ETOBICOKE, ON: The Humber Hawks and the Fanshawe Falcons have combined for a run of 31 straight wins in OCAA West Division play. Fanshawe, at 17-0, have clinched the West, but the Hawks are on quite a run with 14 victories in a row. The two teams meet in the regular season finale for both squads on Wednesday night at Humber.
THE MATCH UP
Fanshawe "FALCONS" @ Humber "HAWKS"
17-0, 1st West 15-2, 2nd West
Wednesday, February 14/18
8:00 pm (or 30 minutes after the conclusion of the women's game)
Humber Athletic Centre – Etobicoke, Ontario
LAST TIME OUT
The Hawks had little trouble on Sunday in Sudbury, as they dispatched the Cambrian Golden Shield in three straight sets. Over the weekend in Sudbury, which included a sweep of Boreal on Saturday, the coaching staff was able to utilize his whole bench in both matches.
LAST TIME OUT VS. FANSHAWE
Fanshawe has only surrendered only four set losses this year, and one of them was to the Hawks earlier this season. Humber took the first set, then lost two tight ones before bowing out in the fourth via a blowout 25-10 score. Clayton Blanchette (21) and Kamyn Wilkins (16) scored in double figures for the Humber team. Three Falcons scored in double digits, led by Cole Jordan's 21.
- In all-time regular season play between the two teams, the Falcons have hold a 17-15 edge, but the Hawks hold a slim 7-6 mark at the Humber Athletic Centre
- As with their women's team, Fanshawe ranks high in all categories except the blocking categories. They check in at number one in hitting percentage (.321) and aces per set (2.36)
- Cole Jordan is lighting up the league, with his mark of 4.8 points per set placing him in first place in the entire league
- David Gundrum leads the team in assists with 304, while Sebastian Lethbridge has chipped in with 173 helpers
- Humber, now with 14 straight wins have tied best regular season string in team history
- The Hawks sit well within the top 10 of most statistical areas, but do not dominate any category, topping out at fourth in assists per set
- They continue to be led by Dylan Devecseri, and his mark of 3.8 points per set. Clayton Blanchette (3.4) and Kamyn Wilkins (3.3) provide a solid supporting cast
- Setting has been a plus for Humber, as Rady Kim (315) and Jake Gomes (174) have been terrific table setters
- Wayne Wilkins continues to build on his second place all-time Humber Hawk coaching wins mark
- Clayton Blanchette surpassed 600 kills this past weekend in Sudbury
The game will be streamed "LIVE" on the Humber Sports Network – HSN. CLICK HERE for the link