Brittany Moore

Middle of the pack

This season’s women’s basketball team looked poised for a long playoff run after three veteran players returned from
long-term injuries.Continue...

Losses at home

The women’s basketball team’s three-game win streak was stopped dead at the ARC this weekend.
The Gaels lost 83-46 to the first-place Ottawa Gee-Gees on Friday before falling 60-42 to the second-ranked Carleton Ravens on Saturday night. They never held the lead at any point over the weekend.Continue...

Guard keeps scoring

Brittany Moore keeps moving up the OUA all-time scoring chart.
The fifth-year guard drained a
three-pointer late in the third quarter on Saturday to climb to fourth on the OUA scoring list.Continue...

Team drops two on trip to Ottawa

Dave Wilson has coached the women’s basketball team for 30 years, but he hasn’t experienced many games like Friday’s loss to the Carleton Ravens.Continue...

Guard moves up charts

Brittany Moore moved to fifth-place on the all-time OUA scoring chart with a three-pointer in the Gaels’ 73-63 loss to the Toronto Varsity Blues at the ARC
on Saturday.Continue...

Last-second loss to Badgers

The women’s basketball team was one shot away from a
perfect weekend.
With the Gaels trailing 71-69 to the Brock Badgers in overtime last Saturday, leading scorer Brittany Moore needed to sink a
three-pointer with 2.8 seconds left on the clock — but she missed.Continue...

Injury on court

The women’s basketball team returned from Waterloo with a win and a loss — but lost their starting point guard along the way.
Second-year guard Liz Boag sustained a mild concussion in Friday’s 80-60 loss to the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks and sat out for her team’s 83-52 win over the Waterloo Warriors
on Saturday.Continue...

Perfect start

The women’s basketball team is riding a perfect start to the season after wins over the Lakehead Thunderwolves and the Guelph Gryphons at the ARC this weekendContinue...