BIBLE HILL - The Dalhousie Rams are looking to get things started on the right foot this weekend in Atlantic Colleges Athletic Association basketball action.
Both the Rams men and women host the Crandall Chargers Sunday at Langille Athletic Centre before the Mount Allison Mounties visit Sunday.
The men take on the Chargers at 2 p.m. while the women battle at noon.
On Sunday, the men are scheduled for a 4:30 p.m. tipoff while the women are slated for a 2:30 p.m. start.
The Rams women (1-6) will be eager to chase a second victory of the season against the last-place Chargers (0-8) while the Rams men (1-6) will be in tough against the Chargers men (7-1), who lead the conference.
Mount Allison sits fourth in both the men's and women's standings with 4-3 records.
Rams men point guard Ty Borden said getting off to a good start to 2014 will be important in setting the tone for the rest of the season for his team, which he says learned a lot about itself in the first half of the campaign.
"We just want to come out strong after the break," the 18-year-old Valley resident, said. "Losing earlier this season really helped us find out what we're good at and we focused a lot of time on how to be consistent and play good basketball."