Victoria, B.C. - The Windsor Lancers collected three medals and countless personal bests at the 2004 Canada Dry Canadian Track and Field Championships and Olympic Trials, held on the weekend in Victoria. For the complete story, click here.
LANCER TRACK & FIELD ANNOUNCE MORE LOCAL COMMITMENTS
Windsor - Lancer Track & Field Head Coach Dennis Fairall is pleased to announce that top recruits Dayna Pidhoresky, Jeff Bianchi and Adriana Lyons have recently committed to the University of Windsor. For the complete story, click here.
LANCERS’ MCGREGOR HEADING TO ATHENS FOR PARALYMPICS
Windsor - Stuart McGregor is always on the move, even his graduation day from the University of Windsor was a case in point. He had to leave the recent Bachelor of Education ceremony early in order to attend the Paralympic Trials in Sherbrooke. For the complete story, click here.
MCKENZIE RUNS SECOND FASTEST 5000M IN CANADA
Victoria, BC – It seems that former Lancer Ryan McKenzie still hasn’t peaked in his illustrious running career; he just ran his personal best in the 5000m while also posting the second fastest time by a Canadian over the distance this year. For the complete story, click here.
LANCER TRACK & FIELD RECRUITS WIN TOP AWARDS
Windsor - Lancer Track & Field Recruits Mike Miller and Jackie Malette were recently named as WECSSA’s top student athletes after finishing their stellar high school careers. For the complete story, click here.
EXCITEMENT BUILDING AROUND NEW MULTI-PURPOSE STADIUM
Windsor - The long-awaited launch of the University of Windsor’s new multi-purpose stadium build project took place just outside the St. Denis Centre. For the complete story, click here.
MCKENZIE & PARK WIN GOLD AT NAIA TRACK CHAMPIONSHIPS
Louisville, KY - Ryan McKenzie and Kelley Park were individual winners and the highest scorers, respectively, for the Lancers at the 2004 NAIA Outdoor Track & Field Championships held at the University of Louisville. For the complete story, click here.
LANCERS SENDING 15 TO KENTUCKY FOR NAIA T&F CHAMPS
Windsor - The Lancers will be well represented at this year’s NAIA Outdoor Championships, to be held later this week in Kentucky, with a contigent of 15 athletes. The three-day event will be held in Louisville, on May 27-29 at Cardinal Park. For the complete story, click here.
LANCERS HEAT UP THE TRACK IN CALIFORNIA
Los Angeles - The Lancer Track and Field team continued their outdoor season with a 3-meet series throughout California this past week. 23 Lancers competed in the Cal Poly Pomona Invitational, the Steve Scott Invitational at the University of Cal-Irvine and the Cal Oxy Invitational. For the complete story, click here.
ANOTHER IMPRESSIVE NAIA SHOWING FOR LANCERS
Indianapolis, IN - The small contigent that made the trip to the Butler Twi-Light, hosted by Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, didn't let the treacherous weather damper their moods. For the complete story, click here.
LANCERS QUALIFY 12 FOR NAIA CHAMPIONSHIPS AT HILLSDALE
Hillsdale, MI - The Windsor Lancers opened their outdoor campaign with a bang this past weekend at the Hillsdale Relays in Hillsdale, Michigan. Twelve Lancers qualified for the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships which will be held in Louisville, Kentucky from May 27 to 29th. For the complete story, click here.
DENNIS FAIRALL: ONE OF A KIND
Windsor - To say he’s a good coach is an understatement. He’s won over a dozen national titles for the University of Windsor Lancers track and field team, not to mention ten Canadian Interuniversity Sports (CIS) Track and Field Coach of the Year awards. For The Lance's Julie Sobowale's complete story on Dennis Fairall, click here.
YOUNG IS TOP LANCER AT WORLD UNIVERSITY CHAMPIONSHIPS
Italy - Another impressive showing by the Lancers, this time at the 14th World University Cross Country Championship in Collegno, Italy. Brandon Young (38th), James Gosselin (48th) and John Bodirlau (52nd) all had oustanding performances overseas considering the conditions and their training. For the complete story, click here.
LANCERS ARE MEN'S TRACK & FIELD NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!
Windsor – . The Lancers won their second consecutive national championship on home turf and Ryan McKenzie broke the CIS All-Time Medal Record on his way to his third consecutive Athlete of the Meet award. For the complete story, click here.
MCKENZIE TIES ALL-TIME MEDAL RECORD, LANCERS ON TOP
Windsor – It was another record-breaking and record-tying day at the 2004 CIS Track and Field Championships held at the University of Windsor’s St. Denis Centre. Four-time CIS Track Athlete of the Year Ryan McKenzie tied the CIS all-time record for track and field medals. For the complete story, click here.
RECORDS A PLENTY IN DAY 1 OF CIS CHAMPIONSHIPS
Windsor - It was a record-breaking opening day at the 2004 CIS Track and Field Championships as all three events included records. For the complete story, click here.
