Moustafa El Zanaty scored a game-high 18 points as McGill rallied to overcome a 12-point deficit in the final five minutes to defeat the visiting Universite du Quebec a Montreal 66-62 in a crucial men’s basketball game before 330 at Love Competition Hall, Wednesday.
McGill basketball player Moustafa El Zanaty of Montreal has been named along with volleyball player Laeticia Tchoualack of the Montreal Carabins as the Quebec university athletes of the week for the period ending Jan. 25, 2009.
Moustafa El Zanaty of Montreal and Jennifer Thomson of Rosemere, Que., are the McGill University athletes of the week for the period ending Jan. 25.
Moustafa El Zanaty of Montreal scored a game-high 35 points in 39 minutes of court time and led visiting McGill to a key 87-66 win over Bishop’s in men’s university basketball before 900 at the Mitchell gym in Lennoxville, Friday.
Michael White of Montreal and Ann-Sophie Bettez of Sept-Iles, Que., and are the McGill University athletes of the week for the period ending Jan. 18, 2009.
Michael White, a junior from Montreal, tallied game highs of 22 points and 15 rebounds – both career highs – as McGill stunned the No.6-ranked Concordia Stingers 93-82 in men’s university basketball at the Loyola campus gymnasium, Friday.
Michael White registered his second “double-double” in as many nights with 19 points and 13 rebounds but it was not enough as No.6-ranked Concordia defeated McGill 82-69 in men’s basketball before 324 fans at Love Competition Hall, Saturday, to avenge Friday’s home-court loss to the Redmen.
Matt Thornhill of Ile Bizard, Que., hit six treys en route to scoring a game-high 22 points as McGill overwhelmed Royal Military College 94-43 at UQAM's Classique des Citadins men's basketball tournament, Monday.
MONTREAL - Matthew Thornhill of Ile Bizard, Que., tallied 30 points as McGill hammered the UNB Varsity Reds 90-52 to open the UQAM Classique men’s basketball tournament at the Centre Sportif, Sunday.
By Earl Zukerman MONTREAL – They say that goaltending wins games. That was not the case Saturday, however, as a pair of rare goaltending calls cost the basketball Redmen dearly in a 100-90 overtime loss to visiting Laval before 367 at the Currie Gym.