Wallaceburg’s Lucier Transfers To St. Clair
The St. Clair College Women’s Basketball team are welcoming U SPORTS transfer Alyssa Lucier (Wallaceburg, ON) to strengthen the Saints backcourt leading into the 2022-23 season.
Lucier is a 5’6″ guard and Wallaceburg District Secondary School product with playing experience at the University of Manitoba (Winnipeg) in the 2015-16 season as well as time with the London Rambler’s JUEL team along with the Wallaceburg Airhawks. Her prep years at Wallaceburg ended with her being named team captain and MVP. The multi-sport athlete was also the MVP of her curling and soccer teams which allowed her to cap off her high school career as the school’s Outstanding Female Senior Athlete of the Year.
Saints Head Coach Andy Kiss stated, “Alyssa is a proven U SPORTS calibre player having last played for the Manitoba Bisons. Her skills and talent remain strong, and we are excited she wishes to return to competition at the OCAA level with our program.”
Kiss continued, “Alyssa will significantly bolster our guard play for the 2022-23 season and beyond with the ability to play any of the guard roles. We are thrilled to bring her aboard.”
Lucier is very strong academically and will be studying St. Clair’s Paralegal-Accelerated program and is already a graduate of Criminology with a Major in Childhood Studies and Social Institutions from the University of Western Ontario. She was also a Brad Lightfoot Scholarship and Ray Aarssen Scholarship award winner.