Argyle Secondary's Georgia Swant is one of B.C.'s most dynamic players. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
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Georgia’s on their minds, yet foes still can’t slow the swath of Argyle’s SFU-bound Swant

LANGLEY — Argyle Pipers’ head coach Anthony Beyrouti offered up Willis Read and his dramatic entrance, limping onto the court to join the New York Knicks before Game 7 of the 1970 NBA Finals. Sure, it wasn’t quite the same story line which brought his senior star Georgia Swant onto the court this past Saturday afternoon […]

Dustin Triano hit five triples and scored 17 points in just 18 minutes earlier this month as his Western Oregon Wolves overwhelmed Fresno Pacific. (Photo by Christopher Oertell/WOU Athletics)
Feature University Men's Basketball

Here comes the son: Dustin Triano carves his own basketball path, one which Thursday leads up Burnaby Mountain

Ask Dustin Triano for his first memory of what is best dubbed as basketball culture, and he describes a feeling more than a precise moment.

SFU's Tia Tsang led a barrage of Clan three-point shooters on Wednesday, knocking down 6-of-8 shots from downtown in a non-conference win at the West Gym. (SFU photo by Dom Gagne)
Feature University Women's Basketball

Clan ladies cash in with ‘The Rainmaker’, three-point barrage sets new GNAC single-game record

BURNABY — Welcome to the Cult of Three.It’s long been one of the most identifiable parts of their game, but on Wednesday the three-point hoop defined the DNA of the Simon Fraser Clan women’s basketball team.When redshirt freshman guard Jessica Jones drained a trey with 2:54 remaining to put the Clan ahead 85-46 against San […]

Simon Fraser's Michael Provenzano (left) helped the Clan past Hawaii Hilo in Bellingham on Friday night. (Photo -- Radley Muller/WWU)
Feature University Men's Basketball

Simon Fraser: On a night Clan top Hawaii-Hilo, all you need to know about SFU men’s hoops in 2017-18

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 […]

Simon Fraser middle blocker Tessa May (21) has persevered through injury to become a heart-and-soul force with the Clan. (Varsity Letters photo by Howard Tsumura)
Feature University Women's Volleyball

Tessa’s Terms: Simon Fraser’s gutsy middle blocker on living a true May Day

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.

SFU Clan players (left to right) Marcello Polisi, Connor Glennon, Matteo Polisi and Jeff Cadman will be among the Clan players turning Fox Field into a fortress Thursday and Saturday. (Photo Howard Tsumura/Clan athletics)
Feature University Men's Soccer

With GNAC title resting on Fox Field matches, the history behind SFU Clan’s home-field dominance

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.