|Game Info||1 Humber vs. 2 Dawson|
|Date||Saturday, March 17|
|Time||7 p.m. EST / 8 p.m. ADT|
|Watch Live||Click Here|
|Playoff Series||Humber trails, 0-1|
|Last Meeting||L, 82-66 (3/16/02)|
Top-ranked Humber women's basketball will face No. 2 Dawson in the CCAA title game Mar. 17. Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. EST (8 p.m. ADT) and the live stream can be found here.
Last Time Out
Humber rallied from an eight-point second quarter deficit to defeat No. 3 Montmorency, 83-72, Friday night in the semifinals. Ceejay Nofuente finished with 22 points, while Aleena Domingo recorded her fifth consecutive double-double of the postseason.
Scouting No. 2 Dawson
- The Blues enter the final with a perfect 18-0 record, after winning the RSEQ Championship with a 70-63 win against No. 3 Montmorency.
- Dawson is led by All-Canadian and RSEQ Player of the Year Roxane Makolo.
- Dawson advanced to finals after a 73-69 overtime win over Capilano in the quarter-finals and a 65-53 win over Mt. Allison in the semifinals.
- Dawson head coach Trevor Williams was named the 2018 CCAA Coach of the Year.
- The Blues fell to Lethbridge in the national championship game a year ago.
On Oct. 6, 2017, Humber beat Dawson 64-50 at the Montmorency tournament.
The only time these two have met at the big dance came in the 2002 quarter-finals, where Dawson came away with an 82-66 win.
- Humber has won eight of its last nine CCAA tournament games.
- The Hawks are 0-1 (.000) all-time against Dawson in the postseason.
- All-time, Humber is 1-0 (1.000) in the CCAA championship game.
End of an Era
Humber's dynamic duo – Ceejay Nofuente and Aleena Domingo – will be playing in their final game donning the blue and gold. The fifth-year seniors are the highest scoring teammates in OCAA history.