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Chargers women’s basketball team finishes fourth while men collect back-to-back Bronze

Release Date: March 9, 2020

Despite a hard fought championship, the Chargers women fell to the Douglas Royals in the Bronze Medal Game of the 2020 PACWEST Provincial Basketball Championships, ending their season with a fourth-place overall finish. The Chargers men also made their way to the Bronze Medal Game where they defeated Okanagan College to finish as back-to-back Bronze Medalists.

Here’s the recap:

Women’s Quarterfinal Thursday, Feb.27 5:30 pm
Quarterfinals: No. 5-seed Camosun College Chargers 64 No. 4-seed Langara Falcons 56
Chloe Scaber netted 21 points and grabbed six rebounds to help the Chargers pull a mild upset over Langara. Scaber started strong and finished the same way with nine points in both the first and fourth quarters. Leading the way for Langara was forward Emma Jones with 21 points. Meagan Briggs was one rebound shy of a double-double for Langara. Camosun faces Vancouver Island University Friday at 5:30 p.m.
Players of the Game: CC – Chloe Scaber | LAN – Meagan Briggs

Women’s Semifinal Friday, Feb.28 5:30 pm
Semifinals: No. 1-seed Vancouver Island University Mariners 74 No. 5-seed Camosun College Chargers 51
Amber Lease led the way for VIU with 15 points while Madeline Hart contributed 10 points, three assists and four steals off the bench as the downed their Island rivals. Chloe Scaber continued her fine tournament for the Chargers with 15 points and also registered seven boards, four steals and three assists. VIU will play for gold Saturday at 5:30 p.m. against host Capilano University. Camosun faces Douglas College for the Bronze Medal Saturday at 12:30 p.m.
Players of the Game: VIU – Amber Lease | CC – Sierra Reisig

Women’s Bronze Medal Game Saturday, Feb.29 12:30 pm
Douglas College Royals 74 Camosun College Chargers 63
Sydney Fraess scored 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to help the Royals claim the Bronze. Chloe Scaber had another fine Game for the Chargers as she drained 21 points on 8-of-17 shooting.
Players of the Game: DC – Cassie Brinn | CC – Aiden Kilcommons

Women’s Tournament All-Stars
Jessica Castillo – Douglas College
Reiko Ohama – Capilano University
Kate Mallette – Capilano University
Madeline Hart – Vancouver Island University
Amber Lease – Vancouver Island University
MVP – Shayce Johnston, Vancouver Island University

Men's Quarterfinal Thursday, Feb.27 3:00 pm
Quarterfinals: Camosun College Chargers 89 Langara College Falcons 84
Despite a Game-high 39 points from Moeiz Athaya, the Langara Falcons were bested by the No. 4-seed Chargers Thursday afternoon. Shaquille Maharaj led the Chargers with 36 points while Atlas St. Paul-Butler dropped 18 including four from beyond the three-point arc. The Chargers will now take on the No. 1-seed Douglas College Royals in an 8 p.m. start Friday.
Players of the Game: CC – Shaquille Maharaj | LC – Moeiz Athaya
RECAP | PHOTOS | BOXSCORE (unavailable)

Men's Semifinal Friday, Feb.28 8:00 pm
Semifinals: No. 1-seed Douglas College Royals 102 | No. 4-seed Camosun College Chargers 68
Royals backcourt tandem of Dylan Kinley and Courtney Anderson went for 21 and 20 points respectively to lead the Royals past the Chargers in Friday night’s Semifinal. The score was tied at 23 after the first quarter as Camosun’s Isaiah Romanow hit a late three. Douglas began to assert themselves in the second, outscoring Camsoun 33-17 to take a 16-point lead to the locker room. Royals big man Bollo Gnohore played just 16 minutes off the bench but changed the complexion of the Game with two thunderous dunks in the second half while his length changed every Chargers look at the basket. Shaquille Maharaj scored 15 for the Chargers while PACWEST All-Rookie team member Takeshi Croke notched 14 off the bench. Douglas plays VIU for gold on Saturday with tip off at 8 p.m. Camosun plays Okanagan College at 3 p.m. for Bronze.
Players of the Game: DC – Dylan Kinley | CC – Atlas St. Paul-Butler

Men's Bronze Medal Game Saturday, Feb.29 3:00 pm
Camosun College Chargers 84 Okanagan College Coyotes 70
Shaquille Maharaj scored 31 points while Atlas St. Paul-Butler had 22, lifting the Chargers to a Bronze finish. As was their custom at the tournament, OC started slowly with just 23 points at halftime and played better in the second half but not well enough to pull off the comeback. Seth Blundell led the Coyotes with 25 points.
Players of the Game: CC – Matthew Gray | OC – Seth Blundell

Men's Tournament All-Stars
Shaquille Maharaj – Camosun College
Tyus Barfoot – Vancouver Island University
Cameron Gay – Vancouver Island University
Reese Morris – Douglas College
Cameron Morris – Douglas College
MVP – Courtney Anderson, Douglas College


Bonita Joe
Marketing Officer, Camosun Chargers Athletics • 250-588-7027

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