Josh Gibson-Bascombe, Basketball
Fifth-year guard, Josh Gibson-Bascombe (Toronto, Ontario) became the Gee-Gees all time leading scorer on Friday night with a 21 point effort in uOttawa’s 87-76 victory over the Western Mustangs.
Gibson-Bascombe broke Alex McLeod’s record of 1,167 career points that was established in 2007. The graduate of Jarvis Collegiate Institute in Toronto began the season with 1,128 points only 39 shy of McLeod’s lofty plateau.
After picking up 35 points in uOttawa’s first two games of the regular season, Gibson-Bascombe needed just 5 points to break the record in the Gee-Gees home opener against Western.
The Gee-Gees host Waterloo on Friday, November 20 at 8:00 p.m. followed Laurier on Saturday, November 21 at 8:00 p.m.
Rob Irvine, Swimming
Second-year swimmer Rob Irvine (Whitby, Ontario) had a fantastic performance in the pool for the Gee-Gees on Saturday afternoon finishing first in four races at the 2009 OUA Eynon Divisional Championships with Brock, Laurier, Western, Waterloo, Laurier and Trent.
The Accounting Major led the pack in the men’s 400m freestyle, 1500 m freestyle, and was a first place finisher in the 4x100 m freestyle relay.
Irvine won the 400m IM- CIS qualifier with a time of 4:32.53.
The Gee-Gees do not compete this weekend but will return to the pool for the Bell Canadian Grand Prix November 27-29 in Etobicoke.