OTTAWA - The second matchup of the 2023-24 Rivalry Series highlights the weekend ahead in Carleton Ravens Athletics.
The Alerts Cup is up for grabs when the Carleton Ravens women's hockey team faces the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees at The Arena at TD Place on Sunday afternoon. With puck drop scheduled for 3:00 p.m. the Colonel By Classic is your perfect Sunday Funday plan, so grab some friends and join the party at TD Place.
The Ravens are also in action on Saturday night when they travel to Concordia to face the Stingers.
Carleton and Ottawa enter the weekend tied at six points, with Carleton having an extra regulation win, they hold the tie-breaker putting them in the fourth and final playoff spot. Just four points back of Bishop's and Montreal for second, this is a pivotal weekend for Ravens hockey.
The defending national champion Carleton Ravens make their first appearance at home for the 2023-24 season on Friday night when they welcome the Brock Badgers. Arrive early to Friday's game and have your picture taken with the Bronze Baby and W.P. McGee Trophies.
The top-ranked women's basketball team will be celebrating their 2023 championship prior to Saturday's game. Join the team at 5:50 for a special presentation of the 2023 U SPORTS Championship rings before they welcome Lakehead.
On both nights the eighth-ranked men's team caps off the double-header with tip-off for both men's games scheduled at 8:00 p.m.
After picking up points in back-to-back games at home this weekend the Ravens head out on a unique road trip. Friday night the Ravens face the TMU Bold at the Mattamy Athletic Centre in downtown Toronto, before making the journey north to face the Nipissing Lakers on Saturday.
The Ravens have been getting plenty of offensive contributions lately from rookie Reese Belton. With six goals already on the campaign, Belton was named last week's Ravens Athlete of the Week presented by McKeen Metro Glebe