Saints Continue Their Winning Streaks!
Windsor, Ontario - The St. Clair Men's Baseball team ran their OCAA unbeaten streak to 30 games and finished the 2015 regular season a perfect 20-0 after a doubleheader sweep of Seneca College (North York) at Lacasse Park in Tecumseh Sunday afternoon. St. Clair bested Seneca by scores of 7-0 and 9-8 this afternoon to complete a historic season. With today's wins the Saints became the first Men's Baseball team to record an undefeated season and haven't lost to an OCAA opponent since Sep. 20th of 2014.

The St. Clair College Women's Softball team took a pair of games from Durham College in Oshawa Saturday afternoon by scores of 12-4 and 10-7. Saints Pitcher Allison Telfer (Windsor, ON/FJ Brennan) pitched all but 1 out of the 14 innings to move her OCAA best record to 12-3 on the season. The St. Clair Women complete their regular season with games at Seneca College on Sunday in North York. The Saints are tied at an identical 17-5 record with Fanshawe College in the OCAA pennant race with both teams having a pair of games remaining on their schedule.

The St. Clair College Cross Country Team travelled to Seneca College's in King City, ON to compete in their 3rd meet of the season. Once again the Saints Women's team garnered both a team medal and an individual medal on Saturday.

2nd year runner Natalie Omahen (Tecumseh, ON/St. Anne) captured the first Gold Medal of her collegiate career against 81 other runners over the 5km course. This is Omahen's 3rd individual medal in three races this season. The Women's team won the Silver Medal which is also their 3rd team medal in as many races. Ashley Bracci (14th Place, 23:06), Meghan Howell (25th Place, 24:51), Tori Horrobin (26th Place, 25:00), Beth Horrobin (28th Place, 25:17) and Sara Duic (51st Place, 27:07).

The St. Clair Cross Country team now prepares for the OCAA Provincial Championships October 31st in Sault St. Marie at Crimson Ridge Golf Club hosted by Sault College.

Women's soccer continued their winning streak by defeating the Redeemer University Royals 4-0 on Saturday afternoon at the Main Campus Field. The Saints are now 9-0 on the season and are in first place in the OCAA West Division. St. Clair is ranked 2nd in Ontario and 7th in Canada.

Men's soccer defeated the Redeemer University Royals 2-0 on Saturday afternoon at the Main Campus Field on a very cold and windy day. The Saints are now 6-2-1 on the season and are locked into second place in the OCAA West Division.

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