The ’Birds dominated Friday night’s opening game of the conference quarter-finals, winning the game in three sets. They took the first set by a score of 25-16. The Wolfpack came back strong in the next two sets, but UBC held off their attack.
UBC emerged as the victors in their Canada West quarter-final against Brandon. The other two teams moving into the Final Four are the University of Manitoba Bisons, the University of Alberta Golden Bears and the Trinity Western University Spartans.
The ’Birds were facing stiff competition this year from programs across the country led by Olympians. But UBC had depth on their side with a large roster. This allowed them to place themselves on nearly every podium in the women’s, men’s and relays.
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With alumni and former coaches in the stands, the ’Birds did not disappoint. They took the first set in Friday’s game, winning it by a close score of 25-22. The Golden Pandas responded in dominating fashion, taking the second set 25-18. Determined, U
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The team will get some time to recover, as they will play again in the Vancouver area next weekend. Their opponents will be the Trinity Western University Spartans in Langley. Those two games will also be the final regular season games for the team.
Friday’s game was part of Courtside, the team's final feature event for the year. Many fans packed into the War Memorial Gym on a snow filled evening to watch the ’Birds. The team put on a near record breaking performance, beating the 'Wolves by a w
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The T-Birds entered the game with high emotions coming off their Wightman Boot victory the previous week against the University of Victoria Vikes. The Wightman Boot is a trophy awarded annually to the victor of a match between the two historic and ri
Canada West leading scorer Maddison Penn led UBC with a total of 24 points, giving her an incredible 43 points for the weekend. Saturday’s game also saw the ’Birds make a total of eight blocks and score 22 points of Brandon turnovers. UBC won the clo
Friday’s game was one to remember for the ’Birds. They managed to score more than 30 points in each quarter and limited the Bobcat’s scoring. Brandon managed to get 21 points in the first quarter, but that momentum disappeared.
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