BARRIE, ON: The Humber Hawks are just a step away from a shot at OCAA gold, but that step is a big one, as they not only play the East Division champion Georgian Grizzlies, they will pay them in the den of the bear.
TORONTO, ON: The Humber Hawks and St. Clair Saints matched up in the OCAA semi-final last year in Windsor, and the two will take to the court in with the same “trip to the gold medal game” on the line on Friday night at Centennial College. The first serve is set for 8:00 pm.
TORONTO, ON: For the second time this season, Hamilton’s Mohawk Mountaineers almost did something that has not been done in the last 150 OCAA regular season and playoff matches involving the Humber Hawks women’s volleyball team. And, that is knock off the 10-time OCAA champion Hawks. The first was in Hamilton earlier this year, as the Mountaineers ran out to a 2-0 set lead and held a lead in the third and possibly last set. Humber responded to win three straight sets to take the match and keep the streak alive.
BARRIE, ON: The Humber Hawks men’s volleyball team started the 2018 OCAA Men’s Volleyball in fine fashion, as they defeated the Conestoga Condors 3-1 (25-15, 25-19, 29-31, 25-16) and have now advanced to the OCAA Semi-Finals. The match is set for 8:00 pm on Friday night against the host and number one team from the East, the Georgian Grizzlies. The Grizzlies advanced to the semi-final by way of a 3-0 win over the Niagara Knights.
TORONTO, ON: The Humber Hawks have experienced incredible success over the last number of years, but significant individual honours have eluded them lately. This came to an end after a four-year hiatus on Thursday morning at the 2018 OCAA Women’s Volleyball Championship Awards Banquet, as second-year standout Breanna Golding was selected as the an OCAA West Division First Team All-Star, and CCAA All-Canadian.
TORONTO, ON: The Humber Hawks, 2017 West Division champions by way of a perfect 18-0 regular season record, saw a number of its players honoured with post-season awards on Thursday morning at the 2018 OCAA Women’s Volleyball Championship Awards Banquet.
BARRIE, ON: The Humber Hawks, the number six ranked team in the country, had three players honoured with post-season awards on Thursday morning at the 2018 OCAA Men’s Volleyball Championship Awards Banquet.
ETOBICOKE, ON: The Humber Hawks women’s indoor soccer team will take to the pitch for the last time prior to the 2018 OCAA Regionals. The defending OCAA champions will switch post-secondary school streams and participate in the Ryerson Invitational on Thursday, February 22. This event, which is being played at the Downsview Park Hangar, will feature a number of top OUA teams.
ETOBICOKE, ON: The Humber Hawks men’s volleyball team, currently ranked as the number six team in the nation, will open the 2018 OCAA volleyball championships on Thursday evening at Georgian College in Barrie with a match-up with a familiar foe in the West Division’s Conestoga Condors.
ETOBICOKE, ON: The Humber Hawks women’s volleyball team, winners of the last ten straight OCAA championships, will look to for number eleven as they open the 2018 championships at Centennial College on Thursday night. The opponent will be a familiar one, as the Humber squad will face another West Division team in the Mohawk Mountaineers from Hamilton.
HAMILTON, ON: The Humber Hawks badminton team continue to shine on the provincial stage, as three teams won their discipline and took home OCAA Provincial Gold Medals on Saturday at Mohawk College in Hamilton.
ETOBICOKE, ON: The Humber Hawks women's volleyball team defeated the La Cite Coyotes 3-0 on Saturday at the Humber Athletic Centre, and now advance to the OCAA Championships next week at Centennial College.
HAMILTON, ON: To say that Hawk women have dominated the OCAA Badminton Player of the Year awards over the past number of years is truly an understatement, as evidenced by a Humber student-athlete receiving the award for the ninth year in a row. This year the award for top female player in the province was awarded to second-year sensation Chloe Rowe of the Humber Hawks.
HAMILTON, ON: Six Humber Hawks student-athletes were honored as 2018 OCAA Badminton All-Stars on Friday in Hamilton at the OCAA Badminton Championship Breakfast.
The six Humber players were OCAA West Division Regional Champions in their disciplines.
Second year sensation Chloe Rowe was also honored as the 2017 OCAA Female Badminton Player of the Year. This was the ninth consecutive year that a Humber player was recognized as the top female player in the province.
Chloe Rowe & Elizabeth Duong
Darcy Schmidt & Cameron Lai
Crystal Qu (Yuying) & Arpit Teneja
All players will now enter play this afternoon in search of another OCAA championship. Play commences this afternoon in Hamilton at Mohawk College, and will continue until Saturday afternoon and medal round play.
ETOBICOKE, ON: The OCAA has instituted a new playoff format this year, one that forces the first and second place teams in each division to earn their way to the Final 8 Championship by winning a crossover playoff game. Previously, byes to the championship dance were passed on to the host and the top ranking teams in each division.
ETOBICOKE, ON: The Humber Hawks men’s volleyball team suffered a defeat for the first time in 15 games to end the regular season, but based on their 15-3 record, have placed second in the West and earned a home playoff crossover game. The East Division’s seventh placing team, the Algonquin Thunder, will travel to Etobicoke on Saturday for a do-or-die match with the Hawks. The winner will move onto the Final 8 at Georgian College, while the loser will look forward to the 2018/19 season.