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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.
Adam Callegari (#36) finished the season sixth in league scoring and will be back next season.

SFU hockey ousted from BCIHL playoffs

For the second year in a row, the season for SFU hockey came to a premature end. After a 6–3 loss to the University of Victoria on Friday night, the Clan needed a win to keep the season alive. In that game, SFU had a 3–1 lead before giving up five straight goals to lose […]

This was the scene of the Board Meeting when the stadium was cancelled. The room was calmer today as the SFSS approved the project they originally scrapped.

SFSS approves the creation of a stadium (this time for real)

It’s like the saying goes: if at first you don’t succeed in building the stadium that students voted for and have already started paying for, try, try again. With a unanimous vote, the Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS) has decided to move forward in approving a new version of the Build SFU stadium, a project […]

This season, Gearey’s .313 batting average is second on the team, and she’s also second in on-base percentage.
Sophie Swant (middle) continued her great form since coming into the starting lineup, recording a team-high 18 points.
Mamadi Camara (#6) scored SFU's first goal of the match.

Men’s soccer edged out by Whitecaps FC 2 in six-goal contest

SFU men’s soccer was unlucky to come away empty-handed from their meeting with Whitecaps FC 2 on Friday evening, as an entertaining affair on Terry Fox Field saw the visiting Vancouver side outscore their hosts 4–2. Coming into the game after a 5–1 victory over the Fraser Valley All-Stars a week previously, the Clan was […]

Sophie Swant had a season-high 17 points in place of the injured Meg Wilson in the starting lineup.

Women’s basketball moving on with 69–65 victory

If SFU was going to win this game, it was going to come in a totally different way than their previous two games. Against Alaska Anchorage, SFU had a five-point lead before giving up 22 points. In the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) quarter-final versus Central Washington, the Clan had a 10-point lead heading into […]

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