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Korissa Williams.Guard Korissa Williams of the Lancer women’s basketball team, a business major. Photo by Edwin Tam.

Getting to know Korissa Williams

Get to know members of the Lancer women’s basketball team; today’s player: Korissa Williams.

Video records Lancers’ homecoming

A video by Chris Kolonelos of the Centre for Teaching and Learning captured the scene last week, when the Lancer women’s basketball team returned from Regina as three-time Canadian Interuniversity Sport champions.

“We’re with family right now,” head coach Chantal Vallée told dozens of supporters who welcomed the team as members entered the St. Denis Centre.

Watch the video:

Fans welcome Lancer champions on return to Windsor

Miah-Marie Langlois and friends

A heroes' welcome: Happy fans and family members greet Lancer Miah-Marie Langlois of the CIS champion women’s basketball team as she cradles the Bronze Baby Trophy. Dozens of supporters turned out to welcome team members on their return to the St. Denis Centre on Monday afternoon.

Basketball MVP honoured as Ontario’s best

Lancers win third straight national title in women’s basketball

The Lancer women’s basketball team defeated the host Regina Cougars 66-57 Sunday to win Windsor’s third straight Bronze Baby Trophy as Canadian Interuniversity Sport champions.

Guard Korissa Williams was named the tournament’s most valuable player. She told a national audience watching on the Score network that it is “an honour” to play on the squad, which went undefeated through the season. Williams scored 46 points through three games at the tournament.

Find more details on goLancers.ca.

No. 1 Lancers aim for rare Bronze Baby three-peat

All eyes will be on the University of Windsor Lancers this weekend in Regina as the reigning two-time Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s basketball champions will look to become only the fourth team in history to claim the Bronze Baby Trophy for a third consecutive year.

The CIS women’s hoops championship gets underway Friday at the University of Regina and concludes Sunday at 4 p.m. local time (6 p.m. ET) with the gold-medal final, live on The Score Television Network.

Lancers looking to regain Ontario bragging rights in women’s basketball

After being denied their fourth consecutive Ontario University Athletics women’s basketball championship a year ago, the Windsor Lancers had something to prove to their provincial rivals this season.

Led by the all-star trio of Jessica Clemençon, Miah-Marie Langlois and Korissa Williams, the Lancers finished the regular season with an unblemished 21-0 record and breezed through a pair of playoff matchups.

Women’s basketball team carrying Lancer banner

Women’s basketball is the only Lancer team still in the playoff hunt, after a 73-51 victory Saturday over the McMaster Marauders earned it the right to host the Ontario University Athletic championship this weekend, as well as a berth in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport title tournament in Regina, March 15 to 17.

It will be Windsor’s fifth straight trip to the national final eight. The squad has won the Bronze Baby trophy the past two years.