Last week, the Thunderbirds travelled to the University of Manitoba to suit up for the Canada West playoffs, where they fell to the UNBC Timberwolves, 86–76, ending their season.
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Over the weekend, men's basketball took on the UBCO Heat in Kelowna and walked away with two wins: 97–77 on Friday and 92–88 on Saturday.
At the season midpoint, the men's basketball team sits fifth in the Canada West standings, but has the potential to go far in playoffs.
The T-Birds travelled to Prince George over the weekend to play the UNBC Timberwolves. They lost Friday's game 88–69 but walked away with a 85–73 win on Saturday.
The Thunderbirds took on the University of Manitoba Bisons at War Memorial Gymnasium over the weekend. Both games were tight, but the T-Birds rallied to walk away with an 85–76 win on Friday and a 93–90 win on Saturday.
The Thunderbirds layed down the hammer on the winless MacEwan University Griffins over the weekend, walking away with an 84–67 win on Friday and a 96–63 performance on Saturday in Edmonton.
During the annual Courtside festival, the women's basketball team defeated the University of Victoria Vikes while the men's team came up short.
The Thunderbirds visited the University of Saskatchewan Huskies for a two-game series, winning Friday’s game 82–78 but dropping Saturday’s action 78–75.
The ‘Birds walked away with a 76–72 win during Friday’s game, while dropping Saturday’s game by a score of 84–78.
The Thunderbirds opened their season with 98–76 and 82–66 wins over the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns.