Vancouver Basketball picks the Top 5 “British Columbia” related stories of 2015.
#3 – Philip Scrubb’s Outstanding Career at Carleton
Vancouver College alum Philip Scrubb’s illustrious 5-year career at Carleton University wrapped up the same way it did every year he played in the nation’s capital, winning the W.P. McGee trophy as CIS Men’s Basketball champions. Scrubb led the Raven’s to a fifth consecutive title while winning his second Jack Donohue Trophy as the MVP of the CIS Championships. Over his five seasons at Carleton, Scrubb won three Mike Moser Memorial Trophies as the Outstanding Male Basketball Player in the CIS while averaging 16.6 points per game for his career.
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