Lancers sold academics, athletics ‘extremely well’

Windsor adds one local product and one southern Ontario product to their 2019 class.

Linebackers Duncan McLean from Glendale High School and Bjorn Vaillancourt from Kennedy High School are another set of pieces to the overall plan of the University of Windsor Lancers.

Duncan McLean

Duncan McLean comes from a small town with a population of only around 15,800 people. His high school team only had 26 players. But he, and fellow teammate Justin Arnold, made it to the U Sports league.

McLean said he chose Windsor because they sold both their academics and athletics extremely well. “It felt very family-like there,” he added. “The coaching staff seemed very young and eager to help build up a strong foundation for the future.”

Standing at 6’3, 215lbs, McLean will be taking political science.

McLean is a current member of the Brantford Bisons (OFC). Hailing from Tillsonburg, he finished his last season with the Glendale Gemini (TVRA) in 2018. He is a former TVRA B champion and was named to the 1st-team all-star for the London District all-star team as a linebacker.

Bjorn Vaillancourt

Bjorn Vaillancourt, who is 6’0, 210lbs, is a local product. Already calling Windsor, Ontario, home, he played with the Essex Ravens (OPFL).

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