Port Moody's Janine Frazao is lighting up the Canada West women's soccer circuit.
The University of B.C. striker stung the opposition for five goals on the weekend, including four in a 6-0 blanking of Regina on Saturday.
A day earlier, she connected for a marker and set up another in the T-birds' 4-0 shutout over Saskatchewan.
The five-foot-five forward now has eight tallies over seven games this season, putting her in the hunt for a second straight Canada West scoring title.
For her performance, Frazao was named Canada West's female athlete of the week.
Over three-plus seasons at UBC, Frazao has registered 41 goals and six assists.
. The Simon Fraser University Clan football team collected its first conference win of the season, topping Dixie State Red Storm 41-28 on Saturday in Burnaby.
The Clan's Bo Palmer accounted for four touchdowns, with 146 yards rushing.
Scoring another major while racking up 116 yards was receiver Lemar Durant of Coquitlam. Durant caught a 23-yard pass to start the second half.
Helping set up one of Palmer's TDs was a 52-yard reception by Bob Pospishil.
. Contributing to a twowin week, Port Moody's Matt Besuschko was named the Red Lion Defensive Player of the Week in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
A senior with the Simon Fraser University Clan, Besuschko was part of a defensive unit that limited the opposition to just 16 shots and one goal over 180 minutes during back-to-back wins over St. Martin's University and Seattle Pacific.
The five-foot-10 senior also headed in an early goal against St. Martin's.
"It was a strong collective effort from all of our players, with everyone willing to work for each other," said the fourth-year fullback. "I've been waiting for the opportunity to connect with one of our crosses and I finally found myself on the end of it and scoring in front of the home crowd was a great feeling."