Jan 30, 2015
Photo credit Edwin Tam
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Source: Windsor Sports Info
The Windsor Lancer women’s basketball team continued their winning ways with an 89-81 win over the visiting Queen’s Gaels on Friday night at the St. Denis Centre.
With the win, the Lancers are 12-1 on the season and continue to remain deadlocked with the Laurier Golden Hawks for first place in the OUA west division. The Gaels fall to 8-5 on the year and are in second place in the OUA east division.
Korissa Williams once again led the Blue & Gold with a team high 20-points, 8 rebounds, and 11 assists. Fellow fifth year Jocelyn LaRocque contributed 18 points in the win, Andrea Kiss was right behind her with 17, and Courtney VandeBovencamp came off the bench with 12.
Queen’s was led by Jenny Wright with a game high 21 points, followed by Liz Boag with 17, and Andrea Priamo with 14-points. Defensively, the visitors were led by Emily Hazlett and Priamo with 8 rebounds apiece.
Windsor shot an impressive 52.5% from the field while the Gaels shot 47.1%. Defensively the game was tied with each team coming up with 38 rebounds each.
The Lancers will host the York Lions tomorrow night at 6:00pm. The game is part of the Windsor Lancers Breast Cancer Awareness Day, which is in its ninth annual campaign. Fans are encouraged to wear pink to the event, and there will be brand new commemorative t-shirts available for $10 each. Proceeds from the sales will go directly to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
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