ETOBICOKE, Ont: On Sunday, the Humber men's baseball team take on George Brown College to honour the school’s 50th anniversary. The Hawks are coming off a great weekend in which saw them win three out of four games (1-1 with St. Clair, 2-0 with Fanshawe) and are looking to continue the momentum into this matchup. Last season, the Hawks went 4-0 against the Huskies, with one game going extra innings.
ETOBICOKE, Ont: Coming off the excitement of their marathon double header with Durham, the Hawks return to action Sunday as they travel to Hamilton for a matchup with Mohawk College. Humber comes into action 7-3 (3rd OCAA) against the Mohawk Mountaineers (2-6, 5th OCAA). Last season, the Hawks won their season series 3-1 with the Mountaineers.
SHANTY BAY, ON: The Humber Hawks men’s and women’s golf team are soaring in pre-season, as they swept their way to both team and individual titles on Thursday afternoon at Heritage Hills Golf Club in Shanty Bay.
ETOBICOKE, Ont: After a split on the weekend, the Hawks return to action Thursday as they travel to Oshawa for a mid-week matchup with Durham College. Humber comes into action 6-2 (2nd OCAA) against the reigning OCAA gold medalist Durham Lords (4-2, 3rd OCAA). Last season, the Hawks split their season series with the Lords, which included three one-run games.
ETOBICOKE, Ont: Once again it was a beautiful day for baseball as the Hawks were at home Sunday at Connorvale Park against the Fanshawe Falcons. Fanshawe (4-4) came into action against the Hawks losing both games against Durham College on Saturday. Sunday’s matchup would see the Hawks win both games 6-2, and 15-5.
BRAMPTON, ON: The Humber Hawks women’s softball team (6-2) defeated the St. Clair Saints (8-2) by a score of 5-3 in game two of the doubleheader on Sunday afternoon at the Brampton Fairgrounds. Game one saw the Saints shutout the Hawks down 6-0. With the win in the finale, Humber split the weekend, finishing win two wins and two losses.
ETOBICOKE, ON: The schedule results page will indicate a split in the doubleheader between the defending champion St. Clair Saints (5-1) and the host Humber Hawks (2-2), but the story was the one hit, complete game shutout game two win by veteran Steven Hough. Game one saw the Saints march away with a solid 7-2 win, and game two was a 6-0 whitewashing by the Hawks. The shutout loss was the first the St. Clair squad had surrendered in their OCAA baseball history.
LONDON, ON: The Humber Hawks men's and women's cross country ran their first race of the season Saturday in London. In what was a steamy and sweltering day, the Hawks teams took team silver medals.
Hawk ladies 2nd w a score of 50.
Kaitlin Shevera place 4 w a time of 24:02.
Men placed 2nd score of 54.
Shawn Acrey 28:13. Placing 5th.