21 32 33 8 0 65 52 101 58 2

32 4 86 56 2 2 51 26 28 7 56 6 53 9 12 3 0 0 93 22 63 71 134 69 92 24 3 4

9 48 0 24 19 5 10 5 1 10 28 37 20 1

1 33 0 18 17 5 8 2 1 42 27 39 14 3

2 5 0 0 2 13 5 0 0 14 1 4 10 0

44 342 8 123 64 79 94 27 0 162 168 364 197 13


N O S R RYE S M A R 2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Fri. 27

2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 21 22 24 25

NAME Jama Bin-Edward Marin Scotten Cara Tiemens Devisha Binns Maddy Gojmerac Sofia Paska Leyki Sorra Bronwyn Williams Savanna Hamilton Stefanija Mrvaljevic Katherine Follis Tashana McDonald Sarah Ghali Chloe Mago Emma Fraser

POS. HT. F 5-10 G 5-11 G 5-10 G 5-8 G 5-8 F 6-4 G 5-10 F 6-2 F 6-1 G 5-10 F 6-2 F 6-0 F 5-11 G 5-7 F 6-2

YR. 1 1 4 2 1 4 1 2 4 1 4 1 3 5 2

RAMS BEST...

MAJOR Politics & Governance Arts & Contemporary Studies English Sociology History Early Childhood Studies Early Childhood Studies Early Childhood Studies RTA: Sport Media Business Management RTA: Sport Media Caribbean Studies International Economics & Finance Early Childhood Studies Professional Communication

Defender:

Cara Tiemens

Cara Tiemens, Jama Bin-Edward

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Sofia Paska

Chloe Mago

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Sofia Paska, Savanna Hamilton

Chloe Mago

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

03 04 05 06 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 24 25

14 18 16 11 19 19 19 7 19 6 19 - 5 5 17 19

148 174 401 30 567 493 373 121 630 37 359 - 9 10 139 356

36.2 44.4 26.3 33.3 45.6 31.5 54.4 26.3 42.9 22.2 25.5 - 40.0 33.3 34.2 43.2

38.5 0.0 23.0 0.0 28.6 12.0 - - 26.3 26.7 28.6 - - 33.3 20.0 -

Faatimah A Devenae Bryce Cara Tiemens Devisha Binns Sofia Paska C’airah Gabriel-Robinson Bronwyn Williams Savanna Hamilton Kellie Ring Jaime Hills Nicole DiDomenico Katherine Follis Tashana McDonald Sarah Ghali Chloe Mago Emma Fraser

17-47 24-54 36-137 1-3 125-274 46-146 37-68 5-19 114-266 4-18 25-98 0-0 2-5 1-3 13-38 35-81

5-13 0-3 20-87 0-1 2-7 3-25 0-0 0-0 15-57 4-15 18-63 0-0 0-0 1-3 1-5 0-0

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ Windsor Sat. 4 @ Western Wed. 8 Brock Fri. 10 McMaster Wed. 15 @ Guelph Fri. 24 Waterloo Sat. 25 Laurier Wed. 29 @ Toronto DECEMBER Sat. 2 Lakehead JANUARY Fri. 5 @ Carleton Sat. 6 @ Ottawa Fri. 12 @ Laurentian Sat. 13 @ Nipissing Wed. 17 York Fri. 19 Queen’s Fri. 26 Ottawa Sat. 27 Carleton FEBRUARY Fri. 2 Toronto Wed. 7 @ York Sat. 10 @ Queen’s Fri. 16 Nipissing Sat. 17 Laurentian

HOMETOWN Waterloo, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Newmarket, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Welland, Ont. Etobicoke, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Whitby, Ont. Calgary, Alta. Scarborough, Ont. Toronto, Ont.

Outside Threat:

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PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

6-8 75.0 13-29 44.8 39-54 72.2 1-2 50.0 100-122 82.0 19-26 73.1 13-24 54.2 3-6 50.0 34-55 61.8 0-0 - 10-16 62.5 0-0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 4-6 66.7 13-21 61.9

4 19 16 1 71 41 24 12 39 0 9 0 1 0 2 17

19 36 46 1 127 46 66 27 91 3 31 0 2 2 9 49

23 13 55 9 62 12 2 4 198 19 87 13 90 13 39 4 130 81 3 4 40 15 0 0 3 0 2 0 11 5 66 11

26 15 23 2 40 39 17 9 44 4 11 0 1 1 20 33

7 8 26 2 15 27 8 4 32 2 14 0 1 0 8 10

0 45 3 61 4 131 1 3 13 352 1 114 15 87 0 13 7 277 0 12 3 78 0 0 0 4 0 3 2 31 7 83

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6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 12:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 11:00 AM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM


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MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s basketball team will be looking to utilize a high-octane offence and team defence to return to the OUA playoffs in 2017-18. Last season, the Blue and White picked up their first playoff win under the helm of head coach John Campbell, as well as the first for the program since 2009, defeating the Lakehead Thunderwolves at home before being knocked out the OUA quarter-final round. With the graduation of perennial scoring threat Devin Johnson, the reigns to Toronto’s offence will be handed over to a host of athletic guards. Leading the charge will be fifth-year slasher Reilly Reid and fourth-year facilitator Sage Usher. In his first season in the Blue and White last year, Reid finished second on the team with 11.5 point per game. A mismatch for many defences, the Mississauga, Ont., native has showcased an ability to penetrate on the offensive end, while also proving to be a stout defender himself on the perimeter. Meanwhile, Usher has been a mainstay for the Blues, playing in 56 regular season games since his OUA all-rookie campaign in 2014-15. He has led U of T in assists in all three seasons as the Blues primary ball handler and has developed an efficient outside shot, finishing tied for fourth in the OUA in three-point percentage a season ago. In the frontcourt, third-year forward Daniel Johansson will be handed the bulk of the work on the block. A 6-foot-8 post specialist from Stockholm, Sweden, Johansson has not missed a game for Toronto is his two seasons thus far, earning OUA all-rookie recognition in 2015-16. Varsity Blues head coach John Campbell has praised the big man’s defence through the Blues grueling preseason schedule, pointing out the importance Johansson will play for the team this season. Key Losses: Devin Johnson Key Returns: Sage Usher, Reilly Reid, Daniel Johansson Key Recruits: Jawara Pedican, Evan Shadkami, James Miles

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WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

With an impressive preseason under their belt, the University of Toronto Varsity Blues women’s basketball team are looking to defy expectations in 2017-18. Graduating only one player from their starting five a season ago, the Blue and White will have experience on their side, with an added boost from youthful contributors. Third-year guard Keyira Parkes and fifth-year guard Rahshida Atkinson will provide a 1-2 scoring punch for U of T after finishing 1-2 in scoring for the Blues last season. Both natives of Scarborough, Ont., Parkes provides confidence shooting from beyond the arc, while Atkinson has displayed a lethal pullup ability in the midrange. Facilitating the pair will be the Blues primary ball handler, Diedre Edwards. A fifth-year Kinesiology major, Edwards is an all-around athlete who fills up the scoresheet ranking among team leaders in points, rebounds, assists, and steals. Down low, the Blues boast a duo of versatile forwards in third-year standouts Charlotte Collyer and Sarah Bennett. Collyer has impressed since day one, leading the team in rebounds last season, while chipping in with an offensive game that stretches from inside the paint to outside the three-point arc. Meanwhile, Bennett provided a spark off the bench for U of T in her first two seasons and will be looked upon to take a leap in her third season, providing similar versatility to her frontcourt running mate in Collyer. Key Losses: Alanna Garner Key Returns: Rahshida Atkinson, Diedre Edwards, Keyira Parkes, Emily Piccini Key Recruits: Nada Radonjic, Christine Jurcau, Sarah Knowles


2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Sat. 28

2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23

NAME Vincenzo Bufalino Reilly Reid Sage Usher Nigel Carey-Kochan Dillon Rejman Jawara Pedican Evan Shadkami Nicholas Morris Christopher Barrett Chase Ruttenberg Cameron Dietzel Yaakob Bendayan James Miles Daniel Johansson Nikola Paradina Nikola Malesevic

POS. HT. G 5-10 G 6-3 G 6-3 G 6-3 G 6-4 G 6-1 G 6-1 F 6-9 G 5-11 G 6-5 G 6-2 F 6-8 F 6-7 F 6-8 G 6-5 F 6-8

YR. 1 5 4 1 2 3 1 3 3 5 1 1 1 3 3 1

BLUES BEST...

MAJOR Commerce

HOMETOWN Peterborough, N.H. Urban Studies/Human Geography Mississauga, Ont. Urban Studies/Human Geography Toronto, Ont. Kinesiology Orangeville, Ont. Commerce Chicago, Ill. Kinesiology Vaughan, Ont. Kinesiology Toronto, Ont. Political Science/Philosophy Toronto, Ont. Kinesiology Vaughan, Ont. English North Vancouver, B.C. Physical Mathematics Sarnia, Ont. Mechanical Engineering Toronto, Ont. Social Science Hamilton, Ont. Political Science Stockholm, Sweden Urban Studies Toronto, Ont. Management Toronto, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Sage Usher, Reilly Reid

Jawara Pedican, Reilly Reid

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Reilly Reid, Sage Usher

Sage Usher, Chris Barrett

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Daniel Johanson, Reilly Reid

Sage Usher, Chris Barrett

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 15 21 22 23

11 18 18 18 7 13 16 19 19 16 18 19 18 -

15 545 534 583 16 289 50 349 251 63 272 486 197 -

57.1 38.2 44.0 40.6 40.0 44.8 33.3 40.3 40.8 30.0 30.6 49.1 43.3 -

50.0 35.8 44.4 41.8 50.0 38.7 0.0 41.5 34.2 28.6 0.0 15.4 29.4 -

Seun Olutogun Reilly Reid Sage Usher Devin Johnson Dillon Rejman Manny Sahota Nicholas Morris Christopher Barrett Chase Ruttenberg Kelan McConnell Kwasi Oti-Awere Daniel Johansson Nikola Paradina Devante Browne

4-7 78-204 55-125 113-278 2-5 39-87 3-9 29-72 29-71 3-10 15-49 79-161 29-67 0-0

2-4 24-67 32-72 38-91 2-4 12-31 0-2 17-41 13-38 2-7 0-1 2-13 10-34 0-0

@ Algoma

8:00 PM

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ Western Sat. 4 @ Windsor Fri. 10 Brock Sat. 11 McMaster Sat. 18 @ Guelph Fri. 24 Laurier Sat. 25 Waterloo Wed. 29 Ryerson

8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

DECEMBER Fri. 1 Lakehead JANUARY Fri. 5 @ Ottawa Sat. 6 @ Carleton Fri. 12 @ Nipissing Sat. 13 @ Laurentian Fri. 19 York Sat. 20 Queen’s Fri. 26 Carleton Sat. 27 Ottawa FEBRUARY Fri. 2 @ Ryerson Fri. 9 @ Queen’s Sat. 10 @ York Fri. 16 Laurentian Sat. 17 Nipissing

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

2-2 100.0 27-37 73.0 38-48 79.2 105-128 82.0 0-1 0.0 14-22 63.6 1-2 50.0 18-24 75.0 8-11 72.7 2-2 100.0 13-24 54.2 21-39 53.8 6-12 50.0 0-0 -

2 11 6 26 1 24 6 9 16 3 23 26 11 0

2 74 58 95 1 38 9 24 34 6 34 52 21 0

4 0 85 24 64 44 121 31 2 0 62 8 15 2 33 36 50 18 9 1 57 8 78 14 32 5 0 0

1 27 43 33 0 14 2 29 18 2 12 39 8 0

2 19 18 20 0 9 0 13 17 0 5 6 4 0

0 1 1 4 0 4 0 0 0 0 3 5 3 0

12 207 180 369 6 104 7 93 79 10 43 181 74 0


O T N O TOR S E U L B Y T I S R VA 2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Sat. 28

2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 24

NAME Keyira Parkes Rahshida Atkinson Mahal De La Durantaye Elise Holt Diedre Edwards Corinne Smith Christine Jurcau Nada Radonjic Sarah Bennett Sara Knowles Emily Piccini Josipa Curic Charlotte Collyer Kirsten McLeod Connie Harris

POS. HT. G 5-1 G 5-9 G 5-8 F 5-11 G 5-7 G 5-8 G 5-5 F 6-0 F 5-11 F 6-0 F 5-10 F 6-2 F 6-0 G 5-5 F 6-2

YR. 3 5 2 1 5 1 1 2 3 1 5 1 3 1 3

BLUES BEST...

