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Founded.......................................................1827 Enrollment...................................................80,899 (70,311 full-time) President.....................................................Meric Gertler Director of Athletics....................................Beth Ali Number of Intercollegiate Teams..............43 (25 sports) Conference Affiliation.................................Ontario University Athletics (OUA) National Affiliation.....................................Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) Venue..........................................................Sports Gym (800) Colours........................................................Navy Blue & White Mascot........................................................True Blue Beaver

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Beth Ali...................................Director of Athletics................................beth.ali@utoronto.ca Melissa Krist.....................Manager, Intercollegiate Sport.............melissa.krist@utoronto.ca Mary Beth Challoner..........Manager, Events & Marketing.............mb.challoner@utoronto.ca Michèle Bélanger...........Women’s Basketball Head Coach.....michele.belanger@utoronto.ca

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MICHÈLE

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Head Coach (35th Season)

Michèle Bélanger has been the head coach of the Varsity Blues women’s basketball squad since the 1979-80 season. Bélanger’s head coaching resume with the Varsity Blues includes; nine OUA championships, 17 CIS championship appearances (46 games: 23 wins, 25 losses), one CIS championship (1985-86), two CIS silver medals (1995-96, 1993-94), and two CIS bronze medals (1988-89, 1984-85).

Career Coaching Record as of August 2013 Season Reg Playoff Ex Total 2012-13 10-10 1-1 2-5 13-16 2011-12 14-8 1-1 6-4 21-13 2010-11 18-4 5-3 8-2 26-6 2009-10 11-11 1-1 2-6 14-18 2008-09 17-5 1-1 5-5 23-11 2007-08 18-4 2-3 4-8 24-15 2006-07 12-10 1-1 6-4 19-15 2005-06 14-8 1-1 2-6 17-15 2004-05 16-6 0-1 2-6 18-13 2003-04 17-5 0-1 5-6 22-12 2002-03 10-10 n/a 4-5 14-15 2001-02 16-4 3-2 6-2 25-8 2000-01 15-5 0-1 5-9 20-15 1999-00 16-4 1-1 8-4 25-9 1998-99 15-5 1-1 4-8 20-14 1997-98 17-3 1-2 8-2 26-7 1996-97 18-2 4-2 8-3 30-7 1995-96 10-2 5-1 9-4 24-7 1994-95 10-2 3-3 10-2 23-7 1993-94 10-2 5-1 10-2 25-5 1992-93 10-2 4-2 11-5 25-9 1991-92 11-1 3-3 18-2 32-6 1990-91 10-2 1-2 15-5 26-9 1989-90 8-4 2-3 8-11 18-18 1988-89 10-2 5-1 9-9 24-12 1987-88 11-1 3-2 13-6 27-9 1986-87 10-2 4-2 15-6 29-10 1985-86 12-0 6-0 15-2 33-2 1984-85 11-1 5-1 18-2 34-4 1983-84 10-2 3-2 15-5 28-9 1982-83 9-3 2-1 11-9 22-13 1981-82 8-4 4-2 6-9 18-15 1980-81 6-6 1-1 5-7 12-14 1979-80 5-7 0-1 4-6 9-14 TOTAL 415-144 79-51 277-177 771-375

Having had great success on the university stage and as a veteran of national and international competition as both a player and coach, Bélanger has been apart of many national teams at a variety of levels, including the head coach of the 1997 student national team that won five of six games at the FISU Games in Sicily. Fluent in French and English, Bélanger was an interpreter at the 1976 Montreal Olympics. In the summer of 1986, she gave a series of coaching clinics in Africa at the invitation of the Department of External Affairs. She has been named the OUA coach of the year eight times (2010-11, 2007-08, 1999-2000, 1996-97, 1993-94, 1986-87, 198182, 1980-81).

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Assistant Coach Cruickshank joins the Blues coaching staff in 2013-14 after one season as the Brock Badgers men’s basketball assistant coach. He graduated with a bachelor of arts and played for two seasons for the Badgers, where he was a two-time team captain and the squad’s most valuable player in 2010-11. Prior to that, Cruickshank enjoyed three successful seasons at Humber College, where he twice won the OCAA championship title. Cruickshank has served as a head coach, guest instructor, trainer and motivational speaker at numerous camps across Eastern Ontario, such as Elite Basketball, Brock University, Niagara College, SD Training, Richmond Hill Silver Knights, Tornades de Longueuil and Eastern Commerce H.S.

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The University of Toronto Varsity Blues women’s basketball team has finished in third place in the OUA East division behind Ottawa and Carleton for the past two years and look to get past the OUA quarter-final round for the first time since 2010-11 this season. “Our team goal for this year is to again finish among the top two teams in the East,” said Michèle Bélanger, who enters her 35th season as Blues bench boss. “We need to be competitive against some key teams and constantly improve throughout the season if we want to make it past the quarter-finals and into the next round.” Fourth-guards Jill Stratton and Rachael Sider return to lead Toronto’s offence. A team co-captain, Stratton (Etobicoke, Ont.) missed half of 2012-13 due to injury but returned in fine form, ranking second on the team with 10.6 points per contest. She is already in stride to return as the team’s leading scorer, after averaging 19.5 points per game during Toronto’s four-game pre-season schedule. A native of New Westminster, B.C., Sider stepped up in 2012-13, leading the team with 12.0 points per game and earning OUA East all-star honours. The 5-foot-10 guard also recorded 5.0 boards per game and led the team in three-pointers and free throws last season. Entering her fifth and final season in the Blue and White, Alicia Van Kampen is expected to see a lot of court time this year. The Amaranth, Ont., native ranked second on the team with 6.1 rebounds per game last season and led the Blues with 15 blocks. Fourth-year forward and team co-captain Liane Bailey (Montreal) also returns in 201314. Bailey is coming off a breakout season, where she ranked third on the team with 7.8 points per contest. Fellow veteran forward Julie Longauer is out for the year after a pre-season injury. Veteran Kristy Chute and rookie Emily Piccini will look to jump in and fill the void during Longauer’s absence. Fifth-year point guard Vanessa Brathwaite (Brampton, Ont.) is back with her stellar ball handling abilities, while the Blues have great depth in sophomores Vanessa Wallace and Alanna Garner, as well as incoming players Rahshida Atkinson and Diedre Edwards. Madison Laurin, Sophia Ducharme and Jovana Momic round out Toronto’s first-year corps and will look to gain some valuable experience in the Blue and White this season.

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LIANE

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Vanier College • Montreal, Que.

season-high 14 points vs RMC on Jan. 28. 2010-11: Dressed for all 22 games...recorded 82 points and 43 rebounds... recorded a career-high 16 points at RMC on Feb. 5... came off the bench in the fourth quarter and recorded back-toback threes to claim the OUA bronze medal versus Laurier on March 5. Personal: Aunt, Denise Dignard, played on the Canadian women’s national basketball team.

Biochemistry High School: Won Vanier’s important person award in 2010... won the math and science prize and the work ethic award in 2008. University Academic Awards: CIS academic all-Canadian... is on the Faculty of Arts & Science Dean’s list...won a Victoria College in-course scholarship. Varsity: 2012-13: Dressed for all 20 games, averaging 24.4 minutes per game...ranked third on the team with 7.8 points per game... recorded a season-high 14 points versus Carleton (Jan. 11) and versus Ottawa (Jan. 12). 2011-12: Dressed for all 22 games, averaging 15.1 minutes per game...recorded 94 points and 56 rebounds...recorded a

LIANE BAILEY SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS Points 16, at RMC (February 5, 2011)

Free Throws 7, at RMC (January 6, 2012

Rebounds 9, at York (January 18, 2013)

Free Throw Attempts 8, two times (last: vs RMC, Jan. 28, 2012)

Assists 3, many times (last: vs York, Feb. 2, 2013)

Three-Point Field Goals 3, at Windsor (Novembre 24, 2012)

Steals 3, twice (last: at Laurentian, Feb. 1, 2013)

Three-Point Attempts 6, three times (last: vs. Ottawa, Jan. 12, 2013)

Field Goals 5, many times (last: vs. Ottawa, Jan. 12, 2013)

Minutes Played 33, twice ( last: at York, Jan. 18, 2013)

Field Goal Attempts 14, vs. Ottawa (January 12, 2013) LIANE BAILEY CAREER STATISTICS Regular Season GP Min MPG FG 3P FG M/A % M/A % 2012-13 20 487 24.4 50/170 29.0 15/50 24.0 2011-12 22 332 15.1 31/114 27.2 6/27 22.2 2010-11 22 168 12.2 29/95 30.5 7/43 16.3

FT Pts PPG M/A % 43/49 88.0 155 7.8 26/37 70.3 94 4.3 17/22 77.3 82 3.7

Reb RPG Ast PF To Stl Blk O D Tot 27 49 76 3.8 23 59 55 14 6 17 39 56 2.6 22 37 29 12 5 12 31 43 2.0 9 27 30 17 4

Playoffs GP Min MPG FG 3P FG M/A % M/A % 2012-13 2 37 18.5 4/17 23.5 0-4 0 2011-12 2 27 13.5 2/11 18.2 0/1 0 2010-11 8 75 9.4 5/18 27.7 4/10 40.0

FT Pts PPG M/A % 0-0 0 0 0 0/0 0 4 2.0 0/0 0 14 1.8

Reb RPG Ast PF To Stl Blk O D Tot 2 4 6 3.0 1 6 4 0 0 1 2 3 1.5 1 6 2 0 0 3 4 7 0.9 5 12 9 5 2

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Cardinal Legar S.S. • Brampton, Ont. Master’s of Engineering High School: Named the female athlete of the year and won the alumni award in 2007. Previous post-secondary: Attended Western University...named the CIS track and field second team all-Canadian in 2012. Personal: Sister, Sabrina, played on the Waterloo Warriors basketball team from 2009-11 Varsity: 2012-13: Dressed for 19 games, averaging 16.5 minutes per game... led the team with 25 steals...recorded 36 points, 39 rebounds and 15 assists.

