Saturday, 3 November 2007

Saturday's Canada West Regular Season Games plus X tournament

For Friday's round up of Canada West action, click here As well, be sure to check back periodically for updates throughout the weekend with new links to games added into previous posts (Northern Arizona/Concordia and BYU/Laval links recently added).

9 PM Trinity Western (0-3) at #8 Brandon (1-0) The Bobcats survived at home last night against Simon Fraser while the Spartans are still looking for their first win after a comeback attempt at Regina fell short last night.

9:15 PM Winnipeg (1-0) at Manitoba (0-1) In the second of a home-and-home, the Bisons are expecting possibly their biggest crowd of the season tonight in Winnipeg. The Wesmen came from behind to defeat Manitoba on Thursday night before about 1,700 fans at the Duckworth Center as this great rivalry continues.

10 PM Saskatchewan (0-1) at Thompson Rivers (0-3) The injury-riddled Huskies try to bounce back from their loss at Fraser Valley last night while TRU also is missing two starters including 6'5" All-rookie selection Kamar Burke from their lineup. LISTEN LIVE! Thompson Rivers Web Cast

10 PM Victoria (2-1) at Lethbridge (0-1) The Horns were competitive last night against #4 UBC while the Vikes look to rebound after last night's loss at the buzzer in Calgary.

10 PM #4 UBC (3-0) at Calgary (1-0) In probably the most intriguing matchup of the night in Canada West, the T-Birds face the touted Dinos who came away with a tight win over UVic at home last night. LISTEN LIVE! on UBC Radio

10 PM Simon Fraser (0-3) at Regina (1-0) The big, strong Clan team faces a rejuvanated Cougars group with a solid core of experienced starters.

11 PM #7 Alberta (1-0) at UCFV (3-0) In another big matchup, the undefeated Cascades look to pull off another solid win against the #7 Bears in Abbottsford.

Also, at the St. FX tournament in Antigonish, NS, the championship game features #5 St. Mary's Huskies against their traditional rivals St. Francis Xavier X-Men at 7 PM Eastern. Cape Breton faces UPEI in the consolation game at 5 PM Eastern. Tonight's X/SMU game is available via webcast

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