Week Ending February 5, 2012
Carleton Ravens men’s basketball guard Philip Scrubb was the star of the game in Friday night’s matchup against the uOttawa Gee-Gees. At halftime, he had 20 of his team’s 49 points, while the Gee-Gees had 29 in total. The Richmond, B.C. native knocked down eight of 11 shots from beyond-the-arc and finished with a 30-point performance as the Ravens took an 86-57 victory. He added five rebounds and three assists in the win. Scrubb now leads the CIS with a 55.3 three-point field goal percentage.
Kelsey Vander Veen’s second period hat trick helped the Carleton Ravens women’s hockey storm back from a three-goal deficit to beat the UdeM Carabins 6-5 in a shootout on Sunday. Just 30 seconds after the Ravens fell behind 4-1, Vander Veen scored the first of her scoring barrage to get Carleton back in the game. She followed that with another tally just four minutes later and completed the natural hat trick on the man-advantage with less than a minute to go in the period to tie the game. Vander Veen gave the Ravens the momentum they needed to seal the victory and pick up an important two points as they try to catch UdeM in the RSEQ standings.