Game Times (PST)
Canada West conference games
|UBCO||TALE OF THE TAPE||GMU|
|60.4||Points per game||58.7|
|21.8||FG made per game||21.1|
|62.3||FG attempts per game||61.6|
|4.7||3PT made per game||5.1|
|19.7||3PT attempts per game||17.4|
|12.3||FT made per game||11.5|
|16.6||FT attempt per game||15.5|
|12.5||Off rebounds per game||12.8|
|25.5||Def rebounds per game||25.8|
|38.0||Total rebounds per game||38.5|
|-5.8||Rebound margin per game||-4.1|
|11.4||Assists per game||13.6|
|19.4||Turnovers per game||21.3|
|9.5||Steals per game||11.8|
|72.2||Points per game allowed||63.7|
|41.8||Opponents' Field goal percentage||37.1|
|32.6||Opponents' 3PT percentage||28.9|
CIS National Ranking: N/A
CanWest Standings: 15th
Last week: 1-1 @ LET
2015-16 CW Regular Season Record: 10-10, 4th Explorer Division
2015-16 CW Playoff Record: DNQ
2015-16 Overall Record: 15-15
Last CW Title/Total CW Titles: N/A
Last CIS Title/Total CIS Titles: N/A
This Week for the Heat: The UBC Okanagan women are on the road this weekend, travelling to Edmonton to take on the MacEwan Griffins on Friday and Saturday.
Current Form: With a conference record of 3-13, the Heat women are currently in 15th in the Canada West standings. They are coming off of a weekend split against the Lethbridge Pronghorns last weekend, and will be looking to move past MacEwan in the standings towards one of the three remaining playoff spots.
Team Stat: With a pair of wins this weekend the Heat would pull into a tie for the final spot in the playoffs. UBCO has more wins on the road than at home this season (2-1). The Heat have continued their success at the charity stripe, and currently sit fifth in the conference in free throw percentage, at 74%.
Key Players: Emily Kanester currently leads the Heat women in scoring, averaging 12.6 points per game. Jordan Korol has the team’s best field goal percentage so far this season, shooting 51.1%. Korol also leads the team in rebounding, with a current average of 7.4 per game. Nicole Hart set a school record in blocks in a game last weekend in Lethbridge (01/28/17) with four. (Stats for blocks only go back to 2006).
Overall Head to Head vs. MacEwan (1-7): The Heat and Griffins have met eight times since 2012. MacEwan have won the last seven contests, after the Heat took the first game between them 85-80 in overtime back on November 21, 2014.
MACEWAN UNIVERSTIY GRIFFINS (4-12)
CIS National Ranking: N/A
CanWest Standings: 13th
Last week: 0-2 vs. WPG
2015-16 CW Regular Season Record: 17-3, 1st Explorer Division
2015-16 CW Playoff Record: 2-2, fourth at Canada West Final Four
2015-16 Overall Record: N/A
Last CW Title/Total CW Titles: 0
Last CIS Title/Total CIS Titles: 0
Griffins coming into this weekend: MacEwan currently sit 13th in the Canada West standings with a record of 4-12. They are currently on an eight-game losing streak, dating back to December 1.
Schedule Notes: The Griffins have faced five teams with winning records so far this season, and against those teams have a record of 1-9. Their last win came against Mount Royal, in the second game of a weekend sweep on November 25.
Key Players: Kendall Lydon leads the Griffins in scoring, with an average of 15.5 points per game. Their most accurate long-range shooter is Juhee Thompson, with a three-point shooting percentage of 45.2%.
Team Stat: The Griffins are the second-best free throw shooting team in Canada West, currently hitting 74.2% from the charity stripe.
Key additions (name / position / eligibility / hometown / last team):
Kathryn Sutherland / G / 1 / Spruce Grove, AB / Spruce Grove Composite
Ellie McCarthy / F / 1 / Kelowna, BC / Kelowna Secondary School
Kristen Monfort-Palomino / PG / 2 / Calgary, AB / SAIT
Juhee Thompson / PG / 3 / Mountain View, AB / University of Lethbridge
Key losses (name / position / hometown / years with program):
Megan Wood / F / Edmonton, AB / 5
Kelly Fagan / F / St. Albert, AB / 5
Kelly O'Hallahan / G / New Zealand / 2
Kendall Lydon / Point Guard / 5th-year / Chehalis, Washington