Join Campus Rec Today!
Campus Recreation offers a wide range of activities for your fitness needs.
The Lakehead Thunderwolves curling team competed at the OUA Curling Championship this past weekend. Both mens and women’s teams finished with a 3-4 record in their pool. Dick Henderson was named 2017 OUA Coach of the Year for women’s curling.
In their last round robin game, the men’s team, skipped by Dave Henderson, third-Matt Smith, second Evan Chisamore-Johnston and lead-Mark Metcalfe and coach Bill Charlebois, started strong with a five in the first end against the eventual Gold Medalist Laurier Golden Hawks but couldn’t hold the lead and fell out of playoff contention.
The women’s team skipped by Hailey Beaudry, third-Kendra Lemieux, second Emily Cooney and lead – Erin Tomalty defeated Western in their final round robin game 8-5 by stealing 3 points in the final end. The ladies fell one win short of a playoff birth but their record saw them rise to 10th in the seeding pool up 3 places from last year’s event.
For all results and recaps, click here
All finalists will now represent the OUA at the upcoming U SPORTS championship being hosted March 19-22 by Lakehead University.
Full 2017 OUA MEN’S ALL-STARS
Skip – Wesley Forget • Queen’s Gaels
Vice – Jordie Lyon-Hatcher • Laurier Golden Hawks
Second – Decebal Michaud • Queen’s Gaels
Lead – Alexander Cormier • Queen’s Gaels
Skip – Eric Bradey • Brock Badgers & Matthew Hall • Laurier Golden Hawks
Vice – Alex Champ • Ryerson Rams
Second – Travis Ackroyd • Toronto Varsity Blues
Lead – Steven Dawson • Western Mustangs
COACH OF THE YEAR
John Rudd • Toronto Varsity Blues
2017 OUA WOMEN’S ALL-STARS
Skip – Terri Weeks • Brock Badgers
Vice – Karen Sagle • Carleton Ravens
Second – Sara Guy • Laurentian Voyageurs
Lead – Joanna Francolini • Brock Badgers
Skip – Jestyn Murphy • Guelph Gryphons
Vice – Nicole Titkai • Ryerson Rams
Second – Marcia Richardson • Brock Badgers
Lead – Jacinda Schieck • Guelph Gryphons
COACH OF THE YEAR
Dick Henderson • Lakehead Thunderwolves