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Austin Kennedy

Lancer football playersQuarterback Austin Kennedy will lead the Lancer football team against the Ottawa Gee Gees, ranked 10th in the country, Saturday on Alumni Field.

Staffer to cheer on blue and gold Saturday

Matthew Revington will be in the stands Saturday, adding his voice to the chorus cheering on the Lancer football team in its first playoff game at home since 2006.

NMR facility coordinator in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, he won Wednesday’s DailyNews trivia contest and its prize of a Lancer hoodie and four tickets to see Windsor take on the Ottawa Gee Gees.

Big win puts Lancer football at 3-0 on season

The Lancer football team secured a 3-0 record to open the season—its best start since 2006—with a 63-4 trouncing of the Warriors in Waterloo on Saturday.

Quarterback Austin Kennedy passed for 141 yards including a touchdown each to Dallas Boow, Mark Carter and Scott McEwen as part of a total 654 yards in offense. Kennedy is just eight touchdown passes away from the Ontario University Athletics career record.  Windsor’s rushing leaders included Nigel Applewhaite with 166 yards and two touchdowns, Nick Vincent with 85 yards and two touchdowns, and Beau Lumley with 114 yards.