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General Amherst H.S. • Windsor, Ont. Education High School: Was the 2007 Royal Arcanum recipient as the top female high school athlete Windsor and Essex country...competed in the all-Canadian Classic all-star game in 2008...named the league most valuable player in 2008. Previous post-secondary: Played for two seasons for the Windsor Lancers (2008-10). Varsity: 2012-13: Dressed for eight games, averaging 8.2 minutes per game...recorded 11 points and 11 rebounds. 2011-12: Dressed for 16 games, averaging 15.8 minutes per contest...recorded 78 points and 39 boards...recorded a season-high 10 points in four games this season

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5-8

ELIG: 2

Saunders S.S. • London, Ont. KPE Concurrent Education High School: Named the most valuable player on the basketball team. Varsity: 2012-13: Dressed for 20 games, averaging 12.3 minutes per contest...recorded 43 points and 34 rebounds.

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All Saints C.S.S. • Whitby, Ont. Sociology/Equities High School: Named the junior athlete of the year in 2005...won the coaches award for basketball in 2005 and 2010. Varsity: 2012-13: Dressed for 20 games, averaging 14.6 minutes per game... averaged 6.6 points points per game...recorded a career-high 17 points at Brock on Dec. 1. 2011-12: Dressed for 19 games...recorded 112 points and 39 rebounds...recorded a career-high 15 points vs Queen’s on Jan. 27. 2010-11: Dressed for 20 games...recorded 93 points...recorded a season-high 10 points versus Lakehead (Nov. 5), at York (Jan. 14) and at Laurentian (Jan. 15).

JULIE LONGAUER SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS Points 17, vs. Brock (December 1, 2012)

Free Throws 6, many times (last: at Ryerson, Feb. 16, 2013)

Rebounds 6, two times (last: vs. Brock, Dec. 1, 2012)

Free Throw Attempts 8, at Western (November 23, 2012)

Assists 3, two times (last: vs. RMC, Jan. 28, 2012)

Three-Point Field Goals 2, vs. Brock (December 1, 2012)

Steals 3, two times (last: vs. RMC, Jan. 28, 2012)

Three-Point Attempts 3, many times (last: vs. Queen’s, Jan. 26, 2013)

Field Goals 7, vs York (February 20, 2013)

Minutes Played 25, vs. McMaster (November 30, 2012)

Field Goal Attempts 12, two times (last: vs York, Feb. 20, 2013) JULIE LONGAUER CAREER STATISTICS Regular Season GP Min MPG FG 3P FG M/A % M/A % 2012-13 20 293 14.6 46/118 39.0 5/18 28.0 2011-12 19 210 11.1 39/101 38.6 0/2 0.0 2010-11 20 199 10.0 38/89 42.7 0/4 0.0

FT Pts PPG M/A % 36/62 58.0 133 6.7 34/47 72.3 112 5.9 17/30 56.7 93 4.7

Reb RPG Ast PF To Stl Blk O D Tot 17 14 31 1.6 11 35 21 21 4 23 16 39 2.1 18 25 21 20 3 18 16 34 1.7 8 23 15 11 2

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2011-12: Dressed all 22 games, averaging 14.7 minutes per game...averaged 4.6 points and 2.7 boards per game...recorded a season-high 10 points in four games this season. 2010-11: Saw action in 11 games, recording 11 points and 12 rebounds on the year. Personal: Sister, Ariana, is a meber of Basketball B.C.’s under-17 provincial team.

New Westminster S.S. • New Westminster B.C.

Philosophy/Political Science High School: Was named the player of the game four times at the B.C. high school provincial championships in 2009-10...won the Dogwood district scholarship and the NWSS principal’s award. Varsity: 2012-13: Dressed for all 20 games, averaging 25.4 minutes per game...led the team with 12.0 points and ranked third with 5.0 boards per game...led the team in 3FG and free throws...recorded a careerhigh 21 points in three different games, at Queen’s (Jan. 5), versus York (Feb. 2) and at Ottawa (Feb. 8)...reached double digits in 14-of22 games this season... twice named the Varsity Blues female athlete of the week...named an OUA East second team all-star.

RACHEL SIDER SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS Points 21, three times (last: at Ottawa, Feb. 8, 2013)

Free Throws 10, at Queen’s (January 5, 2013)

Rebounds 10, vs. York (February 2, 2013)

Free Throw Attempts 13, at Ottawa (February 8, 2013)

Assists 2, many times (last: at Ryerson, Feb. 16, 2013)

Three-Point Field Goals 3, vs. Ryerson (February 15, 2013)

Steals 3, twice (last: at Laurentian (Jan. 19, 2013)

Three-Point Attempts 6, vs. Ottawa (January 12, 2013

Field Goals 8, two times (last: vs. Ryerson, Feb. 15, 2013)

Minutes Played 36, vs. Ryerson (February 15, 2013)

Field Goal Attempts 19, vs. Laurentian (February 1, 2013) RACHEL SIDER CAREER STATISTICS Regular Season GP Min MPG FG 3P FG FT Pts PPG M/A % M/A % M/A % 2012-13 20 508 25.4 77/214 36.0 20/58 34.0 67/86 78.0 241 12.1 2011-12 22 323 14.7 34/87 39.1 9/21 42.9 24/26 92.3 101 4.6 2010-11 11 56 5.1 3/17 17.7 2/5 40.0 3/4 75.0 11 1.0

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Etobicoke C.I. • Etobicoke, Ont. Kinesiology

high 25 points at McMaster on Dec. 2...named an OUA first team all-star. 2010-11: Played in all 22 games...ranked fourth on the team with 8.7 points per game...ranked 15th in the CIS with 55 steals over 22 regular season games played...tallied a career-high 17 points in helping lead the Varsity Blues to a 65-57 victory over the Mustangs in the CIS Eastern Regional and a berth to the CIS Final 8...named the OUA East rookie of the year...named a member of the CIS all-rookie team... named the University of Toronto Varsity Blues female rookie of the year.

High School: Named the junior athlete of the year in 2008...was named the most valuable player on the girls basketball team for three consecutive years. Varsity: 2012-13: Missed the first half of the season due to injury...Dressed for 11 games, averaging 30.2 minutes per contest...ranked second on the team with 10.6 points per game...recorded a season-high 20 points versus Laurentian on Jan. 19. 2011-12: Played in all 22 games, leading the team with 29.8 minutes per game...led the team with 14.6 points per game...also averaged 4.8 boards and added 64 assists and 63 steals...recorded a career-

JILL STRATTON SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS Points 25, at McMaster (December 2, 2011)

Free Throws 6, vs. York (January 28, 2011)

Rebounds 9, two times (last: vs. Ryerson, Feb. 15, 2013)

Free Throw Attempts 10, at McMaster (December 2, 2011)

Assists 8, vs. Queen’s (January 27, 2012)

Three-Point Field Goals 4, at McMaster (December 2, 2011)

Steals 8, vs. Laurentian (February 10, 2012)

Three-Point Attempts 7, vs. Ryerson, February 15, 2013

Field Goals 10, vs. Laurier (November 12, 2012)

Minutes Played 37, vs. Ryerson, February 15, 2013

Field Goal Attempts 20, two times (last: vs. Carleton, Jan. 14, 2012) JILL STRATTON CAREER STATISTICS Regular Season GP Min MPG FG 3P FG FT Pts PPG Reb RPG Ast PF To Stl Blk M/A % M/A % M/A % O D Tot 2012-13 11 331 30.2 41/113 36.0 14/48 29.0 21/37 57.0 117 10.6 18 35 53 4.8 30 10 29 24 4 2011-12 22 656 29.8 128/298 43.0 22/70 31.4 43/70 61.4 321 14.6 30 75 105 4.8 64 28 61 63 6 2010-11 22 506 23.0 71/181 39.2 11/47 23.4 39/66 59.1 192 8.7 44 59 103 4.7 57 26 24 55 10 Playoffs GP Min MPG FG 3P FG FT Pts PPG Reb RPG Ast PF To Stl Blk M/A % M/A % M/A % O D Tot 2012-13 2 58 29.0 5/23 22.0 1/9 11.0 3/4 75.0 14 7.0 2 10 12 6.0 10 2 5 2 0 2011-12 2 70 35 7/25 28.0 2/7 28.6 1/4 25.0 17 8.5 5 8 13 6.5 10 4 4 2 2 2010-11 8 211 26.3 32/75 42.6 5/16 31.1 5/7 71.4 74 9.25 13 29 42 5.25 27 15 13 20 4

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ALICIA

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6-2

ELIG: 5

boards per game...recorded a career-high 14 points versus Ryerson on Feb. 18. 2009-10: Dressed for all 22 games...averaged 12.4 minutes per game...recorded 62 points and 82 rebounds...recorded a season-high nine points versus RMC on Feb. 5 and a season-high 10 rebounds versus Waterloo on Nov. 7.

Westside S.S. • Orangeville, Ont. Physical Education High School: Won a letter of distinction for basketball in 2009. Varsity: 2012-13: Dressed for all 20 games... ranked third on the team with 7.8 points and second with 6.0 rebounds per game...led the team with 13 blocks...recorded a season-high 12 points in the season-opener versus Guelph (Nov. 9) and last playoff game at Carleton (Feb. 23). 2011-12: Dressed for nine games before being sidelined with injury... averaged 7.6 points and 5.7 boards per game...recorded a career-high 15 points at Guelph on Nov. 19. 2010-11: Dressed for all 22 games...averaged 18.7 minutes per game... recorded 119 points and ranked second on the team with 5

ALICIA VAN KAMPEN SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS Points 15, at Guelph (November 19, 2011)

Free Throws 7, at Laurier (November 16, 2012)

Rebounds 13, vs. Guelph (November 9, 2013)

Free Throw Attempts 10, two times (last: at Laurier, Nov. 16, 2012)

Assists 2, many times (last: at Laurentian, Jan. 19, 2013)

Three-Point Field Goals 1, many times (last: at Western, Nov. 23, 2012)

Steals 3, two times (last: vs. Waterloo, Nov. 11, 2011)

Three-Point Attempts 1, many times (last: at Western, Nov. 23, 2012)

Field Goals 6, many times (last: vs. Waterloo, Nov. 11, 2011)

Minutes Played 33 at Carleton (February 9, 2013)

Field Goal Attempts 12, at Guelph (November 19, 2011) ALICIA VAN KAMPEN CAREER STATISTICS Regular Season GP Min MPG FG 3P FG FT Pts PPG Reb RPG Ast PF To Stl Blk M/A % M/A % M/A % O D Tot 2012-13 20 2011-12 9 2010-11 22 2009-10 22

399 19.9 46/115 40.0 1/1 137 15.2 29/50 58.0 1/1 412 18.7 47/106 44.3 0/1 273 12.4 24/56 42.9 2/3

100.0 46/83 55.0 139 7.0 56 65 121 6.0 6 100.0 9/19 47.4 68 7.6 27 24 51 5.7 5 0.0 25/43 58.1 119 5.4 45 64 109 5.0 5 66.7 12/24 50.0 62 2.8 30 52 82 3.7 9

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Canterbury H.S. • Ottawa, Ont. Humanities High School: Named the most valuable player on the senior basketball team...named a NCSSAA all-star in 2011. Varsity: 2012-13: Dressed for 17 games, averaging 8.9 minutes per contest... recorded 36 points.

