This year, football finished their season with a 6-2 record and upset last years Hardy Cup winners, the Manitoba Bisons, 52-10. This year, SportsNet is writing about the team's quarterback. This year, homecoming saw almost 7,000 fans attend and have an average of attendance of 3,034.
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The Thunderbirds women’s soccer team are moving on to the CIS semi-finals after a nail-biting 1-0 win over the Calgary Dinos Thursday night.
Coming off of a successful season that witnessed a bronze medal in the CIS Final 8 and stellar player performances, UBC women’s basketball will be going through a phase of restructuring this upcoming season.
The UBC sailing team recently participated in the Team Racing Nationals at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario. Fighting through big waves and heavy breeze, the team was able to earn an impressive second place finish.
After a 52-10 victory against the Manitoba Bisons in the Canada West semifinal, UBC football will travel to take on the undefeated Calgary Dinos in the Hardy Cup.
This weekend at the War Memorial Gym, the UBC Women’s Volleyball team defeated the University of Calgary Dinos in two, four-set games 3-1 on both Friday and Saturday.
It is the most wonderful time of year, and as the weather starts to get colder outside, the temperatures inside the Student Rec Centre were at an all time high on Friday night as UBC Rec hosted their annual Dodgeball Derby.
After falling 67-72 to the Alberta Pandas in the first game of the season opener, UBC women’s basketball dropped the second game 54-69.
It was a bitter loss for UBC women’s basketball in their home opener against the University of Alberta Pandas this weekend. Although the T-Birds dominated the first half the final score was 72-67 for Alberta.
Coming off a year in which the Thunderbirds’ failed to claim any hardware, UBC returned to their trophy winning ways by defeating the University of Victoria Vikes 2-1 in extra time to claim the 2015 CanWest Championship.
After beating the Dinos on Saturday 3-1, the Thunderbirds came out firing on all cylinders in the first set. They started the game on a 7-1 run thanks to huge plays by Mat Guidi and Alex Russell. Thanks to the hot start, UBC never looked back and cruised to a first set win, 25-14.
Coming off of a successful 6-2 record during the regular season, UBC football defeated the Manitoba Bisons 52-10 to advance to the Hardy Cup.
The UBC Thunderbirds are headed to the Canada West gold medal game and have solidified their place in the CIS championships after a commanding 3-0 win over the University of the Fraser Valley Cascades on Friday night.
In the newest edition of Dancing with the 'Birds, take a look at the hip hop of Unlimited Dance Club, Dance Horizons, a cross-discplinary dance club, and the UBC Ballet Club, a 100 percent student run club for ballet enthusiasts.
But there are two games everyone should go to. Soccer on Friday and football on Saturday. They are the most exciting and important games of the weekend should have the best fan atmosphere.