BURNABY — The Big Dance opened its arms Sunday for the Simon Fraser Clan women’s basketball team.
BURNABY — Momentum is such a fragile intangible that once you’ve got it, you’ll do anything to keep it.
BURNABY — Sophie Swant’s basketball heart has always ticked to the beat of a bull in a china shop
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.
BURNABY — One of those nights?When you’re a pass-first point guard with a penchant for getting your teammates involved like Simon Fraser Clan floor general Ellen Kett is, you know all the tell-tale signs.
LANGLEY — Jessie Brown is a budding nurse, but she’s already got a doctorate in dialing from distance.
Here are my three big basketball take-away from the recently-completed university sports weekend:
BURNABY — In her childhood days in London, Ont., Meg Wilson would always tell her mom that when the day came for her to pick one sport, she would choose running.
Track the daily movements of a basketball program from high school through university and the calendar, like clockwork, moves a team of dedicated, age-specific athletes through a timetable of tradition.
BURNABY MOUNTAIN — News flash: Ellen Kett didn’t play the whole 40 minutes on Thursday for the Simon Fraser Clan, in fact she was actually afforded 10 minutes of rest.