Each issue come back to check out By the Numbers for interesting stats and numbers relating to your favourite Heat teams! These stats are current as of Feb. 5th and are subject to change. Stats are constantly accumulated throughout the season, so be sure to check out canadawest.org for more regular updates.
…that the Men’s Volleyball team went without a win, stretching between a November 4th win at home against the UBC Thunderbirds, to the January 27th win, also at home, versus the Regina Cougars
…that rookie Middle Katy Klomps had after road victories over the Saskatchewan Huskies to lead her team (Jill Festival’s 42
41.6 hitting percentage
…of Myrte Schön’s in the team’s win against the Huskies on Feb 3rd when she recorded 15 kills.
…Nate Speijer recorded after notching five against the Saskatchewan Huskies on February 4th, good for fourth overall in
…Guard Bret MacDonald took in the Heat’s loss to Victoria at home on February 4th- he didn’t make a single one. The team shot 15-60 on the night.
10 points scored
…by 5th year post-player Steve Morrison of men’s basketball against the Vikes on February 3rd. It was a season high for Morrison.
7.6 points per game
…scored by rookie guard Emily Kanester of the women’s basketball team, the most of any rookie.
…that Roslyn Huber has led her team in scoring in a game. She and fellow veteran Madison Kaneda are the only two players on their roster averaging double digit scoring.
.796 free-throw percentage
…of Madison Kaneda through to Feb 5th, tops on her team (of players who have attempted at least twenty free-throws this season).
.526 three-point percentage
…of women’s basketball rookie Whitney Hamilton. She has connected on 10-19 from beyond the arc through February 5th.