Despite the Spartans’ immense pressure on the ’Birds in the first half, they were unable to find the score sheet. Put simply, the ’Birds were able to capitalize on the few chances they had. “[The Spartans] had a lot of weapons up front and I think o
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The Strategic Offensive principle of war may state that “the best defence is a good offence,” but the Allard School of Law would probably maintain that the best defence is, instead, a good defence. Even Harry Potter himself advocates strongly on beha
The game was a close matchup and a showcase of the two teams’ quarterbacks and receivers. UBC’s Michael O’Connor and Regina’s Noah Picton were neck-in-neck in passing yards, with 397 and 364 respectively. On the other side of the ball, T-Bird receive
“It’s a big, big deal for sure, for this team and for this program,” head coach Jesse Symons said of the win. “It’s what we expect to do and we wanted it today, and playing against a team that is difficult to break down and they have a lot of motivat
Although the ’Birds were only able to find the back of the net twice, they undoubtedly dominated the game. They outshot the Bisons by an incredible margin of 31-1, forcing Manitoba keeper Madison Wilford to be on top of her game.
The biggest challenge that the T-Birds will have to overcome in the next game is the offensive terror of the Picton brothers. Quarterback Noah Picton has led the CIS in passing yards with 396.8 per game.
UBC currently ties Manitoba for the most points for of all CIS teams with 28. While it is still early in the season, a number of the team’s skaters have multi-point weekends under their belts, including Cassandra Vilgrain, Mathea Fischer, Nicole Sax
Thunderbird starting netminder Matt Hewitt was called up to the show as an emergency backup for one game, and he's come back to answer your questions armed with an armful of Canucks swag and an experience he'll never forget.
UBC women’s soccer is heading to the Canada West Select Six tournament after a second half comeback against the University of Alberta Pandas in the Canada West Quarter-finals on Saturday October 28. Though the Pandas had a 2-0 lead going into the sec
After picking up two wins on the road against the University of Alberta Pandas, the UBC women’s hockey team extended its winning streak to six games with a two-game sweep of the University of Manitoba Bisons.
"They’re a good team. They fight, they battle and make it difficult … they get the first goal and it was going to make it even tougher," said T-Birds' head coach Mike Mosher reflecting on the difficulty of the match. "Credit to our guys, they fought
The ’Birds were fifth in Canada West going into the game and had the same 3-4 season record as the fourth-place team, the University of Manitoba Bisons. UBC clinched the playoff position after Manitoba’s loss to the Regina Rams.
The fourth-year sociology major was signed to a one-day amateur contract with the professional club after it was announced early Tuesday that starting goaltender Ryan Miller was injured and had been ruled out of the Canucks lineup against the St. Lo
One of the biggest changes for the team has been the departure of the numerous fifth-year players from last season, including Alex Mascott, Brock Staller, Liam Murphy-Blake and last year’s team captain— Charlie Thorpe.
The ’Birds know all too well. There is literally no more room for mistakes. With playoff chances on the line, the next game will either make or break the team. One wrong move and all hopes of going into the playoffs will go completely down the drain