Sunday, 13 January 2008

AUS & QSSF Evening Action Headline Sunday in the CIS

Howard Tsumura recaps UBC's weekend in this morning's Vancouver Province UBC settles for weekend split

In what Vikes coach Craig Beaucamp called "his best game as a Vike", 6'6" Tyler Hass led Victoria to a big home win against Brandon last night and Ron Rauch of the Victoria Times-Colonist has a piece in this morning's paper Vikes overcome Bobcats

Randy Phillips from the Montreal Gazette with a piece on yesterday afternoon's Laval trouncing of the Concordia Stingers Laval Hammers Concordia

Chris Kallan of the Halifax Daily News covers yesterday's AUS action including Cape Breton's big road win at X Capers surge for comeback victory

An article in the Charlatan, Carleton's campus newspaper, touching on the upcoming CIS Nationals in Ottawa in March Nationals just around the corner

Four CIS games on tap today including three in the AUS and a rare Sunday night game in Montreal

AUS (all games Atlantic time)
1:00 pm Memorial (0-9) at UPEI (4-5) After an 89-63 victory last night, the Panthers look to sweep the weekend series from the winless Seahawks Last night's game report from UPEI Basketball blog plus MUN/UPEI Box Score

3:00 pm Acadia (8-1) at UNB (0-10) The Axemen hammered the Varsity Blues yesterday and the two teams tangle again this afternoon at UNB.

5:00 pm Cape Breton (9-1) at Dalhousie (4-5) Dal tries to rebound from yesterday's home loss to St. Mary's while the Capers continue to play very well, yesterday afternoon winning at X in front of a sold-out crowd in Antigonish. Game available on internet radio CKDU Dalhousie

8:00 pm Bishop's (2-3) at McGill (4-3) A rare Sunday night affair at McGill pits a pair of teams both needing wins to stay close to first-place Laval. The teams have met once before in league play this season when the Redmen stormed back from a 14 point halftime deficit to shock the Gaiters with a 12 point win in Lennoxville before the holidays.

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