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St. Josephs College School • Scarborough, Ont.

Martingrove C.I. • Toronto, Ont.

Social Science

Life Science

High School: Named the most valuable player on the senior basketball team for four consecutive seasons.

SOPHIA

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St. Michaels University School • Victoria, B.C.

Arts

High School: Named the junior and senior athlete of the year... named the most valuable player on the soccer and basketball teams... won the 2008 Eastern Canadian basketball championships and was a finalist in 2009...was named an all-star at the 2009 Eastern Canadian basketball championship.

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St. Mary C.S.S • Dundas, Ont.

DIEDRE

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5-7

Life Science High School: Named the senior female athlete of the year...was the most valuable player on the indoor soccer and volleyball teams.

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St. Thomas Moore C.S.S • Ancaster, Ont. Kinesiology High School: Named the most valuable player on the junior and senior volleyball teams. Personal: Sister played on the Queen’s Gaels women’s volleyball team...brother played football for the Concordia Stingers...Diedre volunteers as a coach at basketball camps.

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Western Canada H.S. • Calgary, Alta.

International Development Studies High School: Named the most valuable player on the cross country, track and field and basketball teams...named the CHSAA track and field athlete of the year...won Western Canada’s Kevin Fennesey award...competed at the 2012 junior national cross country and track and field championships. Personal: Brother, Dakota, is a member of the University of Toronto Varsity Blues men’s basketball team

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The Varsity Blues women’s basketball team earned their 10th consecutive playoff berth, finishing the regular season with a 10-10 record in third place in the OUA East division.

The Blues handily defeated the York Lions, 88-52, in OUA playoff action, before falling to the Carleton Ravens 71-47 in a quarter-final in Ottawa.

Third-year forward Rachael Sider had a breakout year, leading the team with 12.1 points per game, and was honoured as an OUA East second team all-star.

Veteran forward Amanda Lauzon ended the season ranked 10th in the province with 7.5 rebounds per contest.

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2012-13 Year in Review

2012-13 OUA FINAL STANDINGS East Team GP W L T Ottawa 20 16 4 0 Carleton 20 15 5 0 Toronto 20 10 10 0 Ryerson 20 8 12 0 Queen’s 20 7 13 0 York 20 6 14 0 Laurentian 20 5 15 0

PF PA 1353 1105 1337 1048 1194 1261 1230 1292 1249 1339 1183 1333 1174 1409

PTS 32 30 20 16 14 12 10

West Team Windsor Brock McMaster Western Laurier Lakehead Guelph Waterloo

GP W L T 21 21 0 0 21 18 3 0 21 12 9 0 21 11 10 0 21 11 10 0 21 7 14 0 21 7 14 0 21 0 21 0

GF GA 1612 1096 1351 1178 1421 1380 1420 1386 1373 1313 1330 1494 1337 1418 1110 1622

PTS 42 36 24 22 22 14 14 0

2012-13 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Player GP Min MPG FG 3P FG FT Pts PPG Reb RPG Ast PF TO Stl Blk M/A % M/A % M/A % O D Tot Bailey, Liane 22 524 23.8 54/187 0.28 12/54 0.22 43/49 0.87 163 7.4 29 53 82 3.7 24 65 59 17 6 Brathwaite, Vanessa 21 334 15.9 14/63 0.22 1/11 0.09 11/19 0.57 40 1.9 16 24 40 1.9 16 15 22 26 0 Chute, Kristy 9 70 7.8 6/24 0.25 0/6 0 2/4 0.5 14 1.6 1 11 12 1.3 2 4 10 2 1 Frederick, Melissa 15 155 10.3 14/40 0.35 3/9 0.33 5/6 0.83 36 2.4 3 21 24 1.6 14 16 23 7 0 Fredrick, Melissa 1 15 15 1/4 0.25 1/3 0.33 1/2 0.5 4 4 2 2 4 4 0 1 2 0 0 Garner, Alanna 22 268 12.2 16/54 0.29 8/29 0.27 5/8 0.62 45 2 13 22 35 1.6 8 20 19 7 1 Lauzon, Amanda 22 431 19.6 47/135 0.34 0/1 0 26/38 0.68 120 5.5 63 98 161 7.3 14 55 41 19 4 Lewin, Jasmine 22 621 28.2 66/221 0.29 4/23 0.17 29/43 0.67 165 7.5 24 62 86 3.9 47 61 71 25 4 Longauer, Julie 22 319 14.5 54/133 0.40 6/21 0.28 37/66 0.56 151 6.9 19 16 35 1.6 13 38 22 22 4 Menton, Kristina 10 40 4 1/5 0.2 0/1 0 1/2 0.5 3 0.3 0 4 4 0.4 0 3 6 4 2 Sider, Rachael 22 565 25.7 84/232 0.36 22/66 0.33 75/95 0.78 265 12 49 59 108 4.9 19 63 61 24 3 Stratton, Jill 13 389 29.9 46/136 0.33 15/57 0.26 24/41 0.58 131 10.1 20 45 65 5 40 12 34 26 4 Van Kampen, Alicia 22 449 20.4 54/127 0.42 1/1 1 47/86 0.54 156 7.1 62 72 134 6.1 8 42 18 15 15 Wallace, Vanessa 19 157 8.3 11/50 0.22 8/38 0.21 6/8 0.75 36 1.9 7 11 18 0.9 7 11 15 8 0

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2012-13 Game-By-Game Statistics Date Nov 9 Nov 10 Nov 16 Nov 17 Nov 23 Nov 24 Nov 30 Dec 1 Jan 5 Jan 11 Jan 12 Jan 18 Jan 19 Jan 26 Feb 1 Feb 2 Feb 8 Feb 9 Feb 15 Feb 16

Opponent Guelph Lakehead at Laurier at Waterloo at Western at Windsor McMaster Brock at Queen’s Carleton Ottawa at York at Laurentian Queen’s Laurentian York at Ottawa at Carleton Ryerson at Ryerson

Score W, 55-50 W, 63-53 W, 58-54 W, 55-52 L, 73-56 L, 85-54 L, 64-56 L, 68-54 W, 62-57 L, 48-44 L, 65-57 L, 85-71 W, 66-62 W, 60-55 W, 69-54 W, 66-65 L, 72-61 W, 63-56 L, 78-63 L, 65-61

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fg 21-63 23-65 22-65 20-61 19-63 20-74 21-59 20-59 19-57 15-60 19-64 25-76 24-68 21-57 23-78 25-68 17-57 19-51 24-66 18-66

pct 3pt pct ft 33.3 2-9 22.2 11-23 35.4 4-7 57.1 13-21 33.8 1-7 14.3 13-20 32.8 1-5 20.0 14-21 30.2 1-12 8.3 17-27 27.0 5-17 29.4 9-13 35.6 5-17 29.4 9-14 33.9 3-12 25.0 11-23 33.3 2-10 20.0 22-28 25.0 2-10 20.0 12-19 29.7 6-22 27.3 13-20 32.9 7-30 23.3 14-22 35.3 6-22 27.3 12-21 36.8 2-14 14.3 16-24 29.5 7-20 35.0 16-27 36.8 3-13 23.1 13-17 29.8 1-12 8.3 26-35 37.3 5-16 31.2 20-24 36.4 7-16 43.8 8-12 27.3 5-19 26.3 20-24

pct 47.8 61.9 65.0 66.7 63.0 69.2 64.3 47.8 78.6 63.2 65.0 63.6 57.1 66.7 59.3 76.5 74.3 83.3 66.7 83.3

off def reb ast 25 31 56 9 24 22 46 10 16 32 48 7 17 25 42 7 9 36 45 5 17 26 43 10 10 26 36 11 14 29 43 7 15 32 47 7 20 27 47 5 17 21 38 10 21 23 44 12 14 16 30 12 15 28 43 8 28 25 53 16 22 26 48 15 14 25 39 4 7 23 30 11 18 21 39 12 13 21 34 8

to stl 24 9 17 8 14 10 24 8 21 7 18 5 22 14 24 10 18 8 19 8 18 15 17 6 21 15 20 8 10 8 16 8 18 9 13 8 25 11 24 10

blk pf 2 23 0 12 2 19 3 23 4 23 1 10 1 20 1 14 3 21 4 17 0 21 2 25 1 18 3 25 1 16 3 11 0 17 2 18 4 17 3 26

pts 55 63 58 55 56 54 56 54 62 44 57 71 66 60 69 66 61 63 63 61

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The University of Toronto Varsity Blues women’s basketball team has made 17 trips to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) championship, including a berth in the 2011 national tournament, and have won one national title, two silver medals and two bronze medals. U of T has collected the conference crown nine times, the second best in the OUA. Along with team accolades, Varsity Blues basketball also regularly attracts some of the top high school studentathletes both here in Ontario and across the country. Since 1985, 56 Varsity Blues have been named OUA all-stars and 18 have been named CIS all-Canadians. A number of Blues

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On the sidelines, head coach Michèle Bélanger has been the Varsity Blues bench boss since the 1979-80 season. Her record speaks for itself - nine OUA championships, 15 CIS championship appearances and five CIS topthree finishes, including a national championship crown in 1986. Varsity Blues women’s basketball is all about excellence on the court, in the classroom and in the community.

