With the first semester of the CCAA coming to a close, week #6 of our rankings is starting to show teams settling comfortably into their respective league standings.

NAIT TEAM

1-10 – Lambton drops out of the top ten for the first time this season, as they fell to Niagara on a half-court shot that sent their game into overtime, then a three pointer at the buzzer to seal the deal. NAIT is back into the top 10 with two wins over Concordia this past weekend. La Cite continues their historical season and replaces Lambton at the #9 spot.

Niagara team

11-20 – Medicine Hat took down Lethbridge handily over the weekend, while Olds jumps back into the top 20 showing that the ACAC has great depth and parity. The biggest jump comes from Niagara who, as mentioned, pulled off the upset over Lambton. Humber, John Abbott and Capilano all posted DNP’s with all jumping up one spot in the rankings.

Ambrose team

21-30 – Dropping into the bottom third of our rankings we see Lethbridge sliding along with Vanier and St. Lawrence. Teams on the rise include Algonquin, Montmorency and George Brown. Seneca cracks the top 30 for the first time this season and we see the return of Ambrose who split games with Briercrest, but boast victories over top 20 teams, Medicine Hat and Olds in league play.

Player of the Week – Wayne Tucker Jr.

Wayne Tucker

Player of the Week goes to Wayne Tucker of Olds College, who dropped back to back 40 point games (40 & 44) in wins over St. Mary’s.

CCAA Top 30

Rank. School Wins-Losses (Previous Rank)

1. Holland 6-0 (1)
Win vs UKC 95-76
2. Vancouver Island 7-0 (2)
DNP
3. Mohawk 7-0 (3)
Win vs Redeemer 95-71
4. Red Deer 9-0 (4)
Wins vs SAIT 110-81 & 77-63
5. Quest 6-1 (5)
DNP
6. Sheridan 7-2 (6)
Win vs Fanshawe 91-78
7. Keyano 11-1 (7)
Wins vs Kings 103-89 & 79-49
8. Champlain 5-1 (8)
Win vs Vanier 79-76
9. La Cite 10-0 (10)
Win vs Loyalist 76-60
10. NAIT 10-2 (11)
Wins vs Concordia 95-67 & 105-102

11. Humber 5-3 (12)
DNP
12. John Abbott 4-2 (13)
DNP
13. Medicine Hat 6-3 (14)
Wins vs Lethbridge 94-67 & 97-88
14. Lambton 6-3 (9)
Loss vs Niagara 92-94
15. Langara 5-2 (16)
DNP
16. Niagara 6-2 (21)
Win vs Lambton 94-92
17. UKC 7-1 (17)
Win vs MSVU 81-78 & Loss vs Holland 76-95
18. Crandall 6-2 (19)
Wins vs STU 76-68 & UNBSJ 69-49
19. Capilano 4-3 (20)
DNP
20. Olds 6-3 (24)
Wins vs St. Mary’s 109-107 & 88-82

21. Lethbridge 5-4 (14)
Losses vs Medicine Hat 67-94 & 88-97
22. Mount Allison 4-3 (22)
Win vs UNBSJ 76-75
23. Algonquin 7-3 (25)
Win vs Loyalist 77-61
24. Montmorency 4-2 (26)
Win vs Edouard Montpetit 100-61
25. Vanier 3-3 (18)
Loss to Champlain 76-79
26. George Brown 6-3 (28)
Win vs St. Lawrence 69-62
27. St. Lawrence 5-4 (23)
Losses to George Brown 62-69 & Seneca 72-77
28. Seneca 4-4 (NR)
Win vs St. Lawrence 77-72
29. Camosun 3-4 (30)
DNP
30. Ambrose 5-4 (NR)
Win vs Briercrest 79-76 & Loss vs Briercrest 75-86

Bill Crowdis

Written by Bill Crowdis

Born in Langley, BC, raised in Toronto, and a product of Martingrove Collegiate. A two time Toronto All-Star in High school, CCAA national champion and four-time, first-team provincial all-star at the collegiate/university level. Inducted into the Durham College and OCAA Hall of Fame after being named to the OCAA All-Millennium Team, recognizing the top 12 players in OCAA. Crowdis' #5 jersey was retired at Durham. Shortly following his playing career, Crowdis took the coaching reins at SS Fleming College, where he turned around a program that was considered amongst the bottom three teams in the Canada, to a #1 provincial, and top 3 national ranking. Was named OCAA coach of the year and lead Fleming to three consecutive OCAA championship tournaments, along with becoming Fleming's all time leader in wins for the men's basketball program. After a brief hiatus, Coach Crowdis took charge of the program at Seneca College, where he brought the team back to a level not seen since north of 20 years, Lead Seneca to three consecutive top 3 finishes in the OCAA East conference, 3 consecutive trips to the OCAA championship tournament, a conference title and an OCAA final four appearance. While his teams have had some success, Coach Crowdis acknowledges the hard work each one of his players put forward, and believes the key to his success rests on the shoulders of them, and of course All-Canadian players, Neil O'Sullivan, Jovain Wilson and Felix Adjei

Website: http://www.NorthPoleHoops.com

2 thoughts on “Top 30 CCAA Rankings by Bill Crowdis – December 2, 2015

  1. IceManLikeGervin says:

    WBB Top 10 Scorers (Dec 3):

    1. M Romeril (St Mary’s) 29.6

    2. L Panchan (Durham) 26.0

    3. K Greenlee (Keyano) 22.2

    4. J Barrett (Holland) 21.4

    5. E Lowry (Lethbridge) 20.5

    6. K Marcotte (Cambrian) 19.4

    7. J Thompson (Loyalist) 19.2

    8. B Scott (Olds) 18.7

    9. J Brown (Redeemer) 17.8

    10. A Tan (SAIT) 17.7

    Click link for full CCAA points/rebounders stats: http://www.ccaa.ca/individual-stats-s15095

  2. IceManLikeGervin says:

    MBB Top 10 Scorers (Dec 3):

    1. Wayne Tucker (Olds) 30.2

    2. Ian Tevis (Red Deer) 28.0

    3. Branden Padgett (Lambton) 24.8

    4. Kyler Shula (Ambrose) 24.1

    5. Alix Lochard (Montmorency) 23.3

    6. Bradley Fuller (Mount Allison) 23.0

    6. Matt Guinto (St Mary’s) 23.0

    7. Jaz Bains (St Lawrence) 22.3

    8. Travis Adams (Holland) 22.0

    9. Martin Bogajev (Capilano) 21.5

    10. Jackson Jacob (NAIT) 21.1

    Click link for full CCAA points/rebounders stats: http://www.ccaa.ca/individual-stats-s15102

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