The Rundown

Hockey and wrestling end the season in grand fashion

Collyn Gage posing with the words
SFU swimmer Collyn Gagne shatters an NCAA swim record at the National Championship. Photo: Jacob Lazare / SFU Athletics

By: Greg Makarov, Sports Writer 

🚨 Buzzer Beater🚨: David Penney pushes the men’s basketball team into overtime during the quarter finals with a late three. SFU, however, fell short in the extra frame.

Date: March 2

Women’s basketball drop their playoff matchup against Central Washington by a score of 91–85. Jessica Wisotzki racked up an impressive 29 points. 

Date: March 3 

Unbeaten: SFU hockey comes back from a 2–1 deficit in the third period to advance to the championship final 💪

Date: March 4

SFU softball keeps on rolling, picking up their first two wins at Beedie Field over Western Oregon.

Date: March 5

Taking home gold🏆: Karla Godinez-Gonzalez, Alex Hedrick, and Alyvia Fiske take down their competition and win individual national titles at the National Championships in Adrian, Michigan.

Date: March 5 

Crowning a new champion đź‘‘: SFU hockey wins the BC Intercollegiate Hockey League Championship!

Date: March 6

Excellence across the board 🙌: 16 SFU athletes are honored as Division II All-West Region selections by the US Track and Field & Cross Country Coaches Association — the most of any GNAC school.

Date: March 10 

Just keep swimming 🏊: Collyn Gagne sinks his competition and wins the NCAA championship, while setting a Division II NCAA record for the 400m individual medley.

Date: March 10