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Carleton's Dynasty and the State of Affairs in CIS Athletics

There’s a notion in sports that goes something along the lines of ‘you’re never as bad as your worst performances and never as good as your best.’ 996 more words

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Graduate student-athletes demonstrate dedication to school and sport

The modern university student comes in a variety of different personalities, attitudes and ethics. They range from a lazy, carless loaf that visits class a couple times a week to an overachieving workhorse that juggles school, work and extracurricular activities. 1,332 more words

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Graduation coming in basketball, too, for Scrubbs, Berhanemeskel

On the Monday after the Carleton Ravens won another national championship, Thomas Scrubb completed a course assignment that was due the next day.

Before he starts putting his MBA to good use, though, Scrubb wants a shot at professional basketball. 1,238 more words

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CFL combine aids Sean Stoqua's bid to follow in family footsteps

Sean Stoqua already knows six of the other 47 athletes participating in the Canadian Football League pre-draft “combine” in Montreal.

Kicker Ryan Bégin of Orléans and linebacker Drew Morris of Ottawa will be there with their Acadia Axemen teammate from Stittsville, as will four St. 822 more words

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Carleton Ravens raising the bar as CIS basketball grows, changes

Philip Scrubb had a 9:30 a.m. interview in the Carleton University athletics building. At 9:27, he was still playing 1-on-1 in the gym.

This week, Postmedia’s writers are examining the state of basketball in Canada. 1,612 more words

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Canada's capital for men's university basketball

Philip Scrubb had a 9:30 a.m. interview in the Carleton University athletics building. At 9:27, he was still playing 1-on-1 in the gym.

Every shot and crossover dribble represented a chance to improve, even for a talented athlete named Canada’s top university basketball player three times. 1,655 more words

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