- The league standings shows the alignment of leagues across Canada for the coming season.
For Canada West and OUA there will be no division inter-lock during the regular season.
All games will be within the new division structure.
(read links to the announcements for all coaching changes)
- Memorial Sea-Hawks, Ian Coultas
- StFX X-Men, Tyrell Vernon
- UNB Varsity Reds, Joe Salerno
The Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL) continues their association with U SPORTS and
has announced the 21 players in the 2021 CEBL U SPORTS Draft.
CEBL U SPORTS Draft Class announcement.
The 21 players are:
Fraser Valley - Grant Audu (UBC),
Edmonton - Alex Carson (Dalhousie),
Saskatchewan - Nervens Demosthene (Bishop's),
Saskatchewan - Alexander Dewar (Saskatchewan),
Edmonton - Colton Gibb (Lethbridge),
Guelph - Jordan Henry (McMaster),
Ottawa - Graddy Kanku (Ontario Tech),
Hamilton - Thomas Kennedy (Windsor),
Guelph - Cole Long (Memorial),
Guelph - Isiah Osborne (Windsor, Carleton),
Niagara - Emmanuel Owootoah (Carleton, Brock),
Fraser Valley - Adam Paige (Alberta),
Niagara - Lloyd Pandi (Carleton),
Hamilton - Mychael Paulo (McMaster),
Ottawa - Guillaume Pepin (Ottawa),
Edmonton - DeAndrae Pierre (York),
Saskatchewan - Tyrese Potoma (Saskatchewan),
Niagara - Grant Shephard (UBC, Carleton),
Ottawa - Ali Sow (Wilfrid Laurier),
Fraser Valley - Anthony Tsegakele (Brandon),
Hamilton - Keevan Veinot (Dalhousie).
Link to 2020-21 coverage
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