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With several fall teams crashing out of playoffs, and fall teams having their own ups-and-downs, it's perhaps unsurprising that the last weekend of games ends in an equally tumultuous fashion across the board.
“It took me coming to a game and seeing it live to realize how much I missed it."
The program announcement comes on the heels of several legal cases involving concussions in professional sports.
As Dowhaniuk is becoming the new points-leader on the team, the Thunderbirds’ starting line is seeing potential for a dynamic future.
With only a weekend left to play before the holiday break, both winter and full-year teams have been putting on a show both at home and away.
Older buildings, like the 67-year-old War Memorial gym, weren’t designed with accessibility in mind — it wasn’t until the 1970s that disability rights advocates helped usher in province-wide regulations.
After three straight weekends of games that have seen the team outscore their opponents by an average of 20 points, there are a lot of positives to reflect on as they roll into their bye-week.
Patko lead the Thunderbirds in digs the previous three seasons and has been a defensive presence the team missed desperately in the opening games of the 2018/19 season.
Eagle Bluffs is one of those hikes that’s grown on me. The first time I did it, I vowed I would never do it again. I’ve done it four more times since.
The last thing Sevick remembers before that final training run at 12 years old was a game of laser tag the evening before.The rest, for three weeks, is almost entirely gone.
So far this year, UBC has remained firmly planted in the middle of the Canada West standings, with Alberta, Calgary and Saskatchewan establishing themselves as the ones to beat.
The men’s volleyball team is still looking for a real powerhouse from the attack line — someone they can trust to set the ball with no hesitation.
Points for each successful climb were awarded based on how many other people successfully climbed each route. The fewer people who were able to climb a route, the more points it was worth.
Despite the buzz, intrigue and eventual heartbreak generated by the men’s soccer nationals hosted at Thunderbird Stadium this weekend, a swath of other UBC teams were in action, too.