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Helen Yan, Jessica Young, and Danielle Curtis all played their last home game.

SFU volleyball sends off seniors on a high note

SFU’s Volleyball squad had its senior night on November 14, and they made it a memorable one for the grads with a 3–0 victory over the visiting University of Alaska–Fairbanks Nanooks. It was the last home match of the season, and the victory brings them up to 13–13 on the season. The Clan had just […]

SFU was not able to hold on to the 2-0 lead for the win.

Men’s hockey collapses in third period

The men’s hockey team was in tough against the Trinity Western Spartans. Last year’s top team in the BCIHL was no pushover, but the Clan got off to a quick 2–0 lead in the first period and things seemed to be under control. However, two late goals in the first tied the game up at […]

Jordan Herdman (#57) finished with a total of 15 tackles.

SFU football lose to Azusa Pacific on final game of the season

The SFU football team lost their season finale 38–17 to California’s Azusa Pacific University last week, capping off a winless season. Despite several close games in which they had second half leads, the rebuilding Clan football team finished with a 0–9 record in Head Coach Kelly Bates’ first season at the helm. The Clan was […]

Hidde Vos (#22) finished with 14 points in 32 minutes of action.

Men’s basketball succeeds in Royal rumble

The SFU Clan men’s basketball team got its first win of the season Tuesday night against the Douglas College Royals with a score of 78–58. Though a 20-point gap between the two squads might make some think that SFU dominated this game, nothing could be further from the truth, as the Royals made the Clan […]

Abby was originally focused in judo, but switched to wrestling once she came to SFU.

Abby Lloyd’s long road to wrestling

Wrestling is a sport unlike any other, and one that it requires intense commitment from competitors. It requires years of training and focus to compete at a high level. This makes the case of sophomore Abby Lloyd all the more interesting. A native of Powell River, BC, Lloyd’s background is in judo, and she only […]

Since joining the team in 2012, Helen and the team has slowly climbed up the standings in the GNAC.

Helen Yan closes the curtain on a great career

The SFU volleyball team is approaching the end of its season, which means that some players are facing the end of their time in the program. One such player is Helen Yan. When she first came on the team, it was going through a transitional phase, which meant there were not many wins to come […]

After a tough start to the season, the Clan were able to finish second in the GNAC.

Men’s soccer finish just shy of NCAA tournament

The SFU men’s soccer season came to an end Saturday night in a border battle against the Vikings of Western Washington University (WWU). The Vikings made their short trip from Bellingham to play the Clan for their second meeting this season. However, an eerie fog prevented visibility and postponed the start of the game for […]

A big part of the team's success was Christina Dickson (left), who won Freshman of the year by an unanimous vote

Women’s soccer defies expectations

At the beginning of the season, you would be hard-pressed to find anyone who could predict that the SFU women’s soccer team would have the season that they did. After all, the team was coming off of four straight seasons where they had finished bottom of the GNAC conference. But this season, the team defied […]

Pedro Morales is the only true creative midfielder the team has.

Poor offence still a problem for the Whitecaps

It was a poor finish to what was a good season. The Vancouver Whitecaps simply could not break down the Timbers’ defence. There were too many misplaced passes, and not enough urgency with possession, especially after conceding. You got the sense that after the first goal of the game, scored by Portland’s Fanendo Ali, it […]

Max Barkeley had a team high 22 points on the night

SFU loses 94-82 to Central Washington in exhibition play

Saturday afternoon was the first home game of the season for the men’s basketball team. While it was only a preseason game, it was a good chance to see the new recruits in action as well as new head coach Virgil Hill in his first game. While the Clan weren’t able to pull the win […]

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