Though student athletic trainers have an overall low profile in the UBC athletic community, they are an essential piece of the puzzle to any team they support.
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The ‘Birds have had a tendency to start slowly, hitting the snooze button until the second half begins. However, the starting lineup were locked in early on Friday night as the starters were intent on pushing the pace from the jump ball, earning transition buckets at will.
Both coaches broke the Canada West records in wins against the Trinity Western Spartans over the weekend.
Former UBC Thunderbirds defensive back Malcom Lee has had his CCES four-year ban from competition upheld after failing a drug test leading up to the CFL draft. He is still eligible to sign a CFL contract in March.
If the Thunderbirds want to win Winter Classic in front of thousands of UBC students, faculty and staff, they'll need to find some hidden offensive power and come out swinging against the Manitoba Bison.
Currently at large: the University of Manitoba's offense after getting thrashed by the UBC Thunderbirds at this year's Winter Classic in front of over 5,400 people.
On Saturday, the UBC Thunderbirds men’s rugby team braved rain and cold to decisively defeat Meraloma in a 34–10 game which saw the T-Birds strengthen their position amongst the best teams in the BC Premier League.
Saturday will see the UBC Thunderbirds volleyball teams take on rivals Trinity Western in the third annual Pride Night.
A thunderous Pride Night crowd couldn’t boost the UBC Thunderbirds volleyball teams to wins Saturday night, with both dropping straight set decisions to the top ranked Trinity Western University (TWU) Spartans.
Despite a valiant effort both nights, the Thunderbirds women's hockey team fell twice to the visiting Saskatchewan Huskies.
For one thing, Zumba differs from other dance aerobic classes because the style of the class is different. Instead of following each precise movement, Zumba allows for flexibility, creativity and in my case comedy — because the class feels like a party.
Women's hockey split their weekend against the Lethbridge Pronghorns to earn a playoff spot while the women's volleyball team rebounded against the Regina Cougars.
The Thunderbirds rose to third in the standings in the Canada West Rugby 7s’ Series with a second-place finish at home.
Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams beat the visiting University of Winnipeg Wesmen in front of a packed War Memorial Gym in this year's Courtside festival game.
The Thunderbirds men's rugby squad outlasted the Pacific Pride, a squad of players put together by Rugby Canada deemed to be 2-3 years out of senior international play.