On Thursday night a group of Crusaders from Northwest Nazarene climbed Burnaby Mountain, throwing off the Simon Fraser Clan, and planting their flag in the UniverCity.
The Simon Fraser Clan lost a thrilling five-set match to the Western Oregon Wolves on Saturday. Click here to open our fullscreen slideshow.
The Clan dropped their last home match of the season in straight sets to the Alaska Anchorage Seawolves. Click here to open our fullscreen slideshow.
On Thursday, the Simon Fraser Clan won it's first NCAA Division II Women's Volleyball match of the season. Click here to open our fullscreen slideshow.
On a rain soaked Saturday evening, a number of people took shelter from the storm to witness a volleyball match. Click here to open our fullscreen slideshow.
Christopher Vose came to British Columbia in 1995. Since then he has freelanced extensively as a writer, historian, poet, and photographer. His work has been published on six continents, and he will get Antarctica too if climate change has its way.
Tony Lewis is a photographer who has dabbled in travel, landscape, and animal photography, but it is sports where he has truly found his niche. He currently serves as FC Edmonton's official photographer. His portfolio can be found at TLFoto.ca
Mynor Campos is a member of the British Columbia Soccer Referees Association, has written for Noticias FutbolMLS, Major League Soccer's Spanish-language website, and has been seen his photos printed in a number of latino publications.