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No. 4 Women's Basketball Back at Home this Weekend

Game Info 4 Humber vs Lambton
Date Sat. Nov. 23
Tip-off 2 p.m.
Venue North Campus Gym
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Series Record Humber leads, 17-2
Last Meeting W, 87-50 (1/13/19)
Streak W5
Game Info 4 Humber vs 13 St. Clair
Date Sun. Nov. 24
Tip-off 1 p.m.
Venue North Campus Gym
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Series Record Humber leads, 23-12
Last Meeting W, 84-66 (1/12/19)
Streak W5

The Storyline
No. 4 Humber women's basketball (5-0, 1st West) looks to extend its win streak with a back-to-back over the weekend. The Hawks welcome Lambton (5-3, 4th West) on Nov. 23 at 2 p.m., followed by No. 13 St. Clair (5-1, 3rd West) on Nov. 24 at 1 p.m. Both games will be streamed live on the Hawks Sports Network.

Last Time Out
The Hawks cruised to its fifth straight victory on Nov. 15 at Niagara, 105-60. First-year Kia Watt dropped a career-high 20 points, while Brittney English grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds. Humber eclipsed the 100-point mark for the 11th time in the Coach Sharma era.

Scouting Lambton

  • After beginning the season with five straight wins, the Lions have lost four straight games entering this contest.
  • Cassidy Crowe is leading the team in scoring, averaging 15.3 ppg.
  • Humber is 10-0 all-time against Lambton at home.

Scouting No. 13 St Clair

  • The Saints opened the season as the eighth-ranked program in the CCAA.
  • St. Clair's only loss this season was to No. 9 Fanshawe on the road.
  • The Kucera sisters are leading the team in scoring, combining for 37.1 ppg.
  • Humber is 11-5 all-time against the Saints at home – including 11 straight wins. St. Clair's last win at the North Campus Gym was on Jan. 31, 2009.
  • The Saints are the top-ranked rebounding team in the West, averaging 50.7 boards per game.

The Hawks opened the season as the 14th ranked program in the country. With five straight wins and a victory over No. 5 Fanshawe, Humber now sits at No. 4.

Back on Top
Led by Miea Campbell-Johnson's 15.2 ppg, the Hawks are the highest-scoring offence in the province.

Pass the Rock
With the addition of Felicia Velasquez, the Hawks are averaging 19.8 assists per game – the second most in the conference.

Home Sweet Home
Humber is 225-46 (.830) all-time in the regular season when playing at home. Under head coach Ajay Sharma, the Hawks are 75-7 (.915) at the North Campus Gym.

Getting Buckets
Miea Campbell-Johnson, Ivana Twumasi, Kia Watt, and Jahnae Gyles are all averaging over 10 ppg this season.

What's Next?
No. 4 Humber basketball will head on the road to play Sault (0-6, 8th West) Nov. 30 and Dec. 1.