George Brown basketball had a wildly successful regular season, going a combined 31-6 and both men and women finishing second in the east, but the year came to a disappointingly abrupt end on Saturday afternoon with a pair of crossover losses at home against Niagara and Lambton.
George Brown basketball will look to send both programs to the OCAA Championship for the second consecutive season on Saturday when they host a pair of crossover matchup at Casa Loma on Saturday afternoon.
With both of their fates sealed as second place finishers in the east, George Brown basketball played host to Seneca on Saturday looking to make a statement and head into the playoffs with momentum in front of a raucous crowd at Casa Loma.
George Brown women's basketball assured themselves the east division's second seed on Sunday afternoon thanks to a 74-64 win over Durham that completed the season series sweep and moved the Huskies to 12-3 on the year.
With a combined record of 10-1 and provincial rankings of one and five respectively in the province, George Brown men's and women's basketball travel to Seneca on Tuesday night to renew the division's best rivalry.
Men's (5-0, 1st east) and women's (3-1, 2nd east) basketball are both coming off blowout wins over Georgian, and have been rewarded for their quick starts with top-ten provincial rankings. The men are currently slotted as Ontario's number one team, while the women check in at number eight.