Carleton football upset by Waterloo at homecoming

The Carleton Ravens football team fell to the Waterloo Warriors 45-43 during the homecoming game on September 16 at MNP Park. The loss marks the Ravens third loss in a row putting them in seventh place in the OUA with a record of 1-3. Waterloo opened up the scoring in the game with an early drive that set up a 40-yard field goal by Waterloo kicker Caleb Girard putting the Warriors up 3-0 early in the game. Changing possession throughout the first quarter the Ravens were able to get on the board after quarterback Michael Arruda connected with receiver Phil Iloki to complete a 57-yard pass. Running back Nathan Carter was able to complete the drive running 11-yards into the […]

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Former men’s hockey captain joins team as assistant coach

The Carleton Ravens men’s hockey team has added a familiar face to the coaching staff as they look ahead to the 2017-18 season. New assistant coach Joey Manley is a former Raven who played for the Ravens from 2009 to 2013 and was captain during his last season at Carleton. While wearing the Ravens jersey, Manley scored 92 points in 83 games landing him in sixth place in Ravens all-time, modern-era scoring. In his final year he was awarded the Jack Vogan Memorial Medal as an outstanding graduating male athlete at Carleton. Born in Ottawa, Manley played for the Ottawa Jr. Senators and Nepean Raiders of the Canadian Junior Hockey League before playing for Carleton. The Charlatan spoke with Manley […]

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Men’s hockey season preview

Oct. 12 will mark the beginning of the Carleton Ravens men’s hockey team’s season, as Carleton will face cross-town rival University of Ottawa at the Ice House. The Ravens will be looking to start the season off strong after a disappointing first round playoff exit at the hands of the Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR) Patriotes. The Ravens have had a busy off-season with the arrival of nine new recruits and the departure of key coaching staff and veteran players. Head coach Marty Johnston left the team to take a job as a member of the American Hockey League’s (AHL) Manitoba Moose coaching staff. Johnston left the team with an impressive record of 129-42-12. Former assistant coach Shaun Van Allen, […]

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Ravens can’t complete comeback against Laurier

After a strong defensive game against McMaster the previous week, the Ravens football team’s offence kicked it into high gear against the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks on Sept. 9. Quarterback Michael Arruda bounced back from a difficult performance, going 27 for 51 with 441 yards of passing. Laurier was the first to strike, jumping out to a 7-0 lead off a big 73-yard pass by quarterback Michael Knevel to receiver Daniel Bennet. A subsequent rush into the end zone put the lead into Laurier’s hands. On the next Carleton drive, the fumble troubles started for Carleton, and the Ravens lost the ball to Laurier. The Golden Hawks then took only five plays before rushing it into the end zone, doubling […]

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Men’s soccer remains undefeated after high scoring weekend

Following a difficult previous week where the Carleton Ravens men’s soccer team tied two top Ontario University Athletics (OUA) teams, the Ravens were able to get back on track, securing two important wins. The first game against the Queen’s Gaels proved to be a challenge for the high-flying Raven’s offence with the Gaels holding them at bay. This changed in late in the first half of the match when Ravens midfielder Emad Houache was able to break free and set up Dante Cobise to blast one into the back of the net. After this a pair of goals by Gabriel Bitar in the 64th minute and Stefan Karajovanovic in the 66th minute put the Ravens up 3-0. Queen’s was able to stand […]

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