Windsor Lancers “felt like home”

Windsor adds an Ontario commit to their Class of 2018.

It didn’t take long for Nathan Vicary, a slotback from St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School, to feel like he belonged with the University of Windsor Lancers.

By Father Thomas.

“As soon as I arrived for my first visit it felt like home. The coaches treated me right and it just felt like I was apart of a family and already apart of the team,” he said. “They are an up-and-coming team with the potential to be at the top of the OUA in a couple years and I feel like they were a great fit for me (for) my position and my skillset.”

He added that, “I saw myself getting on the field and contributing the most at the University of Windsor.”

Originally from London, Ontario, Vicary, who is 6’0, 185lbs, is interested in taking nursing.

Vicary has been apart of two undefeated seasons in 2017. The first was with the London Jr. Mustangs (OPFL) who went 11-0 on route to a championship win over the Ottawa Sooners (OPFL). Vicary recovered an onside kick in that game. The second was when the St. Thomas Aquinas Flames (Thames Valley Regional Athletics) went undefeated for the first time in 28 years. He won a heart and soul award and was named as the team’s MVP. He spent five years with the Flames.

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