Men’s hockey loses fourth straight game

The Carleton Ravens men’s hockey team continued a four game losing streak this weekend as they lost games to both the York Lions and the Ryerson Rams. During the York game, the Ravens were able to hold the lead for most of the game, before a late equalizer sent the game to overtime and then a shootout where the Lions won 3-2. Carleton gained the early lead as Evan De Haan fired the puck past York goalie Alex Fotinos, putting the Ravens up 1-0. Travis Douglas would net another goal for the Ravens, when his shot off the post brought the lead up to 2-0. The Ravens imposed their will physically on the York Lions and used speed in the […]

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Ejim, Kazami-Keane say they don’t regret being Ravens

It was March 15, 2015, and the Carleton Ravens men’s basketball team have just won its fifth straight Canadian Interuniversity Sports (CIS) (now U SPORTS) championship. The victory was in large part from the efforts of Philip and Thomas Scrubb, Victor Raso, and Jean Emmanuel Pierre-Charles. Although they basked in the lopsided victory over the crosstown rival University of Ottawa (U of O) Gee-Gees, some serious questions lay on the horizon. Both Scrubb brothers along with Raso were graduating, leaving three large holes in the lineup. The team still looked to have a lot of depth with sharpshooting guards Connor Wood and Gavin Resch, but lacked a starting point guard. A greater surprise came in the summer of 2015 when […]

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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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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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Sports Blog: OUA men’s hockey playoff predictions

The Ontario University Athletics (OUA) men’s hockey playoffs are upon us and that means I am putting out my first round Queen’s Cup predictions. Apologies to the West, but the East is the best division. A team has come out of the East to win the Queen’s Cup a whopping seven times in the last 10 seasons. That is what I call dominance. OUA East 1. McGill Redmen vs. 8. Laurentian Voyageurs This will be a tight series especially for a first place versus eighth place match-up. Game one finished 2-1 for McGill in overtime. McGill has a strong goalie tandem of Louis-Philip Guindon and Jacob Gervais-Chouinard. In the first game between the two teams the Redmen smashed Laurentian 6-2 back in November. […]

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