“[Michelle] was always repeating to us ‘We’re creating a safe space where dangerous things can happen, not a dangerous space where safe things can happen,’” said Paskalidis.
In the world of UBC men’s volleyball, the 2019 superheroes so far are Matt Neaves and Micheal Dowhaniuk.
Sparkle and spins make for some incredible photos.
As Dowhaniuk is becoming the new points-leader on the team, the Thunderbirds’ starting line is seeing potential for a dynamic future.
The men’s volleyball team is still looking for a real powerhouse from the attack line — someone they can trust to set the ball with no hesitation.
The Tinderbird posts contain a brief biography and several social media links of that week's featured T-Bird, just like normal Tinder minus the ability to actually swipe right.
As we enter into a new season for the UBC volleyball teams, expectations remain high though their are several new faces on each roster.
To be honest, I was never a big fan of soccer. However, since the start of the World Cup, all my friends and relatives (including my 70-year-old grandparents) turned themselves into enthusiastic followers of Cristiano Ronaldo. Why?
The graduating team captain is set to play for Düren SWD Powervolleys of the volleyball Bundesliga.
The T-Birds ended a two-year title streak for their Canada West rivals the Trinity Western Spartans.
They needed to win against the Winnipeg Wesmen in the bronze medal match to book their ticket to the U Sports championships — they did just that on Friday night.
For the Thunderbirds, their team captain is not only a scoring presence but also a reliable leader and role model.
"Hats off to them, they played a really complete match and they made us have to be our best today — and we weren't our best."
“Our whole team came out with a lot of energy and drive, not letting balls hit the ground, and going after everything.”
"We get the luxury now of sitting back and watching tomorrow and potentially the next day and seeing who we end up getting, and we'll start preparing for them at that point.”