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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.

East West Bowl to be webcast live

The East West Bowl, a showcase of more than 80 Canadian Interuniversity Sport football players, will be available to Windsor area fans live over the Internet.

The game will feature four Lancers: quarterback Austin Kennedy, receiver Evan Pszczonak, defensive lineman Stephon Miller and defensive back Josh Burns. It will kick off at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 11, on the campus of Western University.

Four Lancer football players named to East West Bowl roster

Canadian Interuniversity Sport has named four Windsor Lancers to the roster for the 11th annual East West Bowl, an all-star football showcase set for Saturday, May 11, at TD Waterhouse Stadium on the campus of Western University.

Quarterback Austin Kennedy, receiver Evan Pszczonak, defensive back Josh Burns and defensive lineman Stephon Miller will compete for the West team. The game showcases—for the most part—CIS players who will be eligible for the following year’s Canadian Football League draft.

UWindsor first-year class expands by 200

First-year domestic enrolment at the University of Windsor is up by almost 7 percent this fall despite the fact that applications showed no growth over 2010 numbers. Assistant provost Dave Bussière says there are a number of reasons for this positive news—increased and targeted advertising, an aggressive phone campaign by faculty and students, and almost 1,000 campus tours.

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