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Emily Leung led all SFU golfers with a four over par performance.

SFU women’s golf finish ninth in Pioneer Shootout

An SFU program on the rise suffered their first setback of the spring this week. SFU women’s golf finished ninth in the Tim Tierney Pioneer Shootout. This followed an impressive fourth-place conclusion to their first action of the spring. March 6 and 7 saw the Clan travel to Vallejo, California to play the tournament. Held […]

The original blueprints for the stadium portion of Build SFU, before it was scrapped back in August.

SFSS reopens possibility of creating a stadium after all

SFU football may not have had a win on the field this season, but their field might be getting its own win. After the Simon Fraser Student Society (SFSS) abruptly cancelled the stadium project as part of Build SFU last August, the announcement that the project would be reviewed came out this week. This comes […]

Tia Tsang (#1) is expected to get significant minutes with the injury to Meg Wilson.

SFU women’s basketball gear up for national tournament

For the first time since 2014, SFU women’s basketball is off to the NCAA national tournament. They’ve been installed as the fifth seed in the west region bracket, and will play UC San Diego in the opening game. It won’t be an easy matchup, but from here on out, all games will be trying and […]

Brendan Lamont finished with one assist and was involved in numerous scoring chances for the Clan.
SFU will be sending 13 swimmers to nationals, a record number since the program switched to the NCAA.

SFU swimming looking to impress at NCAA Nationals

Thirteen swimmers in total will make up Canada’s NCAA team, which will travel to Birmingham, Alabama for the meet, which begins on Wednesday. The team will look to build on the highly successful showing at last year’s event, which saw eight all-American finishes en route to a tenth-place finish overall. Amongst those finishing with all-American […]

This season Wilson led SFU in points per game and steals, as well as tied for rebounds per game.

Meg Wilson and her remarkable comeback season

Saturday, February 28th marked the last basketball game that star forward Meg Wilson will ever play in the West Gym at Simon Fraser University. “There was so much emotion, with it being seniors’ night and pink night, and having so many alumni, friends, and family in the stands,” said Wilson when asked about the game. […]

Ellen Kett (#5) finished with 22 points, seven assists, and five rebounds. Kett was the only SFU player in double digits in points.

Simon Fraser women’s basketball upset 58–57 by Central Washington

This was not supposed to happen. Heading into the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) as the third seed and playing the six-seeded Central Washington University Wildcats, the Simon Fraser University Clan was expected to advance to the semifinals, and perhaps even further. While the Clan gave a strong defensive effort, their offensive deficiencies (not aided […]

Smith is just the fifth SFU wrestler to qualify for nationals since the program switched to the NCAA.
SFU is the third seed in the conference tournament, and has qualified for the seventh consecutive season.

Women’s basketball ready to make a run at GNAC championship

After a highly successful regular season, which saw the team finish with a 24–6 overall record — their best since the 2012–13 season — SFU’s women’s basketball team is now turning their attention to post-season play. They’ve qualified once again for the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) championship and will play Central Washington in the […]

Hidde Vos started the game and finished with two points in 22 minutes of action. Him and Gibran Sewani ended their collegiate careers with a win.
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