Thousands of fans streamed into University of Windsor stadium Monday to cheer on the Lancer football team in a hard-fought 39-30 loss to Queen’s to open the 2014 season.
Leading the way for Windsor was quarterback Austin Kennedy, who threw for 393 yards and three touchdowns—two to receiver Evan Pszczonak, including a 90-yard play to open the scoring for the home team. Dylan Whitfield’s 11-yard catch and a 32-yard run by Beau Lumley accounted for Windsor’s other majors.
Read the full game summary, “Lancer football falls 39-30 to Queen’s in season opener.”
Next up for the Lancers are the Laurier Golden Hawks on Fan Appreciation Day, Saturday, September 6, on Alumni Field at 1 p.m.
Fans cheer Beau Lumley’s touchdown run late in the first half.
The game also marked the Windsor stop of the NFL on Campus tour, which gives spectators a football experience. Here, a youngster struggles against a bungee cord to evade a tackle.
Lancer basketball star Korissa Williams measures her long jump against those of pro football players.
With the stands full, fans took to the grassy hill on the west side of the field.
Men’s soccer wins opener over Golden Hawks
The Lancer men’s soccer team opened its 2014 campaign with a 3-1 victory over the Laurier Golden Hawks in Waterloo on Saturday. Marco Bernabo, Joseph Camaj and Bobby Evans scored for Windsor. Read a full game recap at goLancers.ca.
The women dropped a 5-0 decision to Laurier.
Both soccer teams play on the road again next weekend, taking on the Brock Badgers Saturday and the McMaster Marauders on Sunday. The Lancers open their home seasons on Saturday, September 13, when they host the Guelph Gryphons on Alumni Field.