Sunday, 25 February 2007

Stories from Saturday Night + Sunday's Games

For a complete look at last night's action, click here

Neate Sager's blog Out of Left Field has a tremendous Ottawa vs. Toronto game report Gee-Gees Narrow Escape Sets up Round 3 vs. Ravens . As well, follow the entire game start to finish with Neate's Live Blog Varsity Blues vs. Gee-Gees

Wayne Kondro's article from the Ottawa Citizen on Carleton's win that eliminated the York Lions (subscription needed) Ravens Roll into Basketball Final

Dave Larkins article on Brandon's sweep of Regina from the Brandon Sun (subscription required) Bobcats Leave No Doubt

Alberta over Saskatchewan (Series Tied at 1) The Bears rebound as Jonathan Huntington from Sun Media reports in this morning's Edmonton Sun Bears Bounce Back from Brutal Friday to Defeat Huskies Also, Edmonton Journal reports on Alberta's Game Two victory over Saskatchewan, forcing a Game Three in their series this afternoon in Edmonton Bears Put Huskies Back in the Dog House Finally, game reports from the U of A web site Bears Get Turnaround Win

Morris Dalla Costa from the London Free Press reports on Western's tough loss at Guelph yesterday eliminating the young Mustangs Young Mustangs Take Lesson From Basketball Loss

Dan Stinson of the Vancouver Sun published an article on the recruiting prowess of UBC's Head Coach Kevin Hansen Scout's honour

AUS NOTE: Yesterday's MUN at St. FX game was postponed until Monday and today's game will be played this evening instead of this afternoon after the Seahawks were stranded in St. John's due to a winter storm in Newfoundland. The Seahawks will arrive in Antigonish today and will face an X-Men squad fighting injuries to starting point guard Christian "T-Bear" Upshaw and emerging supersub Dave Joyce, both of whom injured their ankles during last Saturday afternoon's victory at home against Acadia.


5 PM Eastern/3 PM Local Saskatchewan at Alberta (Game 3 Best-of-3 Final tied at 1-1) CJSR Alberta Campus Radio Audio Play-by-Play

2 PM Eastern/3PM Atlantic Acadia (12-6, 34 pts) at UPEI (8-11, 30 pts) The Panthers are likely to finish 4th and cannot catch Acadia, which has temporary hold of second place. The Axemen must win to maintain their quest for second place.
3 PM Eastern/4PM Atlantic Cape Breton (15-3, 44 pts) at Saint Mary's (9-9, 24 pts) 4 POINTS Fresh off their AUS regular season title-clinching effort yesterday at Dal, the Capers will face a Huskies squad that is locked into fifth place in the conference. St. Mary's will likely meet UPEI in the first round of the AUS tournament at the Halifax Metro Center in two weeks.
7 PM Eastern/8PM Atlantic Memorial (5-13, 10 pts) at StFX (11-6, 32 pts) 4 POINTS The X-Men need a pair of wins in two four point games against MUN to put themselves into position to finish second. X-Men Web Cast Network

3:00 pm Concordia (14-1) at Laval (9-6) The top two teams in the "Q" face off in the season finale at Laval. These teams have captured the top 2 seeds in the conference and will host playoff games next weekend as the Stingers will entertain UQAM and Laval will host McGill.

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