Coaching Records (Since 1920) Head Coach Seasons Record Stanley Moore 1920-22 (2) 4-0 Dr. H.D. Logan 1922-23 (1) 1-1 Arthur Smith 1923-24 (1) 2-0 Hector Crighton 1924-27 (3) 5-1 Phyllis Griffiths 1927-29 (2) 2-2 Marion Forward 1929-32, 33-34 (4) 8-0 Sally Ballard 1932-33 (1) 1-1 Muriel Atkin 1934-35 (1) 1-1 M. Thompson Wilson 1935-36 (1) 1-1 B. Longley 1936-37, 38-40 (3) 4-2 Margery Rean 1937-38 (1) 1-1 J. Crawford-Stephenson 1945-47 (2) 3-1 Joan Davis 1947-48 (1) 0-2 Mary Barnett 1948-61 (13) 21-6 Anne Hewett 1961-68 (7) 7-16 Gwen Hill-Powell 1968-73 (5) 20-8 Sharon Bradley 1973-79 (6) 28-49 Michèle Bélanger 1979-Present (34) 415-144

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Playoffs N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 2-3 2-3 79-51

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VARSITY BLUES AT THE CIS CHAMPIONSHIP (Since 1971) Appearances 17

GP W L PCT 48 23 25 .479

1st Appearance 1981-82

2010-11 (CIS 6th) Regional Semifinal - Toronto 78, Fraser Valley 69 Regional Final - Toronto 65, Western 57 Quarter-Final - Cape Breton 58, Toronto 49 Consolation Semifinal - Toronto 82, Laval 79 5th Place - Laurier 64, Toronto 57 2007-08 Quarter-Final - UBC 74, Toronto 59 Consolation Semifinal - Saskatchewan 74, Toronto 70 2001-02 Quarter-Final - Regina 89, Toronto 72 Consolation Semifinal - Brock 75, Toronto 67 1996-97 (CIS 4th) Quarter-Final - Toronto 73, Lakehead 59 Semfinal - York 64, Toronto 60 Bronze Medal - Western 83, Toronto 69 1995-96 (CIS Silver) Quarter-Final - Toronto 89, Laval 69 Semifinal - Toronto 71, McGill 68 Final - Manitoba 81, Toronto 77 (OT) 1994-95 (CIS 4th) Quarter-Final - Toronto 72, Victoria 51 Semfinal - Winnipeg 79, Toronto 75 Bronze Medal - Laurentian 76, Toronto 47 1993-94 (CIS Silver) Quarter-Final - Toronto 74, UNB 44 Semifinal - Toronto 69, Laurentian 60 (OT) Final - Winnipeg 90, Toronto 76

Last Appearance 2010-11 1988-89 (CIS Bronze) Quarter-Final - Toronto 85, Winnipeg 59 Semifinal - Calgary 78, Toronto 73 Bronze Medal - Toronto 64, Victoria 53 1987-88 Quarter-Final - UPEI 66, Toronto 59 Consolation Semifinal - Lethbridge 69, Toronto 68 1986-87(CIS 5th) Quarter-Final - Winnipeg 56, Toronto 53 Consolation Semfinal - Toronto 84, Brock 53 5th Place - Toronto 60, UPEI 40 1985-86 (CIS Champions) Quarter-Final - Toronto 81, Dalhousie 63 Semifinal - Toronto 84, Lethbridge 78 Final - Toronto 68, Victoria 63 1984-85 (CIS Bronze) Quarter-Final - Toronto 70, UNB 65 Semifinal - Laurentian 71, Toronto 70 Bronze Medal - Toronto 66, Concordia 65 1983-84 Quarter-Final - Alberta 72, Toronto 66 Consolation Semifinal - Manitoba 71, Toronto 70 (OT) 1981-82 (CIS 5th) Quarter-Final - Victoria 81, Toronto 31 Consolation Semifinal - Toronto 73, York 66 5th-Place - Toronto 60, Saskatchewan 45

1992-93 (CIS 5th) Quarter-Final - Lethbridge 73, Toronto 72 Consolation Semifinal - Toronto 82, UPEI 58 5th Place - Toronto 81, Western 59 1991-92 (CIS 4th) Quarter-Final - Toronto 76, Manitoba 60 Semifinal - Victoria 73, Toronto 55 Bronze Medal - Laurentian 82, Toronto 60 1989-90 Quarter-Final - Calgary 75, Toronto 58 Consolation Semifinal - Victoria 68, Toronto 65

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ALL-CANADIANS AND ALL-STARS CIS Player of the Year (Nan Copp Award) 1995-96 - Justine Ellison 1985-86 - Pat Mellville CIS Championship MVP 1985-86 - Angela Orton CIS All-Rookie Team 2010-11 - Jill Stratton

OUA East Player of the Year 2008-09 - Alaine Hutton 2003-04 - Nikki Doucet 1997-98 - Elizabeth Hart 1995-96 - Justine Ellison 1991-92 - Denise Scott 1987-88 - Mary Ann Kowal 1985-86 - Pat Melville OUA East Joy Bellinger Award 2007-08 - Christine Cho 1999-00 - Suzanne McAlpine 1998-99 - Samantha Burrows OUA East Rookie of the Year 2010-11 - Jill Stratton 2005-06 - Alaine Hutton 2001-02 - Paula Romkey 1998-99 - Vanessa Richardson 1996-97 - Laura Verbeeten 1991-92 - Tina Ellison 1990-91 - Kimberely Johnson OUA East Coach of the Year 2010-11 - Michele Belanger 2007-08 - Michele Belanger 1999-00 - Michele Belanger 1996-97 - Michele Belanger 1993-94 - Michele Belanger 1981-82 - Michele Belanger 1980-81 - Michele Belanger

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CIS All-Canadians 2010-11 - Nicki Schutz 2009-10 - Nicky Schutz 2008-09 - Alaine Hutton 2003-04 - Nikki Doucet 1997-98 - Liz Hart 1995-96 - Justine Ellison 1994-95 - Justine Ellison 1992-93 - Denise Scott 1991-92 - Denise Scott 1990-91 - Denise Scott 1988-89 - Mary Ann Kowal 1987-88 - Mary Ann Kowal 1986-87 - Mary Ann Kowal 1985-86 - Pat Melville, Angela Orton 1984-85 - Angela Orton, Pat Melville 1983-84 - Angela Orton OUA All-Stars 2012-13 - Rachael Sider 2011-12 - Jill Stratton, Sherri Pierce 2010-11 - Nicki Schutz, Sherri Pierce 2009-10 - Nicki Schutz 2008-09 - Alaine Hutton, Nicki Schutz 2007-08 - Christine Cho, Alaine Hutton 2006-07 - Christine Cho, Alaine Hutton 2005-06 - Christine Cho 2004-05 - Joanne Chehade, Vanessa Nobrega 2003-04 - Vanessa Nobrega, Nikki Doucet 2002-03 - Paula Romkey 2001-02 - Holly Pagnan, Vanessa Richardson 2000-01 - Klara Danes,Vanessa Richardson, Elanna Robson 1999-00 - Klara Danes, Rachel Ellison 1998-99 - Karen Bottineau, Rachel Ellison, Stephanie Splitter 1997-98 - Liz Hart, Laura Verbeeten 1996-97 - Liz Hart, Laurel Johnson 1995-96 - Justine Ellison, Liz Hart 1994-95 - Justine Ellison, Laurel Johnson, Laurie Pinkney 1993-94 - Laurel Johnson, Justine Ellison 1992-93 - Justine Ellison, Denise Scott 1991-92 - Denise Scott, Heather Marlborough 1990-91 - Samantha Reed, Denise Scott 1989-90 - Denise Scott, Joan Stock 1988-89 - Mary Ann Kowal, Joan Stock 1987-88 - Mary Ann Kowal, Samantha Reed 1986-87 - Theresa Burns, Mary Ann Kowal, Samantha Reed 1985-86 - Theresa Burns, Pat Melville, Angela Orton 1984-85 - Peggy Blumenthal, Angela Orton, Pat Mellville 1983-84 - Peggy Blumenthal, Angela Orton, Theresa Burns 1982-83 - Pat Melville, Angela Orton 1981-82 - Pat Melville, Laura Dampf, Gerta Delonghi 1980-81 - Pat Melville, Greta Delonghi

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS, 1920 TO DATE WBB Regular Season Playoff Season W L T Standing W L Coach 1920-21 2 0 1st Stanley Moore 1921-22 2 0 1st Stanley Moore 1922-23 1 1 2nd Dr. H.D. Logan 1923-24 2 0 1st Arthur Smith 1924-25 2 0 1st Hector Crighton 1925-26 1 1 2nd Hector Crighton 1926-27 2 0 1st Hector Crighton 1927-28 0 2 4th Phyllis Griffiths 1928-29 2 0 1st Phyllis Griffiths 1929-30 2 0 1st Marion Forward 1930-31 2 0 1st Marion Forward 1931-32 2 0 1st Marion Forward 1932-33 1 1 3rd Sally Ballard 1933-34 2 0 1st Marion Forward 1934-35 1 1 3rd Muriel Atkin 1935-36 1 1 3rd M. Thompson Wilson 1936-37 1 1 4th Dorothy Rintoul B. Longley 1937-38 1 1 4th Margery Rean 1938-39 2 0 1st B. Longley 1939-40 1 1 4th B. Longley 1940-45 WAR YEARS - NO LEAGUE PLAY 1945-46 1 1 3rd J. Crawford-Stephenson 1946-47 2 0 1st J. Crawford-Stephenson 1947-48 0 2 4th Joan Davis 1948-49 3 0 1st Mary Barnett 1949-50 2 0 1 1st Mary Barnett 1950-51 3 0 1st Mary Barnett 1951-52 1 1 3rd Mary Barnett 1952-53 2 0 1st Mary Barnett 1953-54 2 0 1st Mary Barnett 1954-55 1 1 2nd Mary Barnett 1955-56 0 2 4th Mary Barnett 1956-57 2 0 1st Mary Barnett 1957-58 1 1 4th Mary Barnett 1958-59 1 1 3rd Mary Barnett 1959-60 2 1 2nd Mary Barnett 1960-61 1 1 1 2nd Mary Barnett 1961-62 2 1 2nd Anne Hewett 1962-63 1 2 3rd Anne Hewett 1963-64 0 2 1 2nd Anne Hewett 1964-65 1 2 3rd Anne Hewett 1965-66 1 2 2nd Anne Hewett 1966-67 0 4 1 6th Anne Hewett 1967-68 2 3 4th Anne Hewett 1968-69 Gwen Hills 1969-70 Gwen Hills Powell 1970-71 6 2 2nd Cent Gwen Powell 1971-72 5 5 3rd East 2 1 Gwen Powell 1972-73 9 1 1st East 1 1 Gwen Powell 1973-74 4 6 4th East 0 1 Sharon Bradley 1974-75 4 6 4th East 0 1 Sharon Bradley

