Junior college transfer Anto Olah led Simon Fraser University to back-to-back wins over Northwest Indian College in men's basketball last week.
Olah scored 23 points and had 20 rebounds in the Clan's opening 104-52 win on Nov. 9. Olah also racked up another 18 points and 11 boards in a 112-78 victory over Northwest the following night.
The two wins against the non-conference opponent were the first of the season for the Clan.
1-timer at Clock
Skylor Davis was the lone Clan wrestler to claim a divisional first-place result at the Mike Clock Open meet in Forest Grove, Oregon on Sunday.
Davis won all four of his bouts at 125 pounds, including one over Michael Nguyen of South Western Oregon Community College in the final.
Manvir Sahota placed second at 184 lbs. and super heavyweight Sunny Dhinsa was also a runner-up. Both lost in the final to Oregon State University wrestlers.
SFU women defeated Division I Seattle University in a dual swim meet in Seattle on Nov. 10.
Nicole Cossey helped out with victories in the 50-and 100-yard freestyle. She also shared a win in the 400-yd. free relay with Kristine Lawson, Alexandra Schofield and Meghan Quon. Schofield also registered a victory in the 200-yd. free.
The Clan women outpointed Seattle 111-92.
On the men's side, Ciaren McDonnell and Dimitar Ivanov won their respective 200-yd. butterfly and backstroke events.
Seattle won the men's team aggregate.