Holland College men's and women's basketball split weekend ACAA play, but earn number one playoff seeds
The Holland College Hurricanes men's and women's basketball teams split with the Crandall University Chargers on Saturday to end the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association regular season.
The men won 90-77 and finished 20-1, while the women lost 72-66 and ended with a 16-2 record.
But the good news is both teams go into the ACAA championships beginning Friday in Halifax, N.S., as number one seeds and have berths in their respective semifinals.
The women play Saturday at 1 p.m., while the men play Saturday at 6 p.m., both against Friday's lowest ranked quarter-finals winners.
Hurricanes 90, Chargers 77
Jayden Nordin led the way with 27 points while Travis Adams scored 21 and paced Holland College to its second-best season next to last year's 18-0 mark.
The 'Canes had quarter leads of 21-18, 41-30 and 64-53.
Trenity Burdine scored 21 points for the Chargers.
Chargers 72, Hurricanes 66
Senteria Renwicks' 21 points propelled Crandall to the win on home court and a 14-4 record, good for the second seed and a semifinal berth at the ACAA championship.
Jenea Barrett led Holland College with 21 points while Marvia Dean picked up 11 rebounds.
The Chargers held leads of 25-23, 37-36 and 55-53 at the end of each quarter.
Watch all the ACAA tourney games at www.acaatv.ca.