With the first week of the CIS season starting for some schools while others are still tuning up for the start of the season this weekend, there are lots of press clippings because there is lots of news. Today we have results from several exhibition games, some regular season games and a whole host of stories from around the CIS in this edition of Canadian Content.
First we have Canadian cats in the NCAA ...
Andy Rautins' 13 points and Kris Joseph's 8 boards weren't enough for stop the upset. Syracuse University Athletics - Johnson Nets 34 in 82-79 Exhibition Loss to LeMoyne
Montreal's Adrian Hynes-Guery had two points, two rebounds, assists, a block and three steals in his team's loss to U Conn. American International College Athletics - No. 12/14 Connecticut Takes Exhibition Win Over Men's Basketball Team
Some exhibition news and in season games ...
TRINITY WESTERN OVER DIV. I UTAH VALLEY UNIVERSITY
OREM, Utah – Jacob Doerksen (Abbotsford, B.C.) with 28 points and 11 rebounds and Louis Hurd (Spokane, Wash.) with 20 points led the Trinity Western University men’s basketball team to a 77-58 victory over NCAA Div. I Utah Valley University Tuesday evening at the McKay Center in Orem, Utah.
Blue & Gold: Montana State University Men's Basketball
Information about Montana State University sports featuring the Bobcats with information about football, basketball, cross country, rodeos, skiing, tennis, track and field, and volleyball. Bozeman Daily Chronicle - your source for Montana State University Athletics.
Lastly some assorted stories about our CIS teams ...
Size, depth gone as men's team rebuilds | Western Mustangs | Sports | London Free Press
The key words for the Western Mustang men's basketball team the last two years was "Canadian championship."
Rookie puts spring in coach's step - St. Catharines Standard - Ontario, CA
It's early November and there's optimism in the air over the present and future of the Brock men's basketball team. Head coach Ken Murray has
Metro - Huskies open season hoping bigger equals better
The Saint Mary’s Huskies wanted to get bigger this season and they’re hoping it makes them better.
Metro - Dalhousie men's basketball squad deals with roster turnover
Simon Farine has some new sidekicks.