Another year, another plethora of sports events and newsworthy stories to choose from. Here are our top ten UBC sports stories of 2018. What are yours?
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The initiative is already halfway to its $100,000 goal, with two months to go before its first birthday.
UBC's underwater hockey club, which has roughly 30 regular players, even has athletes representing their countries at some of the highest echelons of the sport.
Wins at War Memorial in Canada West? 4/4. Wins elsewhere? 2/6.
The UBC men’s hockey team was soundly beaten by the Mount Royal Cougars in their first two games of 2019 this past weekend: 2-5 and 1-6 respectively.
Wondering what women’s volleyball need to do to claim a playoff spot? We’ve got the rundown going into the home stretch of the regular season.
We’ve got our eyes on the rugby team and our two basketball teams currently, who are on hot streaks coming into the final weeks of the regular season, but other varsity rosters are starting to steal some spotlight too.
The outcome of the series this past weekend against Alberta was downright demoralizing at the hands of the Golden Bears and forward Luke Philp.
It’s high time campus focused its attention on the group of women down at Doug Mitchell whose efforts could only be described in multisyllabic words like “invigorating” or “oh-my-god-another-penalty-ing”. May we present: Behind the Boards — the women’s hockey edition.
What better way is there to break out of a slump than playing a rival in front of a sold-out Doug Mitchell crowd?
In the world of UBC men’s volleyball, the 2019 superheroes so far are Matt Neaves and Micheal Dowhaniuk.
December 15, 2018, was the 15th game that Toth went to Rogers Arena as the emergency backup. That night, he would get the text.
While many others would have bragged about their achievements, it’s clear that Smith is different. His achievements are that of the team too — a mark of a true leader.
He is a former director of athletics, an esteemed hockey coach and athlete on three UBC’s teams — among many other remarkable contributions to sport.
The outcome didn't make it any quieter at Doug Mitchell Sports Centre, which boasted a crowd of 5,766 for the annual festival game.