Women's Basketball News
Thursday, May 13, 2021 @ 11:27 AM Women's Basketball
CMU Women's Basketball is very happy to announce the commitment of John Taylor Collegiate's Jessica Routsis for the 2021-22 NIAC and MCAC seasons. The versatile 5'8 guard comes to CMU brimming with passion for the game made evident by her impact role as an underage player on her high school Pipers teams.
Friday, April 16, 2021 @ 11:17 AM Women's Basketball
Few players make a bigger impact on the success of a program than Jessica Marx-Houndle has done at CMU for her women's basketball team. Arriving in 2016, Marx-Houndle was part of an elite recruitment class that brought the Blazers back to the top of the MCAC after a seven-year championship drought. Marx-Houndle played a big part in that win, earning MVP honours. Future years saw the 5'8 Westwood Collegiate-product lead CMU to two more Manitoba banners and even more successes south of the border, when the Blazers stepped into the NIAC conference and in just their third season, claimed their first championship in 2020.
Monday, March 22, 2021 @ 12:09 PM Women's Basketball
CMU Women's Basketball is very happy to announce the commitment of River East Collegiate's Danielle Ehmann for the 2021-22 NIAC and MCAC seasons. The 5'8 guard has done just about everything at her northeast-Winnipeg high school despite losing her senior season to the pandemic. Ehmann competed for the Kodiaks in badminton, curling, field hockey, ultimate and even qualified for the provincial track championships as part of a 4 x 400 team.
Monday, March 8, 2021 @ 4:29 PM Women's Basketball
Excitement continues to grow towards the 2021-22 CMU women's basketball season as Joe Di Curzio announced the commitment of his second recruit for the forthcoming campaign; Linden Christian 6'0 forward, Anari Byfield.
Tuesday, March 2, 2021 @ 10:18 AM Women's Basketball
Joe Di Curzio and the CMU Women's Basketball program are pleased to announce the commitment of Lord Selkirk Regional's Annika Goodbrandson for the 2021-22 NIAC and MCAC seasons.
Able to influence a game on both ends of the court, Goodbrandson is apt to use her height and athleticism to her advantage. "Annika's height, agility and intelligence make her an extremely tough defender," said Goodbrandson's high school coach, Sue Gilmour. "We would often match her up against our opponent's best player as we knew that Annika would shut them down. She is a strong offensive contributor as well."