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UBC eSports are North America's collegiate champions, again

1 day, 14 hours agoLast week, the UBC eSports Club finished off the uLoL Campus series by defeating Robert Morris University in the finals and winning a $180,000 scholarship that came with the title. This victory makes them the best collegiate team in North America.

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'Birds beat Idaho, now second place in NAIA West

After splits against the Corban University and Lewis-Clark State College on the road, the Thunderbird baseball team picked up three wins and a loss against the College of Idaho Yotes back at home. UBC now holds a conference record of 19-11.

Women's hockey goaltender Laura Taylor passes away

Laura Taylor, a goaltender for the UBC Women’s Hockey Team, has passed away. Taylor, a 33 year old student at the UBC Faculty of Medicine, joined the Hockey team as part of the Thunderbird’s 2015/2016 recruiting class.

Men's volleyball coach of 12 years fired over performance

“We did a program evaluation and looked at our pattern of results over the last 12 years and we want to raise the bar with the volleyball program. We needed to make a change to do that,” said Gord Hopper.

Softball enjoying their season as a varsity team

The team is back in action this year and mid way through a competitive season in the Cascade Collegiate Conference of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. They currently sit sixth in the conference with a 7-16-0 record.

Places to Be: Road Tripping to California

First stop: Walmart. If, like me, you grew up overseas, then you might understand my feelings of sheer amazement, admiration and disgust when I enter a Walmart. But after Walmart, the real adventure begins — Seattle, Portland, Yosemite and Sequoia.

UBC Swimming bolsters rosters with new talent

The UBC men's and women's swim teams added 16 new recruits to their rosters. Newcomers Marcus Thormeyer and Emily Overholt are particularly making waves. The teams are losing top swimmers to graduation and the Olympics this year.