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Canadians William Archambault and Harouna Mutombo are among the selections for preseason All Conference picks by the league coaches, not to mention the strong start to the season for Levon Kendall, Vermont's May Kotsopoulos being short listed for a senior award and a whole host of assorted CIS goodies in the late Friday edition of Canadian Content. 


Vancouver's Levon Kendall is starting his season off right in Greece.  Canada Basketball | KENDALL OFF TO STRONG START IN GREEK LEAGUE


Some news on our Canadian ballers playing in the NCAA.  Big shouts to Pickering, ON's Harouna Mutombo and St. Hubert, PQ's Will Archambault for making the Southern Conference's preseason All Conference team. 

Western Carolina Men's Basketball Picked to Win SoCon's North Division; Giles & Mutombo Named Preseason All-SoCon - WESTERN CAROLINA OFFICIAL ATHLETIC SITE

Davidson College Athletics - Davidson Men's Basketball Picked Third in South Division

Also a big shout to Waterloo's May Kotsopoulos for being selected to a very pretigious senior award.  Women's Basketball : University of Vermont

Sy, Watson add depth, athleticism to frontcourt - Las Cruces Sun-News


Now some CIS news.  Two great profiles on SAIT players Orlandrea Moore and Emmanuel Chiek as well as a look at several teams that should be making noise this season. - Basketball V-Reds work in progress | By BRUCE HALLIHAN - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada

SAIT Trojans | News Detail

SAIT Trojans | News Detail

St Francis Xavier

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View Article: .. | Lakehead University Athletics

The Sil » Blog Archive » Mac stands tall against NCAA teams - Pressure on hoop Tommies to repeat | By BRUCE HALLIHAN - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada

Here is a prep story on Laurent Rivard from Crown Magazine.  Rivard Finds His Place | Crown Magazine

And lastly a story on a Windsor coach who passed away suddenly very recently.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of Jacqueline Moore.  Windsor basketball coach Jacqueline Moore dies suddenly