Game o1 - Mens

5:00PM

Nov 18

washington

00

Santa Clara

00

GAME O2 - MENS

7:30PM

NOV 18

Texas A&M

00

Minnesota

00

GAME O3 - MENS

6:00PM

NOV 20

MINNESOTA

00

Santa Clara

00

GAME O4 - MENS

8:30PM

NOV 20

washington

00

TEXAS A&M

00

GAME O5 - MENS

3:30PM

NOV 21

Minnesota

00

Washington

00

GAME O1 - woMENS

12:00PM

Nov 22

Notre dame

00

Gonzaga

00

GAME O2 - WOMENS

2:30PM

NOV 22

rutgers

00

gonzaga

00

GAME O3 - WOMENS

6:00PM

NOV 22

south carolina

00

etsu

00

GAME O4 - WOMENS

6:00PM

NOV 22

Oregon State

00

western kentucky

00

GAME O5 - WOMENS

12:00PM

NOV 23

Loser game 1

00

Loser game 2

00

GAME O6 - WOMENS

2:30PM

NOV 23

LOSER GAME 3

00

LOSER GAME 4

00

GAME O7 - WOMENS

6:00PM

NOV 23

Winner Game 1

00

WINNER GAME 2

00

GAME O8 - WOMENS

8:30PM

NOV 23

Winner Game 3

00

WINNER GAME 4

00

GAME O9 - WOMENS

11:00aM

NOV 24

Loser game 5

00

LOSER GAME 6

00

GAME 10 - WOMENS

1:30PM

NOV 24

Winner Game 5

00

WINNER GAME 6

00

GAME 11 - WOMENS

5:00PM or 7:30pm

NOV 24

Loser game 7

00

LOSER GAME 8

00

Final - women's

5:00PM or 7:30pm

NOV 24

Winner game 7

00

WINNER GAME 8

00

NCAA

WOMEN'S SFU CLAN '18-'19 PREVIEW

NCAA

WOMEN'S SFU CLAN '18-'19 PREVIEW

Burnaby, B.C. - The SFU Women’s Clan are looking forward to another season in the NCAA Div II as the only team from Canada, beginning in the coming weeks. On November 9th the Lady Clan will take on the Lady Tritons of the University of California San Diego in San Marcos, CA, their first of three preseason exhibition games headed into the 2018-19 season.


The Lady Clan will be led once again by Bruce Langford, the most successful coach in SFU program history. Langford added a lively lead assistant in Maylinn Smith to go along with their promising freshmen class. On court, the Clan will be leaning on the senior leadership and inside presence of returning athlete, Samantha Beauchamp and Sophie Swant. Jessica Jones and Taylor Drynan will have added responsibilities this year and will be looked upon to lead from the backcourt.


Finishing sixth in the conference last season, SFU Clinched a berth in the GNAC Championships before falling to Seattle Pacific in the first round. The Clan are entering the season with high expectations to return to the GNAC Championships and making a run at a title. The SFU women will tip-off their regular season at home on November 27th against Western Washington University.

For more information on the Clan and tickets visit their website.


Burnaby, B.C. - The SFU Women’s Clan are looking forward to another season in the NCAA Div II as the only team from Canada, beginning in the coming weeks. On November 9th the Lady Clan will take on the Lady Tritons of the University of California San Diego in San Marcos, CA, their first of three preseason exhibition games headed into the 2018-19 season.


The Lady Clan will be led once again by Bruce Langford, the most successful coach in SFU program history. Langford added a lively lead assistant in Maylinn Smith to go along with their promising freshmen class. On court, the Clan will be leaning on the senior leadership and inside presence of returning athlete, Samantha Beauchamp and Sophie Swant. Jessica Jones and Taylor Drynan will have added responsibilities this year and will be looked upon to lead from the backcourt.


Finishing sixth in the conference last season, SFU Clinched a berth in the GNAC Championships before falling to Seattle Pacific in the first round. The Clan are entering the season with high expectations to return to the GNAC Championships and making a run at a title. The SFU women will tip-off their regular season at home on November 27th against Western Washington University.

For more information on the Clan and tickets visit their website.