The T-Birds are leaving behind a glorious series of victories achieved in the month of November, but will soon have a break – after finals are complete, of course. Welcome to the winter edition of the T-Birds 5-on-5.
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The ’Birds dominated the game, refusing to allow their opponent a single point in a 20-0 victory.
Titled “Stupid Questions Female Hockey Players Get Asked," the video mocks people’s ignorance about women’s sports. What started as an assignment for T-Bird defenceman Kirsten Toth’s creative writing course has turned into a viral Youtube video, which now has over 115,000 views.
UBC men's volleyball team beat MacEwan Griffins, 3-0 and 3-1, this past weekend to boost their winning streak to four games.
The facility, which is slated to cost about $32.5 million, will include two turf fields and three grass fields on campus, which will serve as a home for both Whitecaps and UBC soccer teams.
Women’s volleyball team took on the McEwan University Griffins this weekend on Friday and Saturday, beating them in both games to maintain their position in the Canada West conference and tying at second with sister school UBC Okanagan.
The women’s hockey team split their weekend against the Calgary Dinos. The Thunderbirds took the first game with a score of 3-2 on Friday and fell to the same team in a double overtime 4-3.
The Thunderbirds’ cross country team competed at the NAIA national championships November 21 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
UBC swimming captures Canada West titles
UBC upsets defending champions, the University of Montreal, with a last second field goal from Quinn Van Gylswyk to win their first Vanier Cup since 1997, 26-23.
After last week’s win against the St. FX X-Men in the Uteck Bowl, the only barrier that remains in UBC football’s way to winning their first Vanier Cup since 1997 is the Montreal Carabins —the defending national champions.
UBC Rec is hosting their annual Lace Up for Kids fundraiser tonight at the Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sport Centre.
For the first time since 1997, the T-Birds will be playing for the Vanier Cup. If there's anything we've seen this season, it's that it's hard to predict what will happen. But we've crunched some of the numbers to get an idea of what to expect.
Unexpected is an understatement. Unbelievable would be appropriate. Miraculous wouldn’t be out of place. It has been one hell of a season for the UBC Thunderbirds football team.
In our final installment of Dancing with the ‘Birds, travel into a world of colourful costumes and high intensity dances from South Asian culture with UBC Bhangra and UBC Junoon.