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Weekend round-up

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The Ravens took part in the OUA Championships in St. Catherines. The team had a consistent showing but did not place. Carleton did earn two special honours. Matthew Fournier was named OUA Male Athlete of the Year. Team coach Ed Fournier was honoured as OUA Men’s Coach of the Year.


The Carleton Ravens football team hosted the Queen’s Golden Gaels in their final regular season game at Keith Harris Stadium. After a big home win against Windsor last weekend, the Ravens came up short today losing 37-15, eliminating them from a potential playoff run in their second season back in CIS Football.

“We beat ourselves and we definitely could have won this game,” said quarterback Jesse Mills.

While disappointed with the loss, Ravens 2nd year receiver, Kyle Van Wynsberghe, said “there were positives to the season like winning the Panda game against the University of Ottawa.

“I love being out here with my friends, my brothers, there’s nothing better,” he said that despite the loss, the team greatly improved over last year.

The Ravens finished the season with four wins and four losses.



The men’s hockey team played two games this weekend. The first game saw them take on RMC on Friday night. It took a full 60 minute effort for the team to come away with a victory. The Ravens finished with 59 shots on net in their 4-2 win, which saw the team score three goals in the third period. The team also traveled to New York to take on Cornell. They lost 3-2.


The women’s hockey team wore pink jerseys and pink socks for the Ravens “Pink” weekend in support of women’s’ cancers. They were downed 6-0 by the Université de Montréal Carabins.


The Carleton fencing team went to the Queen`s Invitational Fencing Tournament this past weekend in Kingston. The Ravens had a strong showing and earned the following honours:

Gold: Geoff Devaney — Men`s Foil

Silver: Zac Zanussi — Men`s Epee

Adrienne Sukunda — Women`s Sabre

Bronze: Isabelle Gauthier — Women`s Epee



The women’s basketball team bounced back to beat out the Queen’s Gaels 66-61 in the final game of the 2014 Metro Glebe Tournament. Memorial University Sea-Hawks would go on to win the tournament. The Ravens women finished 2-1.

Metro Glebe Tournament Champions: Memorial University

Tournament MVP: Kelia Pond #4 Memorial

Metro Glebe Tournament All-Stars: Queteline Celestine #12 UQAM, Jessica Lubin #22 UQAM, Sandra Amoah #15 Memorial, Liz Boag #4 Queen’s, Lindsay Shotbolt #8 Carleton.

Metro Glebe Tournament Game Summaries
Queen’s 71 Memorial 65
Carleton 56 UQAM 50
UQAM 74 Queen’s 65
Memorial 62 Carleton 43
Memorial 61 UQAM 54
Carleton 66 Queen’s 61