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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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Helen Maroulis, who last participated for the Clan in 2014, became the first American female to win gold in women’s wrestling

SFU at the Olympics

The Olympics ended on August 21, and while Canada fell in love with Penny Oleksiak and Andre De Grasse, a number of current and former members of the SFU community achieved great things at the Rio Olympics. Here are some of the notable highlights. Bronze for Glaesser The 24-year-old computing science student, Jasmin Glaesser, won […]

Olivia Aguiar, seen here in action last season, scored the first goal of the match to give SFU the lead.

SFU women’s soccer draw 1–1 with UBC

If Saturday’s result was any indication, the women’s soccer team is poised for another competitive season. The Clan tied their crosstown rivals 1–1 in their first game against each other in eight years. UBC are currently the defending CIS champs in women’s soccer, whereas in two years prior to last season, SFU only managed a […]


Top 10 NHL Draft picks for 2016

I’ve often said that the NHL Draft is my favourite time of the hockey calendar. I love the suspense when a trade is announced, and I enjoy projecting where players could go and what role they could eventually play. With no Canadian NHL teams making the playoffs, the top 10 positions of the Draft will […]

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

Two SFU players are off to the Canadian Football League

Even though the SFU football team went winless last season, two new CFL draftees are proving that the team is still capable of turning heads. On the annual CFL Draft held on May 10, former Clan football players Michael Couture and Quinn Horton were picked by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and the Calgary Stampeders respectively. […]

Sidney Crosby’s golden goal will go down as the best-ever ending in sports history.

The best sports endings of all time

3) Canadian Football: Saskatchewan vs Montreal, 2009 Grey Cup The “best sports ending” label might not apply here if you are a Saskatchewan Roughriders fan. But, like it or not, the final scenes of the 2009 Grey Cup will go down in infamy as one of the most ridiculous endings to any event, ever. The […]

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