At No. 2 Windsor (3-0 Playoffs, 21-1 OUA) for OUA Final Saturday, February 28 (7:00 p.m.)(SSN Canada)(Rogers TV, following men’s basketball playoff game)
uOttawa 14 51
Windsor 42 68
Emilie Morasse – 18 points, three rebounds - uOttawa
Alisa Wulff – 17 points, six rebounds - Windsor
Second-year guard Emilie Morasse scored a game-high 18 points as Gee-Gees women’s basketball dug themselves a deep hole before making a game of the OUA final, eventually losing to No. 2 Windsor 68-51 on Saturday night.
The Lancers, which lost just one regular season game in the OUA West, are conference champions for the first time in school history.
The Gee-Gees, which handed the Lancers their only loss of the 22-game regular season, trailed 42-14 at the half but out-scored Windsor 37-26 in the second-half to make the score close.
“They went off in the first half,” said Gee-Gees first-year head coach Andy Sparks, the OUA East coach of the year. “We had a nice response in the second half and hopefully we can build on that at the national tournament.”
The Gee-Gees advance to the women’s basketball program’s third berth at the CIS tournament, March 6-8 at the University of Regina.
uOttawa has not earned a women’s basketball national title.