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Othniel Spence put up a team high 29 and 24 points in the final two games of the season, and is expected to be one of the key players of the program going forward.

Men’s basketball’s goal for next season clear — make playoffs

First-year head coach Steve Hanson was glowing about the challenge he faced as a first-time university head coach. After spending years as a high school head coach, last year he was an assistant coach for SFU. “It’s exciting, you just have to be sharp everyday, every practice. Every minute in practice means something,” he explained. […]

Lashar has played in every single game for SFU Lacrosse this season.

Jeremy Lashar sticks the landing

You’d have a hard time finding a more tight-knit group of guys than SFU’s lacrosse team. They’re always communicating, whether it’s in the middle of a game, on the bus travelling to an away game, or in the study hall helping each other out with their schoolwork. For goalie Jeremy Lashar, the team is like […]

Left-handed pitcher Chris Sale was traded from the Chicago White Sox to the Boston Red Sox in a blockbuster deal.

2017 MLB Season Preview

Major Transactions from around the league: Off-season Trades: Chicago Cubs traded LF Jorge Soler to Kansas City Royals for RHP Wade Davis Chicago Cubs:   You remember trading snacks at lunch in elementary school? The Cubs’ acquisition of Davis is the kid that snuck four packs of Fruit Gushers into his lunch kit and traded […]

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Buchanan was instrumental in the success of the men’s soccer team and both the men’s and women’s golf team.

SFU golf set to honour late coach John Buchanan

The annual SFU golf fundraising tournament is going to look a little different this time around. It has a new namesake, too. This year, the tournament has been renamed and reformatted to honour former coach John Buchanan, who passed away in January. The Buchanan Classic will be held on April 10 at the Vancouver Golf […]

Vladislav Tsygankov broke records in both the long jump and 400-metre events, while winning both.
Woinoski finished in sixth place and got an all-American honour in the 1,650m freestyle at the Division II National Championships.

Tim Woinoski taking his swimming career the extra mile

Tim Woinoski’s swimming endeavours were destined to occur at SFU, given that Woinoski’s history with SFU goes way before his freshman year. Woinoski started swimming competitively in grade 10 and practiced swimming at SFU ever since. “I didn’t look at any other place except SFU when I [was] searching for universities to swim for,” Woinoski […]

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 […]

Chris Crisologo's four-under-68 on day two was good enough for a tie for first.

SFU men’s golf finish in sixth place at Cal Baptist Invitational

In a season that’s growing with promise each tournament, SFU men’s golf continued their upwards trend this week. March 20 and 21 saw the Clan travel to Corona, California to take part in the California Baptist University Invitational. The team finished 27-over-par, good enough for a spot at sixth on the team leaderboard. The Clan […]

Ante Litre finished second in SFU in rushing yards-per-game last season.

Seven SFU football alumni invited to CFL combines

The CFL combine rosters have been announced, and once again there are a number of SFU football alumni taking part. Just like last year, a total of seven Clan athletes have been invited — five to the West Regional combine, and two directly to the National Combine. Felix Gacusana Jr., Jordan Pugh, Tyrel Ratich, and […]

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