Sports Briefs


SFU hockey travelled to the Ian Stewart Complex in Victoria to face the UVic Vikes, losing 8–3. UVic scored three quick goals in the first period, and despite goals by Taylor Piller and Mike Ball, the Vikes’ lead was too much to overcome. SFU now lies at third in the league with a record of 3–3–0.


Clan volleyball were awarded the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) team of the week for their performance last weekend, notching a historic fourth place in the conference, and guaranteeing a winning season for the first time in the NCAA. They were not able to carry the momentum to Thursday night’s match, however, losing in Ellensburg, WA to the Central Washington University Wildcats, by a score of 3–1.


The SFU swim teams set new records at the swim meet in Santa Cruz, CA. Eight different Clan swimmers set records: Saveli Yungman, Gabriel Lee, Junior Kiedrzyn, Tim Woinoski, Youn Ho Choi, Nicole Cossey, Alexandria Schofield, and Adrian VanderHelm who broke three records. The men’s team won three duals, only losing to the Division I University of the Pacific, while the women went 4–4. The teams will compete next at the Clan Cup International, held November 21 to 23.

With files from SFU Athletics and SFU Hockey