Douglas College is proud to welcome our 2020-2021 Women's Basketball recruiting class! We are looking forward to seeing these ladies on the court, building on the success of last years squad. Welcome to the PRIDE Alexa, CJ, Kalei, Kari, Kristy, Laini, Nina, and Sasha
We are going LIVE! Join us Thursday, May 21st at 6pm on our Facebook and YouTube channels as we celebrate and honor the accomplishments of our amazing Douglas College student-athletes for their efforts during the past season. Hosted by two of our student-athletes, we will pack the scheduled hour-long live stream with awards, interactive polls, photos, and videos. Set up a watch party and connect with the Royals family, friends, and fans as we recap and highlight the achievements from the past year.
Last Saturday, the Douglas College Royals men’s and women’s basketball hosted the Capilano University Blues in a rematch from Friday nights road tilt which saw the women fall 68-55 and the men snatch a victory 76-70, playing spoilers to the Blues home crowd.
Saturday nights affair would eventually end in the same result for the women, falling short 57-54. On the men’s side, a combined 41 points from guards Courtney Anderson and Josiah Mastandrea (who had a season high 20 points) helped the men defeat Capilano 86-71 to take their 10th win of the season.
The Douglas College Royals men’s and women’s basketball team faced the Vancouver Island Mariners last week in back to back home games over the weekend, with the women falling short on both matchups and the men’s undefeated streak being snapped as they split both games with VIU.
The Douglas College Royals men’s and women’s volleyball teams both won back to back home games against the College of the Rockies Avalanche on this past week, continuing Douglas’s momentum in the new year.
The Morris brothers made life difficult for the opposing Columbia Bible College Bearcats, combining for 43 points and eight steals to lead the Douglas College Royals to a 111-61 victory in PacWest men’s basketball action on Friday.
The Douglas College Royals men’s and women’s volleyball team split back to back games with the University of Fraser Valley Cascades last week, beating UFV on the road but falling short their home court.