The uOttawa women’s basketball fell at the hands of the no.1 nationally ranked University of Windsor Lancers on Saturday night, putting an end to a two game winning streak for the squad. The garnet and grey struggled in the early going as they could not seem to get into a rhythm on both ends of the court. The Gee-Gees were unable to get back throughout the contest taking the 74-44 loss.
The Gee-Gees first half struggles, in combination with Windsor's strong shooting game, led to a rough overall game for Ottawa. Windsor was scorching hot from the field throughout the contest shooting 45.6 per cent from the field and 60.0 per cent from long range. The second half was more of the same as Windsor put any kind of come back out of reach for the Gee-Gees as they continued to extend their lead and cruise to the victory.
The country's fifth leading scorer Korissa Williams had a rough shooting night for the Lancers, shooting 4-14 for 10 points. She contributed in other categories however dishing out eight assists and pulling down five rebounds. Jocelyn LaRocque led all Lancers scorers with 16 points and four rebounds. Stephanie MacDonald led the way for the Gee-Gees with 16 points and five rebounds.