Eric Vandenbroucke

Mike Havey, Garry Moore, Moussa Hamadani, Amin Safaei, Eric Vandenbroucke, Sandra OndrackaAthletic director Mike Havey, grounds supervisor Garry Moore, UWSA president Moussa Hamadani, GSS president Amin Safaei, associate athletic director Eric Vandenbroucke, and Campus Recreation coordinator Sandra Ondracka celebrate the installation of a temporary cricket pitch on the Lancers upper field.

Athletics makes pitch for cricketers

The Department of Athletics and Recreation Services is pleased with the installation of a temporary cricket pitch on the south campus.

Eric Vandenbroucke and Alan Cabrera Arellano Associate director of athletics, Eric Vandenbroucke, presents visitor Alan Cabrera Arellano with a Lancer hockey jersey.

Athletics opens doors to Mexican youngsters

It can be difficult to find a hockey game in Mexico, so Alan Cabrera Arellano’s family sometimes goes to a restaurant to watch the sport on television.

His visit to hockey’s homeland meant a special souvenir for Cabrera, who received a Lancer hockey jersey during a tour of UWindsor athletics facilities last week.

Lancer women to face first-place rivals in hockey game Friday

The Lancer women’s hockey team will play its only night game of the year this Friday, January 18, facing off against the Laurier Golden Hawks at South Windsor Arena.

Laurier’s 16-1-2 record places it first in Ontario University Athletics; Windsor is fifth at 10-7-2.

Athletics staff has dubbed the match-up “Rivalry Night.” Marketing manager Eric Vandenbroucke says they are looking to get a big crowd out to support the Lancers.

Lancer coaches to serve community on McHappy Day

Don’t be surprised if you see a familiar face behind the free smile at McDonalds on Wednesday. A number of Lancer coaches and athletes will be serving lunch at the restaurant’s Huron Church Road location in support of McHappy Day, May 2.

The promotion sees $1 from every Big Mac sandwich, McMuffin sandwich and happy meal donated to Ronald McDonald House charities of Canada to improve the quality of life for children with serious or chronic illnesses or disabilities.

Champions Cup to honour top varsity team

A challenge cup will recognize the Lancer varsity team each year that best exemplifies what it takes to be a champion in the classroom, on the playing field and throughout the community.

In recognition of the partnership between the Department of Athletics and the Windsor Tri-County Investors Group office in creating the new distinction, it will be called the IG Champions Cup.