Marquee Matchups

Marquee Matchups

MSVU Mystics vs. St. Thomas Tommies
January 12 @ 4:00 p.m. AT


A pair of CCAA Top 10 teams will clash in Fredericton, NB, on Saturday in ACAA Women's Basketball action. The second-place St. Thomas Tommies (7-2) will host the undefeated MSVU Mystics (8-0) in a battle of the top two Atlantic teams. St. Thomas (CCAA No. 9) will look to avenge an early-season drubbing at the hands of MSVU (CCAA No. 3).

Nomades de Montmorency vs. Ch. Saint-Lambert Cavaliers
January 11 @ 6:00 p.m. ET


The second half of the RSEQ Women's Basketball season kicks off with the Cavaliers (5-2) hosting the Nomades (5-2) in Saint-Lambert, QC. RSEQ powerhouses Sainte-Foy (2019 CCAA host) and Dawson (CCAA No. 1) aren’t the only Quebec teams with aspirations of playing in the CCAA National Championship in March. Montmorency and Champlain are also nationally ranked at No. 6 and No. 13, respectively.

Durham Lords vs. Canadore Panthers
January 13 @ 1:00 p.m. ET


The undefeated Durham Lords (9-0) will come out of the mid-season break with an early test against the OCAA East’s second place Canadore Panthers (7-1). Both the Lords and Panthers will have tune-up matches before facing off for division supremacy. While neither team is currently featured in the CCAA Rankings, a decisive weekend may help vault one of them into the Top-15.

Olds Broncos vs. Medicine Hat Rattlers
January 11 @ 6:00 p.m. MT

Two offensive powerhouses will clash when the Olds Broncos (8-2) visit the Medicine Hat Rattlers (10-1) in a battle between the top two teams in the ACAC South. The Rattlers (CCAA No. 4) are averaging 74 points per game while Olds (CCAA No. 7) is putting up over 83 points in each contest. MHC holds the slight edge in the standings with only a single blemish on their record, however that loss came at the hands of the Broncos.

Capilano Blues vs. VIU Mariners
January 11 @ 6:00 p.m. PT & January 12 @ 1:00 p.m. PT

The Capilano Blues (5-3), now in second place in the PACWEST, will face the conference’s top team when they travel to Nanaimo for a double-header against the undefeated VIU Mariners (8-0). The Blues are coming off a two-game sweep of the competitive Douglas Royals but the Mariners (CCAA No. 5) are outscoring opponents, on average, by more than 20 points per game.