Men's rugby and basketball earned big wins respectively over the weekend and will look to carry that winning momentum into the new decade.
Missed the Thunderbirds games this weekend? Don't worry, we've got you covered with some rapid-fire updates.
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.
Women’s hockey and soccer split their weekend matchups with Calgary and Victoria while men's soccer shutout the Vikes twice in two days.
We're talking sweeps. We're talking national rankings and clinched playoff spots. We're talking personal milestones.
Wins at War Memorial in Canada West? 4/4. Wins elsewhere? 2/6.
Despite the buzz, intrigue and eventual heartbreak generated by the men’s soccer nationals hosted at Thunderbird Stadium this weekend, a swath of other UBC teams were in action, too.
Needless to say, it’s a busy time in sports with fall teams in playoffs and winter sports up and running.
With 23 games on the go this weekend, there are lots to talk about in terms of results.
Overall, UBC recorded 18 wins across varsity teams in head-to-head match-ups this weekend — this doesn’t include some other awesome results for UBC’s rowing and cross country teams either.
UBC had a dominant week in sports, capped off by two golf tournament titles and two weekend sweeps by T-Birds soccer.
Epic wins, heartbreaking last-minute defeats and renowned rivalries were all on the books for the ’Birds.
Men’s soccer settled for a 1-1 tie against Fraser Valley and a 3-0 win against Trinity Western, while the women’s team claimed a 1-0 win against Victoria. Football downed Manitoba 30-20.