p.m., March 10)
St. Matt's Tiger leads Ravens to fourth straight CIS basketball
By Fred Sherwin
St. Matthew High School grad Tyson Hinx ensed
his collegiate basketball career to a close
on Sunday, leading the Carleton University
Ravens to their fourth straight CIS championship.
St. Matthew Tiger Tyson Hinz is on top of the world after
leading the Carleton Ravens to their fourth straight CIS
national men's basketball championship.
scored a game high 30 points in Sunday's final against
the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees and was named the tournament
MVP in what his final game for the Ravens after a career
that spanned five years and four championships.
joined the Ravens after leading the St. Matthew Tigers
to the NCSSAA high school championship and the OFSAA AAA
provincial title in 2009.
Ravens failed to win the CIS championship in 2010, but
were able to rebound to win the title in 2011 and they've
held on to it ever since.
Hinz's five years at Carleton, the Ravens amassed a incredible
win-loss record of 133-6, with three of losses coming
in his first year.
the program, I'm going to really miss it," Hinz told
Yahoo Sports reporter Neate Sager after Sunday's final.
"Especially the team culture. What the whole program
has done for me is hard to put into words."
will retire having won a OFSAA provincial championship
in 2010, a CIS Player of the Year award in 2011, four
CIS championships in 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 and the
CIS Final 8 tournament MVP in 2011 and 2014.
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