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Women's soccer is now 2-1-1 on the season.
Women's soccer is now 2-1-1 on the season.
Image Credits: Brad McLeod

Men’s Soccer

SFU won 2–1 over BYU-Hawaii Thursday night. Michael North got the last-minute winner in the 89th minute. This came four minutes after BYU tied the score at one, and that goal was the first conceded by SFU in non-conference play. The win keeps the Clan undefeated on the year. The team’s first home game is against Seattle Pacific on Thursday.

Women’s Soccer

On Wednesday, the Clan lost 4–0 to Concordia University Irvine. The Eagles had 10 shots on goal in the contest, compared to only two for SFU. The loss is the first for the team this season. Their first home game is against Western Washington on Saturday.

Track and Field

SFU has announced that Bradley Graham will be the new throws coach after Garrett Collier’s departure. Graham previously founded and led the Dynamo Throwers Club, based out of Maple Ridge.

With files from SFU Athletics

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