The athletics department has arranged for shuttle service to bring men’s volleyball fans to Hamilton to watch Windsor challenge the defending Forsyth Cup champion McMaster Marauders for the provincial title on Saturday, March 11.
The bus will leave from the Toldo Lancer Centre at 1:30 p.m. The $25 ticket price includes round-trip fare and admission to the match. Find details and book your spot.
Ontario University Athletics tapped several members of the team for individual honours, naming head coach James Gravelle its coach of the year in the sport, Zach Albert and Anthony DeGirolamo first team all-stars, and Luca Nastase and Gustavo Siqueira second team all-stars. Read the full story at goLancers.ca.
Also receiving all-star berths are members of the Lancer track and field squads — Mandy Brunet in women’s long and triple jumps, and on the men’s side:
- Anthony Atkinson in weight throw;
- Will McBride in 600m;
- Nicholas Neri in 1000m T13;
- Zion Webb in shot put; and
- the 4x800m relay team of Paul Popescu, Jonathan Rioux, Andrew Taylor, and Noah Waldmann.
The all-star athletes have the Windsor men ranked sixth heading into the U Sports national championship tournament, opening today in Saskatoon.
Lancer fans won’t have far to travel to see men’s hockey vie for its own provincial title. The team will face off against the UQTR Patriotes in the Queen’s Cup final Saturday at the Capri Pizzeria Recreation Complex.
Tickets are $15, with a youth and senior price of $10, available in advance from the box office at the south entrance to the Toldo Lancer Centre from 3 to 8 p.m. today and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday.
Home events co-ordinator Elisa Mitton advises fans to buy their tickets early as space is limited and she expects to be sold out before Saturday.