MAJOR Criminology/English Geography Neuroscience/Global Health Kinesiology Kinesiology Psychology Commerce Sociology/Anthropology Kinesiology Engineering Life Science Life Science Human Biology Economics Kinesiology

Defender:

Keyira Parkes, Rahshida Atkinson

Keyira Parkes, Diedre Edwards

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Keyira Parkes, Nada Radonjic

Keyira Parkes, Christine Jurcau

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Sarah Bennett, Charlotte Collyer

Keyira Parkes, Christine Jurcau

2016 - 17 SEASON STATS

6:00 PM

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ Western Sat. 4 @ Windsor Fri. 10 Brock Sat. 11 McMaster Sat. 18 @ Guelph Fri. 24 Laurier Sat. 25 Waterloo Wed. 29 Ryerson

HOMETOWN Scarborough, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Tiny, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Miami, Fla. Richmond HIll, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Coquitlam, B.C. Dundas, Ont. Mississauga, Ont. Colleyville, Texas Mississauga, Ont. Markham, Ont.

Outside Threat:

@ Algoma

DECEMBER Fri. 1 Lakehead JANUARY Fri. 5 @ Ottawa Sat. 6 @ Carleton Fri. 12 @ Nipissing Sat. 13 @ Laurentian Fri. 19 York Sat. 20 Queen’s Fri. 26 Carleton Sat. 27 Ottawa FEBRUARY Fri. 2 @ Ryerson Fri. 9 @ Queen’s Sat. 10 @ York Fri. 16 Laurentian Sat. 17 Nipissing

NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 24

17 18 - 9 13 15 19 1 19 17 17 5 16 19 7

508 475 - 45 417 124 299 3 320 211 336 11 383 514 49

32.3 33.5 - 14.3 41.3 21.2 24.7 0.0 37.4 27.8 42.5 - 42.7 34.6 60.0

32.3 20.3 - 0.0 - 16.7 25.9 - 18.2 0.0 29.4 - 14.3 31.0 -

68.2 86.6 - 50.0 72.2 60.0 66.7 - 60.6 55.2 57.9 0.0 73.3 56.6 -

Keyira Parkes Rahshida Atkinson Mahal De La Durantaye Danielle Voit Diedre Edwards Yanique Smith Maddy Baker Nada Radonjic Sarah Bennett Charlotte Craig Emily Piccini Maria Gill Charlotte Collyer Alanna Garner Connie Harris

63-195 81-242 0-0 1-7 33-80 7-33 20-81 0-1 37-99 25-90 45-106 0-0 53-124 44-127 3-5

30-93 14-69 0-0 0-3 0-0 1-6 14-54 0-0 2-11 0-1 5-17 0-0 1-7 13-42 0-0

15-22 58-67 0-0 1-2 39-54 9-15 4-6 0-0 20-33 16-29 11-19 0-2 22-30 30-53 0-0

12 22 0 1 28 14 8 0 38 30 17 1 33 27 0

47 50 0 1 41 10 17 0 56 35 29 1 61 50 5

59 27 72 18 0 0 2 1 69 39 24 3 25 7 0 0 94 3 65 12 46 22 2 0 94 14 77 15 5 0

48 67 0 4 25 12 23 0 32 18 33 1 30 27 2

30 23 0 0 28 10 17 0 9 16 23 0 18 15 0

2 8 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 8 1 0 4 5 2

6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

171 234 0 3 105 24 58 0 96 66 106 0 129 131 6


MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The Warriors men’s basketball program boasted one of the youngest starting five

in all of U SPORTS last year and 2017-18 will not be any different. In all likelihood, this year’s Warriors, will start only 1 player who is in their 3rd year of eligibility, with the other 4 being either 1st or 2nd year players.

The terrific trio of Justin Hardy, Simon Petrov and Nedim Hodzic all return for their

second year in the black and gold after outstanding rookie campaigns. All three were named OUA all-rookies while Hodzic also earned a spot on the second-team all-star list. Hodzic led the Warriors in points per game with 16.6, which included a masterful performance in the Battle of Waterloo school day game where he registered 28 points. The rookie forward was also big on the boards, collecting 8.3 rebounds per game.

Petrov was third in Warriors scoring, putting up 10.6 points per game and came on

strong down the stretch with 104 points in his final five games. Rounding out the rookie attack was Hardy who averaged 9.7 points per game and had 20 steals on the year. Hardy’s most impressive performance was in Waterloo’s huge win over Windsor on Fantastic Alumni Day where he tallied 23 points. Six-foot-eight forward Ramon Prados brings inside presence but also has the ability to shoot the deep ball and will play a pivotal role on both sides of the court. “Divi [Ramon Prados] had a very productive summer, he spent lots of time in the weight room and the efforts are paying off, he is rebounding the ball at a much higher rate and is becoming a better back to the basket player for us.”

Rookie forward Baradziej spent the past three seasons at the powerhouse Prep

School of Wasatch Academy in Mount Pleasant, Utah. He brings size, speed and has the ability to shoot the ball from the perimeter. He is a versatile player who can move around positions and will add a unique skill set to the Warriors starting five. Other key recruits include St. Benedict’s Catholic School products Evan Rodenburg (forward) and Justin Malnerich (guard). The Warriors have also added forward Cameron Penner out of Collingwood Collegiate. The 6-foot-7, 205 lbs. lefty will add much needed size, toughness and

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“We had a nice finish to the 2016-17 season, which helped build momentum for our off-season. This was the most productive off-season for our guys in a long time. I am excited to move forward with this young group that we have, we have lots to learn, but the group is a keen bunch of talented & smart student-athletes, who will

Head Coach: J Tel. 519-888-45 Email: jgunter@

continue to improve as the season progresses.”

Women’s B

– Justin Gunter, Head Coach Key Losses: Ben Davis, Jon Ravenhorst, Mike Pereira Key Returns: Nedim Hodzic, Simon Petrov, Justin Hardy, David Ramon Prados Key Recruits: Colin Connors, Cam Penner, Evan Rodenburg, Justin Malnerich ,Jeff Baradziej

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O O L R WATE S R O I R WAR WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The Warriors women’s basketball program lost four of their five starters and it looks like it will be a developing year for the black and gold but for Craig Nickel and his squad it’s not about what is missing but rather what this team possesses that will be his focus.

“We have an incredibly hard working, passionate and skilled group of student-athletes that are willing to lay everything on the line for their teammates,” said Nickel, who was hired on as the full-time coach back in March. “We’re young and will experience growing pains throughout the season but we have a lot of players we can go to on the bench and we will continue to preach that hard work and passion always trumps skill.”

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Nickel will rely heavily on a pair of returning guards Sydney Wilson and Aphia Ward both who enter their second year with the black and gold this season. Wilson and Ward bring a versatile game to the Warriors lineup including the ability to drive down low but also a strong perimeter game. Also returning for Waterloo is point guard Ella Mahler (third year) and forward Hilary Ferguson (fourth year) who have been steady players for the Warriors the past few seasons. Both will be called upon to play bigger roles this year with an expected increase in playing time. Amy Jarvis is another key piece for this squad, and if she can remain healthy will be in the starting lineup on a nightly basis. Nickel has also brought in some key pieces that are expected to make immediate impacts including forward Ann Stewart, and guards, Meghan Sharp, Krissia Vasquez, Beth Fleming, and Celeste Harrison. Stewart of Yellowknife, NWT joins the Warriors after three years of competition with the Concordia University of Edmonton Thunder out of the Alberta College Athletic Conference (ACAC). The 6-foot forward is a tall, athletic post player who will bring grit and speed to the Warriors lineup. As a member of the Thunder, Stewart was the leading rebounder and second leading scorer last season while being named to the all-conference team. Overall, Stewart finished ninth in the ACAC in rebounding and third in blocks. She was also an academic all-Canadian making her the perfect fit for Waterloo. Sharp is a 5-foot-8 guard who had an impressive training camp and appears ready to make an immediate contribution as a highly effective defender and rebounder. Sharp, who played at Resurrection CSS, was chosen as MVP of the D8 league and was a member of Nickel’s Tri-County JUEL team, a finalist at the 2015-16 JUEL Championships. Vasquez is a 5-foot-4 combo guard who played high school ball for Resurrection CSS and as a part of Tri-County JUEL and Big Country Academy. Her Tri-County JUEL team, coached by Nickel, won the silver medal at the 2015-16 JUEL Championship. Fleming of Cambridge, put together one of the most memorable seasons in Waterloo County senior girls high school basketball and was named the league’s most valuable player and was a first-team all-star selection as a member of the Galt Collegiate Ghosts. Fleming led the team in scoring, assists, free throws, steals, and minutes played. Harrison attended Ribet Academy in Los Angeles last season, averaging 10 points, seven rebounds and four assists per game. The hard working guard will be a valued edition to the black and gold thanks to her hard working mindset.

Key Losses: Emily Wilk, Kristen Osborne, Nicole Schlick, Jenel Ulman Key Returns: Sydney Wilson, Hilary Ferguson, Aphia Ward, Ella Mahler, Amy Jarvis Key Recruits: Ann Stewart, Beth Fleming, Krissia Vasquez


2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Sat. 28

2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 20 23 24 25 42 RS RS

NAME Colin Connors Simon Petrov Jesse Figueiredo Jayden Grewal Jeff Baradziej Fadi Elgadi Caleb Comar-Subotich Kristian Vande Kemp Camden La Bastide Cameron Penner David Ramon Prados Justin Hardy Justin Malnerich Ryan Trottier Evan Rodenburg Nedim Hodzic Korbil Gany Eddie Omari

POS. HT.. G 5’11 PG 6’3 PG 6’1 G 6’2 F 6’6 F 6’7 G 6’3 F 6’6 C 6’8 F 6’7 F 6’8 G 6’4 G 6’2 G 6’2 C 6’10 F 6’5 G 6’2 G 5’9

YR. 2 2 2 1 1 2 1 4 1 1 3 2 1 2 1 2 1 1

MAJOR Psychology Accounting & Financial Mgmt. Honours Recreation Science & Business Arts & Business Arts & Business Anthropology Mechanical Engineering Mathematics Kinesiology System Design Engineering Mathematics Kinesiology Chemical Engineering Physical Science Biomedical Engineering Arts Arts & Business

HOMETOWN St. Johns Waterloo Innisfil Oakville Grimsby Waterloo Ottawa Rockwood Elora Collingwood Madrid Waterloo Cambridge Chilliwack Cambridge Waterloo Kitchener Kitchener

WARRIORS BEST... Outside Threat:

Ball Handler:

Colin Connors, Justin Malnerich

Simon Petrov, Justin Hardy

Scoring Threat:

Ball Distributor:

Nedim Hodzic, Simon Petrov

Simon Petrov, Justin Hardy

Rebounder: Nedim Hodzic, Cam Penner

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

03 Jon Ravenhorst 20 04 Simon Petrov 20 05 Jesse Figueiredo 4 07 Ben Davis 20 08 Fadi Elgadi 8 09 David Bajic 2 10 Kristian Vande kemp 13 13 Zachary Marchildon 6 14 Muhammad Anwar 16 15 David Ramon Prados 20 20 Mike Pereira 20 23 Justin Hardy 20 24 Ryan Trottier - 42 Nedim Hodzic 20

PCT FT

Western

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ Laurentian Sat. 4 @ Nipissing Fri. 10 Carleton Sat. 11 Ottawa Fri. 17 Queen’s Sat. 18 York Fri. 24 @ Ryerson Sat. 25 @ Toronto DECEMBER Sat. 2 @ Laurier JANUARY Fri. 5 Algoma Sat. 6 Algoma Wed. 10 McMaster Fri. 12 Windsor Fri. 19 @ Lakehead Sat. 20 @ Lakehead Fri. 26 Laurier Sat. 27 @ Brock Wed. 31 @ Western FEBRUARY Sat. 3 Brock Wed. 7 @ McMaster Fri. 9 Guelph Wed. 14 @ Guelph Fri. 16 @ Windsor

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

608 85-232 596 84-220 4 0-3 412 56-147 23 0-1 2 0-0 110 6-26 8 0-0 78 2-11 301 28-97 561 69-153 565 67-172 - 0-0 629 125-279

36.6 44-134 32.8 35-51 68.6 22 88 110 39 44 21 1 249 38.2 12-36 33.3 32-38 84.2 5 52 57 48 64 13 3 212 0.0 0-1 0.0 0-0 - 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 38.1 9-45 20.0 36-66 54.5 22 54 76 19 30 21 17 157 0.0 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 23.1 5-23 21.7 2-4 50.0 5 8 13 1 4 1 0 19 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 18.2 0-0 - 4-6 66.7 6 15 21 6 4 3 2 8 28.9 15-58 25.9 17-24 70.8 11 33 44 7 10 3 3 88 45.1 3-11 27.3 35-67 52.2 64 150 214 15 35 5 11 176 39.0 26-81 32.1 33-40 82.5 15 71 86 33 61 20 6 193 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 44.8 0-1 0.0 81-118 68.6 70 96 166 23 47 17 9 331

2:00 PM

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 2:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS


O O L R WATE S R O I R WAR 2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Sat. 28

2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 1 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23 RS

NAME Beth Fleming Claire Mitchell Meghan Sharp Sydney Wilson Ann Stewart Victoria Mauricio Caitlin MacLeod Aphia Ward Afifa Salad Julia Pavlik Celeste Harrison Amy Jarvis Breanna Hudspeth Hilary Ferguson Ella Mahler Krissia Vasquez Megan Goar

POS. HT. G 5-8 PG 5-6 F 5-9 G 5-7 F 6-1 G 5-4 F 5-11 G 5-10 G 5-8 G 5-5 G 5-7 F 5-10 F 5-10 F 6-1 PG 5-6 G 5-4 F 6’0”

YR. 1 2 1 2 4 1 5 2 2 5 1 3 2 4 3 1 2

WARRIORS BEST...

