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With just over a month to go until nationals, the upcoming meet will serve as a good warm up for Clan swimmers.

SFU swimming lose to Seattle University in Dual Meet

The SFU swim team is back home after a self-described “pretty rough” meet by head coach Liam Donnelly against Seattle University. The Clan ended up losing 119–84 on the women’s side, while the men lost 138–65. “It was a rough meet for us for sure,” said Donnelly. “That being said we had some good performances. […]

Kedar Wright (#11, seen here in action earlier this season) led SFU in scoring with 15 points.

SFU lose 100–56 to Western Washington

The losing streak continues for SFU men’s basketball. On the road to Western Washington, just a short drive over the border in Bellingham, the Clan fell 100–56 to the Vikings. It is the team’s largest loss this season, and the deficit — 44— is the largest since they lost by 44 on January 26 of […]

Hidde Vos played a season-high 32 minutes, collecting 16 points while going four for six from behind the arc.
SFU is now 12-3-2 on the season, and is three points ahead of Trinity Western in the standings.

SFU hockey win 6–3 over Trinity Western

In what seems to be a common theme in SFU hockey games, first place in the BC Intercollegiate Hockey Leage (BCIHL) was on the line Saturday night against local rival Trinity Western. With SFU only ahead of the Spartans by a single point — and considering that Trinity Western had a game in hand — […]

This season, Kelloway finished second at the UW Indoor Preview in the 400-metre.

Daniel Kelloway running out of time

Travelling over 7,000 kilometers is quite the distance, no matter what you’re travelling for. But that is what faced Daniel Kelloway in his decision to come to SFU. The native of Mount Pearl, Newfoundland, since coming to the west coast, has become one of the most dominant runners in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC). […]

Matt Ryan passed for 4,944 yards, and had 38 touchdowns and seven interceptions this season —  giving him a strong chance for the NFL’s MVP.

NFL Blitz with Jason Romisher: Conference Finals Preview

The Chiefs came oh-so-close last week to defeating the Steelers, whom they kept out of the endzone and limited to six field goals. If you didn’t catch it, the Chiefs scored a last-minute touchdown and converted for two points to tie the game 18–18, but left tackle Eric Fisher was flagged for holding James Harrison. […]

Jordan Herdman (#57) holds numerous conference records, including most tackles in a season and total tackles.

Jordan Herdman invited to Senior Bowl

SFU football linebacker Jordan Herdman is off to the 2017 Reese’s Senior Bowl on January 28. The event showcases all of the graduating seniors from NCAA football programs who are eligible to be drafted into the National Football League (NFL). Herdman will be competing against players who will likely be chosen in the upcoming NFL […]

Wilson recorded her second straight double double, finishing with 16 points and 11 rebounds, as well as three steals.

SFU women’s basketball defeat Montana State 86–72

After Tuesday night’s emotional loss, SFU was looking for a way to bounce back and show that they were still a dominant team in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC). They found the perfect tonic in the Montana State University Billings. In a performance typical of the season thus far, the Clan got solid performances […]

JJ Pankratz had 12 points and four rebounds in 30 minutes of action, including this alley-oop.
Ellen Kett (#5) finished with 16 points, six assists, and five rebounds playing the full 40 minutes.

Simon Fraser lose 84–72 to Western Washington

The Simon Fraser University defence had no answer for Taylor Peacocke as she showed the Clan why she leads the NCAA Division II women’s basketball in points per game. “We could do anything differently and it wouldn’t have been as bad as today,” coach Bruce Langford answered when asked about how the team could stop […]

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