GAME O1 - woMEN

final

Nov 22

Notre dame

81

Gonzaga

65

GAME O2 - WOMEN

final

NOV 22

rutgers

59

Drake

69

GAME O3 - WOMEN

FINAL

NOV 22

south carolina

101

etsu

55

GAME O4 - WOMEN

final

NOV 22

Oregon State

74

western kentucky

60

GAME O5 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

Gonzaga

57

rutgers

40

GAME O6 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

ETSu

67

LOSER GAME 4

82

GAME O7 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

Notre Dame

82

Drake

64

GAME O8 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

South Carolina

68

oregon state

70

GAME O9 - WOMEN

final

NOV 24

rutgers

68

etsu

44

GAME 10 - WOMEN

final

NOV 24

wku

55

gonzaga

76

GAME 11 - WOMEN

final - Championship

NOV 24

notre dame

91

oregon state

81

Final - women

final(OT) - 3rd/4th

NOV 24

drake

90

south carolina

85

Game o1 - Men

Final

Nov 18

washington

82

Santa Clara

68

GAME O2 - MEN

final

NOV 18

Texas A&M

64

Minnesota

69

GAME O3 - MEN

FINAL

NOV 20

MINNESOTA

80

Santa Clara

66

GAME O4 - MEN

8:30PM

NOV 20

washington

71

TEXAS A&M

67

GAME O5 - MEN

3:30PM

NOV 21

Minnesota

68

Washington

66

NCAA

Five things to watch for with the SFU Clan this season.

GAME O1 - woMEN

final

Nov 22

Notre dame

81

Gonzaga

65

GAME O2 - WOMEN

final

NOV 22

rutgers

59

Drake

69

GAME O3 - WOMEN

FINAL

NOV 22

south carolina

101

etsu

55

GAME O4 - WOMEN

final

NOV 22

Oregon State

74

western kentucky

60

GAME O5 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

Gonzaga

57

rutgers

40

GAME O6 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

ETSu

67

LOSER GAME 4

82

GAME O7 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

Notre Dame

82

Drake

64

GAME O8 - WOMEN

final

NOV 23

South Carolina

68

oregon state

70

GAME O9 - WOMEN

final

NOV 24

rutgers

68

etsu

44

GAME 10 - WOMEN

final

NOV 24

wku

55

gonzaga

76

GAME 11 - WOMEN

final - Championship

NOV 24

notre dame

91

oregon state

81

Final - women

final(OT) - 3rd/4th

NOV 24

drake

90

south carolina

85

Game o1 - Men

Final

Nov 18

washington

82

Santa Clara

68

GAME O2 - MEN

final

NOV 18

Texas A&M

64

Minnesota

69

GAME O3 - MEN

FINAL

NOV 20

MINNESOTA

80

Santa Clara

66

GAME O4 - MEN

8:30PM

NOV 20

washington

71

TEXAS A&M

67

GAME O5 - MEN

3:30PM

NOV 21

Minnesota

68

Washington

66

NCAA

Five things to watch for with the SFU Clan this season.

NCAA

Five things to watch for with the SFU Clan this season.

Vancouver, B.C. - Entering their eighth season in the NCAA, the SFU Clan have lots to be optimistic about this year. Here are the five things to watch for this season.


The Veterans: After graduating three seniors last year, the top three scorers for the Clan, this year’s veterans will step into bigger roles. Michael Provenzano, Jordan Muir-Keung and Bowen Bakken will have to step up for SFU, last year they combined for just under 20 points, and nearly 10 assists per game. Look for this production to skyrocket as they will be leaned on to lead the Clan.


The Freshmen: SFU may have one of the best freshmen classes in the GNAC conference this year. The class will be highlighted by two decorated freshmen in Jusuf Sehic, 4A Provincial Champion and MVP with Burnaby South Secondary School in his Senior season, Wilfried Balata a First-Team Provincial All-Star from Quebec and six-foot-nine Dominic Postle of Bellevue. The freshmen will be key in helping the Clans success this season.


The Numbers:  The Clan shot 37% from 3-point range last season, ranking them Top-5 in the GNAC conference. Defensively the Clan were second in the conference in steals at 7.9 per game and they held opponents to a conference low 32% shooting from long range, ranking them number one for 3-point field goal percentage defense in the GNAC. It’s no secret that SFU can defend and they will only look to be better for the upcoming season.