MAJOR Arts Rec & Sports Business Kinesiology Rec & Sports Business Optometry Kinesiology Recreation & Leisure Rec & Sports Business Arts Recreation & Leisure Kinesiology Public Health Life Sciences Recreation & Leisure Psychology Public Health Kinesiology

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Aphia Ward, Julia Pavlik

Sydney Wilson, Julia Pavlik

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Afifa Salad, Aphia Ward

Ella Mahler, Claire Mitchell

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Ann Stewart, Breanna Hudspeth

Sydney Wilson, Ella Mahler

2016-17 SEASON STATS

HOMETOWN Cambridge Calgary Kitchener Guelph Yellowknife Stoney Creek Mississauga Beaumont Cambridge Waterloo Ajax Burlington Burlington Cambridge Hamilton Kitchener Waterloo

PCT FT

Western

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 @ Laurentian Sat. 4 @ Nipissing Fri. 10 Carleton Sat. 11 Ottawa Fri. 17 Queen’s Sat. 18 York Fri. 24 @ Ryerson Sat. 25 @ Toronto DECEMBER Sat. 2 @ Laurier JANUARY Fri. 5 Algoma Sat. 6 Algoma Wed. 10 McMaster Fri. 12 Windsor Fri. 19 @ Lakehead Sat. 20 @ Lakehead Fri. 26 Laurier Sat. 27 @ Brock Wed. 31 @ Western FEBRUARY Sat. 3 Brock Wed. 7 @ McMaster Fri. 9 Guelph Wed. 14 @ Guelph Fri. 16 @ Windsor

NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

04 Claire Mitchell 05 Fran Smith 06 Sydney Wilson 07 Nicole Schlick 09 Afifa Salad 10 Aphia Ward 11 Jenel Ulman 12 Emily Wilk 13 Kristen Osborne 14 Amy Jarvis 15 Breanna Hudspeth 21 Hilary Ferguson 22 Ella Mahler 23 Sofie Persson

2 12 20 15 11 20 20 20 20 9 12 20 17 20

5 0-0 55 2-23 452 22-73 345 32-107 58 8-20 312 37-135 519 62-205 621 84-229 531 85-254 87 11-47 143 22-48 281 26-75 147 5-18 439 16-52

- 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8.7 2-17 11.8 3-4 75.0 1 4 5 4 5 1 0 9 30.1 3-16 18.8 19-33 57.6 33 43 76 29 38 14 1 66 29.9 0-0 - 5-15 33.3 23 62 85 11 22 5 4 69 40.0 1-8 12.5 2-6 33.3 3 3 6 2 4 2 0 19 27.4 23-93 24.7 5-11 45.5 10 32 42 9 34 8 5 102 30.2 15-66 22.7 25-41 61.0 35 49 84 32 66 46 2 164 36.7 25-85 29.4 18-28 64.3 20 65 85 66 68 27 4 211 33.5 16-66 24.2 52-69 75.4 21 63 84 19 52 21 4 238 23.4 6-20 30.0 5-10 50.0 4 8 12 2 11 3 0 33 45.8 2-5 40.0 26-44 59.1 19 26 45 5 11 5 3 72 34.7 0-5 0.0 24-28 85.7 20 47 67 1 10 4 6 76 27.8 4-11 36.4 2-6 33.3 3 12 15 11 15 3 0 16 30.8 2-9 22.2 1-6 16.7 10 67 77 33 29 28 0 35

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

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MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

After a season which saw the Mustangs finish with an 8-13 record and miss the postseason for the first time in four years, Western will be looking for a bounce back year with a mix of veteran leadership and a surge of young talent joining the program. After being led in scoring by rookie Omar Shiddo, the Mustangs will look to continue developing their young prospects, while still relying on the steady production of their more experienced veterans. Expected to bring the team back to playoff contention will be veterans Alex Coote, Eriq Jenkins, and Cam Morris. Coote, who is entering his fourth year of eligibility for the purple and white and has been named one of the captains for this year’s team. One of the most versatile players returning for the Mustangs will be Jenkins, as he carries the unique ability to play comfortably in multiple positions on the floor. Hailing from Windsor, Ont., he averaged 11.6 PPG, 5.3 RPG, and 2.4 APG for Western last year, while being the primary defender in both guard and forward positions. Morris, as a big man with the ability to stretch the floor, will be looked to spread the opposing team’s defence on the court, while maintaining his leadership role in the locker room.

“We are a very young team who is growing each day. We are also making a transition to a different style of play offensively.” – Brad Campbell, Head Coach Key Losses: Eric McDonald, Ian Smart Key Returns: Eriq Jenkins, Nik Farkic, Omar Shiddo Key Recruits: Marko Kovac, Julian Walker, DamiAnn Prehay

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WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

After a regular season which saw the Mustangs finish with a 9-13 record, Western made their way through the preliminary round of the OUA playoffs with an upset win over the Ottawa Gee-Gees and eventually fell to the McMaster Marauders in the OUA quarterfinals to end their season. Despite not achieving the same win-total as the year prior, the season was highlighted by the development of secondyear players Laura Graham and Julia Curran, who were both starters for the Mustangs and were a huge proponent to their success.

Expected to help Curran and Graham to elevate the team’s production this season will be Maddy Horst and Mackenzie Puklicz. Horst will be returning to action for her third season with the purple and white after suffering an injury which sidelined her for the entirety of last season. As a veteran floor general, the Baden, Ont., native will be asked to help structure the Mustangs’ offence, while anchoring the perimeter defence. Puklicz will be returning for her fifth and final year in the Mustang uniform after leading the team last year, averaging 15.3 PPG and 6.0 RPG for Western on the season. Coming into her final year, the London product will be looked to not only put points up on the board, but to shoulder the leadership role as well after the departure of newly-graduated guard Meredith McLeod.

Six new faces have been added to the Western roster for the 2017-2018 season, with Schekinah Kienansatuko, Jill Kettlewell, Claire Li, Emma Johnson, Skye Barbato, and Deb Kamba all earning a roster spot.

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“We’ve got a good mix of veterans and many new faces on this year’s roster. We’re happy to have the leadership of two fifth-year players in Mackenzie and Victoria, and it’s great to have players like Maddy, Julia, and Jade in the lineup again this year. With a strong group of returning players and a good rookie class, we’re a deep team and hope to use that to our advantage this season.” – Brian Cheng, Head Coach

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2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Wed. 25 Sat. 28

2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 20 21 22 23

NAME Alex Coote Jedson Tavernier Eriq Jenkins Henry Tan Marko Kovac Cameron Morris Omar Shiddo Julian Walker Nikola Farkic Chris Clegg DamiAnn Prehay Dean Andrade

POS. HT. G 6’1 G 6’2 G 6’0 G 6’1 F 6’5 F 6’5 G 6’1 F 6’7 G 6’0 C 6’7 F 6’5 G 6’1

YR. 4 4 3 5 3 4 2 1 3 1 2 1

MUSTANGS BEST...

MAJOR Engineering Kinesiology King’s MPT King’s Comp Science King’s King’s MOS Kinesiology King’s King’s

HOMETOWN Vancouver, BC Midland, ON Windsor, ON Innisfil, ON Windsor, ON London, ON Brampton, ON Barrie, ON Kitchener, ON Newmarket, ON Brampton, ON Markham, ON

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Alex Coote

Eriq Jenkins

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Omar Shiddo

Nik Farkic , Henry Tan

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Eriq Jenkins

Nik Fartkic, Henry Tan

2016-17 SEASON STATS

@ Brock @ Waterloo

8:00 PM 2:00 PM

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Toronto Sat. 4 Ryerson Fri. 10 Windsor Fri. 17 @ Ottawa Sat. 18 @ Carleton Fri. 24 @ York Sat. 25 @ Queen’s DECEMBER Fri. 1 Laurentian Sat. 2 Nipissing JANUARY Fri. 5 Laurier Fri. 12 Lakehead Sat. 13 Lakehead Wed. 17 Guelph Sat. 20 McMaster Fri. 26 @ Algoma Sat. 27 @ Algoma Wed. 31 Waterloo FEBRUARY Sat. 3 @ Windsor Wed. 7 @ Laurier Sat. 10 @ McMaster Wed. 14 Brock Sat. 17 @ Guelph

NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

04 Tyler Thomson 05 Eric McDonald 06 Alex Coote 07 Jedson Tavernier 08 Eriq Jenkins 09 Dominic Clayton 11 Cam Morris 12 Omar Shiddo 13 Ian Smart 14 Chris Fitzgerald 15 Alex Otzyv 20 Nikola Farkic 21 Hadi Abuzgaya 22 Daniil Shesterinin

1 17 20 20 20 11 20 20 20 5 20 18 - 3

16 1-4 333 41-95 364 37-91 469 69-160 579 95-222 39 5-12 413 62-147 519 105-269 447 67-124 10 0-1 278 32-67 553 53-124 - 0-0 11 0-1

25.0 0-2 43.2 8-32 40.7 10-39 43.1 15-68 42.8 21-69 41.7 3-7 42.2 36-81 39.0 31-93 54.0 3-9 0.0 0-0 47.8 0-0 42.7 10-39 - 0-0 0.0 0-0

0.0 1-2 50.0 0 0 0 0 25.0 29-35 82.9 13 31 44 13 25.6 13-14 92.9 13 20 33 11 22.1 21-30 70.0 12 57 69 17 30.4 20-37 54.1 25 80 105 48 42.9 0-2 0.0 2 2 4 3 44.4 14-22 63.6 16 63 79 7 33.3 68-97 70.1 16 35 51 28 33.3 26-48 54.2 30 45 75 16 - 0-2 0.0 0 2 2 0 - 15-28 53.6 19 39 58 5 25.6 7-12 58.3 11 69 80 83 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 - 1-2 50.0 1 1 2 0

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 12:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 1:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM 8:00 PM 3:00 PM

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS 3 0 0 14 33 0 22 10 1 13 29 2 49 59 2 8 3 0 15 13 3 60 15 0 32 23 1 0 0 0 28 9 7 46 23 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

3 119 97 174 231 13 174 309 163 0 79 123 0 1


N R E T S WE S G N A T MUS

2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Wed. 25 Sat. 28

2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER NAME Skye Barbato Jade Codinera Sarah Coulthard Julia Curran Laura Graham Victoria Heine Maddy Horst Emma Johnson Deborah Kamba Jill Kettlewell Schekinah Kienansatuko Claire Li Mac Puklicz

# YR. HT. 12 1 5’9 5 2 5’4 33 2 5’9 7 3 6’1 8 3 5’8 13 5 6’1 4 3 5’7 10 1 5’9 21 1 5’11 6 1 5’11 0 1 5’7 9 1 5’11 11 5 5’9

MUSTANGS BEST...

