Sunday, 17 February 2008

QSSF and AUS action

UPEI 84, UNB 69 The Panthers officially clinched the final spot at the AUS tournament, outscoring the Varsity Reds by 16 in the fourth quarter and getting 26 points, 9 rebounds from 6'3" Andrew Black. UPEI will meet the third place finisher in the AUS in one of two first round games at the Halifax Metro Center in two weeks in Halifax. from UPEI Basketball blog

Laval 83, Bishop's 75 Before a sell-out crowd that included about 150 fans dressed in purple from Bishop's, 6'3" J.F. Beaulieu-Mahieux again was the story, scoring 16 of his team-high 29 points in the second half, one night after going 10-13 from 3 and scoring 41 points, as Laval held off a valiant Bishop's team. 6'2" Junior Nicolas was tremendous for the Gaiter with 36 points on 6-11 3's and allowed the Gaiters to lead by as many as 7 late in the second quarter. Laval then grabbed a 12 point lead midway through the third quarter but the Gaiters had another run left in them as 6'5" Doug McCooeye knocked in consecutive 3's to bring Bishop's back. But 6'7" J.P. Morin had another monster 23 point/18 rebound effort and Laval continued their league winning streak, earning their 13 consecutive QSSF victory at home on Senior's Night in Ste. Foy.

Acadia 113, Memorial 44 The Axemen led 35-3 after one quarter and 63-13 at halftime in routing the Seahawks in St. John's.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Acadia destroyed MUIN again Sunday, this time it was 120-51, including a 30-4 3rd quarter.
That's a combined score of 233-95 in two games at home.
We may have here a CIS team that RMC could actually beat.
Seriously,this is absolutely pathetic.
Why Todd Aughey is still coaching this team is a complete mystery to me.
Didn't Santil quit because of him?
Can anyone blame him?
He must be laughing his guts out now playing for Acadia.
If Aughey keeps his job after a season like this there's no hope for this program.