Saturday was a special day for the Simon Fraser University women's basketball team.
The Clan locked up second place in the Great Northwest conference following a 73-52 victory over third-place Northwest Nazarene on Senior's Night at the West Gym.
The timely win, SFU's first in three years against Northwest Nazarene, also proved to be the 300th victory in the career of Clan head coach Bruce Langford.
"I guess it's an appropriate time to get 300," said Langford in a Clan press release. "I'm more happy about clinching second place than anything. NNU is a team we haven't played well against and we played well tonight."
All Langford's collegiate wins have come in 12 years as head coach at SFU. During that run, Langford guided the Clan to five Canadian Interuniversity Sport titles before the program was accepted into the NCAA.
It was also the final home games for seniors Nayo Raincock-Ekunwe, Kristina Collins and Carla Wyman.
Raincock-Ekunwe did not disappoint, recording her 57th career double-double with a game-high 23 points and 10 rebounds.
Sophomore Erin Chambers added 18 points, while Wyman and Collins chipped in with 13 and 11 points, respectively.
With the win, SFU improved its conference record to 13-3.
Following the game, freshman Belce Yoruk had her head shaved in support of the the B.C. Cancer Foundation at the Clan's annual Pink Zone game.
Earlier, SFU defeated Central Washington 67-60 in a tightly played game at home.
SFU opened on a 9-0 run and then was forced to hold off the scrappy Central Washington team for the remainder of the game.
Raincock-Ekunwe led all scorers again with 19 points and a game-high 10 boards. Collins had 16 points, while Chelsea Reist added a season-high 15 for the Clan.
The Clan will be at Western Oregon on Thursday.