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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.

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.

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 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.

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.

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