Graham Construction Shootout Day 3 Recap

Photo Credit: Josh Schaefer Photography
Photo Credit: Josh Schaefer Photography

With an 84-75 win over the University of Windsor Lancers, the Concordia University Stingers took the title of Graham Construction Shootout champions Saturday at the Physical Activity Complex.

The Stingers, who finished the weekend 3-0, halted the host University of Saskatchewan Huskies' six-year winning streak of the event.

Concordia's Ken Beaulieu was named the tournament MVP while teammate Jalel Webb was named a tournament all-star.

Huskies Evan Ostertag and Shawn Lathan were also named to the tournament all-star team. Windsor's Alex Campbell and Jonathan Tull of the University of Regina Cougars rounded out the all-stars.

Full results at grahamshootout.com

MVP:

Ken Beaulieu, Concordia

All-Stars:

Jalel Webb, Concordia

Evan Ostertag, Saskatchewan

Shawn Lathan, Saskatchewan

Jonathan Tull, Regina

Alex Campbell, Windsor

Day 3 Recap

Game 1: Concordia 84 – Windsor 75

The Concordia Stingers downed the Windsor Lancers 84-75 in Game 1 on Saturday night to ensure top spot in the tournament.

Coming into the game, Windsor had a chance to be crowned champions with a win and some help in a tiebreaker situation.

All five starters registered at least 10 points in the win. The Stingers were led my tournament MVP Ken Beaulieu's 23 points. Schneiders Suffrard notched a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

For Windsor, Marko Kovac led the team with 22 points on Saturday. Tournament all-star Alex Campbell had 12 points and seven assists on the night.

Game 2: Saskatchewan 90 – Regina 87

Evan Ostertag's three-pointer as time expired lifted the host Saskatchewan Huskies to a 90-87 win Saturday night over the Regina Cougars.

The Huskies closed the game on a 14-0 run capped off by the Ostertag jumper.

A tournament all-star, Ostertag led all scorers with 23 in the game. Shawn Lathan had five rebounds and three steals.

For the Cougars, six players recorded double figures in scoring on the night. Tournament all-star Jonathon Tull led the way with 21 points. Travis Sylvestre was a perfect four-for-four from the line to help him get to 14 points.