BURNABY — Perception versus reality? Pose that question to Simon Fraser Clan head men’s basketball coach Steve Hanson as it pertains to where his team fits this season in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, and he acknowledges that the big picture he sees developing is not the same one on view to the loop’s 10 other […]
BURNABY — Tessa May has struck a treaty with her aching shins, a peace accord of sorts that says she’ll do the hundreds of hours of physiotherapy as long as she gets to pull on her No. 21 game-day jersey with the Simon Fraser Clan volleyball team.
BURNABY — Clint Schneider may be a native Texan, but ask him this week for directions to the green, green grass of home, and he won’t hesitate to point you to the turf at the top of Burnaby Mountain.
NORTH DELTA — B.C.’s tight-knit basketball community lost one of its true pioneers Thursday with the passing of Stan Stewardson one day before his 79th birthday.
NCAA signing day is set for Nov. 8, and sources tell Varsity Letters that the Simon Fraser Clan women’s basketball team has added yet another marquee name to it list of 2018 recruits.
BURNABY — Simon Fraser has become one of the frontrunners in the world of NCAA Div. 2 women’s cross-country running. The question now, as the 2017 season enters its Triple Crown stretch drive of conference, region and national championship races?
BURNABY — At various points over the summer of 2015, Julia Howley found herself standing in place that looked like it sat on the top of the world.
BURNABY — Gavin Cobb is back for his second season with the Simon Fraser Clan, and this time around, there is no better way to describe him than to call him the king of the return engagement.
BURNABY — Perseverance in the face of adversity is best defined by that old saying which tells us to get right back on our horse.
BURNABY — As a pass rusher, Brad Lyons has always looked for the shortest and the quickest path into the opposition backfield.Yet it wasn’t until he finally settled on the school that is the shortest and quickest path from his high school days in Port Coquitlam that the 6-foot-4, 250-pound Lyons finally found the place […]