|Game Info||No. 1 Humber vs Redeemer|
|Date||Saturday, Nov. 11|
|Watch Live||HSN 2|
|Series Record||Humber leads, 37-0|
|Last Meeting||W 92-62 (1/11/17)|
The No. 1 Humber women's basketball program (5-0, 1st West) continues its four-game homestand Saturday when Redeemer (1-2, 6th West) visits the North Campus Gym Saturday afternoon. Tipoff is set for 2 p.m.
Last Time Out
A game-high 14 points from Miea Campbell-Johnson helped the Hawks cruise to an easy 93-22 win over the Sault Cougars (0-4, 11th West). Ceejay Nofuente added 12 points with six rebounds, six steals, and six assists, while Aleena Domingo and Laura Meadows added ten points each.
The Royals entered the season without Jesseca Brown - the all-time OCAA scoring leader - for the first time in five years and is now led by Jessica Bosma, who is currently fifth in the league averaging 18.3 points per game.
Redeemer is coming off its second win of the season, after defeating Conestoga, 70-59, Wednesday evening. Shania Graham had a team-high 20 points, while Bosma finished with a 12-point 12-rebound double-double.
History was made at their previous meeting, as All-Canadian Ceejay Nofuente shattered two OCAA records that night. The Toronto native scored 55 points and hit 13 3-pointers in the 92-62 win at the North Campus Gym.
- Humber is the top scoring offence in the province, averaging 96.2 points per game.
- Scoring at a 44.4 percent (190-of-428) clip, the Hawks are the most efficient scoring team in the league.
- Defensively, Humber continues to lead the association, averaging 20.2 steals per game
- Ceejay Nofuente currently sits atop the OCAA in assists and steals, while Aleena Domingo is 11th overall in rebounds per game.
Since the beginning of the 2016 season, Humber has been the top-ranked program in the country.
Two-time CCAA Player of the Year Ceejay Nofuente sits 13 points away from becoming the first Humber women's basketball player to score 1,000 career points.
Sitting at 63 straight wins, only Algonquin – 67 straight from Nov. 5, 2011, to Jan. 15, 2015 – has put together a longer win streak in OCAA history than Humber.
The Hawks have won three-straight OCAA titles from 2014-17, one away from joining Algonquin, who won four-straight from 2011-15.
Home Is Where the Heart Is
Humber has won 32 consecutive games at the North Campus Gym. Its last loss came on Jan. 12, 2014 to Mohawk, 67-39.
At the Helm
Ajay Sharma returns to the sidelines for his seventh season and is 12 wins from tying Humber Hall of Famer Jim Henderson (1991 – 2000) as the all-time winningest head coach in program history.
Sharma has directed the Hawks to a period of unprecedented prosperity in the form of three consecutive CCAA tournament appearances – including the first national championship in program history – and three straight provincial titles. Sharma owns a 121-22 (.846) career record.
Humber will conclude its four-game homestand Thursday, Nov. 16 against No. 10 Mohawk (4-0, 2nd West). Tipoff is set for 6 p.m.