Sunday, 25 October 2009

Games Today

Here are today's CIS games (all times listed as Eastern time)

11:00 AM: Western vs. Dalhousie (Laval Tournament) Dal lost their first game of the season yesterday to undefeated Calgary and the Mustangs are looking for their first win on the weekend.
NOON: Cape Breton vs. Toronto (Jack Donohue Memorial championship game) The Capers have looked very impressive for the most part in Ottawa with a deep, athletic team and two new Americans. The Blues continue to compete led by their veteran guards Rob Paris and Nick Magalas.
1:00 PM: St. FX at Guelph Steve Konchalski can equal Jerry Hemmings for the all-time lead in CIS men’s basketball coaching wins today against the Gryphs, who put together a strong defensive effort yesterday and got a nice game from veteran Jay Mott.
2:00 PM: Bishop's at Ottawa (Jack Donohue Memorial Third Place game) The Gee-Gees are on a three-game losing streak and come off an emotionally-draining overtime loss to rivals Toronto in a game in which their defense finally started to show signs of returning.
3:00 PM: Calgary at Laval (Laval Tournament) Excellent matchup of two very good teams with the Dinos looking to capture the tournament championship with a victory today.
4:00 PM/1 PM PT: Fraser Valley vs. Alberta (Guy Vetrie Memorial tournament at UVic) UFV looks for their first win of the weekend against CW rival Golden Bears, who stayed with Carleton for about 25 minutes before succumbing.
5:00 PM: Saint Mary's at McMaster The undefeated Marauders look to send the Huskies to their third straight loss in a rare Sunday late afternoon game in Hamilton.
6:00 PM/3 PM PT: Carleton at Victoria (Guy Vetrie Memorial championship game) The Ravens look to capture the Vetrie crown with a win today against the home side which had a very promising performance at home last night against CW Pacific rivals Fraser Valley.

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