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George Brown women’s basketball capped a 15-2 regular season Saturday afternoon with a 79-56 win over Loyalist.

The Huskies are OCAA East Division Champions for the first time since 2009-10, and close the season with the OCAA’s second-best record overall. 

As they have all season, the duo of Tianna Sullivan and Aprille Deus led the way. The two combined for 43 points, 10 assists, eight rebounds and six steals in a game that perfectly encapsulated just how good they have been.

It appears that Sullivan, who went into the night averaging 22.1 points a night, will finish as the women’s basketball regular season scoring champion. 

The Huskies will play host to either UTM or Conestoga in next Saturday’s crossover matchup with a berth in the OCAA Championship up for grabs. Opening tip is scheduled for 4 p.m. at Casa Loma.

Please see below for the Huskies 2017-18 graduating class.

Aprille Deus

After spending the first half of the 2016-17 season as an assistant coach, point guard Aprille Deus joined the Huskies starting lineup for the season’s second half and her impact was immediate. George Brown’s transformation for also-ran to elite coincides directly with Deus insertion into the line-up, and she has been everything you could ask for in a captain both on and off the court. After nearly leading George Brown the playoffs last year, she has been the catalyst behind this year’s incredible turnaround and the program’s first division title since 2009-10. This year Aprille is averaging over 14 points,4.7 assists, 3.7 steals and 3.4 rebounds for the 15-2 Huskies, but her impact goes far beyond counting stats. Her leadership and the respect she commands from teammates is first-class, and we can’t wait to see her in action come playoff time.

"Aprille has been a cornerstone for our program over the past two years, she's been instrumental in our teams first OCAA East championship in almost ten years. Her leadership and attitude is something we hope has been established as a tradition in our program and will continue on in the future," said head coach Warren Williams.

Sherral Wilson

5’9” forward Sherral Wilson has spent two years with the women’s basketball program, and her improvement from the beginning of the 2016-17 season to today has been impressive. The Mississauga native has become a crucial frontcourt player on one of Ontario’s strong teams, and she been a great, supportive teammate throughout her tenure. Sherral is averaging over four points and three rebounds a night this season, and can always be counted on to bring tenacity on both ends of the court.

"Sherral is a player who has been instrumental in us turning around our program, a fierce competitor and is someone who understands the meaning of success at this level," said head coach Warren Williams. "We will miss her effort and competitive spirit."

Ali Murphy
Walkerton native Ali Murphy has spent three years with the George Brown women’s basketball program, and the 5’7” guard has steadily improved during her time with the program. This year Murphy has had strong performances against Algonquin and Georgian. 

"Ali's attitude and effort has been exemplary, she's the type of kid that makes your program better because she works so hard and cares so much," said head coach Warren Williams. "She's Someone who's always put school first and defines what a student-athlete should be."

Kelsea Pacson

Whitby native Kelsea Pacson has spent two years with the George Brown women’s basketball program, and has turned herself into a nice contributor off a deep Huskies bench. She has had a few strong performances down the stretch this season in wins over St. Lawrence and Centennial, and will look to continue that strong play down the stretch.

"Kelsea's infectious, positive energy is something that will be greatly missed by our program," said Warren Williams. "She's a person who epitomizes what it means to be part of a family. She's had to sacrifice some of her game for the success of the team, all with a smile on her face."