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Last season, Smith became only the fourth wrestler to get to the 40 win-mark in the program’s NCAA era.

Morgan Smith finds success after yearly improvements

Morgan Smith, a fourth-year wrestler and one of the captains of the men’s wrestling team, has improved every year he’s wrestled. It’s been a long road for him to arrive where he is now. Just last season, he became only the fourth Clan athlete to break 40 wins in the NCAA era. “I started wrestling […]

Elisa Homer (left) led all players with 20 points.

Women’s basketball cruise to 71–57 victory

After a fairly long holiday break, the SFU women’s basketball team was back in action on December 29, taking on the Western Oregon Wolves. With both teams having 1–1 conference records, it was important for the Clan to get a win to start to separate themselves from the pack. Coming into this game, SFU had […]

Othniel Spence (centre) was arguably the lone bright spot, finishing with a career hight 10 points in 18 minutes.
SFU volleyball suffered heartbreak in the opening round of the playoffs.

A month in review for SFU athletics

The Peak may have been on a break, but SFU athletics certainly were not. Here’s what happened in the month and a bit since we’ve last published. Men’s Basketball It’s been a tough stretch for the men’s basketball team. The team has gone 0–4 over the break, losing its first two games against fellow Great […]

Antonio Brown is poised for a big game this Sunday against the Giants.

NFL Blitz with Jason Romisher: Week 13

Last Week: 10-6 Season: 104-71-2 The Kansas City-Denver game was fantastic last Sunday night and lived up to its prime-time billing. Both teams demonstrated that they are playoff contenders. The Jets and Panthers almost pulled off big time upsets last week but failed to get the job done in crunch time against the Patriots and […]

SFU hockey wins 5–1 over Selkirk College

It took just one week for SFU to find the goals that they were looking for. After scoring only one goal last week against Trinity Western despite having 35 shots, the Clan got five against Selkirk College in a penalty-filled game. “It was kind of a tale of three periods,” said head coach Mark Coletta […]

Tayla Jackson (#12) finished the game with 10 points and three rebounds.
This year Bassett finished 23rd at the national championships, leading SFU to their best ever finish.

You can’t catch Rebecca Bassett

Rebecca Bassett has been nothing but consistent since coming to SFU.  The track and field team has qualified for the National Championships every year since she came to SFU in 2012. Her passion for running has taken her to competitions in Washington, Kentucky, Missouri, and most recently Florida. Bassett plans on combining her love of […]

Tayler Drynan (#3) finished with three points in a season high 23 minutes.

Women’s basketball defeats Cal Poly Pomona 68–50

It was a rare noon tip-off for the women’s basketball team on Friday, but that didn’t hinder them from rolling over Cal Poly Pomona. On the back of a strong defensive performance, SFU came away with a 68–50 win over the Broncos. “I thought we were pretty good defensively at the start of the second […]

NFL Blitz Week 12 with Jason Romisher

It was 10–4 last week, to get back to the winnings ways. If you missed it, Washington absolutely destroyed Green Bay on Sunday night, led by the strong play of quarterback Kirk Cousins who had 375 passing yards and three touchdowns. Cousins, who only got a one-year deal in the off season to prove he […]

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