WBB | Tinnes Named to OUA All-Star Game

WBB | Tinnes Named to OUA All-Star Game

Fourth year point guard, Emily Tinnes, will be representing the Voyageurs at the annual OUA Women's Basketball All-Star Game.  After leading the blue and gold in scoring, averaging 12.4 points per game, and finishing in the top 10 in the OUA in steals, assists, three pointers made and points scored, Tinnes will line up beside some of the best the OUA has to offer.


Tinnes is one of nine players on the team coached by McMaster bench boss, Theresa Burns, and will be playing with athletes from universities in every corner of the province, including northern neighbours Algoma and Lakehead.  The full rosters include:


Team Theresa Burns

Jerika Baldin, Lakehead Thunderwolves
Burke Bechard, Guelph Gryphons
Tyra Blizzard, Windsor Lancers
Sarah Gates, McMaster Marauders
Nicole Morrison, Laurier Golden Hawks
Sofia Paska, Ryerson Rams
Sydney Resch, Algoma Thunderbirds
Lindsay Shotbolt, York Lions
Emily Tinnes, Laurentian Voyageurs

Team Taffe Charles

Jama Bin-Edward, Ryerson Rams
Chante Clarke, York Lions
Kristin Gallant, Brock Badgers
Linnaea Harper, McMaster Marauders
Veronica Lavergne, Queen's Gaels
Brooklynn McAlear-Fanus, Ottawa Gee-Gees
Keyira Parkes, Toronto Varsity Blues
Alexandra Trivieri, Carleton Ravens
Sydney Wilson, Waterloo Warriors

Tip-off is scheduled for 2pm at the Physical Athletics Complex on the campus of the University of Waterloo and will serve as the showcase of the U17 and U19 women's basketball Ontario Cup Provincial Championships.