Nipissing Lakers

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Nipissing Lakers
Nipissing Lakers Logo.png
UniversityNipissing University
Conference Ontario University Athletics
Location North Bay, Ontario
Varsity teams14
Football stadiumNipissing University Soccer Pitch
Basketball arenaRobert J Surtees Gymnasium
Ice hockey arenaMemorial Gardens
MascotLouie the Laker
ColoursBlue and Green
         
Website nulakers.ca

The Nipissing Lakers are the athletic teams that represent Nipissing University in North Bay, Ontario, Canada.

The Lakers varsity programs compete in men's and women's basketball, ice hockey, volleyball, soccer, cross country running, rowing, and nordic skiing. [1] There is also a cross country ski team that occasionally obtains varsity status depending on team size.

RJ Surtees Student Athletic Centre exterior NipissingU RJ Surtees Student Athletic Centre Exterior.jpg
RJ Surtees Student Athletic Centre exterior
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RJ Surtees Student Athletic Centre living wall

Men's Basketball

The Lakers men's basketball team debuted USports and OUA play in the 2014–15 season. The head coach of the team is Thomas Cory. The Lakers play their home games at the Robert J. Surtees Athletic Centre on the campus of Nipissing University.

Ice Hockey

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