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Women’s hockey has done it again. By winning against the University of Manitoba Bisons, they brought home another banner three years after winning their first ever Canada West title in 2012. Now they’re returning to Calgary for nationals.

The women’s hockey team made history on Sunday night. After surviving two back-to-back elimination games, the ’Birds held on to a 3-2 victory against the Regina Cougars to bring the Canada West Final series to home ice next Friday.

It’s time to get pucked up. The UBC women’s hockey team are kicking off their playoff campaign after finishing second in the league as they face off the Regina Cougars this weekend at the Doug Mitchell Thunderbirds Sports Centre.

After being shut out Friday night 2-0, the UBC Thunderbirds bounced back in a big way, coming out victorious on Saturday afternoon with an overwhelming 6-2 win against the Mount Royal University Cougars.

It was a face-off against two bitter rivals at the Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Arena on Saturday afternoon. Following a 2-1 win on Friday night the women's hockey team was looking to extend their winning streak, but were stopped short by the Manitoba Bisons in a crushing 4-1 loss.

After the sports reviews two years ago resulted in teams being stripped of their varsity level status, UBC Athletics and Recreation have collaborated with nine clubs to form an alternative competitive stream for AMS-recognized sports clubs. The stream will allow the clubs to compete under the UBC Thunderbird name in competitive, non-varsity leagues. The new student-run teams will be able to compete for UBC in sports that are not available as varsity sports at the university.

After a year of being banished from the UBC Athletics’s Varsity program, the UBC softball team was given their varsity status back last Monday.

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