CCAA Top 15 National Team Rankings – Week 2

The CCAA has released week two of their National Rankings, where nothing has changed in the top 5.

However, after that, the following is what you need to know…

Biggest Drop

The John Abbott Islanders kicked off the season with the #6 spot, but have fallen to #11, currently holding a 2-2 record with losses to Champlain and Brebeuf.

Biggest Climb

Courtesy: Niagara Athletics
Courtesy: Niagara Athletics

Crandall, Niagara and Vanier College have all jumped up two spots.

Crandall opens up the season at 2-0 with convincing wins over both STU and MSVU.

Niagara is 4-0 with a Cambrian sweep, along with victories over St Clair and Redemeer–set to face a test this weekend against #2 Sheridan.

Vanier sits at 3-0, beating Édouard-Montpetit, Sainte-Foy and Dawson.

The New Guys

la citeThe La Cite Coyotes started their season making history, beating inner-city rivals Algonquin Thunder, for the first time ever, breaking a 12-year streak. Since then, this squad hasn’t looked back, defeating George Brown, Centennial, St Lawrence and Canadore.

The Coyotes now sit at 5-0, and the only team in the OCAA-East conference that has yet to drop a game. La Cite is lead by Hess Mayele, Daniel Gracia and Andre-Nicolas Ntivumbura. 

Is La Cite for real, or is this just a hot start? They enter the CCAA Rankings at #15, rounding out the final spot.

CCAA Top 15 Rankings

  1. VIU Mariners
  2. Sheridan Bruins
  3. Holland Hurricanes
  4. Red Deer Kings
  5. Mohawk Mountaineers
  6. Quest Kermodes
  7. Crandall Chargers
  8. Niagara Knights
  9. Vanier Cheetahs
  10. Champlain Cavaliers
  11. John Abbott Islanders
  12. Olds Broncos
  13.  NAIT Ooks
  14. Lethbridge Kodiaks
  15. La Cite Coyotes

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