Lady Lancers B-Ball Sweeps Weekend Games

(WINDSOR, ON) – The No. 1 Windsor Lancers women’s basketball team swept the weekend with a pair of wins over the Queen’s Gaels and RMC Paladins in Kingston, ON.
Windsor completes interlock competition, and enters the Christmas break, with a 7-1 record and in first place in the OUA West division.
Jessica Clemencon tallied a double-double with 24 points and 12 rebounds to pace the Lancers to a 77-58 win over the Queen’s Gaels on Friday night.
The Lancers improve to 6-1 on the season and have outscored their opponents by double digits in each of their six wins.
Windsor held Queen’s to a mere 10 points in the second quarter to build a 44-27 lead at the half. Another outstanding defensive effort by Windsor in the third held the Gaels to only 11 points in the third quarter on a way to their nineteen point victory.
The Lancers had four players score in double figures, including Bojana Kovacevic with 14 points, Miah-Marie Langlois with 13 and Morgan Jean with 10. Windsor also shot an impressive 45% from the field.
Queen’s was led by Brittany Moore with 16 points.
On Saturday afternoon, Windsor cruised to a 95-41 win over the host RMC Paladins.
After a close first half, the Lancers outscored the Paladins 58 – 14 in the second half to secure the victory.
Windsor was led by Clemencon with 29 points and 9 rebounds, and also shot 100% from the free throw line. Kovacavic also shot 100% from the line and netted 20 points in the win.

The Lancers will now break from regular season play until January 5th when they travel to London to face the Western Mustangs at 6:00pm.


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