Friday, 21 January 2011

Rest of OUA East action

Ryerson 89, Queen's 50  The Rams broke open a reasonably tight game with a late third quarter run, then scored the first 9 points of the fourth, finishing the game on 17-3 run (33-6 in the fourth quarter) to hammer the visiting Gaels, putting Queen's playoff hopes in peril.  6'1" Jahmal Jones had a nice game with 25 points including 10 in the fourth quarter for Rye while 6'5" Luke Staniscia had a solid 4th quarter, especially during the early pull away run, finishing with 19.  Queen's scored only 14 points in the second half.

Carleton 111, Laurentian 63  6'5" Tyson Hinz led six Ravens in double figures with 18 points as Carleton dominated the Voyageurs at the Raven's Nest to remain undefeated.  Laurentian's loss drops the Vees to 4th place, one game behind York and just 1/2 game ahead of Ottawa and Ryerson.  Laurentian faces the Gee-Gees tomorrow night at Montpetit Hall.

Toronto 117, RMC 44

In the Ottawa game, Warren Ward led all scorers with 23 points on 9-22 shooting while 6'10" Stefan Haynes continues to shine in the second half of his fifth and final season with 22 points/6 rebounds, leading York's come-from-behind win.

OUA East Standings
Carleton 13-0
Toronto 9-4
York 7-7
Laurentian 6-8
Ottawa 5-8
Ryerson 5-8
Queen's 2-12
RMC 0-14


prizby said...

24-14 fouls in LU game...Carleton probably would have won the game, but from what I watched, there seemed to be a sheer bias towards favouring Carleton...

Anonymous said...

"Carleton probably would have won the game"...LOL, ya think?
Do you honestly believe the foul count ultimately made a difference?
LU took more fouls than Carleton because the Ravens are a quicker, deeper more athletic team than the Voyageurs.
Shaavan Sheldon covering Tyson Hinz was a total mismatch. Hinz owned the dude all night.
Are you one of those guys who think a well reffed game is one where both teams get an equal amount of fouls?
That's a crock of BS.
Look, Carleton won by 48 points, right?
They did it by dominating virtually all facets of the game.
28-15 in rebounds.
13-4 in steals.
5-1 in blocked shots
LU 15 turnovers...Carleton 7
So why are you so surprised the foul count was 24-14 in favour of Carleton?
The Ravens were all over the Voyageurs from the opening tip.
You know, there's a reason Carleton is 14-0 (21-0) and LU is 6-9 (6-17 overall actually)
It's called mo' betta playahs,,,has nothing to do with ref bias.