Lancers top Thunderwolves 81-57 in Fragale’s Thunderdome farewell

Posted 9 February 2013 by in Sports

ThunderwolvesTHUNDER BAY, ON - The Lakehead Thunderwolves were swept by the Windsor Lancers on the weekend, losing 81-57 on Saturday evening to the two-time defending national champs. 

Thunderwolves say thanks to senior players

Coach Jon Kreiner said, “Tonight was a much better effort against Windsor. We had a poor start (down 13) but we fought back to a 9 point deficit at the half”.

“We competed to a 55-47 score but just couldn’t get the stops we needed to get over the hump.” added Coach Kreeiner. “We did a good job taking care of the ball but we struggled on the boards, especially in the fourth quarter. In all this game will help us prepare for McMaster next weekend.” 

Despite the loss, Lakehead showed some great toughness down the stretch against a very talented team. After the Lancers took a 29-16 lead heading into the 2nd quarter, the Thunderwolves responded, out-scoring Windsor 19-15 in the Q. 

Carolyn Fragle Scored 13 in Game

In her final game in the Thunderdome, Carolyn Fragale scored 13 points with 3 rebounds and 2 assists to lead the Thunderwolves. Kelsey Bardsley and Ashley Randall scored 11 points each, with Randall grabbing 4 rebounds as well. Ayse Kalkan chipped in 10 points. 

Jessica Clemencon once again led the Lancers, this time scoring 21 points with 11 rebounds. Miah-Marie Langlois came near to a triple-double with 15 points, 9 rebounds and 8 assists in 34 minutes of play. Korissa Williams added 13 points in 35 minutes of court time.

Graduating senior Carolyn Fragale (Thunder Bay, ON) was presented with a framed jersey following the game in a ceremony with her family, coach Jon Kreiner and Lakehead Athletics staff.

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