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Matthew Stafford has cut down on the turnover recently, a good sign ahead of their game against the Vikings.

NFL Blitz with Jason Romisher Week 9

Last Week: 8–4–1 Season: 68–50–2 Byes: Chicago, Washington, Arizona, Houston, Cincinnati, New England The winning percentage keeps going up with another solid week! The Browns came oh-so-close last week in getting their first win, but were edged 31–28 by the Jets. The big upset of the week turned out to be the Monday nighter, where […]

Former UBC player Kedar Wright  (centre) led the team with 20 points.
Jaret Babych (centre) scored the team's third goal of the night.

SFU hockey wins 4–2 over UVic

In a tight game compared to their last contest, SFU was able to grind out a 4–2 result against the University of Victoria Vikes. The Clan got four goals from four different players, a good sight considering the injuries up front to Adam Callegari, Tyler Basham, Mike Sandor, and Jesse Mysiorek. “We just have good […]

Russell Westbrook is already off to a hot start, and is a must-watch player this season.

NBA Season Preview: The association returns

The 2016–17 NBA season is here, with expert predictions that will invariably be wrong, and optimism that is misplaced. Yet, there is something magical about the return of ball season. Here are the four major storylines to follow this upcoming season. 1) Golden State is the best team in the league . . . again. […]

With the win, SFU won their first GNAC championship since 2013.

SFU men’s soccer wins GNAC Championship

Is SFU’s men soccer team the new Leicester of the GNAC? It seems like it with the historical season they’ve had. The Clan gave an impressive performance for their last home game and dismantled the Northwest Nazareth’s Crusaders with four goals. This victory extended the Clan’s unbeaten streak to 18 matches. SFU is now one […]

Michael Provenzano (#20) finished with 14 points in 25 minutes of game time.

Men’s basketball dominates in first exhibition game

It is to the sound of a cheerful crowd in the West Gym that SFU men’s basketball had its first preseason game. The Clan opened their preseason with authority with a 97–63 win over Douglas College and dropped 16 three-pointers in the victory.   The Clan was up 22 points in the first half against […]

Lauren Swistak was named to the 2016-17 Division II Pre-Season All-America team.

SFU swimming in for improved success

SFU’s swim team saw massive achievements this past spring, and head coach Liam Donnelly has hopes for a bigger win for the upcoming season. The team consists of an equal spread of 13 swimmers on the men’s and women’s teams this year, with nine new recruits. “Everyone on the team get[s] along and care[s] for […]

Elisa Homer is expected to be a key contributor for the team this season.

Big things expected from women’s basketball

The 2015–16 season did not start in the most idyllic way for the Clan. One of SFU’s forwards, Meg Wilson, was forced to take a medical redshirt after only two games. The team also went through an injury crisis, ending up with only six healthy players. However, the team defied all expectations and changed the […]

Rampuri finished 11th in both the Western Washington and the Concordia invitationals.

Jaya Rampuri set for a bright future

For most students, your first semester at university is a time of adjustment. Almost everything is different from high school, from the size of the classes to the expectations of schoolwork; it’s a serious step up. Now add the commitment of a demanding practice schedule, and you get a sense of what Jaya Rampuri, a […]

Gibran Sewani (#21) is one of two returning senior on the team.

Men’s basketball is “laying groundwork” for the future

“I want this program to be a program that makes the playoffs every year,” head coach Steve Hanson said. “Until we’re a top six team, I won’t stop.” It’s a great vision from the first-year bench boss. In six years playing in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) — four of them eligible for a […]

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