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Tamara Nipp (#13)  was named GNAC Offensive Player of the Week after her 63 assist performance.
Tamara Nipp (#13) was named GNAC Offensive Player of the Week after her 63 assist performance.
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Women’s Soccer

SFU won its first Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) game of the season, beating Central Washington 2–0. Both goals came in the second half, with Emma Pringle scoring just one minute in, and Olivia Aguiar scoring in the 74th minute.

Volleyball

SFU volleyball was named Red Lion/GNAC Team of the Week. The Clan was named Team of the Week after a seven-game winning streak that included beating conference champions and Division II semifinalists Western Washington. Setter Tamara Nipp was also named GNAC Offensive Player of the Week after recording 63 assists in the game against Western Washington.

Cross Country

SFU women’s cross country finished fourth at the Sundodger Invitational at the University of Washington. Senior Rebecca Bassett finished ninth in the field. Their next meet is the Stanford Invitational on October 1.

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