NewsSports Calgary tears up T-Wolves as historic season comes to an end SHARE ON: Brendan Pawliw, staff Sunday, Feb. 17th, 2019 Photo courtesy of UNBC Athletics Even though the Calgary Dinos never crossed paths with the UNBC Timberwolves during the Canada West women’s basketball regular season that didn’t stop their aggressive attack against them. In a conference best-of-three quarterfinal, the Dinos trounced the Timberwolves 81-58 (Friday) and 92-55 on Saturday to complete the convincing sweep. On night one of the series, Calgary was led by Erin McIntosh who put up a team 22-points as they made 44% of its field goals and went 12-for-28 as a team from beyond the arch. UNBC committed 30 turnovers in the game one loss as the big three of Vasiliki Louka, Maria Mongomo and Madison Landry netted 42 of the team’s 58 points. The back half of the double dip turned out to be even more of a massacre, with 11 out of the 12 Calgary players who were dressed recording three points or more in the victory. Reserves Rayna Crawford and Kiki Knox had 15 and 12 points off the bench. Mongomo led the T-Wolves in scoring with 20 points. The season is over for UNBC who ended the regular season with an 11-9 record and won their first ever playoff game since joining the Canada West edging Trinity Western last weekend by a 80-78 score. Louka and Abby Gibb saw their university basketball career come to an end following the sweep after playing five years. Calgary, winners of 17 straight, advances to play the Regina Cougars next weekend while the other semi-final sees the Lethbridge Pronghorns head to Saskatoon to play the Saskatchewan Huskies.