Vallée Gains 200th Lancers Win

Emily Prevost draws the defensive foul as she powers her way into the key against Carleton on 27 January 2017.Photo by John Skinner.

Emily Prevost draws the defensive foul as she powers her way into the key against Carleton on 27 January 2017.
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.<br>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.

By Elisa Mitton

(WINDSOR, ON) – Windsor Lances head coach Chantal Vallée won her 200th regular season career game Saturday night when the No. 6 women defeated the visiting Ottawa Gee Gees 63-47 at the St Denis Centre.

In her twelve years with the Blue and Gold, Vallée has amassed an overall regular season record of 200-53, an amazing record which expands to 323-94 with regular season, playoffs, and exhibition games. She has led the Lancers to five national championships and a national silver medal, in addition to six OUA championships and a pair of OUA silver and bronze medals.

With Saturday’s victory, Windsor continues to remain atop the west division standings with a 13-3 record while the Gee Gees fell to 10-4 and sit in second place in the OUA north division.

Tyra Blizzard is upended by Carleton's Catherine Traer during an OUA women's basketball tilt in Windsor on 27 January 2017.Photo by John Skinner.

Tyra Blizzard is upended by Carleton’s Catherine Traer during an OUA women’s basketball tilt in Windsor on 27 January 2017.
Photo by John Skinner.

Emily Prevost led the way for the Blue and Gold with one of the game’s two double-doubles, with 16 points and 18 rebounds. Cheyanne Roger also put up 16 points while adding 10 boards.

The game was also part of the Lancers 10th annual breast cancer awareness day. The department of athletics extend a tremendous thank you to all the fans who participated throughout the day to help raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research.

Cheyanne Roger contends with some hand checking by a Carleton player on 27 January 2017.Photo by John Skinner.

Cheyanne Roger contends with some hand checking by a Carleton player on 27 January 2017.
Photo by John Skinner.

The Lancers are now off until February 8 when they take on the Laurier Golden Hawks in the Clash at the Colosseum at Caesars Windsor at 3:00pm.

Fans can purchase their tickets from the athletic department this week from Monday through Friday between 8:30am to 4:30pm.

Lancer season ticket holders are also asked to exchange their current ticket for February 8 for a Clash game ticket. This can also be done at the athletic department.

Kaylee Anagnostopoulos (14) heads up the offense for the Windsor Lancers agaisnt the Carleton Ravens on 27 January 2017.Photo by John Skinner.

Kaylee Anagnostopoulos (14) heads up the offense for the Windsor Lancers agaisnt the Carleton Ravens on 27 January 2017.
Photo by John Skinner.

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Elisa Mitton
Elisa Mitton is the Sports Information Coordinator for Lancers Athletics at the University of Windsor. Email Elisa Mitton