OTTAWA, ON – The Ravens overcame a poor shooting performance to outlast the Western Mustangs and muscle out an 82-61 victory on Saturday night at the Ravens’ Nest. Second-year center Eddie Ekiyor (Ottawa, ON) scored a game-high 20 points on 5-for-7 shooting from the field and 10-of-11 from the free throw line, while also snagging 17 rebounds and swatting aside a shot as well.
OTTAWA, ON – The Ravens persevered through a slow start thanks to an efficient shooting display from beyond the arc that helped Carleton walk away with a 71-48 on Saturday night at the Ravens’ Nest. Fifth-year guard Catherine Traer (Chelsea, QC) paced the Ravens with 11 points, five rebounds and five assists while also wreaking havoc in the passing lines and grabbing six steals and blocking two shots. “I thought a lot of the kids were hanging on a little bit and conserving some energy.
OTTAWA, ON – The Carleton Ravens began their quest for an eighth consecutive U SPORTS national title with a triumphant 96-52 victory over the Guelph Gryphons on Friday night at the Ravens’ Nest. Third-year forward TJ Lall (Cambridge, ON) finished with 16 points, a team-high seven rebounds, two assists and two steals. The Gryphons arrived at the Ravens’ Nest with a 0-2 record and were determined to make a statement early, keeping pace with Carleton in the game’s early moments.
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Selecting a term
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