|Tournament||2018 CCAA National Championship|
|Match Info||Humber v. Langara|
|Time||12:30 p.m. AT / 11:30 a.m. ET|
|Venue||Terry Fox Sports Complex|
|Watch Live||Click Here|
|Playoff Series||Humber leads, 1-0|
|Last Meeting||W, 1-0 (11/6/01)|
Humber men's soccer will be making its 12th appearance at the national dance and will open the 2018 tournament on Nov. 7 against the PACWEST wildcard, Langara Falcons. Kickoff is set for 11:30 a.m. ET.
Last Time Out
Humber returned to the OCAA mountaintop Oct. 27, knocking off provincial rival Sheridan, 2-1, in the championship final. It was Humber's seventh title since 2010.
- Competing in the tough PACWEST conference, Langara finished in third with a 3-7-2 record.
- In the PACWEST semifinals, the unranked Falcons pulled off a major upset over No. 2 Douglas in penalty kicks.
- Emmanuel Ekeh led the Falcons offensively, recording ten goals in 12 matches this season. Between the pipes, Aleks Kalajdzic finished with a 2-4-1 record with a 2.92 goals-against-average.
- Humber and Langara met in the 2001 CCAA final, with the Hawks claiming their second national championship in a 1-0 victory. Gaston Bizera recorded the lone tally for Humber.
With a win, Humber will face the winner of NAIT/St. Thomas in the semifinal. NAIT captured the ACAC conference championship. St. Thomas fell in the ACAC title match to Holland College, 2-1.
- Humber and Capilano own the most national titles in the country, each with six. If both programs win out, they would meet in the finals to break the tie.
- All-time, Humber owns a 27-6 (.818) record at nationals, including a 10-1 record in the quarterfinal round.
- Under head coach Mike Aquino, the Hawks are 9-0 at the dance.
- The Hawks have won 13 consecutive national matches, dating back to Nov. 11, 2011.
- Jordan Piccinin leads all Humber players with three CCAA tallies. Karman Singh sits third all-time with three clean sheets, two behind four-time national champion Eugenio Garro.
With a win, Humber will face the winner of NAIT/St. Thomas in the semifinal on Nov. 8 at 2:30 p.m.