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Seven returnees on River Lions training camp roster

Seven returnees on River Lions training camp roster

The team is coming off its most successful season after posting a 15-5 record one season ago
River Lions signs Alex Johnson for another season

River Lions signs Alex Johnson for another season

Johnson debuted with the River Lions in 2019, averaging 9.1 points and 3.4 assists
Canadian Elite Basketball League looking at potential June start

Canadian Elite Basketball League looking at potential June start

The CEBL has been preparing for a delay to the start of the 2020 season and issued a statement on Wednesday
Robertson re-signs with River Lions for 2020 season

Robertson re-signs with River Lions for 2020 season

Kassius averaged 11.3 points per game and 44 percent from the three-point line in the sevenĀ games he suited up for the River Lions during the 2019 season
River Lions announce draft selections <b>(3 photos)</b>

River Lions announce draft selections (3 photos)

All three are from Brock University
Sam Muldrow re-signs with Niagara River Lions for 2020 season

Sam Muldrow re-signs with Niagara River Lions for 2020 season

He is the longest tenured River Lion, having played with the team since 2016
Canadian Elite Basketball League postpones June exhibition game

Canadian Elite Basketball League postpones June exhibition game

Announcement follows the Canadian Olympic Committee's decision to not send athletes to compete in the Tokyo 2020 Games due to COVID-19 risks
Seattle star, Ryan Anderson, returns to River Lions

Seattle star, Ryan Anderson, returns to River Lions

River Lions captain last year, Anderson demonstrated effective leadership on and off the court
Trae Bell-Haynes resigns with Niagara River Lions

Trae Bell-Haynes resigns with Niagara River Lions

The 24-year-old point guard has re-signed with the team for 2020 season
Focus on quotas not condusive to olympic gender equity, expert says

Focus on quotas not condusive to olympic gender equity, expert says

2020 Toyko Games to be "most gender-equitable ever;" Brock University Sport Management Professor says. But steps taken "ignore some bigger equality issues"