Wesmen Athletics

Wesmen Results November 19-20, 2010

The Wesmen Volleyball Teams Beat The Huskies At The Duckworth Centre. In Saskatoon The Basketball Teams Both Lost On Saturday Night..


Wesmen Game Results  Friday, November 19 - Saturday, November 20


Saturday, November 20, 2010

Men's Volleyball vs Saskatchewan 
WESMEN def Saskatchewan 3-0 (25-23, 25-23, 25-15)

Final Match Statistics

The Winnipeg Wesmen defeated the Saskatchewan Huskies 3-0 (25-23, 25-23, 25-15) Saturday night at the Duckworth Centre in Winnipeg.

Winnipeg presently sits with a record of 1-6, the Huskies head home with a record of 1-5.

Marc Ross led the attack for the Wesmen finishing with a match high 13 kills and two service aces. First year players Ty Loewen and Tom Douglas-Powell added seven kills each. Nathaniel Therrien recorded 11 defensive digs.

Matthew Busse led the Huskies with nine kills. Matthew Skotheim added 11 defensive digs and Braden McLean finished with a match high four blocks.

The Huskies had the advantage in the early stages of the opening set leading 8-7 at the first technical until Brendan Black's block gave the Wesmen their first lead of the set at 16-15 at the second break. The teams took turns holding the lead and Winnipeg opned up their largest lead of the set at 24-21. The Huskies rallied scoring two straight points to close the gap to 24-23. Ty Loewen put down a kill on the next play to give the Wesmen a 25-23 first set win.

Winnipeg held the lead at both technical timeouts of the second set 8-7 and 16-15. The teams exchanged points till late in the set with a Matt Dueck kill put the Wesmen up 24-22. After the Huskies scored the next point to make the score 24-23, the Wesmen closed out the set on a Saskatchewan serving error to win the set 25-23.

The Wesmen took full control in the third set leading 8-3 and 16-10 at the timeouts before eventually winning the set 25-15 to close out the sweep.

Winnipeg will be on the road next weekend to face the Trinity University Spartans. The Huskies will travel to Vancouver to take on UBC.

Women's Volleyball vs Saskatchewan
WESMEN def Saskatchewan 3-1 (27-25, 28-26, 24-26, 25-17)

Final Match Statistics

The Winnipeg Wesmen completed a weekend sweep over the Saskatchewan Huskies with a 3-1 (27-25, 28-26, 24-26, 25-17) victory Saturday night at the Duckworth Centre in Winnipeg.

Winnipeg 3-4 on the season defeated the Huskies in four sets (3-1) Friday night. Saskatchewan's record falls to 1-5.

Fourth year middle Lauren Sears led the Wesmen attack with 18 kills and two service aces. Second year left side Sonia Rossy added 16 kills and a match high 30 digs. Carleen Kruschel, also in her second year finished with 15 kills and 22 defensive digs. Alix Krahn was the match leader in blocks with four.

Katie Graves led the Huskies with a match high 21 kills. Candace Hueser was next with 14 kills and a team high 22 digs. Laura Beadle led the team with three blocks.

The first set was a battle between the two teams. Saskatchewan led 25-24 late in the set but a cross court kill by Sonia Rossy tied the score at 25-25. Mackenzie Jeffrey served up an ace on the next play to put the Wesmen up 26-25 and closed out the set on a Huskie attack error to win the opening set 27-25.

The second set was once again a tight battle between the teams. The teams battled to 22-22 when consecutive kills by Sears and Kruschel gave the Wesmen a 24-22 lead. The Huskies fought off set point scoring two points to tie the score at 24-24. The teams exchanged points to 24-24, Mckenzie Jeffrey followed with a kill and on the next play Winnipeg took advantage of a Huskie error to win the set 28-26.

Saskatchewan found their game in the third set leading 8-3 early on and extending their lead to 18-10 later in the set. The Wesmen did not give going on a 10-3 run to close the gap to 21-20. The Huskies reeled off three straight points to 24-20 but four straight points by Winnipeg tied the score at 24-24. Kills by Graves and Hueser ended the Wesmen comeback with Saskatchewan winning the third set 26-24.

Winnipeg trailed 8-7 at the first break of set number four but rebounded to hold the advantage of 16-13 at the second break. Winnipeg eventually went on to win the set 25-17 to close out the match.

Winnipeg will be on the road next weekend against Trinity Western. Saskatchewan will travel to BC to face the T-Birds. 


Women's Basketball at Saskatchewan 
WESMEN 62  Saskatchewan 90

Final Game Statistics

A hot shooting Saskatchewan Huskies defeated the Winnipeg Wesmen 90-62 in the second game of the weekend series, Saturday night in Saskatoon.

