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Meg Wilson finished with 10 points and four rebounds in 34 minutes of action, including the winning basket with 0.3 seconds left.

SFU edges out Alaska Fairbanks with last-second Meg Wilson basket

The tried and trusted combination of Ellen Kett and Meg Wilson proved the game-deciding difference on Thursday night. SFU women’s basketball claimed a dramatic 73–71 win at home over Alaska Fairbanks to move to 15–4 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC). With the scores tied at 71, Kett’s pass found Wilson in the shadow […]

Tsygankov won both the 400 metre and the long jump events, the first time that's ever been done.

SFU track and field finish with four individual conference champions

The 2017 Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) indoor championships were marked by a number of outstanding performances for SFU, along with a lot of firsts. Four members of the team — Chantel Desch, Ella Brown, Vladislav Tsygankov, and Addy Townsend — ended up winning conference titles. “I would say it was an epic weekend,” said […]

JJ Pankratz (#22) had 19 points, four rebounds and three steals in just 29 minutes of action.

Men’s basketball lose 90–76 to Central Washington

The Simon Fraser Clan travelled to Central Washington University on Saturday night to face the struggling Central Washington Wildcats. Coming into the game, the Wildcats lost eight straight. After allowing Central Washington to score 97 points in the first game between the teams this season, the Simon Fraser defense had no answer once again for […]

Adam Callegari (#36) had two goals and one assist in SFU’s 7-1 victory over Eastern Washington.

SFU hockey cruise to victory over Eastern Washington

SFU hockey has had Eastern Washington’s number all season, and tonight was no different. The Clan beat up on the Eagles 7–1, going 6–0 against them in the season, and outscoring them 40–7 in the process. “I thought it was a good game,” said head coach Mark Coletta afterwards. “I thought we played a decent […]

So far this season, Liem has six wins, along with a 2.34 GAA and a .917 save percentage.

A journey with hockey leads back home for Jordan Liem

Being a goalie in hockey poses some unique challenges. If you have a good game, you can single-handedly win it for you and your teammates. Have an off night, however, and you risk letting everyone down. Throughout his SFU career, Jordan Liem has been a model of consistency. The third-year goalie from New Westminster has […]

Kett’s (#5) 20 assists in one game were not only the most in GNAC history, it was also the fourth-most in NCAA Division II history.
Canada's Reegan O'Gorman claims a lineout in their loss to the USA.
Serge Ibaka, seen here with the Oklahoma City Thunder, will help the Raptors for the rest of this season, but it remains to be seen if he stays beyond that.

Previewing the NBA trade deadline

What’s already happened Denver trades C Jusuf Nurkic and a 2017 first-round draft pick to Portland for C Mason Plumlee, a 2018 second-round draft pick, and cash. Denver Grade: C+ While the Derek Jokic/Jusuf Nurkic frontcourt experiment didn’t work, this doesn’t do much to fix the issue. The only reason the Nuggets are given a […]

Jones (far left) with the 2012–13 women’s wrestling team that took home the  WCWA Championship and the WCWA Duals title.

Mike Jones retiring as head coach of women’s wrestling

For the first time in a long time, there will be a new face coaching SFU women’s wrestling. After more than 40 years at SFU, head coach Mike Jones has announced his retirement. In his bio on the BC Sports Hall of Fame website, Jones is regarded as “not only as Canada’s greatest wrestling coach […]

Mallory Velte (left) won her second straight national championship in the 143 pound division.

SFU women’s wrestling come second at 2017 WCWA National Championships

It was another successful year for SFU women’s wrestling. The team had two national champions in Mallory Velte and Payten Smith, and three other top three finishes in Dominique Parrish, Nicole Depa, and Abby Lloyd, with Francesca Giorgio finishing fourth. As a whole, the team finished second in the standings. “The girls wrestled really, really […]

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