Lucy Fox

It started with a soccer recap in 2015. Four years later, Lucy is The Ubyssey's sports editor, leading a team of staff and contributors to cover UBC news from campus' courts, fields, tracks and arenas. Her work spans clubs to varsity teams, recaps to athlete profiles and everything in between.



The Thunderbirds women’s rugby team ended their regular season on Friday with a loss to the University of Alberta Pandas, knocking them out of the running for the Canada West playoffs and the CIS Rugby Championships later this fall.

On weekday evenings, the walkways and buildings of UBC start to empty as students disperse out of classes, headed home for the night. Yet, in the SUB Ballroom, music is starting to play and couples are taking to the floor; class is starting for the UBC Dance Club.

With just under ten minutes to go in the game, and a tight scoreline at 20-18 in favour of their Italian opponents, Harry Jones ran onto the field sporting the red Canadian jersey for his first ever match in the Rugby World Cup.

In the newest edition of Dancing with the 'Birds, take a look at the hip hop of Unlimited Dance Club, Dance Horizons, a cross-discplinary dance club, and the UBC Ballet Club, a 100 percent student run club for ballet enthusiasts.

The UBC Thunderbirds are headed to the Canada West gold medal game and have solidified their place in the CIS championships after a commanding 3-0 win over the University of the Fraser Valley Cascades on Friday night.

The 'Birds men’s hockey team lost back-to-back this weekend against the Saskatchewan Huskies with a 6-2 loss at home on Saturday night. “It was a rough game for us. I think Saskatchewan outplayed us,” Thunderbirds defender Wes Vannieuwenhuizen said.

UBC’s announced new inductees to the UBC Sports Hall of Fame last week. Among those inducted into the athletes category were track and cross country star Jeff Schiebler, quarterback Jordan Gagner, and basketball player Erica McGuinness.

UBC Dance Club will play host to the Gala Ball over the March 5 weekend, welcoming over 230 ballroom dancers to the Great Hall for the first time in the history of the Nest. The event itself consists of all levels of ballroom dance competition.

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