ETOBICOKE, ON: The Humber Hawks men’s volleyball team (5-2, 2nd West) rebounded from a come from behind loss in the first set (25-27) by the Niagara Knights (4-2, 3rd West) to sweep the next three sets (25-18, 25-17, 25-19) to win the match 3-1.
ETOBICOKE, ON: The Humber Hawks women’s volleyball team (7-0, 1st West) were close to perfection over the first two sets, and then closed out the match in the third, in a 3-0 (25-12, 25-15, 25-23) win on home court against the dangerous Niagara Knights (4-2, 3rd West) club.
ETOBICOKE, ON: In what is the first of three consecutive home games to end first semester action, the Humber Hawks women’s volleyball team will host the Niagara Knights on Wednesday night at the Humber Athletic Centre.
ETOBICOKE, ON: In what is the first of three consecutive home games to end first semester action, the Humber Hawks Men’s volleyball team will host the Niagara Knights on Wednesday night at the Humber Athletic Centre.
OAKVILLE, ON: For the second time in the first six games of the season, the Humber Hawks men’s volleyball (4-2, 4th West) team once again won a marathon match, this time a 3-2 (17-25, 25-20, 18-25, 25-23, 15-13) road victory in Oakville over the Sheridan Bruins (2-3, 7th West).
OAKVILLE, ON: The Humber Hawks women’s volleyball team ran their regular season record to 6-0 by way of a straight three set win (25-16, 27-25, 25-18) road win over the Sheridan Bruins on Saturday afternoon in Oakville. With the loss, the Bruins drop to 2-3 on the season. This is Sheridan’s third straight loss, after a solid 2-0 start.
The Hawks soared early, controlling the set from front to back, extending their lead throughout the set.
The second set saw the Bruins command the play and the scoreboard for most of the set, including holding a 21-16 lead late. It was at this point that the Hawks serving became more than the Bruins could handle. A huge 11-4 run led to Humber to the set win.
The third and final set was eerily similar to the opener, as the Hawks led from the start and did not let the host squad get close enough to steal the set.
Humber will return to the court this coming Wednesday, as they host the Niagara Knights at the Humber Athletic Centre with a first serve set for 6:00 pm.
ETOBICOKE, ON: With a strong and consistent performance that controlled the pace throughout the game, the Humber Hawk’s men’s volleyball team came out victorious in a well-fought match against the Conestoga Condors on Wednesday night, winning 3-0 (25-18, 25-23, 25-16).
ETOBICOKE, ON: The Humber Hawks women’s volleyball team returned home and continued their winning ways Wednesday night, facing off against the Conestoga Condors and improving to 5-0 on the season with a textbook home win in three straight sets.
ETOBICOKE, ON: The Humber Hawks women’s volleyball team (4-0, 1st West) return home for the first time since the season opener on October 26, as they will entertain the Conestoga Condors (1-4, 9th West) on Wednesday.
ETOBICOKE, ON: The Humber Hawks men’s volleyball team (2-2, 5th West) return home for the first time since the season opener on October 26, as they will entertain the Conestoga Condors (2-3, 6th West) on Wednesday.
BLAINVILLE, QC: With big expectations, the Humber Hawks men’s and women’s cross country teams returned to the CCAA National championships this past weekend, hosted by Cegep Lionel-Groulx, and left very satisfied.
Ceejay Nofuente became the first player in Humber women’s basketball history to reach the 1000-point mark with a three-pointer in the second quarter of a 102-43 win over Redeemer (2-3, 6th West) Saturday afternoon.
The No. 6 Humber Hawks men’s basketball team (5-0, 1st West) faced off against the No. 10 Redeemer Royals, (4-0, 2nd West) in a matchup of the top two teams in the OCAA West Division, with Humber losing a nail-biter 88-83.
HAMILTON, ON: It looked like the Hawks streak of 133 straight OCAA regular season and playoff wins was in serious jeopardy on Friday night against the host Mohawk Mountaineers. Humber dropped the first two sets, and after snaring the third, found themselves down 17-9 in the fourth and possibly last set of the match. An incredible run brought them all the way back, and actually winning by a score of 25-22, based on a run of 16-5 to end the set. The fifth was tight over the first few points, but it was Humber held a small lead most of the way. In fact, they held a three point lead into the early teens. Mohawk would not go away and were a single point away from pushing the marathon match into extra points in the final set. The Hawks scored the final point to win the set 15-13 and the match 3-2.
HAMILTON, ON: The Hawks were a step closer to having their full roster available, and that was a huge factor in Humber’s second win on the season, a 3-1 win over the Mohawk Mountaineers. Freshman Dylan Devecseri was back on the scene after a pre-season injury that left him off the playing roster for the first three regular season games. His impact was instant. The Hawks ran out to an improbable easy first set win, not allowing the host team a chance to get into the match early. The defending champions from Mohawk responded as champions do, with a solid set win from start to finish. The third saw the Hawks go behind by three, and then tie, only to go behind by three again and again. But, when they finally grabbed the lead, they kept it for good. The fourth and final set mirrored the third in many ways, including the 25-20 set score.