Arjun Singla

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

UBC were looking comfortable for most of the first half and headed into halftime with a 23-point lead. Despite this, the Vikes forced double over-time, but eventually ended up on the losing side to the home team. Victoria’s comeback was extremely spe

UBC had more bench points at 24 compared to 18 from Victoria, 23 points off of turnovers compared to 15 from Victoria, and were tied with Vikes with 30 points inside the paint. UBC has played six games so far, while Canada West leader Alberta has pla

Page 1 of 1