Windsor leads Laurier by 30 late in the game. The Lancers make a statement that decides the top 2 teams in the OUA East. Laurier is in a late-season slump as Windsor clinches a first-round playoff bye.
Carleton 100, Ryerson 62 The Ravens put on another offensive and defensive clinic, taking a 22 point halftime lead and building leads as large as 40 to route the Rams. 6'6" Tyson Hinz had 14 of his team-high 18 points in the first half as the Ravens once again used their newest defensive wrinkle, half court trapping to disrupt the Rams and create turnovers. The Ravens remain undefeated and Ryerson is likely to finish 4th after Ottawa's defeat of the U of T Varsity Blues across town tonight.
Ottawa 94, Toronto 71 6'6" Warren Ward was literally unstoppable with 41 points on 16 for 18 shooting and a perfect 5 for 5 from three point land, adding 10 rebounds as the Gee-Gees clinched third place in the East with a solid win over a listless Varsity Blues group. Ward had 21 first-half points as the Gee-Gees used a 15-0 run late in the first quarter to build leads as large as 20 points. The Blues had one run in them midway through the third as 6'0" Justin Holmes had 10 points in a 15-0 Toronto run that got the game back to within 6 at 58-52. But Ward imposed his will again, scoring 10 points in a 12-0 run that included a pair of threes and a resounding dunk that quickly got the lead back to 20. Ward had 16 points in the fourth quarter in one of the strongest individual performances of the OUA/CIS season.
York 122, RMC 44
Lakehead leads Brock 55-36 late in the third quarter; Badgers Joel Whitty was released from hospital after being injured last night and appears to be ok but is not in tonight's lineup for Brock.