CEBL: Pandi wins U SPORTS Player of the Year as star continues to rise

Lloyd Pandi of the Carleton Ravens wins the CEBL U SPORTS Player of the Year award after big performance with the Ottawa BlackJacks. Continue reading CEBL: Pandi wins U SPORTS Player of the Year as star continues to rise

U Sports MHKY: RMC’s Band of Brothers are ready for the 2020 Queen’s Cup Playoffs

Kingston, ON- You only get one shot to make a first impression. For the RMC Paladins, they are getting that shot as they take on the OUA Playoffs for the first time since 2006. But they are not the normal “first-timers” as the school is far different than any other in Canada. The Paladins have not made an appearance in the playoffs since the re-brand … Continue reading U Sports MHKY: RMC’s Band of Brothers are ready for the 2020 Queen’s Cup Playoffs

U Sports Basketball: Carleton continues to make its mark on the CEBL

U Sports is once again making its mark on the professional sports scene.  With the Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL) entering its second season of action, it has introduced a new team in Ottawa. The Blackjacks will represent the capital city and have not turned their head away from the talents which reside in their own backyard.  In December it was announced that the general … Continue reading U Sports Basketball: Carleton continues to make its mark on the CEBL

OUA Women’s Basketball: Weekend Recap

Six games took place in OUA women’s basketball this weekend. Here are some highlights of each game and a recap of the scores: Ryerson Rams vs. U of T Varisty Blues: The Rams won their fourth game in a row against the Blues on Saturday. They had outstanding defense throughout the game who never gave the Blues a chance to lead. The final score was … Continue reading OUA Women’s Basketball: Weekend Recap

U Sports Soccer: The OUA are bringing the heat to Montreal

Carleton Ravens The Carleton Ravens have had a memorable season already. They captured the OUA title for the first time since 2006, and boast a roster that could legitimately challenge for the national title. While the ravens failed to beat out the york lions in the regular season, the OUA final was a different story. At no point during the final match did the ravens … Continue reading U Sports Soccer: The OUA are bringing the heat to Montreal