In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Canada West has revised the upcoming 2020/21 season.
The 2020 Canadian Football League draft was held on April 30 with some of the top football prospects in Canada available to be selected. For the four Thunderbirds, this marked the first step in their professional journey.
As a response to the changing climate, many soccer organizations are now training the referees on how to deal with the heat to protect the players.
The UBC women’s and men’s volleyball teams ended their regular season with weekend sweeps against the visiting Brandon University Bobcats. The women’s team will travel to face the Mount Royal Cougars while the men’s team will host the Winnipeg Wesmen in the opening round of the Canada West playoffs.
Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams beat the visiting University of Winnipeg Wesmen in front of a packed War Memorial Gym in this year's Courtside festival game.
A thunderous Pride Night crowd couldn’t boost the UBC Thunderbirds volleyball teams to wins Saturday night, with both dropping straight set decisions to the top ranked Trinity Western University (TWU) Spartans.
Men's rugby dropped the championship final to UVic in an unbelievably close finish while women's hockey had their points streak snapped by Mount Royal.
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