|Game Info||3 Humber vs Conestoga|
|Date||Thurs. Jan. 24|
|Venue||North Campus Gym|
|Watch Live||Click Here|
|Live Stats||Click Here|
|Series Record||Humber leads, 30-3|
|Last Meeting||W, 85-69 (11/14/18)|
No. 3 Humber men's basketball (13-0, 1st West) will conclude its three-game homestand Thursday when Conestoga (0-13, 11th West) visits the North Campus Gym.
The game will be streamed live on the Hawks Sports Network at 8 p.m. with Matt Hamel and Kyle Dalton on the call.
Last Time Out
Humber will conclude its season series with Conestoga Thursday. All-time, Humber basketball owns a 13-3 record against the Condors at home, including ten straight victories. Conestoga's last victory at the North Campus Gym came during the 1982-83 season.
- After rejoining the OCAA last season, Conestoga has experienced the expected growing pains of a new program, accumulating a 4-29 (.121) record since 2017.
- 2018 All-Rookie Shequell Gilgeneous-Glasgow returns for his second season and is averaging 23.1 PPG.
- Five of Conestoga's 13 losses have been by ten points or less this season.
- The Condors offence is averaging more points-per-game this season than six east division teams.
- Former Humber recruit Cham Ujullu has joined Conestoga for the second half and is averaging 8.0 PPG through two games this season.
Freshman Khalid Ismail recorded a career-high 15 points – 13 in the fourth quarter – to lead Humber to a road win at Conestoga on Nov. 14, 85-69. Jaylan Morgan added 14 points, while Fowzi Mohamoud rounded out Humber's double-digit scorers with 12 points.
Despite the 16-point victory, the Condors were playing without Gilgeneous-Glasgow, who is currently sixth in the league in scoring.
The Hawks are leading the division in scoring efficiency, shooting 45.0 per cent from the floor. Fourth-year forward Jaylan Morgan is converting at a 61.2 per cent clip, the best mark for any player averaging five-plus shot attempts per game.
Moving On Up
Playing in his 83rd career OCAA regular season game, senior Curwin Elvis dropped a career-high 26 points, moving into a tie for 14th place with C.J. Bennett on Humber's career scoring list. With seven games remaining, Elvis has a chance to become the first player in program history to play in 90 regular season games.
|HUMBER ALL-TIME SCORING LIST|
|1. Patrick Rhodd||69||1164|
|2. George McNeil||75||1148|
|3. Tyrone Dickson||72||847|
|4. Gibson Eduful||88||823|
|5. Clyde Walters||88||763|
|6. Henry Frazer||66||757|
|7. Locksley Turner||55||729|
|8. Jason Daley||51||698|
|9. Steve McGregor||38||665|
|10. Fitzroy Lightbody||50||664|
|11. Doug Lawrie||57||659|
|12. Wayne Ambrose||51||659|
|13. Akeem Sween||45||639|
Best Things in Life Are Free
In Sunday's win over Fanshawe, Humber hit a program record 31 free throws.
The Hawks have won 13 games to start the season, the best start to a season under a first-year head coach. Under the guidance of head coach Samson Downey, Humber is on pace to average the second-highest scoring average in team history.
Home Is Where the Heart Is
Since the beginning of the 1990 season, the Hawks are 207-24 (.896) at the North Campus Gym.
No. 3 Humber will head on the road for a two-game weekend series with Sault (0-11, 10th West), Feb. 2-3.