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Mackenzie Hamill was named to theCollegeSwimming.com’s Division II Pre-Season All-America team off the back of last year's strong season.

Sports Briefs

Women’s Field Hockey SFU women’s field hockey have announced that John Smythe will be their head coach for the upcoming season. Smythe was a former member of the Canadian national men’s field hockey team. Women’s Soccer SFU was held to a scoreless draw against the Cal State LA Golden Eagles on Thursday night. The draw […]

Russell Wilson will be scrambling a lot this weekend against the Dolphins.

WEB EXCLUSIVE: NFL Blitz with Jason Romisher

The first week of classes often means something far greater than the academic concerns of SFU students. That’s because it’s week one of the National Football League! This week and every week during the season, I will be predicting the outcome of each NFL game and giving you some insights on all the games to […]

Ante Litre (#44), seen here in action last season, finished with six carries and two yards of offence

SFU football loses to Division I Idaho State 47–3

The beginning of a new season is supposed to be a fresh start for any sports team. Unfortunately, it was more of the same for Kelly Bates and SFU football in the beginning of their new campaign. The Clan lost 47–3 to the Idaho State University Bengals. The team is 0–1 to start the 2016 […]

Pringle scored two goals in the span of seven minutes in her first match for the Clan.

An unforgettable debut for forward Emma Pringle

It was a night that won’t soon be forgotten by Emma Pringle and supporters of SFU women’s soccer. On her NCAA debut, the freshman from North Vancouver scored two goals to lead her team to a 2–0 victory over the Academy of Art. Both goals came in spectacular fashion. “She was incredible, driving play all […]

Christina Dickson is expected to score the goals, but will have more of a supporting cast this season

Women’s soccer ready to make this season count

Last season the SFU women’s soccer team showed remarkable improvement. After ending the 2014 season 2–16, the team roared back with a 7–6–2 record in 2015. However, it was how last season ended that has the team fired up for this year. The team needed a win in their final game against Western Oregon to […]

Mamadi Camara had a goal an assist in a dominant win Thursday.

Sports Briefs

Men’s Soccer The Clan won their first competitive game of the season Thursday, beating California State San Bernardino 3–0. SFU’s goals were scored by Pascal Schmidt, Adam Jones, and Mamadi Camara, who also added an assist. SFU was dominant defensively, not allowing the Coyotes a single shot on target the entire game. The team’s next […]

Jordan Herdman (#57) will be tasked to lead the Clan defence once again

SFU football is focusing on the process

For the first time in a long time, SFU football has some stability, at least in the coaching department. Head coach Kelly Bates has returned for a second season in charge, and is looking to avoid last year’s winless campaign. Perhaps the only silver lining one could take from last year’s record is the fact […]

Senior Alison McKay (#10) is poised to have another fantastic season

Veteran group expected to lead the Clan this season

SFU volleyball heads into the 2016 season with high expectations. That’s because this year, there are 12 players returning from a team that finished fifth in the GNAC conference last season. “I think it’s always helpful when you return 12 players,” head coach Gina Schmidt told The Peak. “So far I think it’s probably the […]

Sophomore Mamadi Camara is poised to have a “special year,” according to head coach Clint Schneider.

High expectations once again for men’s soccer

SFU’s men’s soccer team has arguably been the most successful program since the school switched to the NCAA. An undefeated season in 2011 and two trips to the final four in 2012 and 2013 has meant that expectations for the team are always sky-high. Despite not making it to the postseason last year, the team […]

Litre ran for 648 yards last season, which led the team last season.

Ante Litre is helping lead the way for the Clan

There’s no getting around it: last season was a tough one for SFU football. The team suffered a winless season, their worst showing in the NCAA era. However, senior running back Ante Litre is determined to help lead the Clan to victories this season. “I want to lead the team to a few victories,” said […]

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