Miah-Marie Langlois captured two major awards in Ontario University Athletics west division women’s basketball, and is joined by two teammates on its all-star team. Langlois, a guard, and forward Jessica Clemençon are first-team all-stars; Korissa Williams was named to the second team and Caitlyn Longmuir joins the all-rookie team.
Langlois is the OUA West Defensive Player of the Year on the strength of a league high 3.2 steals and 6.3 rebounds per game. She also receives the Joy Bellinger Award in recognition of outstanding service to the sport and to the advancement of university athletics.
The fourth-year business student maintains an A average and leads the team’s community involvement efforts.
Clemençon is a first team all-star for the fourth time in as many years. Finishing second in league scoring with 17.9 points per game, she is a key piece of the Lancer team that went 21-0 on the season. The six-foot-three forward shot 57 per cent from the floor, the highest among qualifying athletes, and added 7.3 rebounds per game.
After being named to the all-rookie team in 2011, Williams becomes an all-star for the first time after a season in which she averaged 15.1 points, 5.2 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game. Longmuir averaged 3.0 points per game in her rookie season.
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The Lancers will host the Carleton Ravens for the OUA Championship on Saturday, March 9. Read a preview at goLancers.ca.