Men’s basketball remain undefeated

The Carleton Ravens men’s basketball team extended their undefeated record to 17-0 with road wins against the Queen’s Gaels and York Lions. The Ravens beat Queen’s 93-50 on Feb. 10 before defeating York by a score of 114-50. “Both games were pretty good,” said forward Marcus Anderson following the games. “We started off pretty rough but we came out strong.” The Queen’s game was close halfway through the first quarter, as the home team took a 7-6 when Gaels forward Jesse Graham hit a pair of free throws. The Ravens struggled offensively, as leading scorer Connor Wood was one-for-five from three-point range in the opening quarter. The team was two-for-seven from three-point range and eight-for-23 overall. But they reeled off […]

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Fourteen football players off to CFL combines

Four years ago, the Carleton Ravens football program was revived and signed its first recruiting class—now 14 members of that class will be attending national and regional Canadian Football League (CFL) combines. Carleton is only second to the University of Calgary Dinos, who are sending 18 to the combines. “Training has been going well,” said Ravens wide receiver Nate Behar. “We’ve got a great group of guys going which makes it a lot more fun for sure.” Before the national combine, the CFL will host three regional combines where a select few will be offered the chance to workout at the national combine. The CFL’s combine for the Eastern region will take place on Mar. 10 in Montreal, Que. Scouts and CFL organizations will […]

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Women’s hockey splits games with Stingers

The Carleton Ravens women’s hockey team is still finding ways to win as their regular season nears an end. The Ravens lost to the Concordia Stingers by a score 3-2 on Feb. 10 at Ed Meagher Arena. But two days later, Carleton was able to defeat the Stingers for the first time this season in a 3-1 victory at the Ice House. “We have improved every week, every game,” said Ravens head coach Pierre Alain following the second game against Concordia. “We’re young and we can tell the young team is very promising and I really like the way we have improved this year, and we’ll be ready for our last regular season game.” Seven minutes into the first period […]

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Men’s hockey falls to Queen’s in season finale

In their final regular season game, Carleton Ravens men’s hockey team suffered a 2-1 overtime loss to the Queen’s Gaels. Despite the loss, the Ravens received a boost as Ravens head coach Marty Johnston, along with forwards Corey Durocher, Michael McNamee, Brett Welychka, and Ryan Van Stralen returned from the 2017 Winter Universiade in Almaty, Kazakhstan. “I’ve been away for three weeks and coming back it was very evident that we were playing with good structure,” Johnston said. It was the final regular season game for several Ravens, including McNamee and Durocher, as they’ll be graduating at the end of the academic year. “I thought [McNamee and Durocher] both played well tonight,” Johnston said. “With both of them graduating this year, I think they […]

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Women’s basketball team extends win streak

The Carleton Ravens women’s basketball team extended their win streak to 16 games, as they beat the previously undefeated Queen’s Gaels by a score of 60-52. The following night, they defeated the York Lions by a score of 65-40. The Ravens overcame 25 turnovers to rally over Queen’s, and were lead by guard Catherine Traer, who scored 14 points, four assist, and five rebounds. “We definitely went to Queen’s with a determined mind set, and a bit of a chip on our shoulder, not only because of their undefeated season, but because of our own rivalry that has been going on for the two years I’ve been at Carleton,” Ravens guard Alex Trivieri said after the game. As the two teams headed into […]

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