“Kory was an exceptional young man who touched the lives of so many people around him. His loss will be felt deeply by all members of the Thunderbirds community.”
Former defensive back James Vause is considering leaving the team due to the ongoing global pandemic.
Former Thunderbirds, Evan Dunfee, has earned an early nomination to his second Olympic ticket to Tokyo 2020.
During phase one of COVID-19, UBC Athletics and Recreation shut down all facilities and suspending all programs “through May 20, 2020 as [a] precautionary measure against COVID-19.”
Men's rugby and basketball earned big wins respectively over the weekend and will look to carry that winning momentum into the new decade.
Men's and women's soccer are set to take part in the Canada West final four while women's field hockey lost out on a chance to retake the Canada West title and return to the U Sports national championships.
Women's and men's soccer came back with big wins after opening the weekend with a tie and loss respectively. Men's hockey finally got their first win of the year against the Regina Cougars.
The Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC), part of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) in the United States, has announced a two-week suspension of play effective immediately due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19.
UBC beat Bishop's, fell to Dalhousie and then beat Western to take U Sports bronze over the weekend in Ottawa.
Saturday and Sunday saw the Canadian men’s rugby sevens team reach their best ever Vancouver Sevens result with a bronze-medal performance at BC Place. In front of just over 74,000 spectators over both days, the national team had the help of some crucial UBC alumni.
In the 99th edition of the Rugby World Cup Challenge, UBC handed the visiting University of California Golden Bears a sounding defeat at home to win the series on aggregate and take their seventh title in a row.
The atrium at the Frederic Wood Theatre was bustling with old climbing partners, friends from the Varsity Outdoor Club and familiar faces from the Aviary climbing gym in anticipation for VIMFF's Climbing Night
Men’s basketball is Canada West champion and will go into the U Sports Final 8 on a big win streak. Men's volleyball faltered and saw their season come to an end at the hands of the Alberta Golden Bears.
Through ups and downs, heartbreak and happiness both on and off the ice, Mikayla Ogrodniczuk and Tory Micklash have seen it all throughout their careers with the Thunderbirds women's hockey team.
It’s the fourth year in a row that both swim squads took home the national title, winning last year in front of home fans at the UBC Aquatic Centre.
There was no shortage of clutch plays, overtime periods, heroes and villains, heartbreaks and moments of history. While some squads seasons have come to an end, other teams will make the trip out to various U Sports Nationals Championships across the country.
A light breeze makes the thinner trees sway back and forth like a pendulum. On their branches, birds chirp rhythmically in organic fashion. The park is alive, but I am left out of the conversation.
On Saturday, the Thunderbirds men’s rugby team overcame the Seattle Saracens in a 48–19 win that saw the ’Birds extend their BC Premier League record to 11–1.
The UBC women’s and men’s volleyball teams ended their regular season with weekend sweeps against the visiting Brandon University Bobcats. The women’s team will travel to face the Mount Royal Cougars while the men’s team will host the Winnipeg Wesmen in the opening round of the Canada West playoffs.
It was a big weekend for the men’s and women’s Thunderbird hockey teams as both squads won their Canada West quarterfinals in overtime thrillers.
The Thunderbirds men's rugby squad outlasted the Pacific Pride, a squad of players put together by Rugby Canada deemed to be 2-3 years out of senior international play.
Both the men’s and women’s basketball teams beat the visiting University of Winnipeg Wesmen in front of a packed War Memorial Gym in this year's Courtside festival game.