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Wesmen - Bobcats Weekend Results

The Wesmen Basketball And Volleyball Teams Wrapped Up Their Respective Weekend Matches/Games Saturday Night At The Duckworth Centre And In Brandon..


Wesmen Game Results Friday, February 11 - Saturday, February 12, 2011




Saturday, February 12, 2011
Men's Volleyball vs Brandon
Brandon def WESMEN 3-1 (24-26, 25-13, 25-19, 25-17)
Match Statistics

The Brandon Bobcats fell behind early but recovered to defeat the Winnipeg Wesmen 3-1 (24-26, 25-13, 25-19, 25-17) in the final regular season match for both teams at   the Duckworth Centre Saturday night.

Brandon ends the regular season with a record of 10-8. Winnipeg finishes the season with a record of 2-16.

Brandon was led by the duo of Kevin Miller and Paul Sanderson. Miller finished with a match high 25 kills. Sanderson added 18 kills. Scott Neufeld led the Bobcats with 16 digs. Setter Kyle Dellezay added 10 defensive digs and 47 assists.

Second year middle Matt Dueck led the Wesmen with 14 kills, 10 digs and two blocks. Fourth year outside Marc Ross added 11 kills. Devin Schmidt had a strong serving match ending with four service aces.

Winnipeg opened the match on a positive note, jumping out to an impressive 8-5 at the first technical timeout. Devin Schmidt served up consecutive aces late in the set to carry Winnipeg to a 16-11 lead at the second break. Winnipeg went on to lead 24-22, with the set in their sights but back to back points by the Bobcats tied the score at 24-24. A kill by Matt Dueck followed by a Brandon attack error enabled Winnipeg to win the first set 26-24. Devin Schmidt had three service aces in the set. Marc Ross (Winnipeg) and Paul Sanderson, Kevin Miller (Brandon each had seven kills).

Strong serving by fifth year Bobcat Paul Sanderson led Brandon to an 8-3 lead at the first technical of set number two. Winnipeg fought back with back to back aces by Brendan Black to trail 10-7. The Bobcats carried the play for the remainder of the set leading 16-9 at the second break and eventually went on to win the second set 25-13.

The Bobcats opened set number three leading 8-5 at the first technical timeout and extended their lead to 16-12 at the second break. Brandon went on to win set number three by a score of 25-19. The Bobcats finished the set with an impressive attack percentage of .500 with only two errors.

In set number four Brandon jumped out to leads of 8-6 and 16-10 at the technical timeouts. Brandon continued to rely on the timely kills by the duo of Sanderson and Miller to lead them to a 25-17 in the fourth and final set.


Note:
Fifth year setter Dan Lother was honoured by head coach Larry McKay prior to this evening's match. Lother was in the starting line up but was taken out before the first serve due to a back injury.





Women's Volleyball vs Brandon

Brandon def WESMEN 3-1 (26-24, 25-22, 24-26, 25-21)
Match Statistics

The Winnipeg Wesmen threw everything and more at the Brandon Bobcats on this night. The Bobcats defeated the Winnipeg Wesmen 3-1 (26-24, 25-22, 24-26, 25-21) in four tough sets Saturday night in Winnipeg.

The match marked the final regular season matches for both teams. Brandon finishes the season with a record of 11-7. The Bobcats will advance to the Canada West playoffs, Winnipeg fell just short in their quest.

Jaryn Ruether led Brandon with 18 kills. Teagan Hunter added 17 while Sara Grona finished with 10. Donata Huebert led the team with 30 defensive and setter Becky Young had 54 assists.

Carleen Kruschel led the Wesmen with 14 kills and five aces and was second in defensive digs with 19. Lauren Sears added 13 kills, three service aces and four blocks. Danielle Bulloch had a team high 24 defensive digs. Setter Brittany Habing finished with 34 assists.

The first set was a close affair with the Bobcats clinging to leads of 8-7 and 16-14 at the technical timeouts. Winnipeg did not give up, fighting to tie the score at 24-24 late in the set. back to back kills by Teagan Hunter and Sara Grona gave Brandon a 26-24 win in the opening set.

Brandon started the second out in similar fashion to the opening set leading 8-5 at the first technical break. Winnipeg stormed back, paced by three kills by Mackenzie Jeffrey to take the lead at the second break by a score of 16-15.The Bobcats recovered late in the set and went on to win the second set 25-22.

