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SFU, Scotland, and me

There’s a plaque on the wall up in Saywell Hall. You probably walk past it every day, not giving it a second thought if you see it, possibly not even noticing it at all. But this plaque provided me a small chuckle the other day. Why? Because I was entering the classroom that houses SFU’s […]

SFU is now 2-2 in their spring schedule.

SFU shut out by UBC as visitors take victory

SFU men’s soccer was unable to find a way past UBC goalkeeper Chad Bush on Friday night, as the Thunderbirds produced a solid defensive display to leave Burnaby Mountain with a 2–0 victory. A goal in each half was ultimately the undoing of the Clan, as SFU was left to rue missed opportunities in a […]

Talor Mykle-Winkler is a third year prop forward on the women's rugby team.

An interview with Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe, queen of the basketball courts

“I actually haven’t graduated yet!” Those might sound like strange words to hear from a former student of SFU, but Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe has a pretty good reason for having not completed her university studies. Namely, she is a rising star in an exciting new era for Canadian women’s basketball. Raincock-Ekunwe arrived at SFU back in […]

Mamadi Camara (#6) scored SFU's first goal of the match.

Men’s soccer edged out by Whitecaps FC 2 in six-goal contest

SFU men’s soccer was unlucky to come away empty-handed from their meeting with Whitecaps FC 2 on Friday evening, as an entertaining affair on Terry Fox Field saw the visiting Vancouver side outscore their hosts 4–2. Coming into the game after a 5–1 victory over the Fraser Valley All-Stars a week previously, the Clan was […]

SFU will be sending 13 swimmers to nationals, a record number since the program switched to the NCAA.

SFU swimming looking to impress at NCAA Nationals

Thirteen swimmers in total will make up Canada’s NCAA team, which will travel to Birmingham, Alabama for the meet, which begins on Wednesday. The team will look to build on the highly successful showing at last year’s event, which saw eight all-American finishes en route to a tenth-place finish overall. Amongst those finishing with all-American […]

Adam Jones (#10), seen here in action last season, scored SFU’s first goal of the match.
Meg Wilson finished with 10 points and four rebounds in 34 minutes of action, including the winning basket with 0.3 seconds left.

SFU edges out Alaska Fairbanks with last-second Meg Wilson basket

The tried and trusted combination of Ellen Kett and Meg Wilson proved the game-deciding difference on Thursday night. SFU women’s basketball claimed a dramatic 73–71 win at home over Alaska Fairbanks to move to 15–4 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC). With the scores tied at 71, Kett’s pass found Wilson in the shadow […]

Canada's Reegan O'Gorman claims a lineout in their loss to the USA.
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