1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

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ALL-TIME GAME RESULTS

Date Opponent Var Opp W/L Type 1921 4-Feb McGill 32 28 W WIAU 5-Feb Queen’s 29 24 W WIAU 1922 23-Feb Queen’s 28 13 W 24-Feb McGill 42 32 W

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1923 22-Feb Queen’s 38 22 W 24-Feb McGill 30 32 L

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1924 21-Feb McGill 15 12 W (OT) 22-Feb Queen’s 22 10 W

WIAU WIAU

1925 27-Feb McGill 26 18 W 28-Feb Queen’s 31 26 W (OT)

WIAU WIAU

1926 18-Feb Queen’s 35 18 W 20-Feb McGill 22 23 L

WIAU WIAU

1927 24-Feb McGill 43 22 W 26-Feb Queen’s 38 17 W

WIAU WIAU

1935 22-Feb 23-Feb

Western 9 12 L McGill 25 18 W

WIAU WIAU

1936 21-Feb Western 9 17 L 22-Feb McGill 31 11 W

WIAU WIAU

1937 19-Feb Queen’s 28 22 W 20-Feb Western 14 40 L

WIAU WIAU

1938 18-Feb McGill 17 14 W 24-Feb Western 18 25 L

WIAU WIAU

1939 24-Feb Western 18 11 W 25-Feb McGill 19 14 W

WIAU WIAU

1940 1-Mar Queen’s 27 7 W 2-Mar Western 20 23 L

WIAU WIAU

1941-45 Play suspended - War 1946 8-Mar McGill 27 30 L (OT) WIAU 9-Mar Queen’s 18 14 W WIAU

1928 2-Mar Western 17 28 L WIAU 3-Mar Queen’s 35 36 L (OT) WIAU

1947 28-Feb Western 22 9 W 1-Mar McGill 25 20 W

WIAU WIAU

1929 1-Mar Queen’s 58 27 W 2-Mar Western 52 19 W

WIAU WIAU

1948 27-Feb Queen’s 7 19 L 28-Feb Western 11 18 L

WIAU WIAU

1930 21-Feb Western 34 27 W 22-Feb McGill 53 41 W

WIAU WIAU

1931 27-Feb Queen’s 41 13 W 28-Feb Western 30 16 W

1949 25-Feb McGill 21 19 W 26-Feb Queen’s 32 21 W 26-Feb Western 26 22 W

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1932 19-Feb Western 43 17 W 20-Feb McGill 53 25 W

WIAU WIAU

1950 3-Mar Western 38 26 W 4-Mar McGill 20 20 T 4-Mar Queen’s 30 25 W

WIAU WIAU WIAU

1933 24-Feb McGill 27 39 L 25-Feb Western 25 16 W

WIAU WIAU

1951 16-Feb McGill 36 26 W 17-Feb Western 37 18 W 17-Feb Queen’s 36 21 W

WIAU WIAU WIAU

1934 23-Feb Queen’s 20 17 W 24-Feb Western 20 16 W

WIAU WIAU

1952 22-Feb McGill 28 29 L 23-Feb Western 43 21 W

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1953 27-Feb OAC 52 14 W 28-Feb McGill 44 31 W

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1954 26-Feb Queen’s 26 24 W 27-Feb McGill 44 30 W

WIAU WIAU

1955 25-Feb McGill 35 32 W 26-Feb Western 26 30 L

WIAU WIAU

1956 24-Feb Western 18 33 L 25-Feb McGill 21 38 L

WIAU WIAU

1957 1-Mar Queen’s 46 36 W 2-Mar Western 46 37 W

WIAU WIAU

1958 28-Feb McGill 39 11 W 1-Mar Western 30 39 W

WIAU WIAU

1959 27-Feb Western 31 38 L 28-Feb McGill 33 26 W

WIAU WIAU

1960 4-Mar Queen’s 45 31 W 4-Mar McGill 34 25 W 5-Mar Western 41 46 L

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1961 24-Feb McGill 32 35 L 24-Feb Western 51 39 W 25-Feb Queen’s 37 37 T

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1962 23-Feb Western 35 51 L 23-Feb Queen’s 44 22 W 24-Feb McGill 42 41 W

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1963 22-Feb Queen’s 28 34 L 22-Feb McGill 30 15 W 23-Feb Western 22 38 L 1964 28-Feb McGill 26 38 L 28-Feb Western 31 47 L 29-Feb Queen’s 22 22 T

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1965 26-Feb Western 23 30 L 26-Feb Queen’s 22 28 L 27-Feb McGill 28 22 W

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1966 25-Feb Queen’s 31 13 W 25-Feb McGill 30 28 W 26-Feb Western 23 47 L

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1967 11-Feb McGill 21 21 T 11-Feb Guelph 12 23 L 24-Feb Queen’s 15 17 L 24-Feb Western 28 38 L 25-Feb McMaster 26 36 L

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1968 16-Feb Queen’s 12 14 L 16-Feb Western 19 28 L 1-Mar McMaster 22 23 L 1-Mar McGill 26 16 W 2-Mar Guelph 22 17 W

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1969 21-Feb Western 33 32 W 22-Feb Guelph 26 17 W 28-Feb McGill 37 23 W 28-Feb McMaster 23 27 L 1-Mar Queen’s 33 23 W

WIAU WIAU WIAU WIAU WIAU

1970 20-Feb Guelph 27 30 L 20-Feb Western 31 40 L 21-Feb McMaster 46 33 W

WIAU WIAU WIAU

1970-71 19-Nov McMaster 44 56 L 27-Nov Queen’s 43 39 W 1-Dec York 51 36 W 5-Dec Laurentian 60 38 W Guelph 40 42 L 15-Jan McMaster 30 49 L 19-Jan York 40 37 W 22-Jan Laurentian 51 36 W 25-Jan Ryerson 64 13 W 4-Feb Ryerson 75 15 W 1971-72 20-Nov Queen’s 49 45 W 23-Nov York 43 27 W 27-Nov Laurentian 38 49 L 3-Dec Ottawa 38 49 W 4-Dec Carleton L 21-Jan Carleton 54 21 W 22-Jan Ottawa 48 62 L 26-Jan York 37 31 W 4-Feb Queen’s 46 48 L 12-Feb Laurentian 33 46 L 25-Feb Laurier 74 34 W PO-Con 25-Feb Carleton 63 32 W PO-Con 25-Feb Windsor 38 46 L PO-Con

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1972-73 18-Nov Laurentian 28 39 L 24-Nov Carleton 64 19 W 25-Nov Ottawa 45 31 W 2-Dec Queen’s 51 43 W 5-Dec York 51 23 W 19-Jan Ottawa 41 39 W 20-Jan Carleton 61 34 W 30-Jan York 64 32 W 2-Feb Queen’s 56 38 W 10-Feb Laurentian 44 30 W 23-Feb McMaster 45 52 L 24-Feb Ottawa 44 43 W

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1973-74 17-Nov Laurentian 27 42 L 23-Nov Ottawa 37 58 L 24-Nov Carleton 48 46 W 30-Nov Queen’s 50 54 L 4-Dec York 41 35 W 18-Jan Carleton 53 22 W 19-Jan Ottawa 50 64 L 2-Feb Laurentian 38 40 L 7-Feb York 82 21 W 15-Feb Queen’s 48 49 L Western 35 44 L

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1974-75 15-Nov Queen’s 48 68 L 23-Nov Laurentian 27 50 L 29-Nov Carleton 47 30 W 30-Nov Ottawa 29 46 L 5-Dec York 15-Jan York 17-Jan Ottawa 39 61 L 18-Jan Carleton 28 22 W 24-Jan Queen’s 27 61 L 30-Jan York 52 39 W 15-Feb Laurentian 41 63 L Western 36 68 L 1975-76 11-Nov Guelph 19 60 L 13-Nov McMaster 36 53 L 18-Nov York 25 34 L 21-Nov Carleton 30 44 L 22-Nov Ottawa 36 58 L 28-Nov Queen’s 44 38 W 5-Dec Laurentian 16 42 L 16-Jan Waterloo 38 59 L 23-Jan Carleton 27 35 L 24-Jan Ottawa 38 65 L 30-Jan Western 39 66 L 31-Jan Windsor 28 46 L 7-Feb Queen’s 26 44 L 10-Feb York 48 33 W 13-Feb Laurentian 15 66 L 1976-77 6-Nov Laurentian 14 74 L 16-Nov Western 29 69 L 19-Nov Windsor 28 45 L

