Saturday, 15 March 2008

Article Links

Wayne Kondro's numerous articles on last night's games One down for the Ravens plus Underdogs have their day Also the Citizen provides a Photo Gallery from Day One

Chris Stevenson's piece in the Ottawa Sun Ravens take first step Also, Neate Sager of the Ottawa Sun highlights the heroics of an unlikely freshman contributor Barbeau takes center court

Neate Sager's game summaries Axemen chop down Laval and Brock stuns T-Birds

Michael Grange of the Globe and Mail UBC suffers first round let down. Meanwhile, another piece on Carleton No First round let down and Western Mustangs unlikely run continues plus pre-tournament pieces from his blog

Morris Dalla Costa's report on Western's win over Saint Mary's Also a note on 6'9" Colin Laforme Laforme in fine form as Mustangs advance

The Halifax Chronicle-Herald has a story on Day One Acadia advances Plenty of great stuff on the Acadia Axemen blog including game stories, live interviews and observerations

Jim Wallace of the St. Catharines Standard reports on Brock's upset over #2 UBC The Niagara Falls review has a piece entitled That was no upset and a piece on Brock's Scott Murray, who had 18 points yesterday Brock's straight shooter shines Also, Hard Work Pays off for Owen White

Wayne Kondro's piece on the proposal for a 16 team tournament Coaches support proposal to expand

James Mirtle of the Globe and Mail surmizes on Why the CIS doesn't draw the same attention

Edmonton Sun picked up Sun Media's article by Neate Sager on last nigth's Carleton/Alberta game Bears buried

Howard Tsumura of the Vancouver Province with a piece written prior to UBC's loss yesterday

A piece in the Ottawa Citizen Hoop fans descend on Ottawa

The Charlatan is Courtside with the Ravens and the Bears


Simon said...

the basketball canada site has a live blog going too it seems. pretty neat.

Anonymous said...

The seedings were unrealistic....SMU a #3 seed? why?
I recall Guelph beating MAC in the OUA west and getting a #7 seed..then beating #2 UBC..i think the first of the many quarter final losses for UBC.