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Saturday, July 11, 2020

SFU volleyball gets revenge on Seattle Pacific

Saturday night, SFU volleyball played host to the Seattle Pacific Falcons. A game late in the season between the third- and eighth-ranked teams in...

SFU hockey wins 5–1 over Selkirk College

It took just one week for SFU to find the goals that they were looking for. After scoring only one goal last week against...

SFU women’s basketball defeats nationally ranked Seattle Pacific 71–61

It was a game that truly could have gone either way. But early on, it looked like SFU would win in comfortable fashion, like many...

Blagojevic and Koch return to face former team

Former SFU men’s soccer head coach Alan Koch and last year’s Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) player of the year Jovan Blagojevic have returned...

SFU swims strong at Air Force meet

Last weekend, SFU’s men’s and women’s swimming squads headed to Colorado to take on some elite competition at the United States Air Force Academy...

SFU men’s hockey team wins big in home opener

On Friday night, the SFU men’s hockey team gave a dominant performance, with a 6-2 victory over the Selkirk College Saints (SC). A crowd...

The election and Canadian sport

On Monday October 19, sports will take a back seat in Canada due to the federal election.  The election will still be the number-one...

A preview of the 2016/17 Champions League group stage

The Champions League is Europe’s premier club football competition. Italicized team names indicate the ones we think will progress to the knockout round. Group A Paris...

Ellen Kett determined to lead women’s basketball to new heights

“It was hard. I cried a lot.” Ellen Kett remembers her first semester here as one that was challenging for a number of reasons. The...

On the bright side

Although the Canucks are still realistically out of the playoff picture, they have shown marked improvement as of late. Scoring, which was hard to come...