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Corey BellemoreRunner Corey Bellemore won three medals in his final competition for the blue and gold.

Lancer men finish second at national track meet

Fifth-year runner Corey Bellemore took home three medals — including the sole Lancer gold — from the U Sports track and field championships in Edmonton on the weekend.

Bellemore earned top honours in the men’s 1000m race, took bronze in the 1500m, and anchored Windsor’s silver-medal 4x800m relay team alongside teammates Taylor MacArthur, Joe Kagumba and Nick MacMackin.

His performance helped to propel the blue and gold to second overall in the men’s team standings. Other men’s medallists included: Chris Waugh, silver in pole vault; and Eli Pawliw, bronze in shot put.

Windsor’s women finished seventh in the team standings, with shot putter Sarah Mitton taking silver and weight thrower Jill VanDamme, bronze.

Read the full story at goLancers.ca.

The Lancer men’s hockey team bowed out of the University Cup race Friday, falling 6-3 to the McGill Redmen in Montreal. With the loss in the Ontario University Athletics bronze decider, Windsor’s season comes to an end while the Redman advance to the national championships with the conference’s third berth. Scott Prier, Chris Scott and Kyle Hope notched goals for the Lancers. Read Lancers fall to McGill in OUA Bronze medal match for a full game recap.