Men's hoops: Lancers Tyghten up in the low post

Nigel Johnson-Tyghter, an OCAA all-star power forward at Toronto's Sheridan College the past two seasons, has landed with the Windsor Lancers.

Greg Layson, who does realize better than most reporters that there is some reader interest in recruiting stories, reports that Johnson-Tyghter likely had long odds to be admitted by Guelph.

Johnson-Tyghter, who's 6-foot-7, 240 lbs., should help Windsor make up for the graduation of Greg Allin, their second-leading rebounder last season. I'll have to double-check to see if their main post player, Greg Surmacz, is coming back for a fifth season.

Gryphons lose transfer; Grades an issue, player chooses Windsor (Greg Layson, Guelph Mercury)
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  1. Oh yeah...not only is OUA MVP Greg Surmacz back...but the Lancers have brought in another former NCAA D1 player in 6'7" Matt Day. Day graduated from UNC Asheville. He has 2 years of CIS eligibility left. Also, 6'6" Andre Smythe, a local player from Windsor has returned from D1 Central Michigan. With the addition of Nigel Tgyhter-Johnson, the Lancers frontcourt is formidable.