The Huskies who beat the Wesmen last night, connected on 55% of their shots from the field in the contest.

The Huskies improve to 8-2, the Wesmen fall to 5-2.

Jill Humbert led the Huskies with 20 points, including five three-pointers. Kim Tulloch added 18 points and seven rebounds.

Fifth year guard Catie Gooch scored a game high 23 points to lead Winnipeg. Stephanie Kleysen added 10 points. Ashleigh Chichlowski led in rebounds with seven.

Saskatchewan connected on 59% from the field in the first half, including six-three pointers and went into the halftime break leading by a score of 47-27.

The second half was a carbon copy of the opening twenty minutes with the hot shooting Huskies scoring 43 points and connecting on 52% of their shots to close out the game.

Winnipeg was strong on the glass out-rebounding the Huskies by a margin of 34-25. Saskatchewan scored 29 points off Winnipeg turnovers.

Winnipeg will head home to prepare to host the Trinity Western University Spartans next Friday and Saturday at the Duckworth Centre. Game time both nights is 6:00 p.m.

Men's Basketball at Saskatchewan 
 WESMEN 63  Saskatchewan 115

Final Game Statistics

The Saskatchewan Huskies scored 39 points in the opening quarter and never looked back defeating the Winnipeg Wesmen 115-63 Saturday night in Saskatoon.

The win improves the Huskies record to 7-3. Winnipeg drops to 1-6 in the Canada West regular season standings.

Winnipeg stayed with the Huskies for the opening moments of the game until the Huskies opened up a 14-8 lead and holding the Wesmen to seven points in the final few minutes to open up a 39-15 lead after the opening ten minutes.

Saskatchewan opened up a 64-31 lead at halftime and never looked back.

Rejean Chabot led the Huskies with a game high 36 points, including 21 in the first half. Jamelle Barrett had 18 points, Nolan Brudehl with 16 points.

Kenny Perry led the Wesmen with 11 points followed by Craig Sharpe and Brayden Duff with 10 each. Kelvin Smith grabbed six rebounds to lead the team.

Winnipeg will take on the Trinity Western University Spartans next Friday and Saturday at the Duckworth Centre. Game time is scheduled for 8:00 p.m.



Friday, November 19, 2010
Women's Volleyball vs Saskatchewan
WESMEN def Saskatchewan 3-1 (25-13, 25-20, 18-25, 25-20)

Final Match Statistics

The Winnipeg Wesmen ended a three-match losing streak with a 3-1 (25-13, 25-20, 18-25, 25-20) victory over the visiting Saskatchewan Huskies Friday night at the Duckworth Centre in Winnipeg.

Lauren Sears had an outstanding match for the Wesmen leading the team with 12 kills, three service aces and two blocks. Sonia Rossy and Carleen Kruschel each added 11 kills. Kruschel led the Wesmen with 18 defensive digs.

The Huskies were led by Candace Hueser with 15 kills and Katie Graves finished with 12. Haley Manson finished with a match high 20 defensive digs.

Winnipeg dominated the opening set winning by an easy score of 25-13.

Saskatchewan opened the second set scoring the first two points only to see the Wesmen score five unanswered points to take a 5-2 lead. Winnipeg held the advantage for the remainder of the set and gained a 2-0 lead in the match with a 25-20 win in the second set.

In the third set, Winnipeg was looking for the sweep, but the Huskies jumped out to leads of 8-3 and 16-10 at the technical timeouts before eventually winning the set 25-18.

Winnipeg recovered in the fourth set leading 8-3 and 16-14 at the technical breaks. A late run by the Wesmen extended their lead to 22-15 before closing out the match with a 25-20 win in set number four.

The victory improves Winnipeg's record to 2-4. Saskatchewan falls to 1-4. The Wesmen and Huskies will close out their weekend series Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. at the Duckworth Centre.

 
Men's Volleyball vs Saskatchewan 
Saskatchewan def WESMEN 3-1 (23-25, 25-23, 29-27, 25-21)

Final Match Statistics

The University of Saskatchewan Huskies picked up their first win of the regular season with a 3-1 (23-25, 25-23, 29-27, 25-21) victory over the Winnipeg Wesmen Friday night at the Duckworth Centre in Winnipeg.

Bryan Fraser led the Huskies with a match high 19 kills. Braden McLean followed with 11 kills and Jeffrey Grant finished with 10 kills. Grant led Saskatchewan with a match high 16 defensive digs.

First year outside Ty Loewen led the Wesmen with 17 kills. Tom Douglas-Powell finished with 16 and Marc Ross added 12 kills. Nathaniel Therrien led the Wesmen with a match high 20 digs. Brendan Black had four blocks to lead all players.

