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Men’s Basketball Final 8: Defending champs No. 2 Dinos advance to semifinal round

Men’s Basketball Final 8

Semifinal 1: Dinos advance to gold medal game to defend national title

HALIFAX, N.S. (U SPORTS) - In a dramatic nail-biter that went down to the wire, the Calgary Dinos edged the Ryerson Rams 67-65 in the first semifinal game of the U SPORTS Men’s Basketball Final 8.

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Semifinal 2: Ravens advance to gold medal game

HALIFAX, N.S. (U SPORTS) - The Carleton Ravens outscored the Dalhousie Tigers by 14 points in the fourth quarter to secure a 76-65 victory in the second semifinal game of the U SPORTS Men’s Basketball Final 8.

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Quarterfinal 1: No. 2 Dinos advance to semifinal round

HALIFAX, N.S. (U SPORTS) – The second-seeded Calgary Dinos rode a sensational second-half performance to defeat the hometown Saint Mary’s Huskies 94-78 in the opening quarterfinal game of the U SPORTS Men’s Basketball Final 8 tournament.

All-Canadian Mambi Diawara garnered Player of the Game for the defending national champions with a triple-double effort – 17 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists. 

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Quarterfinal 2: Rams advance to semifinal round

The third-seeded Ryerson Rams cruised to an 87-47 victory over the Concordia Stingers in the second quarterfinal game of the U SPORTS Men’s Basketball Final 8 on Thursday afternoon.

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Quarterfinal 3: Ravens advance to semifinal round

Featuring smothering defence and dead-eye three-point shooting, the top-seeded Carleton Ravens defeated the wild-card entry Alberta Golden Bears 100-60 in the third quarterfinal game of the U SPORTS Men’s Basketball Final 8.

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Quarterfinal 4 : Tigers advance to semifinal round

The fifth-seeded Dalhousie Tigers edged the fourth-seeded UBC Thunderbirds 74-65 in the fourth quarterfinal game of the U SPORTS Men’s Basketball Final 8.

“To say I was proud would be an understatement – this team works hard every day,” said Dalhousie head coach Rick Plato.

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