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Noelle Montcalm

track and field teamsThe Lancers finished atop the men’s and women’s team standings in 2009, the fourth time for the program but the first time in league history for a host school.

Track stars win provincial honours

Ontario University Athletics has recognized Lancers Corey Bellemore and Angelo Bortolin among its major award winners in track and field.

Bellemore received the Hec Phillips Trophy as Overall Most Valuable Performer in men's track and field after winning two gold medals at the OUA championship meet with record-setting performances in the 600- and 800-metre races. He also took an individual bronze in the 1000m and ran on the silver-medal 4x400m relay team.

Lancer grads to grace Canadian athletics roster

Two UWindsor alumnae are among the 56 athletes who will represent Canada on the track at the 2013 Summer Universiade, July 7 to12 in Kazan, Russia.

Melissa Bishop (BHK 2010, B.Ed 2011) and Noelle Montcalm (BScN 2012) will suit up in the red and white; Bishop will run the 800-metre event, while Montcalm will compete in the 400-metre hurdles.

Lancers win local sports plaudits

Lancers took home more than half the hardware April 19, earning 12 of 23 Windsor-Essex County Sports Person of the Year (WESPY) Awards recognizing local athletes for their contributions to sports. The awards were based on accomplishments during the 2011 calendar year.

Jessica Clemençon brought home the evening’s top award as the female athlete of the year after a tremendous 2010/11 season in which she was named Canadian Interuniversity Sport female athlete of the year and helped lead Lancer women’s basketball to its first CIS championship.