Miah-Marie Langlois

Guard Miah-Marie Langlois of the Lancer women’s basketball teamGuard Miah-Marie Langlois of the Lancer women’s basketball team, a business major. Photo by Edwin Tam.

Getting to know Miah-Marie Langlois

Get to know members of the Lancer women’s basketball team; today’s player: Miah-Marie Langlois.

Local sports awards honour Lancer student-athletes

Olympian Melissa Bishop was named female athlete of the year and UWindsor women’s basketball was named team of the year, leading a contingent of Lancer athletes to win recognition at the Windsor Essex County Sports Persons of the Year awards ceremony Tuesday.

Bishop (BHK 2010, B.Ed 2011) also won the female track and field athlete of the year award after becoming just the third Canadian woman ever to run the 800 metres in under two minutes and competing for Canada at the 2012 London Olympics.

Awards banquet recognizes achievements of student-athletes

Even as she prepares to graduate, Meaghan Pototschnik says Windsor will always be her home.

“I will always be proud to say I am a Lancer,” the fourth-year nursing student said Wednesday as she accepted the DeMarco Award as the top female combining academic and athletic achievement during the annual Evening of Excellence at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts.

The golfer won a second straight provincial individual title while earning A-level grades. Massimo Megna, co-captain of the Lancer men’s soccer team, won the men’s DeMarco Award.

Fans welcome Lancer champions on return to Windsor

Miah-Marie Langlois and friends

A heroes' welcome: Happy fans and family members greet Lancer Miah-Marie Langlois of the CIS champion women’s basketball team as she cradles the Bronze Baby Trophy. Dozens of supporters turned out to welcome team members on their return to the St. Denis Centre on Monday afternoon.

Basketball MVP honoured as Ontario’s best

Lancers win third straight national title in women’s basketball

The Lancer women’s basketball team defeated the host Regina Cougars 66-57 Sunday to win Windsor’s third straight Bronze Baby Trophy as Canadian Interuniversity Sport champions.

Guard Korissa Williams was named the tournament’s most valuable player. She told a national audience watching on the Score network that it is “an honour” to play on the squad, which went undefeated through the season. Williams scored 46 points through three games at the tournament.

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