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UNDEFEATED HAWKS TRAVEL TO OAKVILLE FOR KEY MATCH WITH SHERIDAN

UNDEFEATED HAWKS TRAVEL TO OAKVILLE FOR KEY MATCH WITH SHERIDAN

Preview by Aideena Wickstrom

ETOBICOKE, ON: The Humber Hawks will look to ride their regular season unbeaten streak to six games, as they will head to Oakville on Wednesday to play a tough Sheridan Bruins squad. 

THE MATCH-UP

Humber "Hawks" vs Sheridan "Bruins"
5-0, 2nd West                   3-2, 4th West
Wednesday, November 21/18
8:00pm (or 30 minutes after the women's game ends)
Sheridan College, Oakville 

LAST TIME OUT VS SHERIDAN

These two teams last faced off on February 4th of the 2017-18 season. In this match, the Hawks battled hard and came out with a 3-0 win. Kamyn Wilkins had 6 aces, while Andrew Blakey guarded the net with 4 blocks. (30-28, 25-19, 25-17) 

SCOUTING SHERIDAN

  • The Bruins carry a 14 player roster, with eight rookies.
  • Their top scorer is Andre Zopf, with 38 kills, but Pavir Jhajj checks in with 14 kills in the only match he has played in this season
  • Sheridan has earned a total of 163 kills this season, averaging at 9.59 kills per set
  • The current record between the Bruins and Hawks is 36-15 in the Hawks favour 

HAWK NOTES

  • The Hawks are currently undefeated, only dropping two sets so far this season
  • Lead scorers from the Hawks are Kamyn Wilkins and Rafael Hilario with 58 and 35 kills, respectively
  • Wilkins currently sits in fourth place on the OCAA leaders listing, with a pace of 4.6 points per set average
  • Humber has earned 200 kills so far, and have an 11.11 kills per set average 

HISTORY WATCH

  • Wayne Wilkins, the head coach for the men's volleyball team, continues to stay just seven wins behind brother Chris Wilkins, who is the head coach for the women's volleyball team. They are currently head to head for the title of Humber's "Winningest Coach" 

WATCH LIVE

 If you are not able to attend the game, you can LIVE stream them here

https://www.sheridanbruins.com/video/live