With Thanksgiving behind us and Fall Break a couple of weeks away, the Ravens varsity schedule is in full swing this weekend.
Ravens Rugby is one win away from the first trip to nationals in program history. On Friday night, the Ravens will venture across town to Matt Anthony Field to face the uOttawa Gee-Gees with the winner advancing to the RSEQ Championship and U SPORTS National Championship Tournament.
The Ravens are looking to secure their first berth at the big dance in only their tenth season, and eleventh year as a program. Led by a deep core of veterans, the Ravens will need to lean on the experience they earned last year if they want to slow down the powerhouse Gee-Gees.
On Friday night the Carleton Ravens open their 2022-23 season at home against the Ontario Tech Ridgebacks. The Ravens welcome the 2022-23 season as a fresh start after the COVID-19-shortened 2021-22 season saw Carleton play only 11 regular season games. After a first-round exit against UQTR, the Ravens have retooled and rebuilt around a solid core of veterans with sights set on a return to the top of the OUA.
Ontario Tech enters Friday's game after an impressive 5-1 win on Thursday night at uOttawa.
On Saturday, the Ravens complete their first homestand of the season when they welcome the Nipissing Lakers to town. With puck drop for both games at 7:00 PM the Ice House may very well be the hottest place to be this weekend.
The Carleton Ravens men's basketball team returns to action this weekend as they host Concordia, McMaster and Victoria in the 2022 House-Laughton Memorial Tournament. The three-day tournament features three doubleheaders with fans each day being treated to fantastic doubleheaders.
The Carleton Ravens look to lock down an OUA playoff spot as they host the Waterloo Warriors in the team's annual Pink Game. The Ravens (3-3) can secure also secure a perfect home record with a win on Saturday against the Warriors.
The Ravens will need to shut down the OUA's #2 leading receiver James Basalyga if they want to find success on Saturday. Offensively, Brockville's Tanner DeJong continues to lead the Ravens' charge with the OUA's second-best passing yards average at 232.0 yards per game.
The Carleton Ravens women's hockey team opens their 2022-23 season at home on Saturday afternoon as they host the Bishop's Gaiters. Carleton and Bishop's quickly developed a rivalry in 2021-22 as the two teams battled through a number of one-goal games including a hard-fought two-game preliminary round series.
New Ravens head coach Stacey Colarossi makes her debut behind the Ravens' bench after spending 2022 with the Chinese National Team at the Beijing Winter Olympic Games.
The OUA Golf Championship tees off just minutes from Carleton over the weekend as the uOttawa Gee-Gees host the province at Hylands Golf Club. The Ravens look to build on a string of strong performances including a sweep of this week's Athlete of the Week Awards. With deep teams on both the men's and women's side the Ravens are poised to challenge for podiums.
On the road, the Carleton Ravens soccer teams have a pivotal weekend on the road. Starting on Saturday in Oshawa, the Ravens look to continue the momentum they built with a sweep of Laurentian Saturday as they face Ontario Tech. In the second match of the day, the Ravens men's team will look to avenge their first loss of the season when they play a Top 10 matchup against the Ridgebacks.
On Sunday, the Ravens head to Peterborough for a pair of matchups against Trent.
Carleton Water Polo will take to the pool at Carleton University for some preseason action over the weekend, the team welcomes local and provincial competition while also facing amateur and alumni teams as they kick off their 2022 competition schedule.