Winnipeg seeking their first victory of the regular season, gained the advantage early in the match winning a close first set 25-23.

The Huskies bounced back in a close and tight second set, evening the match with a 25-23 set two win.

The turning point of the match was an eventful third set. Both teams had several chances to close out the set but both teams took turns fighting off match points. Saskatchewan went on to win an eventful third set 29-27.

Saskatchewan used their momentum from the previous set to close out the match winning the fourth set 25-21.

The victory leaves the Huskies with a record of 1-4. Winnipeg remains winless at 0-6.

The two teams will close out their weekend series in the early match on Saturday night. Match time is 6:00 p.m. at the Duckworth Centre.



Women's Basketball at Saskatchewan
WESMEN 54  Saskatchewan 74

Final Game Statistics

The University of Saskatchewan Huskies snapped the undefeated streak of the  Winnipeg Wesmen with a 74-54 victory  Friday night in Saskatoon.

Saskatchewan improves to 7-2, Winnipeg drops to 5-1 in the Canada West Women's Basketball standings.

Saskatchewan took control of the game in the second half’ scoring 43 points in the final twenty minutes.  Turnovers also hurt the Wesmen with the Huskies scoring 27 points off of the 22 Winnipeg giveaways in the game.

After starting slow in the first quarter, taking almost two minutes for the first basket to be scored, the Huskies opened with a five point lead. Winnipeg began to crawl back in the game and tied it at 11 with less than two minutes left in the first quarter.  They matched each other throughout the rest of the frame with the Huskies leading after one 14-13.

Saskatchewan scored the first points in the second period and grew their lead to 21- 17 quickly. The Huskies led 31-24 at halftime.

Winnipeg scored just three less points than the Huskies in the third quarter but thanks to the strong second quarter the Huskies still had a 10 point 51-41 lead heading into the last quarter.

The Huskies broke away in the fourth quarter led by Katie Miyazaki scoring eight points – six from free throws. The closest Winnipeg could come in the frame was eight early in the quarter. The Huskies went on a 9-4 run to close out the game with the 74-54 win.

Katie Miyazaki finished with a game-high 20 points and 10 rebounds for the Huskies, while Kim Tulloch followed closely behind with 18 points.

Catie Gooch led the Wesmen with 11 points, followed by Amy Ogidan with eight and Stephanie Kleysen with seven. Kleysen led the Wesmen on the boards nabbing seven rebounds.

The two teams will battle again Saturday night in Saskatoon. Tipoff is set for 6 p.m.
 
 

Men's Basketball at Saskatchewan 
WESMEN 48  Saskatchewan 99

Final Game Statistics

The Winnipeg Wesmen had a tough night dropping a 99-48 decision to the defending CIS champions Saskatchewan Huskies Friday night in Saskatoon.

With the win, the Huskies move to 7-3 on the season, while the Wesmen fall to 1-5.  

Back-and-forth for seven minutes of the game, the Huskies began to break away after Joshua Stolar brought Winnipeg within two at 17-15. With two points by Jamelle Barrett, four from Nolan Brudehl and another five from Rejean Chabot the Huskies had a 28-15 lead after the first quarter.

The Huskies went on a 17-3 run in the first six minutes of the second quarter to help build their strong lead. With the exception of two Kenneth Perry jump shots and one by Benny Iko, the Wesmen points in the quarter were scored from the foul line.

Saskatchewan continued the momentum to open the second half outscoring the Wesmen by 20 in the frame at 32-12. Led by Barrett with 10 points in the third quarter, the Huskies held a 48 point lead. Nolin Gooding scored five of the Wesmen’s 12 points in the quarter.

The Huskies slowed down the scoring pace in the fourth quarter. Gooding, Perry and Kelvin Smith combined for 11 points for the Wesmen. The Huskies scored 14 in the quarter.

The Huskies finished the game shooting 59%, while the Wesmen shot just 28%. Saskatchewan also doubled the Wesmen on the boards stealing 50 to the Wesmen’s 25. Turnovers were also a problem for Winnipeg with the Huskies scoring 33 points off of the Wesmen’s giveaways in the game.

Rejean Chabot led the Huskies with 27 points on the night, followed by  Jamelle Barrett with 21 and Nolan Brudehl with 16. Brudehl also led the Huskies with 11 rebounds.

Lynden Drayton-Barrow scored 13 for the Wesmen and added six rebounds. Kenny Perry added eight points for Winnipeg.

The two teams will meet again Saturday night. Tipoff is scheduled for in Saskatoon. Saskatoon.