No. 11 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL CONCLUDES HOMESTAND THURSDAY

Game Info 11 Humber vs Conestoga
Date Thurs. Jan. 24
Tip-off 6 p.m.
Venue North Campus Gym
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Series Record Humber leads, 16-0
Last Meeting W, 68-45 (11/14/18)
Streak L1

The Storyline
No. 11 Humber women's basketball (11-2, 2nd West) will conclude its three-game homestand Jan. 24 against Conestoga (5-8, 7th West) at the North Campus Gym.

The game will be streamed live on the Hawks Sports Network at 6 p.m. with Andrew Milani and Adam Lucier on the call.

Last Time Out

The Matchup
No. 11 Humber will conclude its regular season series Thursday with Conestoga. Humber owns a 7-0 regular season home record against the Condors – dating back to the 1983 season.

Scouting Conestoga

  • The Condors rank 15th in the league in scoring, averaging 54.3 PPG.
  • Conestoga rejoined the OCAA last season, finishing the year 5-15. Through 13 games this season, the Condors have already matched their win total from 2017-18.
  • Second-year forward Jamila Beckford is leading Conestoga in scoring. During Saturday's loss to Sheridan, the Waterloo native surpassed the 500-point mark for her career.

Previous Meeting
Humber cruised to a 68-45 victory at Conestoga on Nov. 14. Leticia Lopez scored a game-high 27 points on seven-of-16 (43.8 per cent) from three-point range. Makeba Taylor and Brittania Brown scored 13 points, each, while Jaime Gordon grabbed a team-high nine rebounds in the win.

Snapped
Humber's loss to No. 2 Fanshawe on Jan. 20 snapped its win streak at 46 consecutive games at the North Campus Gym.

Defence Wins Championships
The Hawks are holding opponents to a league-low 29.5 per cent (267-of-905) shooting from the floor.

Lucky 13
Against Fanshawe, senior Leticia Lopez became the 13th student-athlete to join the 500-point club while playing in a Humber uniform. Including her two seasons at Loyalist, Lopez has recorded 820 points in the OCAA.

Boarding
Humber leads the league on the glass, averaging a conference-best 53.7 RPG.

Doubling Down
Through 12 games, third-year forward Miea Campbell-Johnson has recorded a team-best six double-doubles.

#StriveForFive
The Hawks are looking to become the first program in OCAA history to win five straight provincial titles.

What's Next?
No. 11 Humber will head on the road for a two-game weekend series with Sault (0-12, 11th West) Feb. 2-3.