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Women's Basketball ID Camp
Mar 3, 2015

CarlyLangara Women's Basketball will be holding an ID camp on March 28 & 29 from 12:00-3:00pm. This is an open Camp to give interested players an opportunity to showcase their abilities. We are looking for potential players for the 2015/2016 season.

The Langara Falcons play in the PACWEST conference which is comprised of 11 member institutions throughout the Province. The PACWEST provides student-athletes with the opportunity to take the next step athletically and to develop and compete at a high level. We have an experienced and talented group of coaches, who strive to make playing basketball fun and challenging. We are looking for players that are passionate about basketball, committed to getting better and have the skill set to compete at this next level.

Bring your shoes, reversible jersey and water bottle. We will be evaluating skill level, competitiveness, as well as basketball IQ and team play. We will also tour the school and will be offering an optional one hour parent orientation, along with a question and answer session on Langara College's Academic and Basketball Program on March 28 from 1-2pm.

Langara College is located in the center of Vancouver close to the Canada line and bus service. We have excellent academic programs with small class sizes and relatively inexpensive tuition costs.

Anyone interested in attending please contact Head Coach Mike Evans at mevans@langara.bc.ca. Feel free to ask any question that you may have.


Weekend Recap
Feb 23, 2015

CourtneyThe Falcons had a rough road trip, facing the Capilano Blues on Friday night on the North Shore, at a venue the team has struggled to find their rythym in all season. The Blues were dominant right off the tip and won 80 to 59. The bright spot for the Falcons was the play of Courtney Nicholls who was the high scorer for the Falcons with 18 points in the loss. On Saturday the Falcons traveled up the sea to sky highway to face the undefeated Quest Kermodes. The Falcons were out matched but once again the play of Courtney Nicholls was a bright spot as she poured in 20 points, as was the shooting of Shareece Thoutenhoofd who hit six 3 pointers on the way to 20 points of her own. The Falcons couldn't keep up with the Kermodes and lost 82-54.  The Falcons will be looking to close out their season on a positive note with wins against Columbia Bible College Thursday Feb 26 at 6:00pm, and Kwantlen Polytechnic University on Saturday Feb 28th at 6:00pm .