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Othniel Spence has emerged as one of the team’s most consistent scorers during the team’s last few games.

Clan pick up two more losses on Oregon road trip

The men’s basketball team headed to Oregon on the weekend and picked up two losses. On Thursday, the Clan fell 85–60 to the Western Oregon Wolves. At times, SFU was remarkably competitive against the Wolves, who last year made it to the NCAA Division II Final Four in the playoffs. Michael Provenzano opened up the […]

Chantal Desch finished with a time of 56.70, good enough for sixth overall.

SFU impresses at the UW Indoor Preview

It was a great start to the indoor season for SFU’s track and field team. After a winter that saw them unable to train on the track due to snow, the Clan was able to deliver some convincing performances at the UW Indoor Preview. “I think it was a great start,” said head coach Brit […]

Adam Callegari (#36) had one assist in the team’s 4–2 loss to Selkirk College.

SFU hockey split road games at Selkirk

It may have been a new year, but SFU hockey was determined to make it more of the same as in 2016. The Clan played a doubleheader against the Selkirk College Saints, defeating them 5–3 on Friday, but falling 4–2 on Saturday. In the team’s first competitive game since December 3, the Clan relied on […]

This season, Kett leads SFU in a host of categories including minutes played, assists, and rebounds, as well as free throw and three point percentage.
Elisa Homer finished with 12 points on four for five shooting.

Women’s basketball dominate Saint Martin’s 92–61

This could have easily been a so-called “trap” game for SFU women’s basketball. After a testing and hard fought victory against Seattle Pacific, it would have been easy to overlook a Saint Martin’s team that was last in the conference. “We said that could happen,” said head coach Bruce Langford on whether he was worried […]

Meg Wilson finished with 14 points, six assists, and six rebounds in SFU's 71-61 win.
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers have won seven straight, and don't look like slowing down anytime soon.

NFL Blitz with Jason Romisher: Divisional Round Preview

2–2 last week with the picks, as the Seahawks and Steelers took care of business while the Raiders and Giants did not. The Giants caused some controversy in the loss because their receiving corps, led by Odell Beckham Jr., decided to fly down to Miami on their day off last week and party with Justin […]

Cruz Velasquez (right) finished with a perfect 4-0 record.

Men’s wrestling finishes 1–3 at Tracy Borah Duals

The SFU Clan men’s wrestling were on the road once again last Saturday, travelling to Colorado to wrestle at the Tracy Borah Duals at Western Colorado State University. The Clan had a disappointing team result in their first meet for the second half of the season, dropping three of their four duals to return home […]

Ellen Kett (centre) had 22 points, 8 assists, and 4 steals in a 101-89 victory against Northwest Nazarene.

Women’s basketball continues torrid pace with pair of road wins

The past two games for SFU women’s basketball have been indicative of their entire season to date — finding different ways to win every night. Led by newly named Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) player of the week, Ellen Kett, the Clan defeated both Central Washington and Northwest Nazarene on the road. Their overall record […]

JJ Pankratz (right) played a season high 36 minutes against Alaska Fairbanks, finishing with 19 points and 3 steals.

Clan blow 22 point halftime lead to lose 88–83

Well, at least it was an entertaining finish. But the 225 fans in attendance — the ones cheering for SFU — probably would have preferred the dull march to a 20-plus point victory that seemed guaranteed at halftime. Instead, SFU gave up a 22 point halftime lead and surrendered 60 points in the second half […]

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