Sydney, NS – The number one seed Carleton Ravens women’s basketball team defeated the Saint Mary’s University (SMU) in the U SPORTS Final 8 semi-final 65-46. Carleton led wire-to-wire on route to their first 5-46 victory behind a gruelling defence that forced SMU to shoot 21 per cent from the field and 13 percent from three. It was evident that the east coast crowd was … Continue reading Ravens take off with victory to set rematch with Gaels in Gold Medal Game
Hamilton, ON- With this year’s U SPORTS women’s basketball Final 8 field set, one thing stands out from last year: the different teams. Three of the four semi-finalists from 2022 are gone. The only teams returning from last year’s nationals are Queen’s and Acadia. Also, five of the eight teams have never won a national championship and among the three who have (Carleton, Alberta, Calgary), only … Continue reading U SPORTS WBB Final 8 Preview: Winds of Change Blowing in Sydney?
Hamilton, ON- Almost all the teams had been determined already by the end of Saturday night for the men’s and women’s basketball U SPORTS Final 8 tournaments. Now, we know the seeding and matchups. On the women’s side, the OUA champion Carleton Ravens earn the number one seed. The last time the Ravens were the one seed, they won the national title in 2018. They face … Continue reading U SPORTS Final 8 At-Large berths and Seeding Announced
HALIFAX, NS – The SMU Huskies women’s basketball team are AUS champions for the first time since 2016, defeating the defending champion Acadia University Axewomen 68-56 at the Scotiabank Centre Sunday afternoon. Alaina McMillan put her shooting on full display, hitting four 3-pointers and finishing with 20 points as she captured the AUS title. The tournament MVP said the moment was surreal. “She’s a super … Continue reading SMU wins AUS title for first time since 2016
U SPORTS football player, Peter Kourtis is making the most of a year without the sport he loves. Continue reading What Happens Now? A U SPORTS Football player after Cancellation
Halifax, N.S.- Triple overtime is starting to become a trend for all the hockey teams heading to the U Sports men’s hockey championship. The Guelph Gryphons clinched their spot with a triple OT win over the Ottawa Gee-Gees on Saturday night, and the Saint Mary’s University Huskies punched their ticket with a triple-overtime win against the Université de Moncton Aigles Bleus. The two teams will … Continue reading U Sports MHKY: U Cup Team Profiles, All You Need to Know About the SMU Huskies