Unheard of by many, Mount Cheam is in Chilliwack and you absolutely need a four-wheel drive to even make it to the base of the hike.
When Croatia scored an equalizer a few minutes later, the bar erupted in cheers. That’s when I found out that I managed to find the town’s English pub and the only bar in the whole city cheering against France.
The good weather only lasts so long here in Vancouver, so why not go beyond the gym for some exercise?
Here are a few suggestions for you to check off your hiking bucket list — just be sure you are well prepared with the proper gear before you go.
“They brought me in because they wanted a university coach to try and bridge the gap and make sure that the best players were playing for Basketball BC when they go to the national championships.”
If the UBC batters can get going again as they did on Sunday, the Thunderbirds offence is going to be formidable and difficult to slow down going forward in the season.
"The class and character of our players and their motivations and how dedicated they are is just exceptional to be a coach of a team like that.”
"Hats off to them, they played a really complete match and they made us have to be our best today — and we weren't our best."
“Our whole team came out with a lot of energy and drive, not letting balls hit the ground, and going after everything.”
This was Butenschon’s second season guiding the T-Birds.
Come on out and join us as we learn about — I mean, cheer on — our volleyball teams.
The decision was made by the schools Board of Governors on January 13 — two weeks before students were alerted.
"Let us commit today to start to change that [disparity] and to make it just as possible to succeed as a female athlete, as a male athlete."
“We’re definitely one of the top teams in our conference and in Canada, and we want to also compete more internationally."
Despite the best efforts of their Eastern rivals, it would be UBC who finished on top with 1,151.5 points on the men’s side and a whopping 1,362.5 points on the women’s side.
With the men’s volleyball team kicked off the weekend with a two-game sweep over the Manitoba Bisons, the women closed out the volleyball weekend domination with a sweep of their own over the Regina Cougars.
The Thunderbird’s hockey program was seeing double this year as both teams ended their seasons early after two tough weekends of playoff games.
"We get the luxury now of sitting back and watching tomorrow and potentially the next day and seeing who we end up getting, and we'll start preparing for them at that point.”
In the end, it all came down to two differences to split the hairs: two sunk free throws for the Dinos and a missed three-pointer for UBC.