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Elsewhere in SFU athletics. . .

Men’s Golf

SFU placed in second at the Notre Dame De Namur Argo Invitational. Kevin Vigna finished in second place individually, one back of the leader. Chris Crisologo finished tied for second with 12 birdies, and Michael Caan finished in 15th. Their next competition is the California Baptist Invitational from March 21 to 22.

Track & Field

SFU competed in the annual NCAA NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field Championships with Cameron Proceviat finishing just over a second off winning a national championship. He was named a first team All-American, while five other SFU runners were also named.

Softball

SFU swept Central Washington University to win their seventh straight game. The Clan won the first game 10–9, with eight of SFU’s runs being scored in the first two innings. Nicole Ratel went two for three, and hit a home run. In the second game, SFU won 7–6, with five of the Clan’s runs coming in the second inning. Taylor Lundrigan led the team offensively in the second game, going three for five.

Men’s Wrestling

Junior Tyler McLean finished fourth at the NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships. In doing this, he became only the second SFU men’s wrestler in the NCAA era to achieve this honour. McLean finished with a 45–13 record, and is only the third wrestler in SFU’s history to achieve this in the NCAA.

With files from SFU Athletics

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