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0.1% – Difference in team field goal percentage between the Ravens and Gee-Gees. Carleton ranks first in OUA shooting 52.6% while Ottawa is second at 52.5%. They are the only two schools in the conference shooting above 50% as a team.
100-0 – The combined record of the Ravens and Gee-Gees since the beginning of the 2013-14 season (including exhibition and playoff games) against CIS opponents other than when they play each other. Carleton has a 47-1 record in that time; with the only loss coming in the 2014 OUA championship game against the Gee-Gees. Ottawa has a 53-3 record with all three losses coming to the Ravens, including the 2014 national championship.
1-11 - Ottawa's record against Carleton in regular season and playoff meetings the past four years. Both Berhanemeskel and Gonthier-Dubue, as well as the Scrubb brothers have appeared in each of those games.
18.8 – Points per game this season for Phil Scrubb, the Ravens leading scorer.
200 – Combined 3-pointers made by Ottawa and Carleton this year. The two best 3-point shooting teams in OUA, Ottawa has made 104, shooting 40.9% from beyond the arc, while Carleton has knocked down 96 threes while shooting 47.5%.
17 – The smallest margin of victory by either school in their combined 16 wins. McMaster's 92-75 loss to the Ravens on Nov.8 was the closest any OUA team has come to knocking off an Ottawa school.