Basketball (W)

Williams Honored by City of Thunder Bay

Jun 22 | Basketball (W), News

Jylisa Williams and several of her teammates from the women’s basketball team, along with coach Lou Pero and Director of Athletics Tom Warden gathered with council at City Hall on Monday evening for the presentation of the Citizens of Exceptional Achievement Award. The award recognizes individuals and groups who have achieved distinction…

OUA Unveils 2015-16 Basketball Schedule

The OUA unveiled the schedule for the 2015-16 basketball season today. OUA Release The Thunderwolves, slotted in the Central division with McMaster, Brock, and Guelph, will have some chances at their divisional foes early in the schedule, on top of playing their first six regular season games in the Thunderdome. In their…

Thunderwolves Face Lancers in OUA Final Four

Apr 8 | Basketball (W)

The women’s basketball team is just one win away from securing a spot at the CIS Final 8. The only catch is that they’ll need to beat the #1 team in the CIS in their home gym, the Windsor Lancers. Game time is set for 6pm this Friday. The ‘Wolves are confident…

Williams Named OUA Player of the Year

Apr 8 | Basketball (W)

Author: Hugh Mullally The OUA announced their major award winners for women’s basketball on Wednesday. It came as no surprise that Lakehead ‘s record breaking shooting guard Jylisa Williams was unanimously voted as the OUA’s Player of the Year. As such she is also a first-team all-star for the second year in a…

Williams Named CIS Player of the Year

Apr 8 | Basketball (W)

Author: Hugh Mullally Jylisa Williams, who hails from Atlanta, Georgia, became the first Lakehead standout to claim the Nan Copp Award and only the third player from the Thunderwolves program to capture a major national award in women’s basketball. She joins Lindsay Druery, who merited the Sylvia Sweeney Award in 2012, and Angela…

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