Tuesday, 8 May 2007

In the News

Congratulations to Cape Breton's Kerwin Liverpool (pictured left), who will graduate this weekend and will be validictorian for his graduating class. Kerwin made the trek out east from Toronto a few years ago with a view of combining his basketball talents with academics and comes out of Cape Breton University with degree: bachelor of arts in community studies with a major in communication and has been chosen to represent his student body at the commencement ceremonies. Well done, Kerwin! Grad Tidings for CBU this weekend

An interesting piece from the Toronto Sun on a fledgling webcasting operation with an apparent bias toward amateur sports The Voice inside the box

An article from the Niagara Gazette from Niagara Falls, NY on the growing popularity of basketball in Canada, especially in Toronto Game Grows in Toronto

Official announcement from Lethbridge on a pair of Ontario recruits Horns get Ontario pair

A nice article about Laurie Burgess, founder of the very successfully Regina Cougars women's breakfast fundraising event, celebrating its 10th anniversary Founders of program will be honoured

A short note appeared in this morning's Ottawa Sun announcing Taffe Charles as Carleton's women's head coach Taffe Charles named head coach of Carleton women

Finally, Carleton has unveiled a new web site for Ravens teams called "Go Ravens"; the link for the men's basketball portion of the site can be found by clicking here

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