POS. G G F F G F G G G F G F G

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Mackenzie Puklicz, Maddy Horst, Victoria Heine

Jade Codinera, Laura Graham

Scoring Threat: Mackenzie Puklicz, Maddy Horst, Julia Curran

Rebounder:

HOMETOWN Burlington, ON Canada Toronto, ON Canada London, ON Canada Waterloo, ON Canada Sudbury, ON Canada London, ON Canada Baden, ON Canada Saskatoon, SK Canada Burlington, ON Canada Strathroy, ON Canada Hamilton, ON Canada Weifang, SD China London, ON Canada

Ball Handler: Jade Codinera, Laura Graham, Maddy Horst

Ball Distributor:

Julia Curran, Victoria Heine

@ Brock @ Waterloo

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Toronto Sat. 4 Ryerson Fri. 10 Windsor Fri. 17 @ Ottawa Sat. 18 @ Carleton Fri. 24 @ York Sat. 25 @ Queen’s DECEMBER Fri. 1 Laurentian Sat. 2 Nipissing JANUARY Fri. 5 Laurier Fri. 12 Lakehead Sat. 13 Lakehead Wed. 17 Guelph Sat. 20 McMaster Fri. 26 @ Algoma Sat. 27 @ Algoma Wed. 31 Waterloo FEBRUARY Sat. 3 @ Windsor Wed. 7 @ Laurier Sat. 10 @ McMaster Wed. 14 Brock Sat. 17 @ Guelph

Jade Codinera, Laura Graham, Maddy Horst

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

05 Jade Codinera 06 Meredith McLeod 07 Julia Curran 08 Laura Graham 09 Sarah Gellately 10 Megan Goar 11 Mackenzie Puklicz 12 Sam Loucks 13 Victoria Heine 14 Alex Van heeswyk 22 Sonia Mijatovic 33 Sarah Coulthard

20 19 20 20 9 13 20 17 16 7 17 16

241 24-60 40.0 5-17 29.4 7-15 46.7 9 12 21 17 553 39-109 35.8 16-48 33.3 31-38 81.6 12 46 58 36 628 114-217 52.5 5-15 33.3 50-94 53.2 65 92 157 26 659 46-142 32.4 23-81 28.4 23-35 65.7 11 53 64 44 25 0-4 0.0 0-3 0.0 0-0 - 1 5 6 1 85 2-10 20.0 0-2 0.0 6-10 60.0 5 9 14 0 668 110-328 33.5 24-105 22.9 62-90 68.9 24 96 120 36 293 18-67 26.9 12-55 21.8 2-2 100.0 0 27 27 5 479 70-137 51.1 7-22 31.8 15-27 55.6 40 87 127 28 60 10-17 58.8 0-1 0.0 1-4 25.0 9 9 18 1 105 7-31 22.6 2-17 11.8 2-2 100.0 3 11 14 2 123 6-12 50.0 3-5 60.0 1-2 50.0 5 15 20 2

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS 39 8 0 59 31 1 66 32 7 74 26 3 1 0 1 10 3 0 57 56 4 21 16 2 45 17 14 6 1 0 9 2 1 3 6 2

60 125 283 138 0 10 306 50 162 21 18 16

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6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 10:00 AM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 11:00 AM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 1:00 PM


MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW The Windsor Lancers men’s basketball team is entering the 201718 hoops season hoping to improve on a 19-win campaign in 2016-17 that was down from previous years. In the four years prior to last year, the Lancers won 20 or more games. After falling short of that benchmark in 2016, work needs to be done to get back there. “We need to be better defensively in all areas, and to convert a higher percentage of 3’s to be successful,” said Windsor head coach Chris Oliver. “That comes back to personnel which we have added some new players, and experience and development which applies to our returning players.” Many coaches set goals for the season, however Oliver is more concerned about the process. “We don’t discuss goals. Goals are obvious. We focus on the day to day process that we control. It’s been proven here that if we improve daily and keep a present focus that we can succeed at the highest level.” The Lancers are a relatively young team this season with six freshmen listed on the roster. One player who may be asked to step up is guard Mike Rocca. Rocca averaged a career best 16.8 points per game while grabbing six rebounds and dishing out 4.5 assists, Rocca also led U SPORTS in three-point field goals made, netting 64 triples. Oliver is looking forward to this season, especially with the make-up of this year’s team. “More than any other team I have had at Windsor, I just really enjoy coaching and being around the group of people,” explained Oliver.

“We already had great experiences on and off the court, and I look forward more than anything to us seeing how good we can get.” – Chris Oliver, Head Coach Key Losses: Tyler Persaud Key Returns: Mike Rocca, Luke Allin, Anthony Zrvnar Key Recruits: Marcus Jones, Marcos Clennon, Telloy Simon

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R O S D WIN S R E C LAN WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW The Windsor Lancers women’s basketball team will be eager to get back on the court after a 27-3 campaign that won the Lancers the OUA bronze medal. The Lancers have become quite the OUA power under head coach Chantal Vallée. Going into her 13th season at the helm of the women’s basketball program, Vallée has won nine consecutive OUA medals. This year the Lancers team is young, carrying eight freshmen on their roster. For Vallée, the key to youth is patience. “They’re learning very fast,” said Vallée. “I think it’s going to take us time to build throughout the first part of the first semester; but come January and the playoff run we’ll be there once again.” Last year Vallée and the Lancers captured their ninth consecutive OUA medal when they defeated the McMaster Marauders in the bronze medal game. However, with the expectations that have been set in the border city, third place will not do. “We’d like to do better,” said Vallée bluntly. “The last couple of years we won the bronze and we’d like to get a spot in the gold medal game with a chance at nationals. The faster our first year athletes grow; the more chances we’re going to have to get there.” Despite all the youth, it’s exciting times in Windsor, coach Vallée praised this year’s recruiting class as her best since her run at five straight OUA titles. With any young class though leadership is vital and Vallée knows who she can depend on for that. “Emily Prevost is a force for us inside,” Vallée continued. “As a fifth year player her leadership is extraordinary.”

. “I think we’re very three dimensional,” explained Vallée. “It’s different from what we’ve had the past two years.” – Chantal Vallée, Head Coach Key Losses: Cheyanne Roger, Caitlyn Longmuir Key Returns: Emily Prevost, Carly Steer, Kaylee Anagnostopoulos, Kayah Clarke Key Recruits: Eve Uwayesu, Nyamuoch Teny, Olivia Osamusali, Samantha Gucciardi


2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Sun 28

2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 4 5 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 20 21 22

NAME Luke Allin Anthony Zrvnar Chris Poloniato Randy Oriakhi Mike Rocca Marcus Jones Pim Hurkmans Patrick Bowes Damian Persaud Lucas Orlita Lucas Wood Marcos Clennon Zach Doxilly Telloy Simon

POS. HT. G 6-7 F 6-7 G 6-1 F 6-4 G 5-10 G 6-1 C 6-9 F 6-7 G 6-2 G 6-5 F 6-5 F 6-6 G 5-11 G 6-3

YR. 4 2 2 3 5 4 3 1 3 3 2 3 1 3

LANCERS BEST...

PROGRAM Liberal Studies Political Science Human Kinetics Criminology BA Social Work Engineering BA Criminology Visual Arts & Film BA Criminology Liberal Studies History

HOMETOWN Chatham, Ont. Belle River, Ont. Guelph, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Sarnia, Ont. Brantford, Ont. Lake Orion, Mich. Belle River, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Guelph, Ont. Brampton, ON Sarnia, Ont. Kitchener, Ont.

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Mike Rocca, Lucas Orlita

Mike Rocca, Damian Persaud

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Mike Rocca, Luke Allin

Mike Rocca, Marcus Jones

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Pim Hurkmans, Anthony Zrvnar

Mike Rocca, Marcus Jones

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

04 Luke Allin 13 05 Micqueel Martin 20 06 Mitch Farrell 11 07 Anthony Zrvnar 20 08 Chris Poloniato 14 09 Randy Oriakhi 20 10 Mike Rocca 20 11 Macaul Reiner 12 12 Pim Hurkmans 12 13 Djordje Babic 8 14 Oluwaseyi Akinlade - 15 Damian Persaud 16 20 Lucas Orlita 20 21 Lukas Wood 13 22 Tyler Persaud 20 98 Mondo Koko - 99 Vincenzo Caccavo -

PCT FT

Guelph

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Ryerson Sat. 4 Toronto Fri. 10 @ Western Fri. 17 @ Carleton Sat. 18 @ Ottawa Fri. 24 @ Queen’s Sat. 25 @ York DECEMBER Fri. 1 Nipissing Sat. 2 Laurentian JANUARY Wed. 3 @ McMaster Sat. 6 @ Laurier Fri. 12 @ Waterloo Sat. 13 @ Guelph Wed. 17 McMaster Sat. 20 @ Brock Fri. 26 Lakehead Sat. 17 Lakehead FEBRUARY Fri. 2 Laurier Sat. 3 Western Fri. 9 @ Algoma Sat. 10 @ Algoma Fri. 16 Waterloo Sat. 17 Brock

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

376 52-140 544 117-285 278 43-138 318 34-85 148 13-36 316 47-101 626 106-264 85 3-23 80 7-21 87 8-32 - 0-0 124 12-31 436 52-144 100 1-14 493 54-149 - 0-0 - 0-0

37.1 27-86 31.4 14-20 70.0 18 29 47 12 21 7 3 145 41.1 30-106 28.3 36-63 57.1 29 74 103 57 47 40 15 300 31.2 19-72 26.4 23-35 65.7 17 48 65 19 28 12 2 128 40.0 14-46 30.4 9-18 50.0 24 34 58 13 12 4 9 91 36.1 7-17 41.2 3-3 100.0 7 15 22 16 4 4 1 36 46.5 3-10 30.0 17-43 39.5 52 45 97 9 17 3 4 114 40.2 64-170 37.6 60-75 80.0 32 90 122 90 43 32 2 336 13.0 2-19 10.5 2-4 50.0 4 9 13 4 5 3 3 10 33.3 0-2 0.0 2-2 100.0 5 8 13 1 3 0 2 16 25.0 4-17 23.5 1-2 50.0 5 10 15 2 4 2 0 21 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 38.7 4-12 33.3 13-18 72.2 7 14 21 10 15 7 0 41 36.1 35-93 37.6 13-20 65.0 17 34 51 21 13 11 0 152 7.1 1-12 8.3 0-0 - 5 9 14 4 2 2 2 3 36.2 12-43 27.9 37-54 68.5 26 89 115 30 17 25 9 157 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0-0 - 0-0 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 4:00 PM 8:00 PM 8::00 PM 8:00 PM TBA

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS


R O S D WIN S R E C LAN

2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Sun 28

2017-8 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 15 20 21 22 23

NAME Kayah Clarke Amanda Milanis Eve Uwayesu Tyra Blizzard Victoria Ivey Olivia Starling Jordan Gutt Erin Kenny Olivia Osamusali Kaylee Anagnostopoulos Jenneke Pilling Carly Steer Samantha Gucciardi Nyamuoch Teny Emily Prevost

POS. HT. G 5-9 G 5-5 G 5-6 G 5-7 G 5-7 G 5-7 G 5-9 F 6-0 F 6-4 G 5-7 G 5-9 G 5-7 F 6-2 F 5-10 C 6-1

YR. 2 3 1 3 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 4 1 1 5

MAJOR Human Kinetics Communications Human Kinetics Human Kinetics Human Kinetics Human Kinetics Human Kinetics Forensic Science Social Work Forensic Science Business Human Kinetics Human Kinetics Liberal Studies Human Kinetics

HOMETOWN Hamilton, Ont. Tecumseh, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. Amherstburg, Ont. Even Yehuda, Israel St. Catharine’s, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Waterloo, Ont. St. Catharine’s, Ont. Windsor, Ont. Vaughn, Ont. Kitchener, Ont. Montreal, Que.

LANCERS BEST... Outside Threat:

Ball Handler:

Carly Steer, Kayah Clarke

Kaylee Anagnostopoulos, Carly Steer

Scoring Threat:

Ball Distributor:

Emily Prevost, Carly Steer

Kaylee Anagnostopoulos, Carly Steer

Rebounder:

Guelph

6:00 PM

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Ryerson Sat. 4 Toronto Fri. 10 @ Western Fri. 17 @ Carleton Sat. 18 @ Ottawa Fri. 24 @ Queen’s Sat. 25 @ York DECEMBER Fri. 1 Nipissing Sat. 2 Laurentian JANUARY Wed. 3 @ McMaster Sat. 6 @ Laurier Fri. 12 @ Waterloo Sat. 13 @ Guelph Wed. 17 McMaster Sat. 20 @ Brock Fri. 26 Lakehead Sat. 17 Lakehead FEBRUARY Fri. 2 Laurier Sat. 3 Western Fri. 9 @ Algoma Sat. 10 @ Algoma Fri. 16 Waterloo Sat. 17 Brock

Emily Prevost, Kayah Clarke

2016-17 SEASON STATS NO. NAME

GP

03 Kayah Clarke 17 04 Caitlyn Longmuir 20 05 Bridget Sharpe 1 06 Tyra Blizzard 20 07 Alyssa Cerino 8 08 Olivia Starling 2 09 Jahane Gyles 5 10 Mildred Okoko 6 11 Chuot Angou 2 12 Arianna Milani 16 13 Cheyanne Roger 18 14 Kaylee Anagnostopoulos 20 15 Melissa Ellis 18 20 Carly Steer 20 21 Logan Sims 17 23 Emily Prevost 20 99 Erica McFadden -

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS

380 77-194 563 74-186 0 0-1 370 38-116 100 10-26 5 0-1 35 4-13 26 1-2 17 1-6 93 4-21 455 66-123 541 32-120 157 16-32 470 82-214 144 20-37 559 117-250 - 0-0

39.7 11-37 39.8 56-144 0.0 0-1 32.8 6-32 38.5 1-3 0.0 0-1 30.8 2-9 50.0 0-0 16.7 0-3 19.0 0-0 53.7 0-0 26.7 2-16 50.0 1-1 38.3 59-150 54.1 0-1 46.8 0-2 - 0-0

29.7 30-50 38.9 6-9 0.0 0-0 18.8 22-31 33.3 9-13 0.0 0-0 22.2 0-0 - 1-3 0.0 3-3 - 4-10 - 67-97 12.5 11-22 100.0 9-10 39.3 17-21 0.0 12-13 0.0 56-78 - 0-0

60.0 28 58 86 27 66.7 12 38 50 56 - 0 0 0 0 71.0 14 27 41 22 69.2 11 21 32 4 - 0 0 0 1 - 1 2 3 3 33.3 4 2 6 1 100.0 1 1 2 1 40.0 14 10 24 2 69.1 40 77 117 14 50.0 36 55 91 73 90.0 15 28 43 6 81.0 13 38 51 20 92.3 10 12 22 4 71.8 73 135 208 33 - 0 0 0 0

