There’s a song whose lyrics are all about being anchored down in Anchorage, Alaska, and on Monday night, the road-weary Simon Fraser Clan women’s basketball team could certainly relate.
To Sophie Swant, the contrast over a span of a couple of hours Saturday night at the Alaska Airlines Center was incredible.
LANGLEY — On the scariest day of Adam Schriemer’s life, doctors couldn’t guarantee his survival.
BURNABY — The Big Dance opened its arms Sunday for the Simon Fraser Clan women’s basketball team.
VANCOUVER — By all accounts, Maggie Li’s first attempt at trying to secure a roster spot on the UBC Thunderbirds volleyball team was like one of those tragic-comic auditions on American Idol.
BURNABY — Momentum is such a fragile intangible that once you’ve got it, you’ll do anything to keep it.
VANCOUVER — The rink in her home town, which is actually too small to be even called a town, was built from scratch
BURNABY — Sophie Swant’s basketball heart has always ticked to the beat of a bull in a china shop
VANCOUVER — Watch the game long enough and you know that there are certain types of scenarios, which when presented on larger stages, like the postseason, often times have the potential to produce unexpected results.
NORTH VANCOUVER — In a figurative sense, when addressing the back-court of the Capilano University women’s basketball team, you might say that its made up some very small glasses of water.