Wednesday, 12 March 2008

Articles this morning

Neate Sager of Sun Media has the first of hopefully many insightful pieces this week in this morning's Ottawa Sun on the homecoming of a pair of Acadia Axemen Big homecoming for Capital pair

Jim Wallace of the St. Catharines Standard outlines some of coach Ken Murray's thoughts on the Final 8 seedings Seedings bother Brock coach

Alex J. Walling of TSN asks a question on the TSN site that seeks to answer mainly issues not directly associated with the results on the floor Can Carleton do it? also Chris Cochrane of the Halifax Chronicle-Herald offers some thoughts on Halifax's experience in hosting championships

Matt Slan, writing on Canada Basketball's newly launched web site, has a piece on Sunday's OUA play-in game in St. Catharines won by Brock over Ottawa No Rules, No Boundaries

Two solid pieces on the Scrum by Larkins and Sawatzky; Ottawa still laments that neither will be in town this weekend unfortunately Simple Madness and Wild Night

Chad Lucas presents a very comprehensive and well-thought-out argument on the strength of the AUS conference this season on his Posting Up blog.

Dave Feschuk of the Toronto Star highlights that Dave Arsenault Jr., a Canadian-born point guard with NCAA Division III Grinnel (Ia.) College, has been nomninated with 11 other college players for the Bob Cousy Award as the top point guard in the NCAA this season. Arsenault's father, Dave Sr., coached at McMaster and Guelph in the early 80's and is making a name for himself as a D3 coach noted for his pressing, shooting style which aims to get over 90 shots per game up. Offence is the best Offence has a solid piece on graduating high schooler Devoe Joseph from Pickering, who just led his Trojans to the Ontario "AAAA" championship last week before a jam-packed house at York University. Joseph clearly has aspirations of making Canada's Senior National team this summer and trying to help them qualify for the Beijing Olympics Gophers recruit shooting for Beijing

Brock Press has their piece on the Badgers Bronze medal game win against Ottawa

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