Windsor Gives Toronto The Blues


Caitlyn Longmuir (4) watches as Alyssa Cerino wins the ball from a Toronto player. Cerino drained 4 points and and grabbed 4 rebounds in 14 minutes against the Varsity Blues.
Photo by John Skinner.

Header-image-Shalapata-2By Ian Shalapata

(WINDSOR, ON) – Emily Prevost continued her run through the OUA with another double-double, this time at the expense of the Toronto Varsity Blues. Prevost and the Windsor Lancers dominated all aspect of Saturday’s game at St Denis Fieldhouse, cruising to a 96-60 win.

Head coach Chantal Vallée didn't let up on her charges, ensuring the women played sound at both ends of the court.Photo by John Skinner.

Head coach Chantal Vallée didn’t let up on her charges, ensuring the women played sound at both ends of the court.
Photo by John Skinner.

Pushing their record to 4-1 on the season, Windsor enjoyed a 12-point lead after the 1st quarter, but slipped back in the 2nd as Toronto outscored the Lancers 20-16. Windsor got back on track in the 3rd and all but shut down the Varsity Blues offense while scoring 26 points.

The Lancers put up 28 in the final frame while holding Toronto to just 18.

Prevost dropped 14 points and pulled down 12 boards. Andrea Kiss equalled Prevost’s output as she grabbed 9 rebounds.

Leading the Lancers in scoring, however, was 2nd year guard Carly Steer with a game-high 16 points in 25 minutes.

On defense, Caitlyn Longmuir and Prevost each made 3 steals

Windsor will now hit the road to close out the first half of the season, with a trip to the nation’s capitol this weekend. They will face Ottawa on Friday followed with a match against Carleton on Saturday.


About the Author

Ian Shalapata
Ian writes for and provides imagery to Square Media Group as well as accepting freelance photographic assignments. In addition, he has contributed to media organizations, sporting groups, and individuals across North America including the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel, Chatham-Kent Sports Network, the Golf Association of Michigan, League 1 Ontario, as well as numerous colleges and universities in Canada and the United States. Email Ian Shalapata