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23-Nov York 42 38 W 26-Nov Queen’s 38 53 L 3-Dec Carleton 59 37 W 7-Jan Ottawa 30 64 L 14-Jan Ottawa 30 47 L 15-Jan Carleton 48 55 L 21-Jan Waterloo 45 54 L 26-Jan Guelph 40 48 L 4-Feb Laurentian 14 96 L 9-Feb McMaster 40 42 L 11-Feb Queen’s 43 44 L 1 game missing 1977-78 9-Nov Guelph 33 67 L 19-Nov Windsor 56 39 W 23-Nov York 70 43 W 25-Nov Queen’s 43 53 L 1-Dec Carleton 53 47 W 3-Dec Ottawa 38 41 L 10-Dec Laurentian 56 36 W 11-Jan Waterloo 14-Jan Queen’s 38 50 L 21-Jan Western 58 72 L 27-Jan Carleton 51 44 W 28-Jan Ottawa 47 63 L 8-Feb York 68 62 W 10-Feb Laurentian 40 76 L 11-Feb McMaster 44 48 L 1978-79 10-Nov Windsor 73 49 W 18-Nov Brock 52 27 W 25-Nov Laurier 48 28 W 29-Nov York 64 49 W 16-Jan Ryerson 86 34 W 23-Jan York 67 41 W 26-Jan Carleton 64 56 W 30-Jan Ryerson 54 37 W 2-Feb Carleton 55 26 W 3-Feb Windsor 70 41 W 16-Feb Brock 47 42 W 9-Feb Laurier 73 25 W McMaster 55 46 W Western 59 58 W Ottawa 46 53 L

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1979-80 7-Nov Guelph 59 78 L 16-Nov Queen’s 60 55 W 23-Nov Laurentian 52 54 L 24-Nov Waterloo 51 49 W 28-Nov Western 43 51 L 9-Jan Guelph 41 53 L 11-Jan Queen’s 73 52 W 18-Jan Laurentian 27 54 L 25-Jan Ottawa 60 37 W 1-Feb Waterloo 47 53 L 8-Feb Ottawa 53 28 W 9-Feb Western 50 56 L 22-Feb Brock 51 60 L

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1980-81 5-Nov Guelph 64 45 W 11-Nov Brock 61 43 W 14-Nov Western 52 49 W 22-Nov Laurentian 39 63 L 26-Nov Waterloo 48 47 W 6-Dec York 30 33 L 14-Jan Guelph 55 38 W 16-Jan brock 57 53 W 20-Jan York 46 47 L 24-Jan Western 44 54 L 6-Feb Laurentian 64 77 L 8-Feb Waterloo 63 71 L 15-Feb McMaster 59 51 W 16-Feb Western 47 48 L 1981-82 7-Nov Queen’s 55 62 L 20-Nov Ryerson 85 25 W 25-Nov York 48 49 L 9-Jan Laurentian 51 64 L 19-Jan Ryerson 77 29 W 22-Jan Carleton 83 37 W 23-Jan Ottawa 65 43 W 27-Jan York 57 56 W 29-Jan Queen’s 80 36 W 5-Feb Laurentian 52 56 L 12-Feb Ottawa 89 31 W 13-Feb Carleton 81 35 W 26-Feb Brock 58 51 W 27-Feb Laurentian 61 60 W 28-Feb York 56 58 L 4-Mar Victoria 31 81 L 5-Mar York 73 66 W 6-Mar Saskatchewan 60 45 W 1982-83 16-Nov York 65 77 L 24-Nov Ryerson 98 33 W 3-Dec Ottawa 70 48 W 14-Jan Queen’s 77 53 W 21-Jan Ottawa 61 51 W 22-Jan Carleton 56 43 W 28-Jan Queen’s 72 49 W 1-Feb York 63 55 W 5-Feb Laurentian 55 68 L 8-Feb Ryerson 80 24 W 11-Feb Laurentian 87 90 L 12-Feb Carleton 78 43 W 19-Feb Carleton 73 51 W 25-Feb Guelph 57 53 W 26-Feb Laurentian 58 65 L 1983-84 29-Nov Ryerson 80 37 W 12-Dec Laurentian 49 56 L 17-Jan York 64 61 W 20-Jan Ottawa 69 39 W 21-Jan Carleton 59 54 W 24-Jan Ryerson 91 58 W 27-Jan Queen’s 85 45 W 28-Jan Carleton 76 41 W 31-Jan York 78 51 W

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4-Feb Queen’s 86 55 W 10-Feb Ottawa 72 50 W 11-Feb Laurentian 50 53 L 17-Feb Waterloo 61 50 W 18-Feb Brock 73 68 W 19-Feb Laurentian 64 50 W 1-Mar Alberta 66 72 L 2-Mar Manitoba 70 71 L

OW-P OW-P OW-P CIS CIS

1984-85 7-Dec Laurentian 72 73 L (OT) 10-Jan Ryerson 102 30 W 15-Jan York 72 51 W 18-Jan Ottawa 78 42 W 19-Jan Carleton 84 60 W 22-Jan Ryerson 93 47 W 25-Jan Queen’s 80 44 W 26-Jan Carleton 95 51 W 29-Jan York 83 58 W 3-Feb Queen’s 92 42 W 8-Feb Ottawa 90 48 W 9-Feb Laurentian 79 69 W 15-Feb Western 92 48 W 16-Feb Guelph 79 55 W 17-Feb Laurentian 77 74 W 28-Feb UNB 70 65 W 1-Mar Laurentian 70 71 L 2-Mar Concordia 66 65 W

OW-P OW-P OW-P CIS CIS CIS bronze

1985-86 8-Nov Carleton 82 28 W 26-Nov Ryerson 78 40 W 17-Jan Carleton 86 37 W 18-Jan Ottawa 69 32 W 25-Jan Laurentian 75 69 W 28-Jan York 77 63 W 1-Feb Queen’s 74 42 W 4-Feb Ryerson 76 35 W 7-Feb Ottawa 76 41 W 8-Feb Queen’s 88 43 W 11-Feb York 75 48 W 15-Feb Laurentian 63 57 W 20-Feb McMaster 79 47 W 21-Feb Waterloo 89 43 W 22-Feb Laurentian 71 60 W 27-Feb Dalhousie 81 63 W 28-Feb Lethbridge 84 78 W 1-Mar Victoria 68 63 W

OW-P OW-P OW-P CIS CIS CIS

1986-87 12-Jan Laurentian 50 62 L 16-Jan York 58 49 W 23-Jan Carleton 84 30 W 24-Jan Ottawa 70 28 W 28-Jan Ryerson 68 43 W 31-Jan Queen’s 62 26 W 3-Feb York 55 44 W 6-Feb Laurentian 63 74 L 13-Feb Carleton 82 29 W 15-Feb Ottawa 70 36 W 17-Feb Queen’s 77 29 W 20-Feb Ryerson 89 56 W 27-Feb Brock 56 59 L

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2-Mar Ottawa 72 54 W 3-Mar Waterloo 65 51 W 6-Mar Winnipeg 53 56 L 7-Mar Brock 84 53 W 8-Mar UPEI 60 48 W 1987-88 9-Jan Laurentian 49 60 L 15-Jan Ottawa 66 49 W 16-Jan Carleton 83 40 W 19-Jan York 61 44 W 23-Jan Queen’s 92 48 W 29-Jan York 64 34 W 2-Feb Ryerson 71 45 W 5-Feb Queen’s 69 56 W 9-Feb Ryerson 77 58 W 12-Feb Laurentian 64 53 W 19-Feb Carleton 72 45 W 20-Feb Ottawa 65 52 W 26-Feb Laurier 66 61 W 27-Feb Windsor 79 66 W 28-Feb Laurentian 75 71 W 3-Mar UPEI 66 59 L 4-Mar Lethbridge 69 68 L 1988-89 6-Jan Ottawa 69 46 W 7-Jan Carleton 103 30 W 18-Jan York 72 64 W 21-Jan Laurentian 63 77 L 25-Jan Ryerson 87 41 W 28-Jan Queen’s 79 52 W 3-Feb Carleton 97 31 W 7-Feb York 72 62 W 11-Feb Laurentian 69 75 L 14-Feb Queen’s 96 42 W 19-Feb Ottawa 81 35 W 23-Feb Ryerson 94 32 W 3-Mar Lakehead 79 50 W 4-Mar McMaster 87 69 W 5-Mar Laurentian 73 60 W 9-Mar Winnipeg 85 59 W 10-Mar Calgary 73 78 L 11-Mar Victoria 64 53 W 1989-90 1-Dec Queen’s 76 63 W 12-Jan Laurentian 65 71 L 14-Jan Carleton 94 40 W 16-Jan Ryerson 85 45 W 20-Jan Queen’s 78 48 W 23-Jan York 52 42 W 2-Feb Ottawa 42 60 L 3-Feb Carleton 92 36 W 9-Feb Laurentian 39 84 L 17-Feb Ottawa 57 40 W 20-Feb York 51 56 L 24-Feb Ryerson 98 36 W 2-Mar Brock 68 65 W 3-Mar Lakehead 63 60 W 4-Mar Laurentian 70 79 L 8-Mar Calgary 58 76 L 9-Mar Victoria 65 68 L

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OW-P OW-P CIS CIS CIS

OW-PO OW-PO OW-PO CIS CIS

OW-PO OW-PO OW-PO CIS CIS CIS

1990-91 28-Nov Queen’s 61 46 W 9-Jan Ryerson 76 52 W 15-Jan York 80 50 W 25-Jan Carleton 79 29 W 26-Jan Laurentian 66 77 L 2-Feb Ottawa 70 36 W 5-Feb Ryerson 83 51 W 9-Feb Queen’s 77 54 W 12-Feb York 77 44 W 15-Feb Ottawa 87 35 W 16-Feb Carleton 81 18 W 23-Feb Laurentian 63 72 L 26-Feb Lakehead 77 63 W 1-Mar Western 46 67 L 2-Mar McMaster 52 63 L

OW-PO OW-PO OW-PO

1991-92 29-Nov Ottawa 77 41 W 11-Jan Ryerson 67 56 W 17-Jan Carleton 100 20 W 19-Jan Queen’s 89 56 W 1-Feb Laurentian 60 70 L 4-Feb York 72 54 W 7-Feb Ryerson 97 41 W 12-Feb York 59 55 W 15-Feb Carleton 100 27 W 16-Feb Ottawa 79 36 W 21-Feb Queen’s 90 64 W 22-Feb Laurentian 76 59 W 25-Feb McMaster 56 54 W 28-Feb Lakehead 67 49 W 29-Feb Laurentian 57 62 L 5-Mar Manitoba 76 60 W 6-Mar Victoria 55 73 L 7-Mar Laurentian 60 82 L

