The women’s volleyball team lost to both McMaster and York on the weekend.
Sunday, the Marauders beat the Lancers 3-0. Kaila Seguin led the Lancers with six kills and 11 digs over sets of 25-15, 25-19 and 25-14.
Saturday, the Lancers lost 3-0 to the Lion with scores of 16-25, 20-25 and 22-25. Chelsey Drouillard had 17 digs, Jessica Shepley had 12 digs and Kaila Seguin had seven kills.
The Lancers Women’s Volleyball team have their final two games on the road. They are at RMC (6-8) Saturday and Queen’s (11-5) Sunday.
Men’s hoops team shut out
The Lancers Men’s Basketball team fell to 11-5 with two losses on the weekend to the OUA West Division-leading Lakehead Thunderwolves.
The Lancers lost 85-79 at the St. Denis Centre Saturday, the victims of strong Thunderwolves shooting. Lakehead led 20-19 after the first quarter and pushed it to a 44-39 lead at half.
The Lancers briefly held a one-point lead near the top of the third quarter before Lakehead countered with a 12-point scoring run.
“Every time we got a piece of momentum, they didn’t panic and they made a play,” head coach Chris Oliver said. “We have to get on that mindset.”
Lien Phillip scored 17 points and had 11 rebounds. Evan Matthews had 16 points and Enrico Diloreto had 13 points.
The Lancers, who also lost 87-83 to Lakehead Friday night, host the Laurier Golden Hawks Wednesday at the St. Denis Centre at 8 p.m.
The University of Windsor Track and Field team won 26 medals including 10 gold at the Findlay Invitational overthe weekend in Findlay, Ohio.
Matt Walters qualified for the nationals and also set a club and meet record, while winning gold in the mile event with a time of four minutes, 5.86 seconds.
Ami Schimanski also qualified for the nationals with a bronze in the weight throw (16.36 metres). Other gold medalists include Samantha Kellam in the 1,000 metres (2:59.12), Kellam and the women’s 4×800 relay team of Andrina Sledgers, Meaghan Marton and Heather Kurpe (9:19.12), the men’s 4×800 relay team of Mitch Tome, Nick Falk, Ben Procter and Paul LaMarra (7:47.71) and Fraser Kegel in the 1,000 metres (2:28.35).
Lancers Kelly Morrison and Mat West won pentathlon events, Jenn Tomayer won in pole vault (3.40 metres), Jackie Anderson won gold in triple jump (11.12 metres) and Andrew Dandie won in long jump (6.84 metres).
Guard Ben Johnson of the Lakehead men’s basketball team was considered Tuesday for the CIS player of the week award.
Johnson had 29 points and was 9-for-12 in Saturday’s 85-79 win against the Lancers at the St. Denis Centre.
Friday, Johnson scored 19 points in the Thunderwolves 87-83 win against the Lancers.
Winning the award was Colby Pridham, a hockey player from Saint Mary’s University.