Women's hockey split their weekend against the Lethbridge Pronghorns to earn a playoff spot while the women's volleyball team rebounded against the Regina Cougars.
It’s been one hell of a season for a bunch of Thunderbird teams. From comeback wins to huge upsets and big crowds, some teams are riding on a high note into the winter break. Some others need to go back to the drawing board and figure out what needs to change if there is any hope of making the Canada West playoffs in 2020.
Hockey and volleyball showed serious return to form as they swept games against the the University of Calgary Dinos and University of Lethbridge.
Some teams were unstoppable, others could not stop losing. Through breakout performances and heartbreaks, here's a look at how some of the Thunderbirds teams have performed so far.
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.
It was a stellar weekend for the UBC Thunderbirds women's soccer while the men's team and women's field hockey stay undefeated Friday through Sunday
Football, men's hockey, women's field hockey and men's volleyball stuggled over the weekend while women's hockey won big against MacEwan and men's rugby snuck away with a win against UBCO Ravens RUFC.
Women's rugby, soccer and men's hockey walked away with big victories while the Thunderbirds football team has still failed to get their first win of the season.
Men's hockey defeated Trinity Western at home while the Women's Soccer team took down both Mount Royal and Lethbridge away in Alberta.
With most varsity teams back at it, campus is buzzing with action as teams fight for U Sports or other competitive league glory.
It's Summer so it's time to grade the T-Birds on their performance. For some, it's celebration time while for others it's time to head back to the drawing board.
In the final edition of our Q & A series, we took the questions to our very own sports columnists and asked them to reflect on a wild 2018/19 varsity year.
Here is a breakdown of the sections top 10 most read stories from September to April. From figure skating to gender inequality, athletics on campus yet again didn't disappoint in terms of storylines.