At the 2015 CFL Draft held on Tuesday, May 12, Clan wide receiver Lemar Durant was picked to be a Calgary Stampeder. The 6’2” Coquitlam native, who led the SFU football team in receiving yards in the 2014 season with 685 yards in eight games
Woodward’s The Goldcorp Centre for the Arts hosted the “Instruments Beyond Borders Benefit Gala” on Wednesday, May 13. Hosted by actor Dan Payne and Global TV’s Lynn Colliar, the concert raised money for the Recycled Orchestra of Cateura, Paraguay and the St. James Music Academy
The spring semester may have ended, but there was no such break in the world of SFU sports. Here are the highlights from between exams and the first day of classes: Men’s basketball names new head coach SFU Athletics announced on April 15 that Clan alumnus
Avengers: The Age of Ultron is an entertaining blockbuster Joss Whedon returns to direct this second Avengers flick with strong characterizations and witty dialogue
Too often, you will hear the term ‘popcorn movie’ thrown around in a negative context. Sometimes you will hear ‘blockbuster’ uttered as if it’s poison, as if the mere idea of a big budget movie with lots of explosions is harmful to the masses when
Recent research from SFU archaeologists suggests that back pain is linked to walking upright on two legs. The findings show that some people with vertebrae more similar in shape to the ancestral chimp are less adapted to bipedalism, and more likely to experience back pain.
SFU names new men’s basketball head coach Clan alumnus Virgil Hill named seventh head coach in SFU’s history
On Wednesday, SFU Athletics announced that Clan alumnus Virgil Hill will be the men’s basketball team’s seventh head coach. “I was impressed with his experience, excited by his vision, and amazed at the level of support that poured in for him from the basketball community
If you go to a Clan game, you would be hard pressed to miss SFU’s self-proclaimed superfan Cedric Chen. Easily spottable sporting a red SFU t-shirt signed by various Clan athletes, Cedric attends nearly every game for all of SFU’s teams, where he can be
Softball Before returning to Beedie Field to face the Northwest Nazarene Crusaders, SFU’s softball team participated in the Mizuno Tournament of Champions in Turlock, CA from March 27-29. The Clan went 2–4 and were outscored 37–14. During the tournament, the softball team played its 1,000th
Austin Cozicar, Sports Editor Finals Prediction: Vancouver Canucks vs. NY Rangers Victor: Vancouver Canucks To tell you the truth, I don’t see one clear winner this year. The juggernauts of last year, Chicago, LA, and Boston, just don’t seem like the same teams this year.
SFU’s top athletes honoured at the Clan awards banquet Players were honoured for both their athletic and academic achievements
The Clan Athletic Awards Banquet, held last Wednesday at the Hilton Metrotown, honoured SFU’s student athletes. Hosted by senior volleyball player Amanda Renkema and redshirt-junior offensive lineman Quin Courtney, the event was lighthearted and included playful jokes about the high turnover of coaches in recent