Since the last release of the CCAA National Rankings the top three teams in the nation (Langara, Algonquin, Sheridan) have stayed put.

The Holland Hurricanes (ACAA, PEI) and Vanier Cheetahs (RSEQ, Quebec)  have both moved up two spots, while Lethbridge (Alberta), representing the ACAC conference, climbed up three spots.

Two unranked teams making an appearance in this edition of the CCAA rankings, are MSVU (ACAA, Nova Scotia), who made the biggest jump, from unranked, to now holding down #12; while John Abbott (RSEQ, Quebec) take the final spot in the top 15.


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2 thoughts on “CCAA National Rankings – MSVU Makes Biggest Jump, John Abbott Makes Appearance

  1. IceManLikeGervin says:

    George Brown (12-3), Concordia (10-5), MacEwan (10-5), Grande Prairie (9-6), Centennial (9-6), Briercrest (9-7), Medicine Hat (9-7), St Thomas (8-5), Capilano (8-6), Fanshawe (8-5) & St Clair (8-6) should all be considered for ranking ahead of John Abbott (8-7) in my mind. I don’t understand how John Abbott at 8-7 gets ranked especially coming out of the weak RSEQ conference this year as per Peter Yannopoulos. That being said there’s a big time match up this week in the PacWest as #1 Langara (13-1) tavels to the #KermodeKave- which is the location of the Falcons lone loss this season, to take on #9 Quest (12-2). Keep up to date on all the latest CCAA basketball news at .

  2. gecarragher says:

    Completely agree with the above. ACAA has a few strong match-ups in the coming weeks. (4) Holland College heads to Halifax to take on (12) Mount St. Vincent on Saturday, followed by (6) Crandall University next Saturday, then Crandall vs. Mount on Feb. 15. Those three games will go a long way in determining the top two seeds for the ACAA championships in a month’s time.

    I’ll admit to having a Hurricane bias as a Holland College alum (since moved to T.O.), but I really feel like they’re hitting their stride now that they’re healthier. Having seen HC-Langara at last year’s nationals in person, I would love to see them go at it again if the situation presented itself.

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