Women’s hockey falls to Carabins, Gee-Gees

The Carleton Ravens women’s hockey team’s losing streak was extended to three games following a 2-1 loss to the Université de Montréal (U of M) Carabins on Nov. 18. The Ravens were able to secure a point two days later after a 4-3 shootout loss to the University of Ottawa (U of O) Gee-Gees. “It was another very good game,” Ravens head coach Pierre Alain said of the loss to the Carabins. “We keep closing the gap against these teams, and that’s very good.” “I’m very proud of them,” he said. Following a scoreless first period, Carabins forward Annie Germain broke the stalemate when she scored two minutes into the second period. Despite only trailing by a goal following 40 minutes […]

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Ross, Boulianne leading Ravens rookies on ice

The Carleton Ravens women’s hockey team is in the midst of a youthful resurgence this season. Ten players on the team are making their debut this season, while only four players have more than two seasons of experience. Rookie forward Delaney Ross is tied for the team lead in scoring with five points in six games. “It’s kind of expected of me, I guess,” Ross said of her offensive production. “I expected myself to always push for points, because that’s just the kind of player I am.” Not far behind Ross on the scoring list with four points in six games is rookie forward Katia Boulianne. Boulianne said she didn’t anticipate a strong offensive start to her U Sports career. […]

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Women’s soccer knocked out of OUA playoffs

The Carleton Ravens women’s soccer team was knocked out of the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) playoffs after a 1-0 loss to the Laurentian Voyageurs at the Laurentian University Soccer Field on Oct. 26. “It is always disappointing to lose in the playoffs,” Ravens head coach Fred Juett said in an email. “I think the team put [up] a good battle but unfortunately it was not enough.” The Ravens wrapped up the 16-game regular season with a record of 7-4-5, and finished in fifth place in the OUA East division. Earlier in the season, the Ravens took on the Voyageurs at MNP Park on Sept. 23 and won by a score of 3-1. Later in the season, the two teams played […]

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Number of exhibition games near season total

The Carleton Ravens basketball teams will be well prepared for their season opener at Algoma University in Sault Ste. Marie on Nov. 18. The men’s basketball team will play 19 exhibition games against Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) and National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) opponents before the 19-game regular season gets underway. Meanwhile, the women’s basketball team will play 14 exhibition games before the season begins, along with three more during the Christmas break. Last season, the men’s team played 11 exhibition games, while the women’s team played 16. Ravens women’s basketball head coach Taffe Charles said team coaches arrange exhibition games with each other before the regular season begins. “The better relationships you have with each coach [lead to exhibition […]

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Men’s soccer riding five game win streak

The Carleton Ravens men’s soccer team earned two more victories at MNP Park to extend their win streak to five games. They edged the Laurentian Voyageurs 1-0 on Sept. 23, then thrashed the Nipissing Lakers 5-0 on Sept. 25. “It was a tough game, playing Laurentian always seems to be a battle,” Ravens head coach Kwesi Loney said of the win over Laurentian. “I don’t think we came out with as much energy and as much zeal for the game as we should have.” While the Ravens were unable to score a goal in the first half, they were successful in preventing the Voyageurs from registering a single shot through the first 45 minutes. Five minutes into the second half, […]

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