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Hailey Gearey went 2-3 in SFU's 11-2 loss to Central Washington.

SFU softball drop both games against Central Washington

With numerous weather delays and cancellations to start the season, SFU softball is now in the thick of things in the regular season. After splitting the doubleheader against Saint Martin’s to start the homestand, the Clan wasn’t able to make it three wins out of four over the weekend, as they lost both games to […]

Rachel Fradgley dominated down the stretch for SFU women's basketball and is expected to be one of the leaders next season.

2016–17 season one to remember for SFU women’s basketball

It truly was a season to remember for SFU women’s basketball — arguably the program’s best-ever in the NCAA era. The team finished with a 26-8 record, 10 wins the better than the season before and one win better than the previous record of 25 set back in 2013. They also advanced to the Sweet […]

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 […]

The Distance Medley Relay team of Addy Townsend, Alana Mussatto, Paige Nock, and Chantel Desch placed 6th with a time of 3:29.45.

Clan track and field team impresses at NCAA DII Championship

Simon Fraser enjoyed a successful weekend at the NCAA Division II Championship in Birmingham, Alabama over this past weekend. They left the competition with a total of four all-American honours from Addy Townsend and Vladislav Tsygankov, with Paige Nock and Ella Brown both coming very close to adding to the total. Competitors are given all-American […]

Smith finished in 4th place, ending the season with a 34-7 record.
Jessie Gibson finished 5th in the 100-yard butterfly as well as 4th in the 200-yard butterfly.

SFU swimming deliver standout performances at NCAA Championship

The swim team had a successful weekend in Birmingham, Alabama, where it took part in the NCAA championship. When talking to head coach Liam Donnelly, he said that, “On the men’s side, we scored more points overall, and placed higher, than was predicted by the incoming rankings.” Similarly, on the women’s side, the team “improved […]

Jordan and Justin Herdman, alongside Ante Milanovic-Litre, were put through their paces at the North Shore bubble complex.
The tournament begins in earnest tomorrow with the round of 64.

The Peak’s March Madness preview

Round of 64 predicted upsets East: (12) UNC Wilmington over (5) Virginia: After giving fourth-seeded Duke a scare last year, UNC Wilmington will be looking to make it to the round of 32. As a team that lives and dies by the three-ball with four players averaging at least 3.7 three point attempts per game, […]

In her final collegiate game, Ellen Kett had 3 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists and 2 steals in 39 minutes.
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