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Thunderwolves Set Personal Bests at OUAs

| Track & Field

The Lakehead track team had a few athletes compete at the OUA championships this past weekend in Windsor. The Thunderwolves ran very well as Lakehead athletes competed in 5 events and set 4 personal bests.

“Great results from Rebekkah and Tia – to come into the biggest meet of the year and run two-lifetime bests is awesome, especially as a first-year athlete. They both have bright futures in the OUA.“- Coach Kip Sigsworth

Rebekkah Pyle finished 7th in the 3000m (9:59.98) and 7th in the 1500m (4:43.95). Tia Lampo placed 17th in the 300m with a time of 40.95 and 18th in the 600m (1:37.59). Derek Patterson ran in the 3000m and was 22nd in 9:16.46.

“While having only 3 athletes qualify for the OUA meet is not what we hoped for, I feel good about the culture we have created this year and the direction that the program is heading. We saw lots of improvement this year and with a year for our young team to improve and with the addition of several excellent recruits next year I am excited about the future.” 

The Gryphons captured both the men’s and women’s team OUA titles.

Women’s Standings

  1. Guelph Gryphons (197)
  2. Windsor Lancers (127)
  3. Toronto Varsity Blues (109.5)
  4. Western Mustangs (96.5)
  5. York Lions (54)
  6. Ottawa Gee-Gees (44)
  7. Waterloo Warriors (13)
  8. Queen’s Gaels (7)
  9. McMaster Marauders (5)
  10. Lakehead Thunderwolves (4)
  11. Laurentian Voyageurs (3)

Men’s Standings

  1. Guelph Gryphons (186)
  2. Western Mustangs (115)
  3. Windsor Lancers (99.5)
  4. York Lions (99)
  5. Toronto Varsity Blues (75)
  6. Waterloo Warriors (29.5)
  7. Ottawa Gee-Gees (26)
  8. McMaster Marauders (16)
  9. Brock Badgers (3)
  10. Ryerson Rams (1)
  11. Wilfred Laurier Golden Hawks (1)

Full Results here


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