|Game Info||11 Humber at Sault|
|Date||Feb. 2 | Feb. 3|
|Tip-off||6 p.m. | 1 p.m.|
|Watch Live||Click Here|
|Live Stats||Gm. 1 | Gm. 2|
|Series Record||Humber leads, 14-0|
|Last Meeting||W, 93-22 (11/5/17)|
No. 11 Humber women's basketball (12-2, 2nd West) will head to northwest Ontario for a back-to-back with Sault College (0-14, 11th West) Feb. 2 and 3.
Last Time Out
The Hawks are 6-0 at Sault College, dating back to their first meeting on Nov. 19, 2011.
- The Cougars are currently on a 40-game losing streak. Their last regular season victory came against Cambrian on Jan. 21, 2017.
- Sault is led offensively by Cassidy Sabourin and her 14.1 PPG. In Sault's loss to Fanshawe, Sabourin surpassed 500 career points.
- Emma Filion has recorded 17 blocked shots this season – the seventh most in the conference.
Miea Campbell-Johnson finished with a game-high 14 points in Humber's 93-22 win over Sault on Nov. 5, 2017. Laura Meadows added ten points as the Hawks extended their win streak against OCAA opponents to 63 consecutive games.
Miea Campbell-Johnson has 19 blocks in 13 games this season – tied for fourth in the conference. In two-plus seasons, MCJ has 45 career blocks and currently sits 13 behind Ceejay Nofuente for most in program history.
Senior Leticia Lopez has begun to etch her name into Humber's record book. In Humber's win over Conestoga, the 2018 national champion became the second Hawk to record 100 career triples. With six games remaining, Lopez sits 12th all-time in scoring (517) and needs 14 three-pointers made to break the OCAA single-season record.
Guard Makeba Taylor leads the division in assists-per-game, averaging 5.2 APG.
The Hawks are looking to become the first program in OCAA history to win five straight provincial titles.
No. 11 Humber returns to the North Campus Gym Feb. 7 to conclude its regular season series with Niagara (8-7, 5th West). Tipoff is set for 6 p.m. and will be streamed live on the Hawks Sports Network.