Posts in Sports

Michael Couture (right) was one of the two SFU alums selected in the CFL draft.

Seven Clan football athletes invited to CFL Combine

Seven seniors from SFU’s football team have been invited to CFL combines. Michael Couture and Quinn Horton have been invited to the 2016 CFL National Combine in Toronto, which will take place from March 11th to March 13th. Earl Anderson, Tyler Nickel, Jamie Puffer, Nikolai Karpun, and Tiernan Docherty have been invited to the Regional […]

Oshea Gairey (right) averaged 13.3 points per game, and was in consideration for GNAC Freshman of the Year.

Men’s basketball season review

Some nights they’d look competitive. Heck, on some nights they’d even have a lead at the end of the first half. But even on those nights, usually the other team took over and dominated the second half, leading to yet another loss. “We would have [good] halves here and there, but it could never be […]

Berry-Lamontagna is third on the team in scoring this season, with 19 points in 23 games.

Mathew Berry-Lamontagna’s journey with hockey

It takes a great amount of commitment to get to a high level in hockey, and Mathew Berry-Lamontagna is a perfect example of this commitment. Having started playing the game at an early age, he has been to many towns and a part of many leagues — including the highest level of junior hockey in […]

Adam Jones (centre) and teammates were not able to crack a tough TFC defence.
Dan Hamhuis was not traded at the deadline, much to the disappointment of Canucks fans.

NHL Trade Deadline winners and losers

The 2016 Trade Deadline lived up to its name this year: it was absolutely dead. With only 19 trades and 37 players moved, this was one of the quietest trade deadlines of all time. Let’s not be mistaken — the week prior to the deadline was filled with moves that saw several teams evidently bulking […]

Blas Perez, seen here in action with Panama, was acquired from FC Dallas over the offseason.

Vancouver Whitecaps Season Preview

As the NHL season begins to wind down and the hopes of any Canadian teams making the playoffs continues to dwindle, it’s the perfect time to look forward to new possibilities. March 6 marks the beginning of a new season in Major League Soccer, which means that the Vancouver Whitecaps will return to BC Place […]

Sports Briefs

Women’s Basketball SFU won their 14th straight game against Alaska Anchorage Thursday night with a score of 83–68. Elisa Homer finished with a team-high 25 points, and senior Alisha Roberts had 24. Rachel Fradgley finished with nine rebounds on the night. The team begins its quest for the GNAC title on March 3. Men’s Basketball […]

Swistak currently has the fifth fastest time in the 200 metre butterfly this season.

Lauren Swistak swims through life with purpose

A third-year criminology student, Swistak is at the top of her swimming game. She’s helping the SFU Clan to recent victories over the University of Victoria and Seattle University in dual swimming meets. She currently holds the fifth-fastest time in the 200 metre butterfly in the NCAA D2 in this season, and was honoured alongside […]

Mathew Berry-Lamontagna scored the tying goal Saturday and the eventual winner in the shootout.

SFU Hockey splits games against Selkirk College

After a big home win against Trinity Western, the Clan travelled up to Castlegar for a crucial two game road trip against Selkirk College — the team they lost to last year in the finals. The teams split the two games, but SFU is still in the lead, albeit by only a single point now. The […]

Carmen Brown spent the last two seasons playing in the ECNL.

SFU Women’s Soccer gets a high five in the off season

Hoping to build on their first winning season in five years, the SFU Women’s soccer team has added five new players to their roster this offseason. Coach Annie Hamel, in her second year in charge of the program, has added three midfielders, one striker, and one defender in an attempt to bolster the team in […]

Page 20 of 229« First...10...1819202122...304050...Last »
advertisement