Rams trounced by Tommies in college hoops

Staff ~ The Truro Daily News
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BIBLE HILL – It was a tough day on the court Sunday for the Dalhousie Rams basketball squads.

The men were defeated 90-39 by the St. Thomas Tommies while the women’s side was shellacked 120-16 in the same matchup at Langille Athletic Centre.

The results leave the men winless through 14 games this season and in last place in the eight-team conference. The women (1-13) are also at the bottom of the standings.

Tyler MacDonald paced the Rams with 15 points while Ian Kamp collected 12.

Nathan Mazurkiewicz netted a game-high 17 for the Tommies (10-4), who opened a 23-6 lead in the first quarter.

Hillary Hopper’s seven points topped the Rams scoring list while Brookfield’s Jessica Leck netted four. Olivia Dobbelsteyn scored 19 for St. Thomas (14-0), which held the Rams to just one point in the second quarter.

The Rams are in action Saturday when they travel to Mount Allison to take on the Mounties.

Organizations: Dalhousie Rams

Geographic location: St. Thomas, Mount Allison

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  • TimeforChange
    January 28, 2013 - 04:37

    What is going on over there? It is time to take advantage of the Dalhousie connection and put at least a reasonably competitive basketball team(s) on the floor. If not it might be time to leave the league and invest the team budget in an intramural league. A missed opportunity that gets missed year after year.