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Ellen Kett had 15 points and eight assists in 35 minutes of action. The win sets up a big contest against Western Washington on Tuesday.

Women’s basketball defeat Seattle Pacific 72–60

Since their last game earlier this year, both Simon Fraser’s and Seattle Pacific’s seasons have taken very different paths. In that game, the Clan was able to defeat the Falcons after a comeback fourth quarter. The win left SFU with a 7–1 conference record, and SPU with a 5–2 record, just behind them. Since that […]

Michael Provenzano (#20) had 21 points and four assists while playing a game high 37 minutes.
Meg Wilson finished the game with a game-high 17 points, including three steals.

Simon Fraser defeats Saint Martin’s 57–41

After a stunning defeat in the overtime battle against Central Washington on Saturday, Simon Fraser travelled to Washington on Thursday to take on the Saint Martin’s University Saints. They took care of business, playing arguably their best defense of the season, and holding the opponents to only 41 points. Things did not start ideally for […]

Last season SFU finished with 12–16 conference record, good enough for sixth overall.

SFU softball season preview

After narrowly missing the playoffs last year, SFU softball begins their 2017 campaign as they travel to Hawaii this weekend for four pre-season double-headers. Reflecting on last season, head coach Mike Renney believes his team was just a few steps away from a playoff berth. “I think that last season, if anything, we probably missed […]

Addy Townsend (right) won the 800-metre with a personal best time of 2:10.27 seconds.
SFU is now 15-3-2 on the season, good enough for first place in the BCIHL.

SFU hockey win 3–1 over Selkirk College

A third game in as many nights is a daunting task, but that’s what SFU faced when they played Selkirk College on Saturday night. Winning the previous two games against Trinity Western and Eastern Washington, a win would see the Clan go for perfect in this difficult stretch, and extend their lead on top of […]

Samantha Beauchamp (#20) had 10 points and eight rebounds coming off the bench for SFU.

Simon Fraser struggle offensively, lose 73–66

Heading into this game, Simon Fraser was riding a four-game winning streak and winner of 12 of the last 13 games. In this one, however, they struggled throughout. When coach Bruce Langford was questioned after the game, he simply said “I didn’t think we were ready to play.” Things started well for the Clan, as […]

Michael Provenzano was the only SFU player in double digits for scoring, finishing with 13 points.

SFU lose 18th straight game of season to Alaska Anchorage

Coming into the game, Simon Fraser knew they were given a tough task. They were facing a top team in the Alaska Anchorage Seawolves, who were winners of their last five, and Simon Fraser were losers of their last 17. Everything seemed to play out exactly as you would expect it to. Throughout the game, […]

Gibson this season has broken numerous SFU records, including a school record in the 200-yard backstroke.

Jessie Gibson rewriting the SFU record books

It’s been a remarkable season so far for Jessie Gibson. Hailing from Abbotsford, Gibson has stepped onto SFU’s swimming team and put in impressive or record-setting performances in nearly every meet this season. Only a freshman, she’s forgone the usual adjustment period and become one of SFU’s key contributors. “I had been talking to Coach […]

With a win Sunday Tom Brady will have the most Super Bowl victories of any quarterback in NFL history.

NFL Blitz with Jason Romisher: Super Bowl Preview

Playoff Record: 2–0 last week and 7–3 overall Super Bowl LI is an incredibly intriguing matchup between the up and coming Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots who have earned the right to be among the NFL’s aristocracy.  Since Tom Brady and Bill Belichick teamed up in 2001, the Patriots have been AFC Champions […]

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