Weekend Sports Recap (Jan 26-27) | St. Clair College
Monday, January 28, 2019
Saints Athletics

St. Clair Women's Volleyball Defeat Conestoga

(Windsor, Ontario) - The St. Clair College women’s volleyball team continued their second semester OCAA regular season schedule with a convincing 3-0 win over the Conestoga Condors on Sunday afternoon at the Sportsplex.

Set scores for the Saints were 25-11, 25-21 and 25-14.

Middle Jessica Masse (Cottam; Essex District) had a big game with 8 kills on 12 attempts, 1 stuff block and 4 digs. Rookie Amelia Oliverio (Windsor, St. Joseph’s) had a solid game as well with 7 kills and 6 digs.

With the win the Saints improved to 12-2 on the season while Conestoga fell to 1-13. St. Clair is ranked 2nd in Ontario and 10th in Canada.

St. Clair Men's Indoor Soccer Earn Silver

(Ancaster, Ontario) - The St. Clair College varsity men’s indoor soccer team started off their OCAA schedule on a positive note.

The Saints travelled to Ancaster to take part in the Redeemer University Royal Cup on Saturday and came home with the Silver medal.

In their first match, St. Clair defeated the host Redeemer 2-1. Martin Nyul and Korede Adepitan scored for the Saints.

In their next match, the Saints took down the Centennial Colts 5-2. Goal scorers were Nyul, Nick Bauer, Tyrone Mulder, Evan Mendonca and Matt Montaleone. In their third match of the day St. Clair tied the George Brown Huskies 2-2. Goal scores were Adepitan and Mulder. In their fourth and final round robin match the Saints tied the University of Toronto-Mississauga 0-0. Goal scorers were Morneau and Nicholas.

The Saints finished the round robin with a record of 2-0-2 which was good enough for 1st place in their pool. This set up the gold medal match against the Sheridan Bruins, who finished 1st in the other pool with a record of 4-0. In a tight exciting match the score at the end of regulation was 1-1 with Montaleone scoring for St. Clair. Unfortunately the Bruins came out on top after penalty kicks to claim the tournament championship trophy.