In set number three Brandon was looking for their second consecutive 3-0 victory, but Winnipeg had other ideas. Brandon led at the timeouts by scores of 8-7 and 16-11. The Bobcats extended their lead to 19-11 late in the set when Winnipeg made their charge. The Wesmen, helped by the strong serving by Kaelyn Gauthier reeled off nine straight points to take a 20-19 lead. Brandon fought back to match point at 24-23 but Winnipeg scored three unanswered points to win the set 26-24.

Set number four was just as close as the previous three. Brandon carried leads of 8-6 and 16-14 at the technical timeouts and eventually closed out the match winning the fourth set by a score of 25-21.

Note: Head coach Diane Scott paid tribute to Kaley Gilham in a special pre-match ceremony. Gilham played her final match as a member of the Wesmen.












Women's Basketball at Brandon

WESMEN 87  Brandon 54  Game Statistics

The Winnipeg Wesmen completed a weekend sweep against their cross provincial rivals the Brandon Bobcats with an 87-54 victory Saturday night in Brandon.

It was a record setting night for fifth year guard Catie Gooch. Gooch drained nine -three pointers to set a new Canada West Women's Basketball record for most three pointers in a single game. The previous record was eight. Gooch finished the game with a game high 27 points.

Amy Ogidan had 12 points and six rebounds. Kaitlin Rempel added 10. Stephanie Kleysen finished with eight points, eight assists and six rebounds.

Sarah Lopes and Kelsey Solarchuk led Brandon scoring 13 points each.

Winnipeg had control in the opening quarter leading 23-14 and extended their lead to 50-28 at halftime.

The Wesmen put the game away in the third quarter, outscoring the Bobcats 27-10 to open up a 78-38 lead after three quarters.

Winnipeg improves their record to 18-4, currently in second place in the Canada West Conference standings. Brandon remains winless at 0-22.

Winnipeg will close out their regular season schedule on the road next weekend in Lethbridge against the Pronghorns on Friday and Saturday.

Men's Basketball at Brandon
WESMEN 71  Brandon 63  Game Statistics

The Winnipeg Wesmen completed a weekend sweep over the Brandon Bobcats with an impressive 71-63 victory in Brandon Saturday night.

Winnipeg won the opening game of the weekend set Friday night by a score of 84-78.

The Wesmen jumped to a 42-22 lead at the half, before the Bobcats came out flying to start the second half. Brandon outscored Winnipeg 26-13 in the third quarter to cut the Wesmen lead to 55-48 after three quarters. Winnipeg held off the charge, outscoring  Brandon 16-15 in the final quarter to secure the victory.

Nick Lother led the charge scoring 21 points for the Wesmen. Craig Sharpe added 14 points and Kelvin Smith finished with 13.

Kyrie Coleman finished with a double-double 13 points, 11 rebounds while Donovan Gayle had a team-high 15 points for the Bobcats. Rookie guard Jimi Falana added 11 points.

The win improves Winnipeg's record to 5-17. Brandon falls to 4-18. Winnipeg will wrap up their regular season schedule next Friday and Saturday in Lethbridge against the Pronghorns.


Friday, February 11, 2011


Women's Volleyball vs Brandon
Brandon def WESMEN 3-0 (25-16, 25-16, 25-20) Match Statistics

The Brandon University Bobcats defeated the Winnipeg Wesmen 3-0 (25-16, 25-16, 25-20) Friday evening at the Duckworth Centre in Winnipeg.

The win improves Brandon's record to 10-7. Winnipeg slips to 6-11 in the Canada West Conference standings.

Fifth year left side Teagan Hunter led Brandon with 10 kills. Jaryn Ruether finished with nine. Libero Donata Huebert led Brandon with a match high 20 digs. Meaghan Robertson and Claire Willerton each contributed five blocks. Setter Becky Young had 31 assists.

Second year left side Carleen Kruschel led the Wesmen with 10 kills. Fourth year middle Lauren Sears had eight kills and three blocks. Kaelyn Gauthier had a team high 14 digs. Setter Brittany Habing had 30 assists.

Strong net play by Brandon in the opening set played a big part in the Bobcats taking the first set 25-16. Brandon had six blocks in the set and finished the set with only two attacking errors with a hitting percentage of .357.

The Bobcats had control in the second set leading 8-5 at the first timeout and than outscored Winnipeg 8-3 to take a commanding 16-8 lead into the second break. Brandon eventually won the second set by a score of 25-16.

