Lancers add CFC100, one other to growing class

Lances add one provincial commit and one out-of-province commit to their 2019 class.

CFC100 Liam Cumarasamy, a linebacker from Terry Fox Secondary School, and Justin Arnold, an offensive lineman from Glendale High School, each have their own reasons for committing to the University of Windsor Lancers, but both are up to the challenge of U Sports football.

CFC100 Liam Cumarasamy

Courtesy of Liam Cumarasamy.

When Liam Cumarasamy heard about Windsor’s new $112 million engineering building, he couldn’t help but look at the school. “Since my education goal is to study mechanical engineering, with a specialization in automotive, Windsor has one of the best programs in the country,” he said. “I loved the campus environment.”

Cumarasamy, who is from Maple Ridge, BC, added that, “I believe that the team, with the ‘new era’ mentality and new head coach, is positioned to make great strides in the coming years and I want to be a part of this movement!”

On the topic of coaches, Cumarasamy said that the staff is amazing. “Coach Flamia and Coach Alexander are two great coaches and they have really improved the defence since coming to Windsor,” he added. “Coach JP Circelli is coming from the top program in Ontario and I believe that as a head coach, he will mould Windsor into a championship team.”

The 5’11, 195lbs outside linebacker has played for several teams in his career. He was a member of the Meadow Ridge Knights (VCFL) from 2011 to 2016. He then spent two years with the Terry Fox Ravens (BCSSAA). In 2016 he participated in the ABC Border Bowl and took part in the Fox 40 Prospect Challenge in 2017 and 2018.

He was the Ravens’ top academic athlete in 2107. He was also a BC conference all-star and provincial all-star in 2018. That same year he was named to the CFC All-Canadian team and was the Terry Fox Captain Crunch award winner.

Justin Arnold

Justin Arnold is from Tillsonburg, Ontario, which is southwest of Brantford. The 6’3, 275lbs guard played for the Brantford Bisons (OFC). He played high school ball with the Glendale Gemini (TVRA).

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