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Gee-Gees' Johnny Berhanemeskel named OUA basketball player of the year

Johnny Berhanemeskel of the Ottawa Gee-Gees was named Ontario University Athletics men’s basketball player of the year on Thursday morning.

The fifth-year guard from Ottawa led the conference in scoring with an average of 23.2 points per game as the Gee-Gees went 18-1, and he became the third OUA player to reach 2,000 career regular-season points. 576 more words

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Gee-Gees' Kellie Ring named OUA women's basketball award winner

Kellie Ring of the Ottawa Gee-Gees will be named winner of the Tracy McLeod Award for determination, perseverance and unwavering spirit when Ontario University Athletics handed out its annual women’s basketball honours on Wednesday… 231 more words

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Women’s curling team rocks hard at Universiade and OUAS

Originally published for charlatan.ca 

The rocks were falling into place for the Carleton Ravens women’s curling team this year.

The team has returned from two competitions that took place within the course of one week, the first of those being the Winter Universiade in Granada, Spain. 530 more words

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Gee-Gees trounce Ravens in women's basketball, face Ryerson in quarter-final

If there were ever any doubts that the current hoops campaign was University of Ottawa women’s coach Andy Sparks finest coaching performance, consider them completely dispelled. 375 more words

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Men’s basketball team closes out 2014 by beating third-ranked Rams

Originally published for charlatan.ca

The Carleton Ravens men’s basketball team ended 2014 with another win by a score of 91-73 against the Ryerson Rams. Going into the game, Carleton leads the Canadian Interuniverity Sport (CIS) with a perfect 8-0 record, while remaining the top-ranked team in the nation. 385 more words

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Men’s basketball team advances to Wilson Cup

Originally published for charlatan.ca 

The Ravens men’s basketball team began their quest for a 10th Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) championship Feb. 22 with a win over the Laurentian University Voyageurs in their first playoff game. 459 more words

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