The Lancer football team secured a 3-0 record to open the season—its best start since 2006—with a 63-4 trouncing of the Warriors in Waterloo on Saturday.
Quarterback Austin Kennedy passed for 141 yards including a touchdown each to Dallas Boow, Mark Carter and Scott McEwen as part of a total 654 yards in offense. Kennedy is just eight touchdown passes away from the Ontario University Athletics career record. Windsor’s rushing leaders included Nigel Applewhaite with 166 yards and two touchdowns, Nick Vincent with 85 yards and two touchdowns, and Beau Lumley with 114 yards.
The Lancer defense held Waterloo to just 138 yards offense; Josh Burns and Austin Crumb each grabbed an interception. Read “Lancer football defeats Warriors” at goLancers .ca.
The team’s next action will come in Toronto on September 26, as it takes on the winless York Lions. Kick-off is at 7:07 p.m.
The Lancer men’s cross country team placed second overall and the women finished seventh at the Western Invitational on Saturday morning in London. Corey Bellemore led all Windsor men with a time of 25:38 over the eight-kilometre course to finish sixth in the field; Stefanie Smith’s time of 18:54, 12th overall in the five-kilometre race, was best of the Lancer women.
Windsor will host its first cross country meet in 16 years on Saturday, September 27. The Windsor Open through Malden Park starts with the women’s race at 1 p.m. and the men follow at 1:45 p.m.
A pair of four-goal performances powered the Lancer men’s soccer team to two wins on the weekend. Fifth-year player Chris Lanni, Marco Bernabo, Lyowuna Jumbo and rookie substitute Chris Al-Youssef each scored for Windsor in a 4-1 victory over Western in London on Friday. At home Sunday, Jack Sargent scored twice on free kicks and Michael Pio and John Bahdi added singles as the Lancers notched a 4-0 win over Waterloo. Veteran goaltender Sam Atkin earned the shutout.
The women’s soccer team dropped a 1-0 decision to Western on Friday and rebounded for a 2-1 win Sunday over the Warriors on Alumni Field. Becca Feurth and Jaclyn Faraci accounted for Windsor’s goals. Both Windsor soccer teams now sport 4-3-0 records in league play.