Ravens rule: Carleton teams are kings and queens of basketball in Canada
The Carleton Ravens’ Men’s and Women’s basketball teams both won the gold medal at Nationals, read more to find out more and see what you may have missed.
On the verge: Carleton women’s team will need continued scoring from everyone to take national title
The Carleton Ravens’ women’s basketball team is at their best when everyone contributes offensively, can they continue playing at their best at Nationals to contend for a national championship?
After season of stumbles, ‘youthful’ Ravens back to No. 1 as playoffs begin
The Carleton men’s basketball team holds a dynasty that no other team in USports or NCAA has ever seen. With almost half of the roster being rookies, will the team still be able to prove their dominance in the sport?
uOttawa nearly edges Oregon in exhibition basketball play
The University of Ottawa Gee-Gees nearly overcame a 13-point deficit in the final minutes but ultimately lost 78-76 to the Oregon Ducks.
BlackJacks season ends with narrow loss to Hamilton Honey Badgers
The Ottawa BlackJacks season is over after losing 76-72 to the Hamilton Honey Badgers in the CEBL championship semifinal.
Scarborough defeats Niagara, to play for CEBL championship
The Scarborough Shooting Stars will play in the CEBL final after beating the Niagara River Lions 93-81 at TD Place.
It’s the finals: Meet the teams at CEBL championship weekend
Ottawa hosts championship Canadian basketball action this weekend. Learn more about each team.
BlackJacks edge out Montreal Alliance in CEBL season finale
It’s on to the CEBL championship weekend for the Ottawa BlackJacks after they closed out the regular season with a win.
Tensions flare as Ottawa BlackJacks take down first-place Hamilton in hard fought match
The Ottawa BlackJacks and Hamilton Honey Badgers brought intensity to their late-season matchup on Sunday, which Ottawa won 104-95.
Road-weary BlackJacks a ‘trainwreck’ in home loss to Newfoundland Growlers
The Ottawa BlackJacks, dealing with exhaustion from a long road trip, lost 94-80 to the Newfoundland Growlers in their return home.
With first win of the season, new BlackJacks coaching staff hopes slow start is turning around
After several hectic days which included the firing of their head coach, the Ottawa BlackJacks won their first game of the season.
BlackJacks dismiss head coach Charles Dubé-Brais, hire uOttawa’s James Derouin
Ottawa BlackJacks fire their head coach after slow start to the season.