Men’s hockey extends win streak to six

The Carleton Ravens men’s hockey team extended their winning streak to six games as they beat the University of Ottawa (U of O) Gee-Gees 4-2 on Nov. 10, and then defeated the Queens Gaels 4-1 the following day. The Ravens offence got off to an early start against the U of O, as Ravens forward Ryan Van Stralen fired the puck into the back of the net past Gee-Gee’s goalie Graham Hunt just two minutes into the game. Only seconds later, Ravens forward Fabian Walsh took a pass from teammate Brett Gustavsen and wired the puck past Hunt to take a 2-0 lead. Before the first period could end, Ravens forward Dalen Hedges put a backhand shot through Hunt’s legs, […]

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Women’s hockey wins at home against McGill

The Carleton Ravens women’s hockey beat the visiting McGill Martlets 3-1 on Nov. 10. It was the Ravens’ first game after a long two-week break as both sides traded chances in a scoreless first period. Carleton forward Hannah Dinovitzer hit the post five minutes in while McGill’s Stephanie Desjardins’ shot missed wide in front of the net shortly afterwards. Ravens forward Katia Boulianne was stopped by Martlets goalie Tricia Deguire on a two-on-one break as McGill outshot Carleton 9-6 after the first 20 minutes. The Martlets opened the scoring as defenseman Cassidy Bell’s point shot snuck in past goalie Katelyn Steele through traffic two minutes into the second period. McGill continued peppering Carleton with shots from the blue line but […]

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Ravens men’s soccer places sixth at nationals

After a dominating season at the top of their division, the Carleton Ravens men’s soccer team competed in the U Sports national championship from Nov. 9-12. The team played three games against the Université de Montreal Carabins, University of New Brunswick (UNB) Varsity Reds, and the York Lions. The Ravens ended the tournament losing in the consolation finals against York, the Ontario University Athletics (OUA) champions. Kickoff against the Carabins The first game the Ravens played was against the Carabins, who won their respective conference. The Ravens fought through the snow and cold weather, but were unable to defeat the Carabins, losing 3-1. The Carabins wasted no time getting on the board, when five minutes into the first half, forward […]

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Women’s hockey handed tough loss

The Carleton Ravens women’s hockey team dropped their game against the Concordia Stingers 3-2 on Oct. 27. The Ravens got off to a fast start, scoring on the first shot of the game as Samantha Jones chipped the puck to Carly Wouters who fired it past Stingers goalie Frederike Berger-Lebel two minutes in. However, Concordia carried the play from there as they outshot the Ravens 14-2 in the first period. The Stingers tied it up as forward Lidia Fillion scored in front of the net. The Ravens killed off some penalties as Concordia tested goalie Katelyn Steele with a variety of shots. Steele stopped Marie-Jolie Allard’s shot through traffic and got a piece of Keriann Schofield’s shot from in close. […]

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Men’s basketball sweeps House-Laughton tournament

The Carleton Ravens men’s basketball team won their 17th consecutive House-Laughton tournament, with victories over the Bishop’s Gaiters, the Laval Rouge et Or and the Acadia Axemen from Oct. 13-16 at the Raven’s Nest. The Ravens opened with a 95-59 victory over Bishop’s as Carleton guard Yasiin Joseph led both teams with 20 points and seven assists. The home team got off to an early start as Joseph hit a three-pointer and followed that up by going coast-to-coast after a steal, making the game 15-4 early on. The Carleton team continued to dominate throughout the first, outscoring the Gaiters 28-15. The Ravens played an aggressive game, pressing the Gaiters on both ends of the court. Carleton’s defence forced 27 turnovers, including […]

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