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A photo of SFU track runner Alison Andrews-Paul with her arms crossed posing in front of the camera.
SFU track and field make history at their first meet since 2020. PHOTO: Jacob Hall / SFU Athletics

By: Isabella Urbani, Sports Editor

SFU takes home first in the 800m at the first indoor meet of the season thanks to Alison Andrews-Paul.

Date: January 15

There is nothing she can’t do (muscle emoji): Andrews-Paul and the SFU’s 4x400m relay team win. A possible candidate for January Player of the Month?

Date: January 15

HOLD THE PHONE (use emoji instead of writing phone)! Aaron Ahl just ran the second-fastest 3000m in Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) history. 

Date: January 15

SFU swimmer Kaleigh Sharkey (shark emoji) wins three of the seven winning individual races at the women’s latest meet against Idaho. 

Date: January 15

SFU loses to Idaho 183–132 this weekend in the pool. They were originally scheduled to take on Washington State, who pulled out due to COVID-19 protocols. 

Date: January 15 

Rising star (star emoji): Freshman swimmer Isabelle Roth won two races for SFU. 

Date: January 15

Make it eight wins in a row for SFU hockey to remain perfect this season.

Date: January 15

Aaron Ahl and Alison Andrews-Paul earn GNAC Athletes of the Week. Do you think they saw our Power Rankings article? (big eye emoji, not just the eyes emoji)

Date: January 17

Men’s basketball edges out Alaska to remain undefeated at home.

Date: January 18