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Cheyanne Roger, Caitlyn Longmuir, Emily Prevost and Andrea KissCheyanne Roger, Caitlyn Longmuir, Emily Prevost and Andrea Kiss and the Lancer women’s basketball team will play a game during the NBA all-star weekend in Toronto.

Lancer women to play part in NBA all-star weekend

The Lancer women’s basketball team will have a chance to play in front of an international audience in February, when it takes part in the festivities surrounding the National Basketball Association’s all-star game.

In what head coach Chantal Vallée called “the experience of a lifetime,” the squad will meet the Queen’s Gaels for a game February 13 at Toronto’s Enercare Centre.

“I want to thank the OUA for organizing such an event and Queen’s for agreeing to this opportunity,” she said. “It will be the experience of a lifetime for each of our programs to be part of an NBA All-Star Weekend and we will all cherish these memories for our lifetime.”

Read “Lancers to participate in NBA All-Star Festivities” at goLancers.ca.

Men’s hockey captain to join exhibition series against national junior team

Canadian Interuniversity Sport has named Kenny Bradford, captain of the Lancer men’s hockey team, to its all-star roster for a two-game exhibition series with Canada’s national junior team prospects.

The two-game set will take place at the MasterCard Centre in Toronto on Saturday and Sunday, December 12 and 13, in preparation for the 40th IIHF World Junior Championship in Finland, which starts December 26.

Bradford is one of 23 players in the CIS line-up; read the full story at goLancers.ca.