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'''''[[Sir George Williams University Georgians]] (as conference champion) advanced to the [[1969 University Cup]] tournament.'''''
 
'''''[[Sir George Williams University Georgians]] (as conference champion) advanced to the [[1969 University Cup]] tournament.'''''

Revision as of 20:52, January 16, 2015

This is the 1968-69 Ottawa-St. Lawrence Conference season. The University of Ottawa and Carleton University left to join the QOAA.

 1967-68 OSLC Season  :  1969-70 OSLC Season
 1968-69 WIAA Season  :  1968-69 OIAA Season
 1968-69 QOAA Season  :  1968-69 AIAA Season
 1969 University Cup

Standings

Loyola College                    16- 1-1-33	125- 40
University of Sherbrooke          10- 7-1-21	100- 72
Bishops University                10- 7-1-21	 84- 75
Sir George Williams University     9- 8-1-19	103- 75
MacDonald College                  8-10-0-16	 80-106
Royal Military College             6-12-0-12	 62- 87
College Militaire Royale           2-16-0- 4	 58-157

Playoffs

All sudden death.

All @ Sherbrooke

Semi Finals (February 28)


Final (March 1)


Sir George Williams University Georgians (as conference champion) advanced to the 1969 University Cup tournament.

Team Photos

See also

Ottawa St Lawrence Conference

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