The University of Guelph men’s basketball Gryphons lost their seventh straight OUA game Saturday, this time an 84-78 home defeat against Brock.
Adam Kemp scored 20 points for the Gryphons and Jack Beatty had 18.
Guelph (5-14) hosts Wilfrid Laurier (6-13) Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Women’s basketball: The tough Brock Badgers were too much for the Guelph Gryphons women’s basketball team Saturday as Guelph fell 78-66 at home.
Kayla Goodhoofd had 19 points in the losing cause while Jasmine Douglas and Erica McFadden each had 10.
Brock improved to 17-2 with the win and Guelph’s record dropped to 6-13.
The Gryphons host Wilfrid Laurier (9-10) Wednesday at 6 p.m.
Women’s hockey: Guelph enters the playoffs riding a 14-game winning streak. They topped Waterloo 1-0 on the road Sunday in their last game of the regular season.
Averi Nooren scored the game’s lone goal and Stephanie Nehring made 16 saves for the shutout.
On Saturday, Guelph shut out Ryerson 5-0 on the road. Nooren scored twice and singles came from Jenna Lanzarotta, Leigh Shilton and Jessica Pinkerton. Nehring stopped 18 shots to earn the shutout.
Guelph finishes with a 21-3-2 record, good for second place in the OUA behind Laurier (21-2-3).
The Gryphons will face the seventh-seeded UOIT Ridgebacks in a best-of-three playoff series.
Game 1 is in Guelph Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. UOIT was 11-12-3 this season.
Men’s hockey: The Gryphons topped York 5-2 Saturday at home in their final game of the OUA regular season.
Matthew Lyall, Justin Gvora, Andy Bathgate, Jon-Thomas MacDonald and Michael Kusy scored in the victory.
The Gryphons finish in fourth place in the OUA West with a 17-9-2 record.
They’ll face fifth-place Wilfrid Laurier (14-12-2) in a best-of-three playoff series. Game 1 is Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the U of G.