- Freeport (38-22) Can-Am Champions
- Assiniboine (33-27) Can-Am Runners-up
- Mass Bay Law College (42-18)
- Utah State (40-20)
- Fraser Valley (33-27)
- Rhode Island Military (35-25)
- Hispaniola (30-30)
- OCAD (32-28)
- Cardinal Richelieu (30-30)
- Caribbean English (30-30)
The Freeport University Rum Runners, based in the Bahamas, has won the inaugural season of the Can-Am College league’s World Series.
The Rum Runners, winners of the International Schools Conference title, were squared against the Independent Schools Conference champions, the Assiniboine University Rivermen, from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Continue reading “Freeport U Wins Can-Am College Championships”
The CANAM College League World Series match up has been decided, following two exciting best-of-three Division Finals series that just wrapped up yesterday.
In the first series, the Southern Conference’s Grand Canyon College took on the Caribbean Six Conference’s Freeport U Rum Runners. The teams had split their regular season series 1-1, and the playoffs were also a hard fought battle with no clear underdog. Freeport looked strong in the opening game with a 6-0 shutout win, but Grand Canyon battled back in game 2 with a 5-0 shutout win of their own. Continue reading “Freeport U Faces Assiniboine U in CANAM World Series”
The final four teams to advance to the CANAM college DIVISION I finals are set, after the Conference Finals games were decided today.
In the Canada Conference, the Assiniboine U Rivermen proved themselves the best of the bunch among the Canadian colleges, defeating Fraser Valley U in a surprise upset match-up that actually had the B.C. team favored. Continue reading “Mass Bay, Grand Canyon Among Conference Finalists”
It’s the end of Week #4 for the Can-Am College League, and Week #3 for the Pacific Rim College and Nor-Am High School leagues, and there have some been some dramatic games and highlights over the last week. Continue reading “Feeder League Wire, March 20”
The Can-Am College League has reached the end of Week #3, while the PRC League and the NORAM High School leagues have finished Week #2.
We take a look at who is on top of each league’s team power rankings, and who the top players are around the college and high school feeders.