Here’s a list of some of the major social media accounts for UBC’s varsity teams. I have checked my list twice and I’m going to tell you which T-Birds accounts are naughty or nice for social media cruising.
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Seeming to sway from power to precision play, the home side would continue to control the Canada West with a straight set win on Friday night — thought it did not come easy.
Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre is usually home to UBC's men's and women's hockey teams. Next week, the arena will be home to another brand of skater: Canada's best figure skaters.
For many students, it’s tough to hit one's stride right out the gate after a long winter break. For the UBC men’s volleyball team, it was no different.
Sport is a universal means of bringing people together or providing a platform for positive change. But where can UBC students fit in with that, be it through promoting sport overall or through raising awareness for a sports-related issue or cause?
Matt Hewitt looked strong in the team’s ninth win of the season. His athleticism was exemplified in his tracking of the puck, poise under pressure and lateral movement — he gave the opposition very little to shoot at.
Without their prized rookie Zachary Zborosky, the Regina Cougars couldn't compete against the Thunderbirds on Saturday.
On Friday, it took four sets but the ’Birds took home the win in the end. They closed out the weekend with a straight sets win on Saturday.
For the women’s hockey team members, the game on Friday, January 12, was more than a conventional conference game.
For six days, the nation’s most promising and celebrated skaters brought life to a stadium that usually only sees its stands filled for hockey games and concerts.
This weekend, UBC will hold its fourth annual Winter Classic, a super-hyped hockey game. There’s just one problem: UBC has two hockey teams, and we keep featuring the less successful one in recent history.
With the white Christmas fresh in our minds and the Pyeonchang Olympic Winter Games just around the corner, January feels like the perfect time for new beginnings. Why not making skiing more your New Year's resolution?
This will be UBC’s second Winter Classic game against Lethbridge since the event’s debut in 2015 — their last Classic meeting being in 2016.
The Thunderbirds didn’t disappoint, winning a tight 2-1 game in exciting fashion –it wasn't an easy win, though.
The team’s 12th win of the season puts them in third place in the West, only behind Alberta and Saskatchewan.