41 26 0 28 10 0 3 0 1 2 22 51 15 27 7 43 0

24 8 27 0 0 0 19 0 3 7 1 0 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 5 16 41 26 5 5 2 20 1 5 1 48 16 0 0

195 210 0 104 30 0 10 3 5 12 199 77 42 240 52 290 0

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MEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

It’s a new era for the York Lions men’s basketball team with the hiring of head coach Nate Philippe this past summer, and he will lead a nearly-brand new squad into the 2017-18 campaign that is full of high expectations. Philippe comes to York with a proven track record of turning around programs, most recently taking a last-place UQAM team and leading them to back-toback RSEQ championship games, and his task now is to do the same with the Lions. He will have plenty of talent at his fingertips to put on the floor. There was plenty of turnover on the roster in the off-season and only six players who saw court time last year return, but the line-up is full of veteran experience and the Lions are poised to make an immediate splash in the OUA. The team’s second-leading scorer and leading rebounder last year, forward Brandon Ramirez, is back and looking to continue the success he experienced as a sophomore. His scoring average was nearly triple the number he put up as a rookie and he also doubled his rebounding totals, finishing 21st in OUA scoring and 18th in rebounding. Third-year guard Gianmarco Luciani will finally make his much-anticipated debut with the Lions. A former AUS all-rookie team member while playing for the Acadia Axemen, he sat out the 2015-16 season after transferring to York and then missed all of last year with an injury. After missing two full seasons, he is healthy and chomping at the bit to get back on the floor, and his shooting prowess will be a welcome addition to the Lions. Philippe didn’t have much time to recruit once being hired at York in June, but he still assembled a tremendous group that is led by a quartet of players who return home to the GTA after time spent playing in the United States in guards Josiah Riley, Chevon Brown and DeShawn Montaque, as well as forward Ricky Hudson. After two years outside the playoff picture, Philippe is eyeing one of the six spots in the new OUA East, which is one of two divisions in the conference following three years in a four-division format. He knows better than anyone what it takes to turn a program around quickly and he is the best person to turn the same trick with the Lions. “One of the things I’ve learned in the programs I’ve worked with is that you can’t limit expectations. To put any number of wins down, or to say we will make a certain round, those are all limitations. Who knows how good we can be? We don’t even know yet. It’s about the process of development and getting better every day. We are going to maximize the potential of this group and see where it can take us.”

– Nate Philippe, Head Coach Key Losses: Jayden Frederick Key Returns: Gianmarco Luciani, Brandon Ramirez Key Recruits: Chevy Brown, Prince Kamunga, Josiah Riley

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WOMEN’S SEASON PREVIEW

The York Lions women’s basketball team took a step in the right direction last season and that improvement, along with an impressive recruiting class, has the Lions feeling optimistic about what is possible for the 2017-18 campaig After a regular season in which the squad won two more games than the previous year, the Lions secured the final OUA playoff spot on the last weekend of play and put up a strong fight against the nationally-ranked Ryerson Rams in the first round. That taste of the playoffs has motivated head coach Erin McAleenan and her squad to get back there again this year. The faces in the line-up will be largely new even for the most diehard Lions fans as there are only five players returning from last year’s team. Starting point guard Khara Keane, shooting guard Katrina Collins-Samuels and forward Megan MacLeod, as well as guard Haley Bowie and forward Taylor McAlpine, will be called upon to lead a young team that is bursting with talent. MacLeod and Collins-Samuels are former OUA all-rookie team members in their first seasons last year and the year before that, respectively, and were third and fourth in team scoring last season. The biggest addition to the roster is fifth-year forward Lindsay Shotbolt, who will play out her final year of eligibility with the Lions while attending teacher’s college at York. She is a four-year veteran of the OUA after spending her undergraduate years with the Carleton Ravens, and her leadership and winning mentality will be crucial to guiding an otherwise young team. She earned OUA all-rookie team honours in her first year and then went on to be named an OUA second-team all-star three times with the Ravens. Another player with U SPORTS experience is Chante Clarke, a defensive specialist who spent three years with the Memorial Sea-Hawks. Like Shotbolt, she was a conference allrookie team honouree in the AUS and returns to the court this season after a year away. McAleenan’s second recruiting class is loaded with talented young players who will make an immediate impact. Among them, Lauren Golding gives the Lions a true 6-foot guard, and her athleticism and shooting ability will benefit the team significantly. Fellow guard Alysha Pinck is a very good defender who McAleenan describes as a utility player for her ability to excel in all areas on the court. Up front, Cyanna King and Madeline Weber will see plenty of time in the forward rotation and both have tremendous upside as they continue to learn what it takes to play the position in the OUA.

“You get that taste and want to get back to the playoffs. It’s a change in mindset and expectations. We’ve got five returning players who played a big part in last year’s run and it has fuelled our expectations, how we play, our commitment, our offseason training, and the rest. With seven rookies, our expectations are more focused on the process than results. But if we can stay true to the style we play, hopefully we are in a similar or better position than last year.”

– Erin McAleenan, Head Coach Key Losses: Shauney Fischer, Taylor Ross, Ishanaa Seupersadsingh Key Returns: Katrina Collins-Samuels, Megan MacLeod Key Recruits: Lauren Golding, Cyanna King, Lindsay Shotbolt


2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Sat 28

2017-18 MEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 13 15 20 21 22 23

NAME Matthew Carating Hassan Adenola Yaw Antwi-Boasiako DeShawn Montaque Chevon Brown Gianmarco Luciani Ammar Hassan Gene Spagnuolo Prince Kamunga Nana Adu-Poku Ricky Hudson Brandon Ramirez Josiah Riley Sukhjot Kalsi Christian D’Alessandro MJ Forbes Stefano Spagnuolo

POS. HT. G 6-2 G/F 6-4 G 6-3 G 5-8 G 6-1 G/F 6-5 G/F 6-5 G 6-3 G 6-6 F 6-7 F 6-6 F 6-5 G 6-2 F 6-11 F 6’8 G 6-4 G 6-2

YR. 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 4 1 4 3 3 3 1 1 1 1

LIONS BEST...

MAJOR Kinesiology & Health Science Kinesiology & Health Science Kinesiology & Health Science Health Studies Human Resources Mngmt Commerce, Finance Kinesiology & Health Science Administrative Studies Information Technology Kinesiology & Health Science Business & Society Geography Children’s Studies Economics Commerce, Business Research Criminology Business Economics

Outside Threat:

Defender:

Gianmarco Luciani, Matthew Carating

Gianmarco Luciani, Josiah Riley

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Brandon Ramirez, Josiah Riley

DeShawn Montaque

Rebounder:

Ball Distributor:

Brandon Ramirez

DeShawn Montaque

2016-17 SEASON STATS

HOMETOWN Mississauga, Ont. Toronto, Ont. London, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Toronto, Ont. Maple, Ont. London, Ont. Maple, Ont. Toronto, Ont. North York, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Scarborough, Ont. Brampton, Ont. Rexdale, Ont. Tottenham, Ont. Bradford, Ont. Maple, Ont.

NO. NAME

GP

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 20 21 24

15 14 18 1 6 18 17 19 19 17 18 18 19 15

255 108 276 6 22 243 274 568 527 184 207 441 253 293

38.0 9-38 25.8 3-16 25.4 10-33 0.0 0-1 0.0 0-1 36.4 32-94 50.0 4-15 35.0 19-61 40.2 32-103 16.0 2-12 35.7 5-19 45.5 15-45 42.6 0-0 45.3 7-19

23.7 10-18 55.6 6 18.8 10-12 83.3 9 30.3 6-8 75.0 9 0.0 0-0 - 1 0.0 0-0 - 1 34.0 13-15 86.7 8 26.7 26-44 59.1 30 31.1 27-59 45.8 29 31.1 51-81 63.0 48 16.7 0-2 0.0 4 26.3 8-18 44.4 9 33.3 53-73 72.6 31 - 7-18 38.9 17 36.8 9-15 60.0 17

Matthew Carating Hassan Adenola Yaw Antwi-Boasiako Janath Kumar Gehrig Carlse Julio Vazquez Ammar Hassan Nidun Chandrakumar Jayden Frederick Tobi Adelodun Nana Adu-Poku Brandon Ramirez George Ivens Yonathan Kristos

27-71 8-31 15-59 0-1 0-2 43-118 35-70 48-137 102-254 4-25 15-42 95-209 29-68 29-64

Lakehead

8:00 PM

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Brock Sat. 4 McMaster Wed. 8 @ Guelph Sat. 11 @ Algoma Fri. 17 @ Laurier Sat. 18 @ Waterloo Fri. 24 Western Sat. 25 Windsor Wed. 29 @ Queen’s

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 1:00 PM

JANUARY Fri. 5 @ Laurentian Sat. 6 @ Nipissing Fri. 12 Ottawa Sat. 13 Carleton Wed. 17 @ Ryerson Fri. 19 @ Toronto Fri. 26 Nipissing Sat. 27 Laurentian FEBRUARY Fri. 2 Queen’s Wed. 7 Ryerson Sat. 10 Toronto Fri. 16 @ Carleton Sat. 17 @ Ottawa

8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 1:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM 8:00 PM

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS 21 27 30 11 20 1 30 39 14 0 1 1 2 3 0 29 37 5 46 76 14 69 98 69 57 105 28 22 26 13 18 27 10 82 113 11 32 49 8 35 52 8

38 11 0 5 1 0 29 17 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 14 7 0 29 7 1 75 31 6 60 25 13 14 4 1 17 5 1 22 12 2 24 12 0 24 12 0

73 29 46 0 0 131 100 142 287 10 43 258 65 74


YORK LIONS 2017-18 SCHEDULE OCTOBER Sat 28

2017-18 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL ROSTER # 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 21 22 23

NAME Haley Bowie Cyanna King Khara Keane Lindsay Shotbolt Katrina Collins-Samuels Madison Bardoel Megan Stewart Alysha Pinck Kiley Langille Megan MacLeod Madeline Weber Lauren Golding Taylor McAlpine Chante Clarke

POS. HT. PG 5-6 F 5-11 PG 5-9 F 6-0 G 5-5 G 5-7 F 5-11 G 5-9 F 6-3 F 6-0 F 6-2 F 6-0 F 6-0 G 5-8

YR. 4 1 3 5 3 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 4 4

MAJOR Kinesiology & Health Science Children’s Studies Law & Society Education Psychology Mechanical Engineering Schulich School of Business Biomedical Science Commerce, Marketing Psychology History IDS Kinesiology & Health Science English

HOMETOWN Ancaster, Ont. Pickering, Ont. Scarborough Markham, Ont. Hamilton, Ont. Tecumseh, Ont. Saint John, N.B. Ottawa, Ont. Ottawa, Ont. Niagara Falls, Ont. Waterloo, Ont. Windsor, Ont. Huntsville, Ont. Toronto, Ont.

LIONS BEST... Outside Threat:

Defender:

Katrina Collins-Samuels, Haley Bowie

Katrina Collins-Samuels, Lindsay Shotbolt

Scoring Threat:

Ball Handler:

Lindsay Shotbolt

JANUARY Fri. 5 @ Laurentian Sat. 6 @ Nipissing Fri. 12 Ottawa Sat. 13 Carleton Wed. 17 @ Ryerson Fri. 19 @ Toronto Fri. 26 Nipissing Sat. 27 Laurentian FEBRUARY Fri. 2 Queen’s Wed. 7 Ryerson Sat. 10 Toronto Fri. 16 @ Carleton Sat. 17 @ Ottawa

Ball Distributor:

Lindsay Shotbolt, Megan MacLeod

Khara Keane, Haley Bowie

2016-17 SEASON STATS 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 22 23

NOVEMBER Fri. 3 Brock Sat. 4 McMaster Wed. 8 @ Guelph Sat. 11 @ Algoma Fri. 17 @ Laurier Sat. 18 @ Waterloo Fri. 24 Western Sat. 25 Windsor Wed. 29 @ Queen’s

Khara Keane, Haley Bowie

Rebounder:

NO. NAME

Lakehead

GP

Haley Bowie 12 Summer Sakaluk 6 Khara Keane 16 Ishanaa Seupersadsingh 18 Katrina Collins-Samuels 17 Nina Guzina 18 Sandra Nagowska 19 Anastasia Lovatsis 6 Megan MacLeod 15 Shauney Fischer 17 Taylor McAlpine 19 Taylor Ross 19

MIN FG

PCT 3PT

PCT FT

122 28 391 543 442 276 466 19 306 430 253 440

23.3 3-17 0.0 0-1 20.0 1-14 31.9 15-55 28.0 10-39 23.7 7-42 34.8 1-12 50.0 0-0 40.8 0-2 47.6 0-0 42.3 0-2 41.2 0-0