Coaching:  Entering his 3rd year as head coach, Steve Hanson has undoubtedly changed the culture at SFU. In his tenure with the Clan, Hanson has helped the team more than double win totals from four in ‘16-’17 to 10 wins in ‘17-’18. He added great experience to his staff this offseason with new head assistant in John Curcio - coming from the the Western Ontario Mustangs of the Ontario University Athletics (OUA). Rounding out the coaching staff are Dany Charlery,  Bret Macdonald and  Ibrahim Bayazit whom will focus on player development throughout the year.


Schedule: Competing in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, one the most competitive conferences in NCAA Division ll, the SFU Clan will tip-off their regular season on November 16th, 2018 at home in West Gym.


For more information about the SFU Clan or to buy tickets to their games visit the SFU Clan website.


Vancouver, B.C. - Entering their eighth season in the NCAA, the SFU Clan have lots to be optimistic about this year. Here are the five things to watch for this season.


The Veterans: After graduating three seniors last year, the top three scorers for the Clan, this year’s veterans will step into bigger roles. Michael Provenzano, Jordan Muir-Keung and Bowen Bakken will have to step up for SFU, last year they combined for just under 20 points, and nearly 10 assists per game. Look for this production to skyrocket as they will be leaned on to lead the Clan.


The Freshmen: SFU may have one of the best freshmen classes in the GNAC conference this year. The class will be highlighted by two decorated freshmen in Jusuf Sehic, 4A Provincial Champion and MVP with Burnaby South Secondary School in his Senior season, Wilfried Balata a First-Team Provincial All-Star from Quebec and six-foot-nine Dominic Postle of Bellevue. The freshmen will be key in helping the Clans success this season.


The Numbers:  The Clan shot 37% from 3-point range last season, ranking them Top-5 in the GNAC conference. Defensively the Clan were second in the conference in steals at 7.9 per game and they held opponents to a conference low 32% shooting from long range, ranking them number one for 3-point field goal percentage defense in the GNAC. It’s no secret that SFU can defend and they will only look to be better for the upcoming season.


Coaching:  Entering his 3rd year as head coach, Steve Hanson has undoubtedly changed the culture at SFU. In his tenure with the Clan, Hanson has helped the team more than double win totals from four in ‘16-’17 to 10 wins in ‘17-’18. He added great experience to his staff this offseason with new head assistant in John Curcio - coming from the the Western Ontario Mustangs of the Ontario University Athletics (OUA). Rounding out the coaching staff are Dany Charlery,  Bret Macdonald and  Ibrahim Bayazit whom will focus on player development throughout the year.


Schedule: Competing in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, one the most competitive conferences in NCAA Division ll, the SFU Clan will tip-off their regular season on November 16th, 2018 at home in West Gym.


For more information about the SFU Clan or to buy tickets to their games visit the SFU Clan website.


Vancouver, B.C. - Entering their eighth season in the NCAA, the SFU Clan have lots to be optimistic about this year. Here are the five things to watch for this season.


The Veterans: After graduating three seniors last year, the top three scorers for the Clan, this year’s veterans will step into bigger roles. Michael Provenzano, Jordan Muir-Keung and Bowen Bakken will have to step up for SFU, last year they combined for just under 20 points, and nearly 10 assists per game. Look for this production to skyrocket as they will be leaned on to lead the Clan.


The Freshmen: SFU may have one of the best freshmen classes in the GNAC conference this year. The class will be highlighted by two decorated freshmen in Jusuf Sehic, 4A Provincial Champion and MVP with Burnaby South Secondary School in his Senior season, Wilfried Balata a First-Team Provincial All-Star from Quebec and six-foot-nine Dominic Postle of Bellevue. The freshmen will be key in helping the Clans success this season.


The Numbers:  The Clan shot 37% from 3-point range last season, ranking them Top-5 in the GNAC conference. Defensively the Clan were second in the conference in steals at 7.9 per game and they held opponents to a conference low 32% shooting from long range, ranking them number one for 3-point field goal percentage defense in the GNAC. It’s no secret that SFU can defend and they will only look to be better for the upcoming season.


Coaching:  Entering his 3rd year as head coach, Steve Hanson has undoubtedly changed the culture at SFU. In his tenure with the Clan, Hanson has helped the team more than double win totals from four in ‘16-’17 to 10 wins in ‘17-’18. He added great experience to his staff this offseason with new head assistant in John Curcio - coming from the the Western Ontario Mustangs of the Ontario University Athletics (OUA). Rounding out the coaching staff are Dany Charlery,  Bret Macdonald and  Ibrahim Bayazit whom will focus on player development throughout the year.


Schedule: Competing in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, one the most competitive conferences in NCAA Division ll, the SFU Clan will tip-off their regular season on November 16th, 2018 at home in West Gym.


For more information about the SFU Clan or to buy tickets to their games visit the SFU Clan website.