Monday, October 31, 2011

Women's Basketball - Game Report

Hi Folks,

Just one game to report on from the weekend, and unfortunately it was our first home loss. Concordia handed us a 64-56 defeat, marking our lowest point production to-date. The fast pace was much to our liking in the first half and although we trailed 19-17 after one quarter, we began to wear Concordia down in the second, outscoring them 15-9 to go into half time with a 4 point lead.

Concordia, however, managed to grind the game down to a much slower pace in the second half. The third quarter, the lowest point output of the season, saw us outscored 13-5. The fourth quarter produced much more scoring (with a correspondingly high number of turnovers on our behalf) leaving us down another 4 points (23-19) and the 64-56 defeat.

Hanna Koposhynska had another solid game with 13 points and 9 boards. Paige Robinson was the only other Q’s player with double digits with 11 points, but Christine Wallace did have 9 boards to go along with her 8 points.

Link to Q’s SID report:

Up Next on the Road:
Friday, November 4 @ 6pm vs. Nazareth College (Rochester, NY)
Saturday, November 5 @ 2pm vs. Geneseo College (Geneseo, NY)

Up Next at Home (start of league play):
Friday, November 11 @ 6pm vs. Lakehead University
Saturday, November 12 @ 6pm vs. Guelph University

The Globe and Mail recently released their annual rankings for Canadian Universities. I am pleased to report that Queen’s ranked 1st in the country for a medium-sized (enrolment) university. Here’s a link to the Q’s press release:

We will, once again, be hosting our ID/Training Camp for high school players in grades 10-12 interested in playing basketball at the CIS level and who also have an interest in Queen’s. Details below:

Sunday, December 11
9:30 – 12:00n On-court
12:00n Break for Lunch
12:30pm Athletic Centre Tour & Question and Answer session (parent’s welcome)
1:30 – 3:30pm On-court

There is no cost to attend, but please drop me an email, so I have an idea of numbers.

Have a great week.