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Sixth-seeded Bishop’s Gaiters force overtime at the CIS Final 8 in Toronto Photo credit: Jesse Colautti The Gee-Gees men’s basketball team had an eventful first two days at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) Final 8 hosted by Ryerson University. On Wednesday night, Fifth-year senior Johnny Berhanemeskel became the first Gee-Gee basketball player ever named CIS …

The OUA playoffs will take place on Feb. 28 at Montpetit Hall. Provided the Gees fend off the rest of their competition, they will look to compete for the number-one seed in the CIS Final Eight in Toronto starting in March.

The Gee-Gees found their zone and began pulling away, before ultimately pushing their lead over 20 points to cruise to a comfortable 91-63 win. The Gee-Gees were led by Johnny Berhanemeskel with 19 points, and the bench was anchored by a strong 12-point performance from Matt Plunkett.

The Gees and the Rams were both nationally ranked teams coming in and both battled for every point during the match. The game came down to the final seconds, during which the Gees pulled away with one final basket to secure the win.

Juggling academics, basketball, and fatherhood is not an easy task, but Thomas manages. He says it takes “a lot of focus and a lot of balance,” and that he has to “find a time and place for everything.

Highlight Reel: Jan. 31 Men’s Gee-Gees gallop past Rams Friday marked the beginning of the Year of the Horse on the Chinese calendar, and the Gee-Gees started the new year off at a gallop as they took down the Ryerson University Rams 70-63. Despite their seven-point victory — which brings their season to 15-2 — …

Read up on Saturday’s Gee-Gees action in the Jan. 18 highlight reel, including women’s volleyball, men’s hockey, and both basketball teams.

Men’s basketball, swim team head into second semester strong Men’s basketball The Gee-Gees men’s basketball team had a successful winter break, winning all three of their games at the Wesmen Classic tournament at the University of Winnipeg to take the championship. The Gee-Gees, the number two ranked team in the country, defeated the tournament hosts …

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