Lancers Named To Basketball All-Star Teams

By Jessica Barrett

(HAMILTON, ON) – A talented batch of men’s basketball players are being recognized for their efforts and accomplishments as Ontario University Athletics has announced the OUA West division all-stars.

The first all-star team is made up of two players each from the Windsor Lancers and McMaster Marauders, plus a high-scoring guard from the Laurier Golden Hawks.

Windsor’s Lien Phillip is in familiar territory. The fifth-year player out of St. Mark’s, Grenada, has been named to the OUA West first team for the third year in a row. Phillip posted 12.7 boards per game to lead the OUA, and chipped in 16.1 points to average a double-double on the season. Phillip has been a model of consistency throughout his career, and that was confirmed this season when the six-foot-seven forward posted a double-double performance in 16 of 22 games.
Enrico Diloreto of the Lancers earns his 2013-14 first team selection by leading the Lancers in scoring and finishing in the top ten in the OUA. The fifth-year guard averaged a career-high 18.1 points per game for the Lancers, en route to a second place finish in the division. Diloreto, from London, made 37 three-pointers on the year and added 2.2 assists and 4.0 rebounds per game for the Lancers. Diloreto’s recognition on the first team comes in his final year, and marks his only appearance on the number one squad after being named to the second team last season.
Five schools are represented on the West division second team. It is a mostly veteran group, but also features one of the top rookies in the OUA.
Josh Collins was the engine that kept the Windsor offensive machine running. The fifth-year guard led the OUA with 5.8 assists per game, while also adding a career-high 12.1 points. The Thornhill native is a second team all-star for the third time in his career.

  • Lien Phillip – Windsor
  • Taylor Black – McMaster
  • Max Allin – Laurier
  • Enrico Diloreto – Windsor
  • Joe Rocca – McMaster


  • Greg Morrow – Western
  • Dani Elgadi – Brock
  • Josh Collins – Windsor
  • Dwayne Harvey – Lakehead
  • Zachary Angus – Guelph


  • Dani Elgadi – Brock
  • Myles Charvis – Waterloo
  • Henry Tan – Lakehead
  • Jack Simmons – Laurier
  • Taylor Boers – Guelph

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