OW-PO OW-PO OW-PO CIS CIS CIS

1992-93 12-Jan Ryerson 63 42 W 15-Jan Carleton 84 56 W 16-Jan Laurentian 55 59 L 22-Jan Ottawa 51 40 W 23-Jan Carleton 74 34 W 30-Jan York 79 49 W 6-Feb Queen’s 60 58 W 9-Feb Ryerson 70 36 W 13-Feb Laurentian 37 66 L 16-Feb York 81 55 W 20-Feb Queen’s 74 58 W 21-Feb Ottawa 64 35 W 26-Feb Brock 76 51 W 27-Feb Western 58 47 W 28-Feb Laurentian 63 70 L 12-Mar Lethbridge 72 73 L 13-Mar UPEI 82 53 W 14-Mar Western 81 59 W

OW-PO OW-PO OW-PO CIS CIS CIS

OW-PO OW-PO OW-PO CIS CIS

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1993-94 11-Jan Ryerson 75 41 W 14-Jan Ottawa 71 43 W 15-Jan Carleton 94 41 W 18-Jan York 74 33 W 21-Jan Laurentian 45 60 L 28-Jan Queen’s 65 58 W 4-Feb Ryerson 67 46 W 5-Feb York 60 53 W 11-Feb Carleton 81 44 W 12-Feb Ottawa 75 61 W 19-Feb Laurentian 65 71 L 20-Feb Queen’s 84 45 W 4-Mar Brock 77 46 W 5-Mar Western 81 56 W 6-Mar Laurentian 61 34 W 11-Mar UNB 77 44 W 12-Mar Laurentian 69 60 W 13-Mar Winnipeg 76 90 L 1994-95 7-Jan Laurentian 54 72 L 13-Jan Ryerson 75 35 W 17-Jan York 75 55 W 21-Jan Laurentian 75 77 L 27-Jan York 80 58 W 29-Jan Queen’s 83 55 W 3-Feb Ottawa 81 63 W 4-Feb Carleton 81 57 W 11-Feb Queen’s 78 50 W 14-Feb Ryerson 87 56 W 18-Feb Ottawa 65 50 W 19-Feb Carleton 87 53 W 24-Feb Brock 73 44 W 25-Feb Western 80 66 W 26-Feb Laurentian 60 64 L 10-Mar Victoria 72 51 W 11-Mar Winnipeg 75 79 L 12-Mar Laurentian 47 76 L

OW-PO OW-PO OW-PO CIS CIS CIS

OW-PO OW-PO OW-PO CIS CIS CIS

1995-96 5-Jan Ottawa 81 65 W 6-Jan Carleton 90 36 W 14-Jan Laurentian 79 89 L 19-Jan Carleton 92 45 W 20-Jan Ottawa 68 52 W 23-Jan Ryerson 75 45 W 26-Jan York 70 77 L 28-Jan Queen’s 82 70 W 3-Feb Ryerson 94 44 W 4-Feb Queen’s 69 54 W 10-Feb York 100 73 W 18-Feb Laurentian 83 68 W 23-Feb Laurier 83 64 W OW-PO 24-Feb York 84 68 W OW-PO 25-Feb Western 92 70 W OW-Ch Laval 89 69 W CIS McGill 71 68 W CIS Manitoba 77 81 L (OT) CIS-Ch

1996-97 15-Nov McGill 69 80 L 16-Nov Concordia 83 63 W 23-Nov York 82 62 W 28-Nov Queen’s 96 72 W 30-Nov Ryerson 74 64 W 5-Jan Queen’s 68 43 W 11-Jan Bishop’s 78 48 W 12-Jan Laval 76 68 W 17-Jan Laurentian 71 72 L 24-Jan Carleton 76 31 W 25-Jan Ottawa 78 64 W 31-Jan Concordia 71 60 W 1-Feb McGill 63 60 W 7-Feb York 73 52 W 9-Feb Ryerson 70 46 W 14-Feb Laval 62 47 W 15-Feb Bishop’s 74 64 W 22-Feb Laurentian 80 64 W 1-Mar Ottawa 65 59 W 2-Mar Carleton 83 46 W 7-Mar Guelph 76 59 W 8-Mar Laurentian 77 65 W 9-Mar York 61 56 W 14-Mar Lakehead 73 59 W 15-Mar York 60 64 L 16-Mar Western 69 83 L

OW-PO OW-PO OW-PO CIS CIS CIS

1997-98 14-Nov McGill 65 52 W 15-Nov Concordia 57 60 L 21-Nov York 65 43 W 23-Nov Laurentian 61 76 L 28-Nov Bishop’s 78 58 W 29-Nov Laval 77 76 W (OT) 10-Jan Ryerson 91 71 W 17-Jan Queen’s 68 64 W 23-Jan Ottawa 74 49 W 24-Jan Carleton 94 39 W 30-Jan Concordia 82 70 W 31-Jan McGill 71 57 W 7-Feb York 82 58 W 7-Feb Laurentian 67 48 W 13-Feb Laval 62 55 W 14-Feb Bishop’s 74 51 W 21-Feb Queen’s 59 66 L 22-Feb Ryerson 85 56 W 27-Feb Ottawa 70 54 W 28-Feb Carleton 75 31 W 6-Mar McMaster 91 56 W 7-Mar Western 64 73 L 8-Mar Queen’s 61 69 L

OU-PO OU-PO OU-PO

1998-99 13-Nov Queen’s 65 68 L 15-Nov Ryerson 77 80 L 20-Nov Ottawa 68 53 W 22-Nov Carleton 60 39 W 27-Nov Bishop’s 74 49 W 29-Nov Laval 70 62 W 9-Jan Queen’s 79 77 W 16-Jan Laurentian 76 62 W 19-Jan York 75 59 W

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22-Jan Concordia 56 60 L 24-Jan McGill 79 78 W (OT) 31-Jan Ryerson 94 52 W 5-Feb Ottawa 60 53 W 7-Feb Carleton 84 44 W 12-Feb Bishop’s 67 54 W 14-Feb Laval 49 78 L 19-Feb Laurentian 74 84 L 23-Feb York 74 61 W 26-Feb Concordia 70 57 W 28-Feb McGill 86 56 W 3-Mar Queen’s 86 71 W 4-Mar Laurentian 55 63 L 1999-2000 12-Nov Laval 74 66 W 13-Nov Bishop’s 68 65 W 19-Nov Carleton 77 59 W 20-Nov Ottawa 51 39 W 27-Nov Laurentian 74 81 L 30-Nov York 69 60 W 9-Jan York 72 56 W 14-Jan Ryerson 72 57 W 15-Jan Queen’s 71 64 W 21-Jan Concordia 68 56 W 22-Jan McGill 75 58 W 30-Jan Laurentian 60 74 L 4-Feb Carleton 57 52 W 5-Feb Ottawa 75 66 W 11-Feb Bishop’s 67 46 W 12-Feb Laval 56 71 L 18-Feb Queen’s 84 64 W 19-Feb Ryerson 68 56 W 24-Feb Concordia 52 74 L 25-Feb McGill 79 74 W 2-Mar Queen’s 74 54 W 3-Mar Laurentian 39 64 L 2000-01 10-Nov Laurentian 79 85 L 12-Nov York 76 51 W 17-Nov Laval 58 75 L 18-Nov Bishop’s 74 54 W 24-Nov Queen’s 70 72 L 30-Nov Ryerson 68 54 W 12-Jan McGill 78 76 W 13-Jan Concordia 65 56 W 19-Jan Ottawa 65 52 W 20-Jan Carleton 68 54 W 26-Jan York 81 73 W 27-Jan Laurentian 72 51 W 2-Feb Bishop’s 66 60 W 3-Feb Laval 76 90 L 9-Feb Queen’s 69 59 W 11-Feb Ryerson 76 50 W 17-Feb McGill 81 64 W 18-Feb Concordia 67 71 L 23-Feb Carleton 51 40 W 24-Feb Ottawa 101 63 W 1-Mar Queen’s 72 89 L

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OU-PO OU-PO

OU-PO OU-PO

OU-PO

2001-02 9-Nov Waterloo 75 59 W 10-Nov Laurier 77 72 W 16-Nov Brock 40 65 L 17-Nov Guelph 67 42 W 23-Nov Ryerson 65 66 L 30-Nov Carleton 75 49 W 1-Dec Ottawa 67 44 W 6-Jan Queen’s 66 62 W 11-Jan Laurentian 70 73 L 12-Jan York 78 72 W 18-Jan Ryerson 78 58 W 25-Jan McMaster 63 77 L 26-Jan Lakehead 85 74 W 1-Feb Ottawa 62 44 W 2-Feb Carleton 83 65 W 8-Feb Windsor 71 44 W 9-Feb Western 77 66 W 16-Feb Laurentian 79 75 W 17-Feb York 82 58 W 22-Feb Queen’s 88 78 W 28-Feb Queen’s 75 69 W 1-Mar Ryerson 60 45 W 3-Mar Brock 69 66 W n/a Regina 72 89 L n/a Brock 67 75 L

OU-PO OU-PO OU-PO CIS CIS

2002-03 8-Nov Lakehead 89 51 W 9-Nov McMaster 60 72 L 15-Nov Windsor 68 42 W 16-Nov Western 67 84 L 22-Nov Queen’s 49 67 L 29-Nov Ottawa 63 72 L 30-Nov Carleton 64 51 W 4-Jan Ryerson 78 73 W 10-Jan Brock 56 61 L 11-Jan Guelph 78 59 W 17-Jan Laurier 73 83 L 18-Jan Waterloo 82 74 W 24-Jan York 58 69 L 25-Jan Laurentian 64 76 L 31-Jan Queen’s 40 64 L 7-Feb Ottawa 80 51 W 8-Feb Carleton 69 53 W 14-Feb Laurentian 59 71 L 15-Feb York 56 54 W 21-Feb Ryerson 68 67 W 2003-04 7-Nov McMaster 57 47 W 8-Nov Lakehead 69 57 W 14-Nov Laurier 78 71 W 15-Nov Waterloo 74 51 W 21-Nov Queen’s 73 60 W 22-Nov RMC 80 38 W 28-Nov Ottawa 62 72 L 29-Nov Carleton 76 41 W 9-Jan Brock 79 77 W 10-Jan Guelph 75 54 W 16-Jan Windsor 75 61 W 17-Jan Western 58 66 L 23-Jan York 74 68 W