MCKENZIE & ADJETEY-NELSON WIN MAJOR CIS TRACK AND FIELD AWARDS
CIS Track & Field Championships Major Award Winners
Veteran University of Windsor runner Ryan McKenzie and rookie multi-event athlete Jamie Adjetey-Nelson won a pair of national awards at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) Awards Luncheon Thursday at the Cleary International Centre in Windsor. For the comple profile, click here.
MCKENZIE’S GOING OUT IN A BLAZE OF GLORYCIS Track & Field Championships Profiles
Ryan McKenzie loves to prove people wrong. On and off the track, he loves to set the standard and the standard is high for these, his last, CIS Track & Field Championships. For the comple profile, click here.
FROM SPECTATOR TO STAR IN 365 DAYS
CIS Track & Field Championships Profiles
Jamie Adjetey-Nelson didn’t know it but at last year’s CIS Championships he was seizing up his competition. For the complete profile, click here.
THE RELUCTANT SUPERSTAR: A PORTRAIT OF JANN SHREVE
CIS Track & Field Championships Profiles
Jann Shreve is a quiet girl that just likes to go about her business, most of the time with her ears covered with earphones, bopping to her own beats. For the complete profile, click here.
LANCERS LOOK TO DEFEND THEIR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE
Windsor – With only days left until the start of the 2004 CIS Track & Field Championships, the big question is whether or not last year’s champions can do it again. The Windsor Lancers and the Saskatchewan Huskies are looking to be the Men’s and Women’s Champions again, respectively. For the complete story, click here.
LANCER STARS, NEW AND OLD, WIN OUA TRACK AWARDS
Hamilton - Four days after the OUA handed out the Track and Field Championship team banners, individual honours were announced with Ryan McKenzie and Jamie Adjetey-Nelson recognized for their outstanding achievements. For the complete story, click here.
DYNASTY CONTINUES: LANCERS WINS OUA TRACK TITLE
Toronto - The University of Windsor captured its sixth consecutive OUA men's Track & Field Championship Saturday afternoon at York University. The Lancers won its 13th championship in the past 14 years with a point total of 172. In women's competition, Windsor was second with 141. For the complete story, click here.
TRACK & FIELD TEAM PREPARES FOR OUA CHAMPIONSHIPS
Toronto & Ann Arbor, MI - The Lancer Track & Field teams had a tune up weekend with the Hal Brown and Michigan Invitational Meets on Friday and Saturday respectively. With many of the athletes resting for this week's OUA Championships, it was time for some to better their seeding time or qualify for the CIS Championships. For the complete story, click here.
LANCERS WIN EMOTIONAL TEAM CHALLENGE
Windsor - Even though points and rankings were afterthoughts, the Lancers came through in more ways than one in the 14th Annual Team Challenge. For the complete story, click here.
LANCER FAMILY MOURNING THE DEATH OF STUDENT-ATHLETE
The University of Windsor and the Division of Athletics and Recreational Services regrets to announce the death of student-athlete Heather Lynn Swift. Heather was a member of the Lancer Cross-Country and Track & Field teams. A memorial for family, friends and fellow students has been planned. For more information, click here.
NINE MORE QUALIFY FOR CIS CHAMPIONSHIPS
South Bend, IN - The Lancer track and field team travelled to the University of Notre Dame to compete against 20 of the top universities from the United States and Canada. For the complete story, click here.
TWO LANCERS TOPS IN CANADA AFTER FINDLAY MEET
Findlay, OH - An energetic Lancer track and field team traveled to the University of Findlay in Findlay, Ohio for the Findlay Indoor Track & Field Classic. Lancer athletes were in top form over the two day competition, with two Lancers moving into top spot in the CIS rankings. For the complete story, click here.
LANCER TRACK & FIELD’S ADJETY-NELSON NAMED CASEY'S ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Lancer Track & Field athlete Jamie Adjety-Nelson has been named the Casey's Athlete of the Week. For the complete story, click here.
LANCERS GET JUMP ON COMPETITION IN SAGINAW
Saginaw, MI - The Lancer track and field team traveled to Saginaw Valley State University in Saginaw, Michigan for the 15th Annual Collegiate Open. For the complete story, click here.
LANCERS DOMINATE FIELD AT CAN-AM CLASSIC
Windsor - The Lancer track and field team had a strong showing at the 23rd Annual Can Am Classic held Friday and Saturday at the St. Denis Centre.
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LANCER WOMEN WIN TRIANGULAR MEET, MEN SECOND
Windsor - The Lancer track and field team opened the indoor season by hosting the University of Detroit Mercy and Saint Francis University (Pennsylvania) in the 1st Annual Triangular meet this weekend at the St. Denis Centre. For the complete story, click here.
LANCERS BACK ON TRACK AFTER SAN DIEGO CAMP
San Diego, CA - The Lancer track and field squad travelled to San Diego in preparation for the upcoming indoor season during the winter break. For the complete story, click here.