The centre, funded primarily by the provincial government and the Whitecaps, boasts a 38,000-square-foot fieldhouse and five fields.
It’s that time of year again, when UBC Recreation offers a wide array of free classes that cause even the most unathletic students to consider getting their 60 minutes worth of daily physical exercise.
The last time the ’Birds lost a game was on November 5, 2015 during the CIS Championships when they fell 2-1 to the University of Guelph Gryphons.
On Friday, September 15, the Thunderbirds dismantled the University of Winnipeg Wesmen with a 5-0 final score. They then battled the University of Manitoba Bisons on Saturday to a 4-1 victory.
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The hockey team finally broke their long-term losing skid after dominating the Mount Royal University Cougars in a 3-1 win, followed by a 4-0 shutout.
The sound of numerous volleyballs making contact with the wooden floor echoed loudly across the War Memorial Gymnasium.
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In order to write this article, I had to seek out the guy on my team with the “silkiest mitts”, as they say.
The "UBC Winter Classic" is attempting to set a new attendance record (1,012) for a Thunderbirds hockey game this Friday night.
I never had the honour of meeting Stephanie Grothe, Neil Mackenzie or Elena Cernicka, but I know them, in a way.
Along with being a national championship team, the UBC men’s field hockey team runs a youth development program.
Over three thousand students showed up, hockey veteran and novice alike, to experience Canadiana in its truest form – a hockey game in your hometown.
The UBC men’s basketball team looked to start 2015 off right with a couple of wins over the struggling University of Brandon Bobcats.
The Thunderbirds continued an impressive weekend with a decisive 87-46 victory over the Brandon University Bobcats Saturday night.
The students, all of whom hailed from either Strathcona or Grandview Elementary, were participating in the 'I’m Going to UBC' program
Spoiler alert: there are LOTS of varsity athletes in the School of Kinesiology. Because, sports! But what else are they into?
Matt Hewitt has two shutouts in his last three starts, and they couldn’t come at a better time.
Participants and staff had a night filled with enthusiasm, action, and excitement at the 2015 Winter Futsal Classic.