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24-Jan Laurentian 74 52 W 30-Jan Queen’s 59 42 W 31-Jan RMC 103 22 W 6-Feb Ottawa 62 78 L 7-Feb Carleton 66 56 W 13-Feb Laurentian 63 69 L 14-Feb York 56 64 L 20-Feb Ryerson 65 55 W 21-Feb Ryerson 66 36 W 27-Feb Ottawa 55 62 L 2004-05 5-Nov RMC 80 40 W 6-Nov Queen’s 62 63 L 12-Nov Western 45 51 L 13-Nov Windsor 72 46 W 19-Nov Guelph 53 45 W 20-Nov Brock 66 51 W 26-Nov York 56 61 L 27-Nov Laurentian 70 79 L 2-Dec Ryerson 64 57 W 4-Dec Ryerson 68 65 W 7-Jan Lakehead 67 38 W 9-Jan McMaster 92 82 W 14-Jan Waterloo 69 57 W 15-Jan Laurier 59 66 L 21-Jan Carleton 67 45 W 22-Jan Ottawa 58 52 W 28-Jan Laurentian 76 47 W 29-Jan York 63 52 W 4-Feb RMC 79 29 W 5-Feb Queen’s 62 60 W 11-Feb Carleton 63 42 W 12-Feb Ottawa 53 62 L 19-Feb Laurentian 58 70 L 2005-06 4-Nov Ryerson 73 55 W 11-Nov Windsor 77 63 W 12-Nov Western 63 54 W 18-Nov Brock 63 75 L 19-Nov Guelph 54 68 L 25-Nov York 56 89 L 26-Nov Laurentian 68 78 L 2-Dec Queen’s 54 46 W 3-Dec RMC 105 58 W 5-Jan Laurier 84 89 L 8-Jan Waterloo 62 35 W 13-Jan McMaster 62 72 L 14-Jan Lakehead 81 65 W 20-Jan Laurentian 83 60 W 21-Jan York 59 75 L 27-Jan Ottawa 57 49 W 28-Jan Carleton 64 68 L 3-Feb RMC 73 33 W 4-Feb Queen’s 68 53 W 10-Feb Ottawa 57 55 W 11-Feb Carleton 66 58 W 15-Feb Ryerson 68 54 W 22-Feb Queen’s 54 52 W 25-Feb York 60 67 L

OU-PO

OU q

OU q OU s

2006-07 4-Nov Ryerson 79 39 W 10-Nov Lakehead 73 56 W 11-Nov McMaster 69 85 L 17-Nov Western 69 79 L 18-Nov Windsor 85 72 W 24-Nov Brock 72 77 L 25-Nov Guelph 55 71 L 1-Dec Waterloo 64 70 L 3-Dec Laurier 74 71 W 5-Jan Carleton 67 47 W 6-Jan Ottawa 72 39 W 12-Jan RMC 75 37 W 13-Jan Queen’s 73 59 W 19-Jan Laurentian 73 81 L 20-Jan York 65 83 L 26-Jan Queen’s 55 60 L 27-Jan RMC 92 42 W 2-Feb Ottawa 52 61 L 3-Feb Carleton 78 61 W 9-Feb York 76 80 L 10-Feb Laurentian 72 69 W 14-Feb Ryerson 74 52 W 18-Feb Ottawa 73 32 W 21-Feb York 54 64 L 2007-08 2-Nov Ryerson 73 46 W 6-Nov Ryerson 86 67 W 9-Nov Waterloo 75 51 W 10-Nov Laurier 78 69 W 16-Nov Lakehead 74 65 W 17-Nov McMaster 58 66 L 23-Nov Guelph 67 54 W 24-Nov Brock 91 97 L 30-Nov Western 75 85 L 1-Dec Windsor 73 65 W 4-Jan Queen’s 74 65 W 5-Jan RMC 80 44 W 11-Jan Carleton 55 39 W 12-Jan Ottawa 89 48 W 18-Jan RMC 67 25 W 19-Jan Queen’s 71 56 W 25-Jan Laurentian 79 74 W 26-Jan York 70 73 L 1-Feb Carleton 71 69 W 2-Feb Ottawa 77 52 W 8-Feb York 79 68 W 9-Feb Laurentian 70 69 W 20-Feb Carleton 64 61 W 24-Feb York 99 91 W 1-Mar McMaster 59 69 L 7-Mar UBC 59 74 L 8-Mar Saskatchewan 70 74 L

OU PO OU q

OT

OU q OU s OU f CIS p CIS p

2008-09 31-Oct Ryerson 65 72 L 1-Nov Ryerson 40 74 W 7-Nov McMaster 68 65 W 8-Nov Lakehead 90 76 W 14-Nov Windsor 55 87 L 15-Nov Western 55 72 L 21-Nov Laurier 63 71 L

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22-Nov Waterloo 69 68 W 28-Nov Brock 65 84 L 29-Nov Guelph 83 73 W 9-Jan Carleton 64 57 W 10-Jan Ottawa 61 50 W 16-Jan Queen’s 75 71 W 17-Jan RMC 82 51 W 23-Jan Laurentian 69 60 W 24-Jan York 74 67 W 30-Jan RMC 78 51 W 31-Jan Queen’s 58 51 W 6-Feb Ottawa 67 61 W 7-Feb Carleton 74 71 W 13-Feb York 60 51 W 14-Feb Laurentian 66 63 W 21-Feb Ryerson 78 69 W 25-Feb Ottawa 55 68 L 2009-10 30-Oct Ryerson 64 73 L 31-Oct Ryerson 74 57 W 6-Nov Laurier 66 55 W 7-Nov Waterloo 77 39 W 20-Nov Brock 45 72 L 21-Nov Guelph 68 60 W 27-Nov Windsor 64 71 L 28-Nov Western 67 84 L 2-Dec McMaster 71 83 L 3-Dec Lakehead 65 69 L 8-Jan Queen’s 50 68 L 9-Jan RMC 65 33 W 15-Jan Ottawa 61 54 W 16-Jan Carleton 58 64 L 22-Jan Laurentian 49 52 L 23-Jan York 67 53 W 29-Jan Carleton 55 73 L 30-Jan Ottawa 57 69 L 5-Feb RMC 73 44 W 6-Feb Queen’s 70 61 W 12-Feb York 69 66 W 13-Feb Laurentian 77 64 W 17-Feb Queen’s 62 54 W 20-Feb Carleton 46 68 L 2010-11 30-Oct Ryerson 74 51 W 5-Nov Lakehead 74 53 W 6-Nov McMaster 53 51 W 12-Nov Windsor 66 61 W 13-Nov Western 43 90 L 19-Nov Brock 67 74 L 20-Nov Guelph 80 65 W 26-Nov Waterloo 81 45 W 27-Nov Laurier 60 52 W 7-Jan Ottawa 56 57 L 8-Jan Carleton 51 52 L 14-Jan York 87 54 W 15-Jan Laurentian 94 63 W 21-Jan RMC 64 30 W 22-Jan Queen’s 82 48 W 28-Jan York 70 59 W 29-Jan Laurentian 66 53 W 4-Feb Queen’s 68 46 W

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5-Feb 11-Feb 12-Feb 18-Feb 26-Feb 27-Feb 5-Mar 11-Mar 12-Mar 18-Mar 19-Mar 20-Mar

OU q OU s

OUA PO OUA q

RMC Carleton Ottawa Ryerson Ryerson Carleton Laurier Fraser Valley Western Cape Breton Laval Laurier

88 54 64 71 53 47 62 78 65 49 82 57

45 49 53 65 41 50 54 69 57 58 79 64

W W W W W OU q L OU s W OU Brze W CIS Regional SF W CIS Regional F L CIS q W CIS cons SF L CIS cons F

2011-12 11-Nov Waterloo 84 40 W 12-Nov Laurier 75 66 W 18-Nov Lakehead 61 64 L 19-Nov Guelph 64 56 W 25-Nov Western 71 67 W 26-Nov Windsor 81 80 W 2-Dec McMaster 72 81 L 3-Dec Brock 69 79 L 6-Jan RMC 76 40 W 7-Jan Queen’s 73 63 W 13-Jan Ottawa 56 69 L 14-Jan Carleton 67 71 L 18-Jan Ryerson 87 56 W 20-Jan Laurentian 68 49 W 21-Jan York 77 64 W 27-Jan Queen’s 85 61 W 28-Jan RMC 87 39 W 3-Feb Ryerson 65 66 L 10-Feb Laurentian 69 51 W 11-Feb York 58 27 W 17-Feb Carelton 45 66 L 18-Feb Ottawa 58 74 L 22-Feb York 64 37 W OU PO 25-Feb Carleton 62 84 L OU q 2012-13 9-Nov Guelph 55 50 W 10-Nov Lakehead 63 53 W 16-Nov Laurier 58 54 W 17-Nov Waterloo 55 52 W 23-Nov Western 56 73 L 24-Nov Windsor 54 85 L 30-Nov McMaster 56 64 L 1-Dec Brock 54 68 L 5-Jan Queen’s 62 57 W 11-Jan Carleton 44 48 L 12-Jan Ottawa 57 65 L 18-Jan York 71 85 L 19-Jan Laurentian 66 62 W 26-Jan Queen’s 60 55 W 1-Feb Laurentian 69 54 W 2-Feb York 66 65 W 8-Feb Ottawa 61 72 L 9-Feb Carleton 63 56 W 15-Feb Ryerson 63 78 L 16-Feb Ryerson 61 65 L 20-Feb York 88 52 W OU PO 23-Feb Carleton 47 71 L OU QF

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