Ravens, Gee-Gees Set Attendance Record at Panda Game

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Ravens defeat Gee-Gee's for third straight year in front of a record crowd at TD Place (Photo: Francois Laplante/Freestyle Photography)

Ravens defeat Gee-Gee’s for third straight year in front of a record crowd at TD Place
(Photo: Francois Laplante/Freestyle Photography)

OTTAWA – The Carleton University Ravens and University of Ottawa Gee-Gee’s made it another memorable Panda Game, presented by Air Canada, on and off the field. The 48th meeting between these crosstown rivals set a modern-era Panda Game attendance record as a crowd of 23,329 packed TD Place Saturday afternoon. It is also the highest CIS regular season attendance on record in the past two decades surpassing Laval’s mark of 19,200 set in 2005. 

On the field, the rivalry didn’t disappoint. It was the Carleton Ravens claiming their third straight Panda Game with a 43-23 win.  


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