(Windsor, Ontario) – The St. Clair College Women's Basketball ran their record to 4-0 with a 61-49 win over Redeemer University College (Ancaster) Saturday afternoon at the SportsPlex. Ahead comfortably at halftime by a score of 30-19 the Saints faltered and relinquished control the lead briefly at 38-36 with a few minutes to play in the 3rd quarter. St. Clair managed to pull back ahead 40-38 entering the 4th quarter and after employing a full-court press opened up their largest lead at 61-43 cruising to the final result.
4th year player Shannon Kennedy (Windsor, ON/St. Joseph's) led the Saints with 17 points adding 7 rebounds and 6 steals. Aleah Marton (Amherstburg, ON/General Amherst) scored 13 points included 6 of 8 at the charity stripe. Torrie Handsor (Wallaceburg, ON) had another double-double with 11 points and 13 rebounds for St. Clair adding 3 blocked shots. Nicole Tamm (Windsor, ON/Holy Names) also reached double figures for the Saints scoring 11 points to go with 6 rebounds.
(Sault St. Marie, Ontario) – The Saints Cross Country Women's team along with individual male runner Enrique Nepomuceno (Windsor, ON/Holy Names) finished their season at the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) National Championship hosted by Sault College on Saturday in Sault St. Marie, ON. The Saints Women's team was ranked #6 in the most recent National poll and qualified for the CCAA's with a silver medal performance at the OCAA Provincial Championship two weeks ago. Nepomuceno qualified as the lone St. Clair male entry after a 15th place finish at the OCAA's.
Nepomuceno turned in his best performance of the season with a 15th place finish in a field of 101 runners in a time of 27:10 over the 8km course which was held at Crimson Ridge Golf Course. This turned out to be the 6th best of all the Ontario runners in the field.
(Windsor, Ontario) – The St. Clair women came away with a convincing win defeating Mohawk 3-0. The Saints came out hot taking the first set 25-20. St. Clair had a better second set winning 25-16. Mohawk made it interesting in the third set but the Saints prevailed 25-21. Kaila Crough led the way for St. Clair with 11 kills, 1 service ace, and 5 digs. Sydney Emerson also had a solid match with 8 kills, 1 stuff block and 2 digs. Jessica Masse chipped in with 5 kills, 3 stuff blocks and 2 digs.
With the win the Saints record improved to 4-1 on the season while Mohawk fell to 1-2. The St. Clair women are currently ranked 4th in the OCAA while Mohawk is ranked 7th in Ontario.