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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 […]

Tayla Jackson (#12, seen here in action against Western Washington earlier in the season) scored a season high 13 points.
Kedar Wright finished the game with a game-high 19 points and 11 rebounds, as well as three blocks in 36 minutes of playing time.

Men’s basketball put up first conference win on Whiteout night

There’s not a better advertisement for the men’s basketball team than this game. In front of a standing-room-only crowd at the Whiteout game — the marketing department brought their A-game — the men’s basketball team followed one of their best efforts on Thursday (albeit ending in a heartbreaking loss), with their best game of the […]

Ellen Kett had 15 points and eight assists in 35 minutes of action. The win sets up a big contest against Western Washington on Tuesday.

Women’s basketball defeat Seattle Pacific 72–60

Since their last game earlier this year, both Simon Fraser’s and Seattle Pacific’s seasons have taken very different paths. In that game, the Clan was able to defeat the Falcons after a comeback fourth quarter. The win left SFU with a 7–1 conference record, and SPU with a 5–2 record, just behind them. Since that […]

Michael Provenzano (#20) had 21 points and four assists while playing a game high 37 minutes.
Meg Wilson finished the game with a game-high 17 points, including three steals.

Simon Fraser defeats Saint Martin’s 57–41

After a stunning defeat in the overtime battle against Central Washington on Saturday, Simon Fraser travelled to Washington on Thursday to take on the Saint Martin’s University Saints. They took care of business, playing arguably their best defense of the season, and holding the opponents to only 41 points. Things did not start ideally for […]

Last season SFU finished with 12–16 conference record, good enough for sixth overall.

SFU softball season preview

After narrowly missing the playoffs last year, SFU softball begins their 2017 campaign as they travel to Hawaii this weekend for four pre-season double-headers. Reflecting on last season, head coach Mike Renney believes his team was just a few steps away from a playoff berth. “I think that last season, if anything, we probably missed […]

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