Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Stuff from the weekend

Lost in the CIS news over the weekend was the two hour delay in the UQAM at Concordia game due to the rim being pulled down by a Citadins dunk during the warm-up.  Concordia's student newspaper, the Link, provides the coverage.

Sluggish Stingers still Perfect

Concordia 68 UQAM 63

After a two-hour delay to tipoff, Concordia’s men’s basketball team overcame some sluggish play and extended their unbeaten streak in conference play to 5-0, beating the Université du Québec à Montréal Citadins 68-63.

Start time was scheduled for 4:00 p.m., but during the warm-ups one UQAM player made a highlight-reel dunk, shattering the backboard at the Loyola Gym. The game got underway after a replacement was installed, but it was easy to see the delay had left the Stingers moving a step slower. They weren’t the only ones, however.


John Decoste in King's County News with Acadia sweeps UNB  plus Turnovers hurt Axemen in loss to Huskies

Langley Times TWU extend win streak to 4 plus Kelowna News Spartans take two from Heat

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