Thomas Scrubb

Thomas Scrubb drives baseline against University of Buffalo | Courtesy: Mike Carroccetto, Ottawa Citizen

OTTAWA,ON–Last summer, the CIS-NCAA record was 10-57 in favour of the NCAA. Of the 10 wins, the Carleton Ravens accounted for five of them defeating UC Santa Barbara, Niagara, Saint Louis (twice) and Illinois State. The Ravens overall record was 5-6 against American competition, losing in some close games to Pennsylvania, Albany, Akron, Central Florida and La Salle.

This summer, the CIS back-to-back national champions will compete in seven CIS-NCAA games and by the first game’s result, you would think they started on the right foot by defeating Buffalo 77-75.

However according to Dave Smart, “We’re as talented as we’ve ever been, we just have no idea what we’re doing. Last year, we were a veteran team with a pretty decent amount of talent, so in August we looked good. This August we’re going to look awful,” he told the Ottawa Citizen.

Tyson Hinz registered a game-high 26 points for Carleton, while Philip Scrubb NPH #1-ranked player in the country did not suit up due to resting a soar ankle.

The Carleton Ravens will play six more games against NCAA opponents: UNLV, Northeastern (twice), Boston College, La Salle and Villanova. The following are Canadians on these programs:

  • Jarryn Skeete (Buffalo)
  • Anthony Bennett (UNLV) – Joins team Aug 31
  • Khem Birch (UNLV)- Eligible to play in the Winter
  • Olivier Hanlan (Boston College)
  • Dylan Ennis (Villanova)
Tariq Sbiet

Written by Tariq Sbiet

NPH National Scout, tracking Canada's TOP prospects from high school to the NBA. With a genuine passion for the game, you will find Sbiet in the bleachers of most major tournaments and events across Canada & the United States -- Discovering talent from coast-to-coast, while absorbing knowledge at every opportunity. Sbiet has covered the game at every level, combining a basketball and media background with a degree in Media & Journalism from the University of Guelph-Humber. *Inspiration is the spark plug to success*

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9 thoughts on “Carleton Ravens Open Against NCAA competition 1-0, Defeat Buffalo 77-75 Lead by Tyson Hinz

  1. Tariq Sbiet says:

    yes sir. By the way congrats on the gig at medicine Hat…all the best man!

  2. Thanks man! Appreciate it, I expect write ups!

  3. We’re going to make some noise hopefully!

  4. Tariq Sbiet says:

    if u can fly me out west, i’ll see what i can do haha. And come on now, u can’t “expect” the write up, u gotta make the noise first! lol

  5. The noise is coming within a week!

  6. Tariq Sbiet says:

    Looking forward to it my man

  7. Going to 2 of these games

  8. Mike McDavid says:

    whens there next game?

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