Mohawk Mountaineer women courting success

News Dec 09, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Hrymak leads hoopsters to eighth win in a row

The Mohawk women's basketball team went to the mid-season break with their eighth consecutive OCAA victory, 66-61 over Fanshawe in London Dec. 3.

 Stef Hrymak led the Mountaineers with 16 points.

Shanien O'Neill scored 15, Jen Jen Abella had 11 points, seven assists and four steals.

Jakayla Douse contributed seven points, 10  rebounds and four steals.

 Mohawk improved to 8-1, the same as Humber, while the Falcons fell to 7-2.

 "It's great to get a win against a tough division rival in a place that traditionally has been very difficult for us to succeed," said Mohawk head coach Kevin Duffy. "All the credit goes to our players. Despite numerous injuries and adversities, they never made excuses and deserve all the credit for our current win streak. The break is coming at just the right time for us."

 Meanwhile, Fanshawe downed Mohawk 89-84 in men's basketball.

The Falcons moved into a first place tie with Humber at 8-1.

The Mountaineers slipped to 7-2, having their seven-game win string snapped.

 Matt Fennell paced Mohawk with 19 points and 10 rebounds.

Andrew Cicuttini scored 17 points and added nine boards and Patrick Iavarone had 12 points.

 "It was a tough way to end the semester," said Mountaineers' head coach Brian Jonker. "But we feel we are positioned well for the second half." 

 

Mohawk Mountaineer women courting success

News Dec 09, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Hrymak leads hoopsters to eighth win in a row

The Mohawk women's basketball team went to the mid-season break with their eighth consecutive OCAA victory, 66-61 over Fanshawe in London Dec. 3.

 Stef Hrymak led the Mountaineers with 16 points.

Shanien O'Neill scored 15, Jen Jen Abella had 11 points, seven assists and four steals.

Jakayla Douse contributed seven points, 10  rebounds and four steals.

 Mohawk improved to 8-1, the same as Humber, while the Falcons fell to 7-2.

 "It's great to get a win against a tough division rival in a place that traditionally has been very difficult for us to succeed," said Mohawk head coach Kevin Duffy. "All the credit goes to our players. Despite numerous injuries and adversities, they never made excuses and deserve all the credit for our current win streak. The break is coming at just the right time for us."

 Meanwhile, Fanshawe downed Mohawk 89-84 in men's basketball.

The Falcons moved into a first place tie with Humber at 8-1.

The Mountaineers slipped to 7-2, having their seven-game win string snapped.

 Matt Fennell paced Mohawk with 19 points and 10 rebounds.

Andrew Cicuttini scored 17 points and added nine boards and Patrick Iavarone had 12 points.

 "It was a tough way to end the semester," said Mountaineers' head coach Brian Jonker. "But we feel we are positioned well for the second half." 

 

Mohawk Mountaineer women courting success

News Dec 09, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Hrymak leads hoopsters to eighth win in a row

The Mohawk women's basketball team went to the mid-season break with their eighth consecutive OCAA victory, 66-61 over Fanshawe in London Dec. 3.

 Stef Hrymak led the Mountaineers with 16 points.

Shanien O'Neill scored 15, Jen Jen Abella had 11 points, seven assists and four steals.

Jakayla Douse contributed seven points, 10  rebounds and four steals.

 Mohawk improved to 8-1, the same as Humber, while the Falcons fell to 7-2.

 "It's great to get a win against a tough division rival in a place that traditionally has been very difficult for us to succeed," said Mohawk head coach Kevin Duffy. "All the credit goes to our players. Despite numerous injuries and adversities, they never made excuses and deserve all the credit for our current win streak. The break is coming at just the right time for us."

 Meanwhile, Fanshawe downed Mohawk 89-84 in men's basketball.

The Falcons moved into a first place tie with Humber at 8-1.

The Mountaineers slipped to 7-2, having their seven-game win string snapped.

 Matt Fennell paced Mohawk with 19 points and 10 rebounds.

Andrew Cicuttini scored 17 points and added nine boards and Patrick Iavarone had 12 points.

 "It was a tough way to end the semester," said Mountaineers' head coach Brian Jonker. "But we feel we are positioned well for the second half."