Miah-Marie Langlois

No. 1 Lancers aim for rare Bronze Baby three-peat

All eyes will be on the University of Windsor Lancers this weekend in Regina as the reigning two-time Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s basketball champions will look to become only the fourth team in history to claim the Bronze Baby Trophy for a third consecutive year.

The CIS women’s hoops championship gets underway Friday at the University of Regina and concludes Sunday at 4 p.m. local time (6 p.m. ET) with the gold-medal final, live on The Score Television Network.

Windsor tops Carleton to claim provincial championship in women’s basketball

The Lancer women’s basketball team is back on top, winning its fourth Ontario University Athletics title in five years after downing the Carleton Ravens 56-51 at the St. Denis Centre on Saturday.

Jessica Clemençon’s 18 points led Windsor; Miah-Marie Langlois notched 14 points and 10 rebounds for the only double-double of the contest. Carleton’s Elizabeth Roach topped all scorers with 22 points.

Lancers looking to regain Ontario bragging rights in women’s basketball

After being denied their fourth consecutive Ontario University Athletics women’s basketball championship a year ago, the Windsor Lancers had something to prove to their provincial rivals this season.

Led by the all-star trio of Jessica Clemençon, Miah-Marie Langlois and Korissa Williams, the Lancers finished the regular season with an unblemished 21-0 record and breezed through a pair of playoff matchups.

Conference championship next hurdle in women’s basketball quest to three-peat

The Lancer women’s basketball team, ranked number one in Canadian Interuniversity Sport, will face its second post-season test at home Saturday, March 2, when it hosts the McMaster Marauders in the west conference final.

The winner will earn a berth in the Bronze Baby national championship tournament, which Windsor has won the last two seasons.

Saturday’s game starts at 7 p.m. in the St. Denis Centre. Tickets are $10, with a special youth, students and seniors admission of $8.

Lancers representing Canada on the court and on the track

How skilled are Windsor’s women basketball players? Lancers account for half of the Canadian university athletes playing with the nation’s senior national B team in preparation for the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Miah-Marie Langlois, Korissa Williams and Tessa Kreiger join three of their Canadian Interuniversity Sport competitors and six Canadians playing in the NCAA on the squad.

Event to celebrate graduation of med school charter class

Windsor Regional Hospital will open a week-long celebration of the first class to graduate from the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry’s Windsor program with Rock the Grad on Tuesday, April 17.

The event will feature a barbecue buffet hosted by gourmet butcher Ted Farron and the Penalty Box restaurant as well as the music of the local group, Is there a Band in the House.

Senate approves more stringent qualifications for President’s Honour Roll

Making it onto the President’s Honour Roll became a little more of an honour as Senate approved toughening the criteria at its meeting April 13.

Under the new policy, the honour will be restricted to students in first-entry undergraduate programs who have completed a minimum of 10 courses with a cumulative grade-point average of 12.0 or higher.

Registration now open for Campus Technology Day 2012

With a theme of “Opening Doors with Technology,” Campus Technology Day 2012 will include interactive sessions and poster presentations discussing the impact of technology in enhancing learning, teaching, research, and building community, May 17 in the CAW Student Centre.