17.6 0-0 - 1 0.0 0-0 - 0 7.1 10-19 52.6 21 27.3 28-40 70.0 8 25.6 28-46 60.9 19 16.7 9-10 90.0 9 8.3 34-48 70.8 45 - 0-0 - 1 0.0 26-33 78.8 28 - 62-87 71.3 54 0.0 6-9 66.7 15 - 11-30 36.7 41

7-30 0-3 21-105 72-226 45-161 18-76 49-141 2-4 40-98 60-126 22-52 35-85

PCT OFF DEF REB AST TO STL BLK POINTS 14 15 8 2 2 0 45 66 27 46 54 19 37 56 18 15 24 12 83 128 22 1 2 1 35 63 8 58 112 14 50 65 4 61 102 7

14 7 2 17 0 1 0 0 58 17 1 53 38 27 9 187 57 27 0 128 18 8 9 52 69 16 2 133 1 0 1 4 40 9 7 106 46 10 7 182 15 11 9 50 25 7 23 81

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MEN’S 2016-17 STANDINGS CENTRAL DIVISION TEAM GP W L PF Brock 19 15 4 1425 McMaster 19 8 11 1444 Lakehead 19 6 13 1262 Guelph 19 6 13 1375

PA PTS 1317 30 1453 16 1371 12 1500 12

EAST DIVISION TEAM Ryerson Toronto Queen’s York

PA PTS 1284 34 1456 22 1481 14 1475 8

GP W L PF 19 17 2 1685 19 11 8 1421 19 7 12 1362 19 4 15 1272

NORTH DIVISION TEAM Carleton Ottawa Nipissing Laurentian

GP W L PF 19 19 0 1748 19 16 3 1495 19 9 10 1344 19 9 10 1439

PA PTS 1114 38 1211 32 1445 18 1472 18

WEST DIVISION TEAM Windsor Laurier Western Waterloo Algoma

GP W 20 10 20 9 20 7 20 6 20 5

PA 1614 1587 1580 1578 1611

L PF 10 1550 11 1445 13 1489 14 1455 15 1338

PTS 20 18 14 12 10

MEN’S 2016-17 PLAYOFFS PRESENTED BY INVESTORS GROUP

OUA Preliminary Round (12) Lakehead 61 @ (5) Toronto 82 (9) McMaster 71 @ (8) Windsor 63 (11) Queen’s 74 @ (6) Nipissing 77 (10) Laurier 72 @ (7) Laurentian 88 OUA Quarter-Finals Toronto 59 @ Brock 80 Laurentian 81 @ Ottawa 93 McMaster 50 @ Carleton 89 Nipissing 62 @ Ryerson 87

Championship Semifinals Brock 64 @ Carleton 89 Ryerson 76 @ Ottawa 75 Bronze Medal Game Brock 69 @ Ottawa 67 Gold Medal Game Ryerson 86 @ Carleton 79

OUA at the U Sports Final 8 Tournament Quarter-Finals Carleton 85 @ Calgary 69 Saint Mary’s 70 @ Ryerson 79 Semifinals McGill 58 @ Carleton 74 Dalhousie 58 @ Ryerson 59

Gold Medal Carleton 78 @ Ryerson 69


MEN’S 2016-17 PLAYER STATS LEADING SCORERS Player K Gray D Johnson C Gilmore A Peter-McNeilly C Wood T Kokko A Diressa S Singh M Rocca N Hodzic

School Laurentian Toronto McMaster Ryerson Carleton Laurier Ryerson Queen’s Windsor Waterloo

GP 19 18 19 19 19 20 18 18 20 20

MIN/G 33.5 32.4 33.3 31.5 26.9 31.1 28.8 32.3 31.3 31.4

FG/G 7.4-16.8 6.3-15.4 6.7-15.3 6.9-14.7 6.7-13.3 6.7-16.3 6.3-13.4 6.4-12.7 5.3-13.2 6.2-13.9

FG% 44.2 40.6 44.1 47.3 50.8 40.8 46.7 50.9 40.2 44.8

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 5 ATT/GM) Player B Maracle E Ekiyor J Shaver D Elgadi J Emmanuel I Smart N Yengue K Kajami-Keane J Graham S Singh

School GP FGM FGA FG% Ottawa 18 85 139 61.2 Carleton 19 77 131 58.8 Nipissing 19 89 158 56.3 Brock 19 106 192 55.2 Ottawa 19 113 209 54.1 Western 20 67 124 54.0 Laurentian 19 94 176 53.4 Carleton 19 117 226 51.8 Queen’s 18 71 138 51.4 Queen’s 18 116 228 50.9

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 2.5ATT/GM) Player S Mayambo C Wood J Rocca C Morris S Usher J Lewis M Charvis D Johnson A Diressa A Presutti

School Carleton Carleton Carleton Western Toronto Nipissing Ryerson Toronto Ryerson Ottawa

GP 19 19 19 20 18 16 18 18 18 19

3PT M 26 76 37 36 32 29 22 38 52 40

3PT A 3PT% 46 56.5 151 50.3 82 45.1 81 44.4 72 44.4 67 43.3 51 43.1 91 41.8 126 41.3 98 40.8

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Minimum 2.5ATT/GM) Player A Peter-McNeilly D Dooley A Diressa S Clendinning D Johnson K Gray D Aromolaran M Rocca C Teny S Usher

School GP FTM FTA FT% Ryerson 19 55 63 87.3 Guelph 18 41 48 85.4 Ryerson 18 64 77 83.1 Algoma 20 52 63 82.5 Toronto 18 105 128 82.0 Laurentian 19 130 161 80.7 Laurentian 19 45 56 80.4 Windsor 20 60 75 80.0 Laurier 19 42 53 79.2 Toronto 18 38 48 79.2

3FG% 27.6 41.8 36.6 37.5 50.3 37.6 41.3 25.0 37.6 0.0

PPG 23.2 20.5 19.5 19.2 19.2 19.1 19.0 17.7 16.8 16.6

REBOUNDS Player M Pereira D Elgadi B Dinkins T Graham C Gilmore J Emmanuel N Hodzic

School Waterloo Brock Lakehead Queen’s McMaster Ottawa Waterloo

GP OFF 20 64 19 52 19 56 19 40 19 41 19 56 20 70

DEF TOT 150 214 143 195 125 181 140 180 130 171 110 166 96 166

J Shaver N Riley V Matovic

Nipissing Algoma Laurier

19 56 19 54 20 50

108 164 90 144 92 142

ASSISTS Player K Kajami-Keane M Rocca N Farkic R Boney M Charvis E Owootoah N Chandrakumar K Gray A Peter-McNeilly T Brown

School GP Carleton 19 Windsor 20 Western 18 McMaster 17 Ryerson 18 Carleton 19 York 19 Laurentian 19 Ryerson 19 Brock 19

AST 99 90 83 71 71 71 69 69 69 65

School GP Western 20 Ottawa 17 Ryerson 18 Brock 19 Windsor 20 Ryerson 19 Laurentian 19 Carleton 19 Ryerson 18 Western 17

STL 59 49 42 40 40 39 37 35 33 33

School GP Queen’s 19 Brock 19 Ottawa 19 Laurentian 19 Lakehead 19 Algoma 19 Algoma 20 Laurier 20 Waterloo 20

BLK 43 28 28 27 25 24 21 20 17

STEALS Player E Jenkins C Agada K Small T Brown M Martin A Peter-McNeilly K Gray E Owootoah A Diressa E McDonald

BLOCKED SHOTS Player T Graham D Elgadi J Emmanuel N Yengue B Dinkins N Riley R Gum M Chesson B Davis


MEN’S PAST OUA CHAMPIONS The team winning the basketball championship receives the Wilson Cup, first presented in 1908 by Harold Wilson of Toronto. 2016-17 Ryerson 2015-16 Ryerson 2014-15 Carleton* 2013-14 Ottawa 2012-13 Carleton* 2011-12 Carleton* 2010-11 Lakehead 2009-10 Carleton 2008-09 Carleton* 2007-08 Carleton 2006-07 Windsor 2005-06 McMaster 2004-05 Carleton* 2003-04 Carleton* 2001-02 Western 2000-01 Western 1999-00 Laurentian 1998-99 Western 1997-98 Laurentian 1996-97 McMaster 1995-96 McMaster 1994-95 Toronto 1993-94 McMaster 1992-93 Ottawa 1991-92 Brock 1990-91 Western* 1989-90 Guelph 1988-89 Western 1987-88 Western 1986-87 McMaster 1985-86 Waterloo 1984-85 York 1983-84 York 1982-83 Waterloo

1981-82 York 1980-81 York 1979-80 York 1978-79 Windsor 1977-78 York 1976-77 Waterloo 1975-76 Waterloo 1974-75 Waterloo* 1973-74 Waterloo* 1972-73 Windsor 1971-72 Windsor 1970-71 Windsor 1969-70 McMaster 1968-69 Windsor* 1967-68 Western 1966-67 Windsor* 1965-66 Windsor* 1964-65 Windsor 1963-64 Windsor* 1962-63 Windsor 1961-62 Western 1960-61 Western 1959-60 Western 1958-59 Assumption* 1957-58 Toronto 1956-57 Queen’s & Assumption* 1955-56 Western 1954-55 Western 1953-54 Western & Assumption* 1952-53 Western 1951-52 Western 1950-51 Western 1949-50 Western 1948-49 Western

1947-48 Western 1946-47 Western 1945-46 Western 1940-45 War - No competition 1939-40 Western & Toronto 1938-39 McGill, Western & Toronto 1937-38 Western 1936-37 Toronto 1935-36 Queen’s 1934-35 Toronto 1933-34 McGill 1932-33 McGill 1931-32 McGill 1930-31 McGill 1929-30 Queen’s 1928-29 Toronto 1927-28 Toronto 1926-27 Western 1925-26 Queen’s 1924-25 Toronto 1923-24 Queen’s 1922-23 McGill 1921-22 McGill 1920-21 Toronto 1919-20 Toronto 1915-18 War - No competition 1914-15 McGill 1913-14 McGill 1912-13 Toronto 1911-12 McGill 1910-11 Toronto 1909-10 McGill

* - U Sports Champion

Note: Assumption University became part of the University of Windsor in 1963.

CHAMPIONSHIPS BY SCHOOL

Team

No.

First

Last

Western Windsor/Assumption Toronto McGill Carleton McMaster Waterloo York Queen’s Ottawa Laurentian Ryerson Lakehead Brock Guelph

24 14 14 11 9 6 6 5 5 2 2 2 1 1 1

1926-27 1954-55 1908-09 1909-10 2003-04 1969-70 1973-74 1977-78 1923-24 1992-93 1997-98 2015-16 2010-11 1991-92 1989-90

2001-02 2006-07 1994-95 1938-39 2014-15 2005-06 1985-86 1984-85 1956-57 2013-14 1999-00 2016-17 2010-11 1991-92 1989-90

MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER IN THE PLAYOFFS 1978-79 Stan Korosec 1977-78 David Coulthard 1976-77 Seymour Hadwen Lou Nelson 1975-76 Jamie Russell 1974-75 Bill Robinson 1973-74 Mike Moser Art White 1972-73 Mike Moser 1971-72 Jerry Sovran 1970-71 Sante Salvador 1969-70 Bruce Dempster 1968-69 John Dignan 1967-68 Marnix Heersink

Windsor York Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Windsor Windsor Western McMaster Western


MEN’S 2016-17 AWARDS The E.C. LeBel Plaque, which was named in honour of the first president of the University of Windsor, Rev. E.C. LeBel, was donated in 1967 to the outstanding player in the championship playoffs. Since the introduction of the Kitch MacPherson Trophy in 1980, the LeBel Plaque has been awarded to the player in each division (East and West) with the highest vote total in the all-star balloting.

