Tristan St. Pierre captains soccer team to nationals

The Carleton Ravens men’s soccer team finished off one of the best seasons in Ravens soccer history this year with a sixth place finish at U Sports nationals in Kamloops, B.C. The team consisted of only one fourth year and one fifth year player, with the majority of the team being first-years. The young team found a leader in fourth-year midfielder Tristan St. Pierre. St. Pierre is an Ottawa native who is at Carleton for the sustainable and renewable energy engineering program and was given the position of team captain in the off-season before the start of their nationals campaign. “[The team] made it easy, everyone took up a pretty big leadership role and made my job really just corralling […]

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Men’s and Women’s basketball stay undefeated

The Carleton Ravens men’s basketball team faced off this weekend against the Ryerson Rams and the University of Toronto (U of T) Varsity Blues, defeating both to extend their win streak to 12 games. The first game against the Rams was a rematch of last years Ontario University Athletics (OUA) championship game and the national title game. The Ravens offence came out firing with some early three-pointers and were able to end the first quarter 22-13. The Ravens continued their strong play in the second quarter and were able to hold their lead 42-33 going into halftime. In the third quarter the Rams offence rebounded, with a quick jump shot and three-pointer cutting the lead to 42-38. The Ravens were […]

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Men’s hockey split first two games of 2018

The Carleton Ravens opened up their first two games of 2018 with a win and a loss. The Ravens beat the Royal Military College (RMC) Paladins 4-2 on Jan. 5, and then fell 3-2 to the McGill Redmen the following day. Against RMC, Carleton found the back of the net early, just three minutes in, as Ravens forward Dalen Hedges put the puck past Paladins goaltender Daniel Vautour. Along with the goal, the Ravens’ new addition, C.J. Garcia, picked up his first assist as a Raven. Eleven minutes later, Ravens forward Travis Douglas directed the puck into the back of the net with an assist from Hedges to put the Ravens up by two. The Paladins would eventually get on […]

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Carleton hosts first OUA figure skating competition

The Carleton Ice House stands were packed on Nov. 23, as the Ravens competitive figure skating club hosted the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) Fall Invitational. The competition was the first invitational ever to be hosted at Carleton. Led by head coach Laura Kilpatrick, the Ravens’ program consists of 29 skaters overall, 21 of which are competitive skaters. The Ravens hosted 10 visiting universities from across Ontario at the invitational. “Being able to show where we train and what our department is like here, and also to see the girls on the team act as the representatives for the school [was a proud moment],” Kilpatrick said. The day-long competition consisted of 11 events, a mixture of free-skate and dance-skate events, along with a […]

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Women’s basketball extends winning streak to seven

The Carleton Ravens women’s basketball team won their two games against the Windsor Lancers and the Western Mustangs over the weekend. Their first game against Windsor on Nov. 17 was a dominating win, beating the undefeated Lancers 70-46. The Ravens would host the Western Mustangs the following night, completing another weekend series sweep at home after a 71-48 win. As a result of their win over Windsor, along with Queen’s losing to Wilfrid Laurier on Nov. 18, Carleton now remains the only undefeated team in Ontario University Athletics. The game also marked the fourth game played within seven days for the Ravens basketball squad, a factor that Ravens head coach Taffe Charles said he believes had a crucial impact on […]

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