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Lakehead’s Jylisa Williams 50 points, one shy of all-time U SPORTS basketball record

Lakehead’s Jylisa Williams scored a career-high 50 points to break the Ontario University Association (OUA) record.

Lakehead’s Jylisa Williams torched the Toronto Varsity Blues to break the Ontario University Association (OUA) single women’s basketball scoring record with a 50-point game.

William’s 50 point effort is just the second in U Sports women’s basketball history and one point short of the all-time record set by Winnipeg’s Sandra Carroll on February 17th, 1994 against the Regina Cougars.

Other players that have scored 50 points in CIS/USPORTS game Saint Mary’s Carol Turney-Loos on Dec 3, 1976 against Mout Allison. Bishop’s Deb Huband also went for a career-high 50 points on July 1, 1979.

Brock Badgers Candi Lohr 49 points previously stood as the OUA’s all-time high.

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