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HAWKS LOOK TO BUILD ON SOLID START WITH TWO GAMES IN SUDBURY

HAWKS LOOK TO BUILD ON SOLID START WITH TWO GAMES IN SUDBURY

Preview by Aideena Wickstrom 

ETOBICOKE, ON: Following an exciting home opener against Redeemer, the mens volleyball team is set to travel to Sudbury for a pair of league games. They are scheduled to play Cambrian on the 3rd, followed by Boréal on the 4th

THE MATCH UP

Humber Hawks vs Cambrian Golden Shield
1-0                                0-1

Cambrian College, Sudbury ON

Saturday, November 3rd
8:00pm (or 30 minutes after the women's game) 

LAST TIME OUT VS CAMBRIAN

The Hawks last faced Cambrian on February 11th at Cambrian. Taking home the win, the Hawks downed them 3-0. (25-13, 25-16, 25-12) 

SCOUTING CAMBRIAN

  • Currently 0-1 after losing 3-0 to Sheridan
  • The Golden Shield have 6 new players and 9 returning
  • Cambrian trails the Hawks in all-time regular season match-ups by a mark of 22-1 

 

THE MATCH UP

Humber Hawks vs Boreal Vipers
1-0                                0-1
College Boreal, Sudbury ON

Sunday, November 4th  
2:00pm (or 30 minutes after the women's game) 

LAST TIME OUT VS BOREAL

The last time the Hawks faced off against the Vipers was in the 2017/18 season. In this match, they devastated Boréal on their home territory 3-0. Non returning player Jackson Brear was the top scorer with 8 kills. (25-17, 25-20, 25-19) 

SCOUTING BOREAL

  • They have five new players and 10 returning
  • Lost 3-0 to Sheridan last week, making their record 0-1
  • Humber is 15-0 all-time vs Boreal in regular season play

  

HAWK NOTES

  • The Hawks are currently 1-0 after a thrilling 5 set match against Redeemer
  • #0, Kamyn Wilkins earned an impressive 21 kills against Redeemer
  • Starter John Obie is healed and set to play, as he sat out the last game 

 

HISTORY WATCH

  • Kamyn Wilkins added 2 more aces onto his stat sheet on October 25th. This places his overall career aces at 34. Currently ranked no. 4 for overall aces in a Humber Varsity career, he is now only 5 aces behind claiming 3rd place
  • With 334 career wins to his credit, head coach Wayne Wilkins only trails his brother Chris (WVB head coach) in all-time wins by a Humber coach

 

WATCH LIVE

 

NEXT TIME ON HOME COURT

  • Thursday, November 15 vs Mohawk