Winnipeg played tougher in set number three trailing 8-7 at the first timeout. Brandon extended their lead to 14-9, when Winnipeg scored four straight points to cut the deficit to 14-13. The Bobcats went on to lead 16-13 at the second break and closed out the match winning the third set 25-20.

Winnipeg still has a chance to make the playoffs and will look to rebound Saturday evening in the final regular season match of the 2010-2011 season. Match time is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.

 

Men's Volleyball vs Brandon

Brandon def WESMEN 3-0 (25-15, 25-20, 25-17) Match Statistics

In a match between provincial rivals the Brandon Bobcats came out on top. The Bobcats defeated the Winnipeg Wesmen 3-0 (25-15, 25-20, 25-17)

Brandon moves above .500 on the season with a record of 9-8. Winnipeg's record is now 2-15.

It was a record setting night for fifth year Bobcat Paul Sanderson. Sanderson finished the match with six service aces and took over as the Canada West All-Time leader in service aces with 144. Adam Ens of Saskatchewan previously held the record with 141 (1999-2004).

Sanderson led Brandon with 17 kills on the evening. Kevin Miller added nine. Setter Kyle Dellezay led Brandon with 10 digs and finished with 29 assists.

First year outside Ty Loewen led the Wesmen with six kills. Marc Ross and Nathaniel Therrien added four each. Therrien led the team with nine defensive digs. Setter Dominique Pereira filled in admirably for Dan Lother, finished with 23 assists.

The Bobcats were impressive in the opening set winning 25-15. The Bobcats had an attack percentage of .500 in the set. Sanderson had six kills in the opening set of the match.

Winnipeg came out strong in the second set and gave the Bobcats everything they could handle. Brandon led 8-4 at the first timeout and took a slim 16-13 lead into the second break. Winnipeg closed the gap to 17-16 but Brandon closed out the set outscoring the Wesmen 8-4 to win the second set 25-20.

Brandon continued to put pressure on Winnipeg in the third set. The Bobcats held a slim 8-6 lead at the first break and extended their lead to 16-10 at the second technical. The Bobcats closed out the match winning the third set 25-17.

Winnipeg will look to close out their season on a winning note, Saturday night in the second match of the series against the Bobcats. Match time is scheduled for 6:00 p.m.

Women's Basketball at Brandon
WESMEN 85  Brandon 32  Game Statistics

The Winnipeg Wesmen played an all-round solid game in defeating the Brandon Bobcats 85-32 Friday evening on the road in Brandon, Manitoba.

The win improves Winnipeg's record to 17-4, while the Bobcats fall to 0-21.

Four Wesmen finished in double-digit scoring, led by Yael Kaplan's 16 points. Caitlin Gooch added 12 points, Kaitlin Rempel added 11 and Amy Ogidan finished with 10 points. Ashleigh Chichlowski had a game-high 10 rebounds.

Sarah Lopes led the way for the Bobcats with seven points.

The win improves Winnipeg's record to 17-4, currently tied with the Regina Cougars in second place in the Canada West Conference standings. Brandon falls to 0-21.

The two teams will meet again Saturday night in Brandon. Game time is 6:00 p.m.


Men's Basketball at Brandon
WESMEN 84  Brandon 78  Game Statistics

It was a sweet homecoming for Wesmen head coach Mike Raimbault. The Winnipeg Wesmen defeated the Brandon Bobcats 84-78 Friday night in Brandon. 

It was the first game back in Brandon for the former Bobcat coach.

The win improves Winnipeg's record to 4-17, while the Bobcats fall to 4-17.

Kelvin Smith led the way for the Wesmen with 21 points and nine rebounds. Nick Lother added 20 points and five assists. Lynden Drayton-Barrow also had a big game putting up 16 points and eight rebounds.

Four Bobcats finished in double-digit scoring, led by O'Brian Wallace who finished with a double-double (17 points, 10 rebounds). Jordan Reaves contributed on both ends, also finishing with a double-double (16 points and a game-high 13 rebounds).

The two provincial rivals will wrap up their weekend series Saturday night in Brandon. Game time is scheduled for 8:00 p.m.



Saturday, February 12, 2011

6:00 p.m.  Men's Volleyball vs Brandon  Webcast/LiveStats

7:30 p.m.  Women's Volleyball vs Brandon Webcast/Livestats

6:00 p.m.  Women's Basketball at Brandon  Webcast  LiveStats

8:00 p.m.  Men's Basketball at Brandon  Webcast  LiveStats