OUA PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2016-17 2015-16 2014-15

Connor Wood * Mike L’Africain* Johnny Berhanemeskel*

Carleton Ottawa Ottawa

WEST DIVISION

EAST DIVISION

2013-14 Lien Phillip Windsor 2012-13 Lien Phillip Windsor 2011-12 Venzall Russell Lakehead 2010-11 Isaac Kuon Windsor 2009-10 Keenan Jeppesen McMaster 2008-09 Greg Surmacz Windsor 2007-08 Brad Rootes Brock 2007-08 Greg Surmacz Windsor 2006-07 Brad Rootes Brock 2005-06 Kevin Stienstra Brock 2004-05 Kevin Stienstra* Brock 2003-04 Adam Guiney McMaster 2002-03 Michael Ayanbadejo Guelph 2001-02 Andy Kwiatkowski* Western 2000-01 Steve Maga* McMaster 1999-00 Micah Bourdeau Western 1998-99 Steve Maga McMaster 1997-98 Titus Channer* McMaster 1996-97 Titus Channer McMaster 1995-96 David Picton Brock 1994-95 Clint Holtz Brock 1993-94 David Picton Brock 1992-93 Jack Vander Pol McMaster 1991-92 Gord Wood Brock 1990-91 John Stiefelmeyer Western 1989-90 Tim Mau Guelph 1988-89 John Stiefelmeyer Western 1987-88 John Stiefelmeyer Western 1986-87 Paul Boyce Waterloo 1985-86 Peter Savich Waterloo 1984-85 Peter Savich* Waterloo 1983-84 Doug Fast Brock 1982-83 Phil Hermanutz Windsor 1981-82 Stan Korosec Windsor 1980-81 Stan Korosec Windsor * - recipient of Mike Moser Trophy for U Sports Player of the Year

Philip Scrubb* Philip Scrubb* Philip Scrubb* Tyson Hinz* Josh Gibson-Bascombe Stuart Turnbull Aaron Doornekamp

Carleton Carleton Carleton Carleton Ottawa Carleton Carleton

Osvaldo Jeanty* Osvaldo Jeanty* Daniel Eves Kevin Dulude Ryan French Jafeth Maseruka Rob Smart Ted Dongelmans Ted Dongelmans Ted Dongelmans Eddy Meguerian Cory Bailey Brad Hann Alex Beason Norm Hann Rob Wilson Nick Arvanitis Paul Brousseau David King Mike Scotten Jeff McKibbon Tim Rider John Christensen Jeff McKibbon Enzo Spagnuolo David Coulthard David Coulthard*

Carleton Carleton York RMC York Carleton Carleton Laurentian Laurentian Laurentian Toronto Laurentian Laurentian Ryerson Laurentian Toronto Concordia McGill Bishop’s Queen’s Laurentian York York Laurentian York York York

KITCH MACPHERSON TROPHY

In 1980, the Kitch MacPherson Trophy was donated by Labatt’s Ontario Breweries. It was named for a retired supervisor of officials in the OUA West Division and is awarded to the outstanding player in the Wilson Cup final. (Note: From 1968 to 1979, the most outstanding player in the playoffs received the E.C. LeBel Plaque).

2015-16 2014-15 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97

Aaron Best Thomas Scrubb Johnny Berhanemeskel Thomas Scrubb Cole Hobin Jamie Searle Kevin McCleery Stuart Turnbull Aaron Doornekamp Kevin Kloostra Rob Scully Mike Smart Mike Smart Mike Smart Andy Kwiatkowski Andy Kwiatkowski Ted Dongelmans Micah Bourdeau Cory Bailey Titus Channer

Ryerson Carleton Ottawa Carleton Carleton Lakehead Carleton Carleton Carleton Windsor McMaster Carleton Carleton Carleton Western Western Laurentian Western Laurentian McMaster

1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80

Keegan Johnson Jason Gopaul Jack Vander Pol Carlos Brown Brian Bleich Dave Ormerod Tim Mau John Stiefelmeyer John Stiefelmeyer Craig Muir Randy Norris John Christensen Enzo Spagnuolo Dave Burns David Coulthard Paul Jones David Coulthard

McMaster Toronto McMaster Ottawa Brock Western Guelph Western Western McMaster Waterloo York York Waterloo York York York


MEN’S 2016-17 OUA ALL STARS FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Connor Wood* Kaza Kajami-Keane ** Adika Peter-McNeilly * Ammanuel Diressa Caleb Agada ** Jean Emmanuel Danie Elgadi David Johnson Kadre Gray Connor Gilmore

Carleton Carleton Ryerson Ryerson Ottawa Ottawa Brock Toronto Laurentian McMaster

SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Justin Shaver Nipissing Marcus Lewis Nipissing Mike Rocca Windsor Bacarius Dinkis Lakehead Sukhpreet Singh Queen’s Johneil Simpson Brock Tevaun Kokko Laurier Rohan Boney McMaster Ryan Ejim Carleton Nedim Hodzic Waterloo

* denotes U Sports First-Team All-Canadian ** denotes U Sports Second-Team All-Canadian

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Nedim Hodzic Waterloo Simon Petrov Waterloo Justin Hardy Waterloo Kadre Gray^ Laurentian Eddie Ekiyor^ Carleton Tevaun Kokko Laurier Keevon Small Ryerson Daniel Cayer Brock Omar Shiddo Western Jaaden Lewis Nipissing ^ denotes U Sports All-Rookie Team MAJOR AWARD WINNERS Player of the Year Connor Wood Carleton Rookie of the Year Kadre Gray

Laurentian

Coach of the Year Dave Smart

Carleton

Defensive Player of the Year Caleb Agada Ottawa Ken Shields Award Ryan Bennett Officials Award of Merit Dave Maxin

Brock


MEN’S OUA RECORD BOOK SINGLE GAME RECORDS Most points in a game: 52, 1994, Alex Beason (Ryerson) vs. Laurentian Most rebounds in a game: 28, 1995/96, Geoff Stead (Windsor) vs. Laurier Most field goals made in a game: 23, 1982, David Coulthard (York) vs. Toronto Most free throws made in a game: 26-for-29, 1958/59, Gene Rizak vs. Toronto Most points by one team in a game: 134, 1995/96, Toronto 134 at McGill 80 Most points by two teams in a game: 232, 1966/67, Windsor 115 at Toronto 117 OT MOST POINTS IN A CAREER Athlete School Kevin Dulude RMC Boris Bakovic Ryerson Johnny Berhanemeskel Ottawa Kale Harrison Laurier Kiraan Posey Lakehead Jahmal Jones Ryerson Max Allin Laurier Philip Scrubb Carleton Kevin Stienstra Brock Norm Hann Laurentian Brad Rootes Brock Daniel Eves York Tut Ruach York Alex Hill Toronto David Tyndale York Josh Gibson-Bascombe Ottawa Mark Bellai York Tyson Hinz Carleton Cam McIntyre Waterloo Titus Channer McMaster Warren Ward Ottawa Bradley Smith Western Enrico Diloreto Windsor Ryan Dudley Brock Trevor Boose Windsor

Total Years 2,092 2000-05 2,068 2006-10 2,000 2010-15 1,918 2007-12 1,879 2003-06, 2007-09 1,773 2010-15 1,745 2009-14 1,742 2010-15 1,737 2001-06 1,723 1989-93 1,704 2003-08 1,647 2002-07 1,635 2004-09 1,619 2010-14 1,582 2008-13 1,571 2005-10 1,534 1989-93 1,526 2009-14 1,515 2007-12 1,494 1993-98 1,479 2008-13 1,477 2004-09 1,477 2009-14 1,433 1997-03 1,408 2001-06

HIGHEST POINT AVERAGE IN A SINGLE SEASON Athlete School PPG Alex Beason Ryerson 33.4 Loren Killion Laurier 31.8 David Coulthard York 30.2 Chuck Chambliss Laurier 30.0 Dave Smart Queen’s 29.4 Taffe Charles Carleton 28.0 Mike Moser Waterloo 27.9 Fred Murrell Toronto 27.5 Boris Bakovic Ryerson 27.3 David Picton Brock 27.2 Norm Hann Laurentian 27.1 MOST REBOUNDS IN A CAREER Athlete School Kevin Dulude RMC Lien Phillip Windsor Kevin Stienstra Brock

GP 12 12 12 12 11 12 12 12 22 14 15

Total Years 1,165 2000-05 1,019 2009-14 1,008 2001-06

Points 401 382 362 360 323 336 335 330 600 381 407

Jordan Foebel Tim Mau Jack Vander Pol Igor Bakovic Boris Bakovic Sasha Ivankovic Adam Guiney Aaron Doornekamp

York Guelph McMaster Ryerson Ryerson Ryerson McMaster Carleton

943 849 830 826 818 778 721 713

2002-07 1989-93 1990-94 2003-08 2006-10 1997-01, 2002-03 2000-05 2004-09

ACTIVE LEADERS Athlete Greg Morrow Aaron Best Caleb Agada

School Western Ryerson Ottawa

Total Years 482 2011-present 426 2011-present 348 2012-present

HIGHEST REBOUND AVERAGE IN A SINGLE SEASON Athlete School RPG GP Stan Korosec Windsor 16.8 12 Jack Vander Pol McMaster 16.7 14 Tom Cholock Carleton 16.1 12 Wayne Morgan Guelph 15.8 12 Dave Fogolin Ryerson 15.7 12 Randy Cook Toronto 15.6 12 Brian Skeoch Laurentian 14.9 12 Jack Vander Pol McMaster 14.9 14 Brian Skeoch Laurentian 14.9 14 Geoff Stead Windsor 14.9 14

Year 1993-94 1977-78 1981-82 1975-76 1992-93 1993-94 1973-74 1987-88 2008-09 1995-96 1991-92

Points Year 201 1981-82 234 1993-94 193 1978-79 189 1972-73 188 1976-77 187 1977-78 179 1981-82 209 1992-93 208 1982-83 208 1996-97


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WOMEN’S 2016-17 STANDINGS CENTRAL DIVISION TEAM GP W L PF McMaster 19 17 2 1493 Brock 19 8 11 1254 Lakehead 19 8 11 1267 Guelph 19 5 14 1150

PA PTS 1096 34 1324 16 1216 16 1355 10

EAST DIVISION TEAM Queen’s Ryerson Toronto York

PA PTS 1067 36 1098 26 1234 14 1285 10

GP W L PF 19 18 1 1400 19 13 6 1294 19 7 12 1146 19 5 14 1016

NORTH DIVISION TEAM Carleton Ottawa Laurentian Nipissing

GP W L PF 19 18 1 1296 19 13 6 1144 19 4 15 1076 19 1 18 915

PA PTS 970 36 1030 26 1304 8 1438 2

WEST DIVISION TEAM Windsor Laurier Western Waterloo Algoma

GP W L PF 20 16 4 1469 20 13 7 1376 20 8 12 1187 20 6 14 1110 20 4 16 1093

PA PTS 1114 32 1266 26 1285 16 1277 12 1327 8

WOMEN’S 2016-17 PLAYOFFS PRESENTED BY INVESTORS GROUP

OUA Preliminary Round (12) York 52 @ (5) Ryerson 78 (9) Lakehead 67 @ (8) Brock 49 (10) Toronto 74 @ (7) Laurier 86 (11) Western 66 @ (6) Ottawa 60 OUA Quarter-Finals Western 54 @ McMaster 82 Ryerson 50 @ Windsor 68 Laurier 51 @ Carleton 68 Lakehead 53 @ Queen’s 81

Championship Semifinals Windsor 56 @ Queen’s 64 McMaster 54 @ Carleton 55 Bronze Medal Game Windsor 75 @ McMaster 64 Gold Medal Game Carleton 49 @ Queen’s 41

OUA at the U Sports Final 8 Tournament Quarter-Finals Cape Breton 51 @ Queen’s 60 Carleton 77 @ Victoria 66

Semi-Finals Laval 78 @ Queen’s 67 Carleton 60 @ McGill 66 Bronze Medal Carleton 53 @ Queen’s 43


WOMEN’S 2015-16 PLAYER STATS LEADING SCORERS (Minimum 60% of Team’s GP) Player K Cornelissen D Boiago S Paska K Schenck M Puklicz N Morrison C Traer K Ring E Prevost B Atkinson

School GP MIN/G FG/G FG% 3FG% PPG Brock 12 32.8 7.3-16.9 43.3 33.3 20.0 McMaster 19 29.8 7.1-16.0 44.1 39.2 19.1 Ryerson 19 29.8 6.6-14.4 45.6 28.6 18.5 Laurier 20 30.4 5.0-14.1 35.8 30.0 15.4 Western 20 33.4 5.5-16.4 33.5 22.9 15.3 Laurier 19 28.4 4.9-14.4 33.9 23.1 14.9 Carleton 17 28.6 5.6-13.8 41.0 34.2 14.6 Ryerson 19 33.2 6.0-14.0 42.9 26.3 14.6 Windsor 20 27.9 5.8-12.5 46.8 0.0 14.5 Brock 19 30.5 5.8-13.3 43.9 0.0 14.4

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 5 ATT/GM) Player H Lindsay V Lavergne C Roger J Curran V Heine S Fischer A Priamo E Prevost L Harper I Rynkiewicz

School Carleton Queen’s Windsor Western Western York Queen’s Windsor McMaster Laurier

GP FGM 17 92 19 66 18 66 20 114 16 70 17 60 18 70 20 117 18 93 17 57

FGA FG% 165 55.8 122 54.1 123 53.7 217 52.5 137 51.1 126 47.6 149 47.0 250 46.8 199 46.7 122 46.7

THREE-POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (Minimum 2.5ATT/GM) Player I Rynkiewicz C Steer D Boiago V Pickard C Longmuir R Holmes K Cole S Besselink K Kajorinne N Ylagan

School Laurier Windsor McMaster McMaster Windsor McMaster Algoma Ottawa Algoma Lakehead

GP 17 20 19 12 20 19 19 19 20 18

3PT M 24 59 51 23 56 24 33 31 38 46

3PT A 3PT% 59 40.7 150 39.3 130 39.2 59 39.0 144 38.9 62 38.7 92 35.9 87 35.6 107 35.5 134 34.3

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE (Minimum 2.5ATT/GM) Player R Atkinson E Leblanc V Pickard S Paska B Atkinson H Lindsay A Priamo D Boiago C Abbott M Tatti

