Coming off of a split against the Thompson River Wolfpack, the UBC women’s volleyball team dropped two games against Canada West’s second best team — the Trinity Western Spartans — at home and on the road. In the first game on Friday, the ’Birds suff
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The Spartans, undefeated so far this season, maintained their momentum by taking the first set decisively. Despite help from outside hitters Irvan Brar, Cam Fennema and Mat Guidi — who led the ’Birds in kills by the end of the game — the team was un
The last time UBC faced SFU, they won 3–2 in a best of five match. Before that, they won 2–0 in a best of three match. Although UBC has this history of coming out on top, both universities are known for sitting in first and second place in
There we were, lined up against our Canada West rivals — the University of Victoria Vikes — for what became a battle of blood, sweat and tears that went beyond the final whistle. The first half seems like a blur. It was physical, expected, but things
We take a quick look at the teams that have ended their season so far. Women’s field hockey was on fire yet again this season; in regular season, they had a 6-0-2, where both ties came in their first two games of the year. From there, the girls didn’
Vilgrain leads not only the Thunderbirds, but Canada West, with 14 points so far this season in women’s hockey. After joining the ’Birds from the University of New Hampshire, Vilgrain is making a name for herself back here in her home country.
The ’Birds headed into this game high on confidence and morale, having won their previous two games against the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack. The ’Birds beat the Manitoba Bisons on Saturday, and defeated them again the next day with scores at
Coming off a 96-89 win against the University of Manitoba Bisons on Friday night, they were expected to cruise to another win against the Bisons again on Saturday. However, the rematch was not an easy breeze for the ’Birds, which makes their 75-72 wi
After back-to-back losses against the University of Regina Cougars this weekend, UBC men’s hockey fall to a 4-8-0 record in the Canada West, sitting second to last in the division just above the Cougars.
Sporting an eight-game winning streak, UBC women’s hockey team picked up two more wins at home to extend the streak to 10 and preserve the first-place spot in Canada West. “The team’s been working hard the whole season and again, it’s our relentless,
The boxing club was formed in 2013 by a people who enjoyed the cathartic exhilaration from punching and getting punched. The founders and their successors, fueled with the shared passion of boxing, never stopped pushing the club forward into the futu
The game was a rematch of last year’s Hardy Cup finals, where UBC came out on top 34-26 against Calgary on the exact same field — McMahon Stadium. Despite the loss, UBC’s offensive line delivered yet another strong performance to cap off the season.
With the conclusion of the match, UBC settle for second place in the U Sport national championships. Shergill was also awarded player of the game for the T-Birds. The team also says a final goodbye to three fifth-year players.
The event featured a Canucks open practice for the first hour. At noon, players from the men’s and women’s Thunderbird teams joined the NHL squad for a skills competition. Contestants were split into two sides that were mixed with Canucks and UBC pla
The T-Bird women’s volleyball team improved to a 4-0 record in conference play and a 10-2 total record this weekend after beating the University of Winnipeg Wesmen twice — each time in straight sets of 3-0. With ample time to rest and dominating perf