For the UBC Thunderbirds football team, Saturday’s Homecoming loss to bitter rivals University of Calgary Dinos was a hard pill to swallow.
The Thunderbirds men’s hockey team went into the third period down four goals to NCAA powerhouse Wisconsin. Nothing could have prepared the spectators for what was about to happen.
For the ’Birds, their first test of the season was most definitely a game to forget.
The UBC Thunderbirds may have walked away with a 3–0 from Friday night’s showdown with the American powerhouse University of Wisconsin Badgers, but that doesn’t mean that they didn’t leave everything out on the ice.
Over 3,000 fans were in attendance as the Thunderbirds took care of business and defeated the Western Washington Vikings in their final pre-season game 2–0.
Both the men's and women's field hockey squads at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru are well represented by current and past Thunderbirds
The UBC Thunderbirds men’s ice hockey team is set to take on the University of Wisconsin-Madison Badgers in a pre-season two-game friendly series on Friday, August 30 and Sunday, September 1.
It’s been a wild summer so far for Canadian swimmers, with the World Championships and Universiade Student Games featuring big medal hauls and even a few national records.
Just because there won’t be any U Sports action until September doesn’t mean that many T-birds won't be competing on the international stage.
World class talent from across North America are descending on to the UBC Aquatic Center for the annual Mel Zajac jr. International swim meet.
UBC Thunderbird defensive backs Malcolm Lee and Stavros Katsantonis have both tested positive for a banned substance days before the Canadian Football League draft.
Just because concussions are especially prevalent in major team sports doesn’t mean that they don’t exist in other disciplines, especially alternative and individual sports like skiing, snowboarding, skateboarding and surfing.
For Joanne Sargent, getting inducted into the Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame is the cherry on top of a long list of achievements.
A total of 15 current and former Thunderbirds will be competing this summer for Canada or their country of birth.
Let's get a better sense of just how close the ’Birds rivals are and how hard UBC will need to race if they want to repeat as national champions once more.