School Toronto Carleton McMaster Ryerson Brock Carleton Queen’s McMaster Nipissing Brock

GP 18 18 12 19 19 17 18 19 18 18

FT M 58 56 25 100 51 55 41 43 46 39

FT A 67 65 30 122 65 71 53 56 60 51

PCT% 86.6 86.2 83.3 82.0 78.5 77.5 76.8 76.8 76.7 76.5

REBOUNDS Player E Prevost S Paska H Lindsay R Pearson J Curran D Boiago K Ring S Holmes S Nagowska V Heine

School Windsor Ryerson Carleton Queen’s Western McMaster Ryerson Guelph York Western

GP OFF 20 73 19 19 17 64 18 61 20 65 19 19 19 39 15 35 19 45 16 40

DEF TOT 135 208 127 198 119 183 122 183 92 157 114 133 91 130 93 128 83 128 87 127

ASSISTS Player J Baldin M Tatti D Boiago K Ring E Hazlett K Anagnostopoulos N Morrison B McAlear-Fanus E Wilk R Webber

School GP Lakehead 19 Brock 18 McMaster 19 Ryerson 19 Queen’s 19 Windsor 20 Laurier 19 Ottawa 19 Waterloo 20 Lakehead 17

AST 125 82 81 81 78 73 70 66 66 63

School GP McMaster 19 Brock 18 Western 20 Lakehead 18 Windsor 20 Waterloo 20 Queen’s 19 Laurier 20 Guelph 14 Lakehead 17

STL 63 60 56 49 48 46 45 45 43 43

School GP Windsor 18 Carleton 17 Algoma 19 Laurier 20 Carleton 17 Guelph 18 York 19 Brock 12 Carleton 18 Laurier 17

BLK 41 33 32 32 27 25 23 20 20 20

STEALS Player D Boiago M Tatti M Puklicz B O’Reilly E Prevost J Ulman A Dixon K Schenck H Belyk R Webber

BLOCKED SHOTS Player C Roger H Lindsay M Dunn T Siwek-Smith C Traer A Wheeler T Ross K Cornelissen E Leblanc I Rynkiewicz


WOMEN’S PAST OUA CHAMPIONS 2016-17 Carleton 2015-16 Ryerson 2014-15 Windsor * 2013-14 Windsor* 2012-13 Windsor* 2011-12 Ottawa 2010-11 Windsor* 2009-10 Windsor 2008-09 Windsor 2007-08 McMaster 2006-07 York 2005-06 McMaster 2004-05 Guelph 2003-04 Ottawa 2002-03 McMaster 2001-02 Toronto

2000-01 Queen’s 1999-00 Laurentian 1998-99 McMaster 1997-98 Laurentian 1996-97 Toronto 1995-96 Toronto 1994-95 Laurentian 1993-94 Toronto 1992-93 Laurentian 1991-92 Laurentian 1990-91 Laurentian* 1989-90 Laurentian* 1988-89 Toronto 1987-88 Toronto 1986-87 Laurentian 1985-86 Toronto*

CHAMPIONSHIPS BY SCHOOL

Team No. First Last Laurentian 14 1974-75 1999-00 Toronto 8 1983-84 2001-02 Windsor 6 2008-09 2014-15 McMaster 4 1998-99 2007-08 Western 3 1971-72 1973-74 York 2 1981-82 2006-07 Guelph 2 1979-80 2004-05 Ottawa 2 2003-04 2011-12 Ryerson 1 2015-16 2015-16 Queen’s 1 2000-01 2000-01 Brock 1 1982-83 1982-83 Carleton 1 2016-17 2016-17

1984-85 Toronto 1983-84 Toronto 1982-83 Brock 1981-82 York 1980-81 Laurentian 1979-80 Guelph 1978-79 Laurentian* 1977-78 Laurentian* 1976-77 Laurentian* 1975-76 Laurentian* 1974-75 Laurentian* 1973-74 Western 1972-73 Western 1971-72 Western

* U Sports Champion


WOMEN’S 2016-17 AWARDS OUA PLAYER OF THE YEAR 2016-17 Danielle Boiago 2015-16 Keneca Pingue-Giles 2014-15 Jylisa Williams

1990-91

McMaster Ryerson Lakehead

WEST DIVISION 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92

Jenny Vaughan Nicole Rosenkranz Jessica Clemencon Jessica Clemencon* Amanda Anderson Bess Lennox Lindsay DeGroot Lindsay DeGroot Meaghan McGrath Jodie Ebeling Christin Dickenson Sarah Sterling Leanne Rowthorn Pat Marcello Cindy Scott Angela Hrkac Angela Nobes Angela Nobes Michele Vesprini Michele Vesprini Michele Vesprini Michele Mommersteeg Kathy Harrison

Western Brock Windsor Windsor Western Western McMaster McMaster Laurier Brock McMaster McMaster Guelph Guelph Western Lakehead Western Western Western Western Western Western Lakehead

* Won the Nan Copp Award as the U Sports Player of the Year

Heather McKay

McMaster

Elizabeth Roach Alyson Bush Hannah Sunley-Paisley* Hannah Sunley-Paisley Hannah Sunley-Paisley Alaine Hutton Cassandra Carpenter Cassandra Carpenter Cassandra Carpenter Cassandra Carpenter Nikki Doucet Clare Beatty Clare Beatty Shauna Conway Stephanie Harrison Stephanie Harrison Elizabeth Hart Karen Jackson Justine Ellison* Dianne Norman Dianne Norman Denise Scott Susan Stewart* Dianne Norman

Carleton Carleton Ottawa Ottawa Ottawa Toronto Laurentian Laurentian Laurentian Laurentian Toronto Laurentian Laurentian Laurentian Laurentian Laurentian Toronto York Toronto Laurentian Laurentian Toronto Laurentian Laurentian

EAST DIVISION 2013-14 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91


WOMEN’S 2016-17 OUA ALL STARS FIRST-TEAM ALL-STARS Danielle Boiago * McMaster Linnaea Harper McMaster Sofia Paska ** Ryerson Kellie Ring Ryerson Robyn Pearson Queen’s Emily Hazlett Queen’s Heather Lindsay ** Carleton Catherine Traer Carleton Emily Prevost Windsor Kira Cornelissen Brock SECOND-TEAM ALL-STARS Kaitlyn Schenck Laurier Nicole Morrison Laurier Mackenzie Puklicz Western Julia Curran Western Sarah Besselink Ottawa Cheyanne Roger Windsor Bridget Atkinson Brock Elizabeth Leblanc Carleton Andrea Priamo Queen’s Bridget O’Reilly Lakehead

ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Bronwyn Williams Ryerson Emma Fraser Ryerson Kayah Clarke^ Windsor Kayla Deschatelets Laurentian Bridget Mulholland Queen’s Amalie Hachey Ottawa Rachel Woodburn Laurier Olivia Wilson McMaster Megan MacLeod York Nikki Ylagan Lakehead ^ denotes U Sports All-Rookie Team * denotes National Rookie of the Year

* denotes U Sports First-Team All-Canadian ** denotes U Sports Second-Team All-Canadian *** denotes National Player of the Year

MAJOR AWARD WINNERS Player of the Year Danielle Bolago McMaster Rookie of the Year Kayah Clarke

Windsor

Coach of the Year Dave Wilson

Queen’s

Joy Bellinger Award Nicole DiDomenico

Ryerson

Defensive Player of the Year Danielle Boiago McMaster Tracy McLeod Award Vanessa Pickard

McMaster


WOMEN’S OUA RECORD BOOK INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

HIGHEST FREE THROW PERCENTAGE - SEASON

Most points – Game: 50, 2014-15, Jylisa Williams (Lakehead) vs. Toronto Most points – Season: 548, 2014-15, Jylisa Williams, Lakehead Most points by One Team – Game: 119 Ottawa vs. Ryerson January 16, 1981 & Brock vs. Laurier January 23, 1982

ATHLETE Chris Critelli Vanessa Nobrega Paula Lockyer Jessica Selinger Sharon Knowles Alaine Hutton Janet Swords Carolyn Swords Mary Ann Kowal Sue Lindley Rachel Hart Elizabeth Hart

MOST POINTS IN A CAREER ATHLETE Cassandra Carpenter Jessica Clemencon Brittany Moore Amanda Anderson Jodie Ebeling Jennifer Donofrio Jenny Vaughan Hannah Sunley-Paisley Laura MacCallum Meaghan McGrath Nastassia Subban Tasia McKenna Renata Adamczyk Stacey Farr Karen Jackson Taylor Chiarot Taylor Smith Lisa Furchner Alaine Hutton Tierney Hoo

TEAM Laurentian Windsor Queen’s Western Brock RMC Western Ottawa York Laurier York Lakehead Laurier Brock York McMaster McMaster Laurentian Toronto Laurentian

TOTAL YEARS 2,171 2003-08 1,894 2009-14 1,652 2007-12 1,626 2005-10 1,624 2002-07 1,602 2003-08 1,516 2010-14 1,483 2007-12 1,448 2004-09 1,369 2002-06 1,359 1999-04 1,341 2006-11 1,328 2006-11 1,327 1999-04 1,297 1993-98 1,289 2007-12 1,270 2006-10 1,246 2006-11 1,241 2004-09 1,224 2000-05

TEAM Waterloo Ottawa Lakehead Guelph/Brock Laurentian Laurentian Toronto York Ottawa York

PTS 344 311 791 1,140 695 2,171 1,115 679 559 1,297

GP 12 11 31 53 35 110 59 36 30 70

PPG 28.7 27.2 25.5 21.5 19.9 19.7 18.9 18.9 18.6 18.5

ATHLETE Bess Lennox Nicki Schutz Hannah Sunley-Paisley Nicki Schutz Hailey Milligan

TEAM Laurier Toronto Laurentian Windsor Laurentian Toronto Laurentian

M/ATT 31/42 57/79 55/83 42/66 69/109 106/169 36/58

% .738 .722 .663 .636 .633 .627 .621

YEAR 1977-78 2003-04 1985-86 2006-07 1984-85 2008-09 1988-89 1992-93 1986-87 1978-79 2007-08 1995-96

TEAM Western Toronto Ottawa Toronto McMaster

REB YEAR 270 2008-09 258 2008-09 253 2010-11 242 2009-10 242 2012-13

MOST REBOUNDS IN A CAREER

YEAR 1978-79 1980-81 2013-15 1978-80, 1982-84 1984-87 2003-08 1980-83, 1984-86 1979-82 1971-75 1993-98

GREATEST FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (SEASON) ATHLETE Dayna Perry Nicki Berswick Ann Rimes Kelly Buchanan Jan Trembly Justine Ellison Kim Hansen

M/ATT % 25/26 .960 46/49 .939 30/32 .938 59/63 .937 26/28 .928 114/123 .927 25/27 .926 37/40 .925 31/34 .912 20/22 .909 39/43 .907 68/75 .907

MOST REBOUNDS IN A SEASON

MOST POINTS PER GAME IN A CAREER ATHLETE Liz Silcott Luce Mercier Jylisa Williams Candi Lohr Carol Hamilton C. Carpenter Pat Melville Barb Whibbs Colleen Dufresne Karen Jackson

TEAM Laurentian Toronto York Queen’s Laurentian Toronto Ottawa Laurentian Toronto Guelph McMaster Toronto

YEAR 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1988-89 1977-78 1995-96 1977-78

ATHLETE Bess Lennox Hannah Sunley-Paisley Cassandra Carpenter Gillian Maxwell Darrah Bumstead Lindsay Druery Sarah Cameron Stacey Farr Chiara Rocca Renata Adamczyk

TEAM Western/Ottawa Ottawa Laurentian Waterloo Laurentian Lakehead

REB 1,025 784 986 893 864 828 McMaster/Queen’s 774 Brock 767 McMaster 760 Laurier 734

YEAR 2005-09, 2011-12 2007-12 2003-08 2003-08 2005-10 2007-12 1998-2002, 2004-05 1999-2004 2003-08 2006-11

HIGHEST REBOUNDS AVERAGE IN A CAREER ATHLETE Barb Whibbs Karen Danch Stella Ighorewo Robyn DeGray Carolyn Borsutsky Bess Lennox Pat Melville Candi Lohr Theresa McGee Kathy Hillier H. Sunley-Paisley

TEAM York Laurier Ottawa Lakehead Ryerson Wes/Ott Toronto Guelph/Brk Windsor Carleton Ottawa

REB 384 268 500 644 463 1,027 584 521 581 105 993

GP AVG 34 11.3 24 11.2 46 10.9 62 10.4 46 10.1 102 10.1 58 10.1 53 9.8 60 9.7 11 9.5 109 9.1

YEAR 1979-82 1978-80 1992-96 2001-04 1983-87 2005-09, 2011-12 1980-83, 1984-86 1977-80, 1982-84 1980-85 1980-81 2007-12


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