(Barrie, Ontario) – The St. Clair College badminton’s lone representative Christina Nguyen came away with a women’s singles bronze medal at the OCAA Provincial Championship hosted by Georgian College in Barrie this past weekend.
Nguyen placed 4th after round robin play posting a 2-3 record which advanced her to the semi-finals where she lost to the eventual gold medalist from Humber College.
Nguyen recovered with a come from behind win in three sets in the bronze medal match over the entry from George Brown College.
(Ancaster, Ontario) – The St. Clair College varsity women’s indoor soccer team brought home a gold medal from the Sheridan Invitational Tournament this weekend in Ancaster posting a 5-0 record.
The Saints started off the round robin by defeating Centennial College 4-0, Conestoga College 3-0 and the University Toronto-Mississauga 2-0.
In the semi-final St. Clair won a nail biter defeating the Mohawk Mountaineers by a score of 2-1 in penalty kicks. Emily Ditty scored the only goal during regulation play while Amber Hosker and Carly Malenfant both scored in PK’s.
In the gold medal final St. Clair easily defeated the Sheridan Bruins by a score of 3-0.
This tournament was the Saints final tune-up prior to taking part in the OCAA Regional Championship on March 8 in Toronto.
(Windsor, Ontario) – A couple of losses at home for St. Clair basketball Saturday at the SportsPlex.
The women’s team fell to Canada’s top team, Humber, losing 78-46.
Shannon Kennedy led St. Clair with 11 points and nine rebounds while Aleah Marton added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the double-double.
On the men’s side, Humber got the best of the Saints as well with an 85-64 final.
William Lara-Caston led St. Clair with 16 points while Andrés Bravo recorded a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds.
(Windsor, Ontario) – The St. Clair women’s basketball team finished its regular season in style with a 76-45 victory over Sheridan College Sunday afternoon at the SportsPlex.
Shannon Kennedy scored a season and game high 31 points including seven three pointers to go along with six rebounds.
The Saints wrap up the season with a record of 12-6 and now await the results of several other games to determine a road or home crossover playoff game next weekend.
On the men’s side, St. Clair attempted to give Sheridan, Canada’s top team, its first loss of the season.
In the end the Saints settled for an 80-73 loss and finished their regular season with a 7-9 record good enough for the final playoff spot in 6th place.
Lance Drummonds was St. Clair’s top scorer with 17 points and 8 rebounds.
The Saints will now travel to Seneca College on Saturday, February 25 for a 2pm tip off.
A win there would qualify the team for the OCAA Championship hosted by Centennial College March 2-4.