He was the reason I started playing in central midfield as a kid and the reason I wore number eight for most of my childhood. He was the inspiration for a full show-and-tell presentation (jersey-shaped poster board and all) in grade three.
Around 50 students made the trek by car or bus to get up Seymour and hike to that point beside Mystery Peak, with the intention to continue out into the snow-covered forest for one of their most popular events of the year: snow cave building, and an
Teams also tested their smarts, speed and team spirit with other activities like Riddles in the Dark, Storming Helms Deep, and Escape Shelob’s Lair. There was even Lord of the Rings music and a movie playing to put teams right into the Middle Earth
The UBC men's volleyball team decimated the Mount Royal Cougars on Friday, January 20 in three straight sets, with set scores at 25-21, 25-17 and 25-19. On Saturday night, the match was a lot closer, as the sides played out all five sets. UBC took
“I just felt we were inconsistent in our execution. We executed well in spurts, and then not as well at other times,” said head coach Kerry MacDonald of Friday’s match. “We hadn’t prepared for the lineup that we saw last night; that was a line they h
Winning 2-1 on Friday night, UBC found themselves going into the Christmas break on a loss as Calgary came back Saturday to defeat the T-Birds 4-1. With these two results, the ’Birds go into Winter break with a 5-10-1 record. They now sit in s
Vilgrain leads not only the Thunderbirds, but Canada West, with 14 points so far this season in women’s hockey. After joining the ’Birds from the University of New Hampshire, Vilgrain is making a name for herself back here in her home country.
After back-to-back losses against the University of Regina Cougars this weekend, UBC men’s hockey fall to a 4-8-0 record in the Canada West, sitting second to last in the division just above the Cougars.
With the conclusion of the match, UBC settle for second place in the U Sport national championships. Shergill was also awarded player of the game for the T-Birds. The team also says a final goodbye to three fifth-year players.
“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
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
Led by coach Marie-Pier Alary, teammates Elmeri Hakkinen, Hanno Kite-Powell, Georg Lauritsen and Stephanie Stearman make up four of the five students representing UBC at the CISCA National Championships later this month in Kingston, Ontario, alon
Now in her third year with the women’s soccer team, Jasmin Dhanda is an essential part of the ‘Birds offence. With two games left in regular season, she sits on 9 goals and seven assists, and leads the team in goals, assists, and shots.
“For a lot of the good things that we did, there were some not so good things that were a little bit frustrating and disappointing, and that’s why it was closer than it needed to be in the end,” said UBC head coach Mike Mosher about the match.
“Overall, the team’s in a great space and we’ve focused on October as the month when we want to keep building and get to that next level,” UBC head coach Jesse Symons said of the team’s performance. “I think we showed that this weekend in both matche