After a four-game road trip, UBC men’s hockey team returned to take on the University of Alberta, losing 5-2 on Friday night and 8-5 on Saturday.
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Despite going undefeated throughout the entirety of their season, the squad fell short of winning the national championship and ended up settling for a third place finish.
If a team’s performance at their homecoming game is a reliable index to how well their season will go, then the UBC women’s field hockey team would have been dead in the water. But the ‘Birds did not let their first game determine their season.
Coming off of a formidable Hardy Cup victory against Calgary, UBC football beat the St. Francis Xavier X-Men 36-9 to seize the Uteck Bowl and qualify for the Vanier Cup.
UBC Cross Country team is headed to the NAIA Championships this weekend in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Get excited because the women’s volleyball team is taking over this edition of the T-Birds 5-on-5! There may be five years between these five teammates, but they are united by their supreme skills on the court as well as their fondness for Justin Bieber.
After handing the top-ranked University of Calgary Dinos an unexpected 34-26 loss to capture the Hardy Cup, UBC football will travel to New Brunswick for a chance to contend for the Uteck Bowl against the St. Francis Xavier X-Men.
The season thus far has seen some exciting chemistry from a mix of new and old players. The Thunderbirds have had an optimistic season start so far and we can only expect great things in the future.
The UBC men’s basketball team continued to show their offensive muscle this weekend, sweeping the Trinity Western University Spartans 94-69 on Friday and 85-75 on Saturday.
The UBC Thunderbirds' Lacrosse Sport Club has come a long way since its inception in the fall of 2012. What started with a couple of friends, three-foot long lacrosse sticks and a ball tossed around Totem Park Residence now has 25 players on its roster and is one of nine clubs selected to kick off the UBC Athletics' new athletic stream — the competitive club.
With a 1-0 overtime victory on Friday and a 4-3 win on Saturday, the ‘Birds now sit in first place in the Canada West League.
In their first CIS national final since 2006, the UBC women’s soccer team defeated the Trinity Western University Spartans 3-0.
After dropping both games to Alberta during last week’s season opener, the women’s basketball team redeemed itself by winning a pair against the Trinity Western University Spartans.
UBC women’s soccer team continued their quest for a national championship against the University of Sherbrooke. In a hard-fought game, the ‘Birds booked their ticket to the final with an impressive 2-0 victory.
Coming off of a win against the Manitoba Bisons in the Canada West semifinal, UBC football earned a stunning 34-26 victory against the undefeated, number-one ranked Calgary Dinos to hoist the 79th Hardy Cup.