On Monday night, Jack Moore and Lauren Hunter discussed the World Juniors, NCAA Football players not playing in their bowl games, and Bishops leaving the RSEQ for the AUS in men’s football. Jason Hagholm was on vacation and will return next week on January 16th.
The men’s basketball team played two games this weekend against the #1 and #4 ranked teams in the country. Even though they were tied with the #1 Carleton Ravens 40-40 at the half and Tevaun Kokko had 21 first half points, the Hawks couldn’t pull it out as Carleton scored 69 points in the second half, including 40 in the fourth quarter to the Hawks 32. The team will resume play Wednesday at McMaster at 8:00 pm.
The women’s basketball team went 0-2 on the weekend losing 71-60 to Carleton and 45-40 against Ottawa. The inability to play in the paint hurt the Hawks as Heather Lindsay put up 34-10 down low for the Ravens. Poor shooting was the story for the Hawks as the were 20% from the field and 12% from behind the three point line when the took on the Ottawa Gee-Gees.
Men’s hockey roared backed from a 3-1 deficit in the 3rd period to win 6-3 over Laurentian and they lost 5-4 in OT on Friday against Nippising. The Hawks are now tied for third in the OUA West and are close to the first and second spots.
Women’s hockey picked up their first regulation win of the season beating the Brock Badgers 3-1. Emily Woodhouse continuously dominates for the Hawks and is leading the team in scoring in goals and points. On Sunday the Hawks fell in a shootout to the York Lions 3-2. Jaden Head scored the first goal of her OUA career to tie the game at 2-2 with 1:37 remaining in the contest.
Not able to make the Hawks games this week? Hawk Eyes has you covered with full weekend recaps Monday’s at 6:00pm on radiolaurier.com.