UBC Baseball: ‘Birds fall in NCAA litmus test

August 14  2019, Vancouver- After a historic night at the Nat Bailey Stadium, complete a dominant 8-2 no-hit win, the UBC Thunderbirds returned to their true home at the Tourmaline West Stadium on their beautiful Point Grey campus. The crowd, although not near the 3300 of Tuesday night, was still rambunctious and packed the much smaller … Continue reading UBC Baseball: ‘Birds fall in NCAA litmus test

CPL: Canadian Premier League Takes Shape

2018-11-13 Vancouver- In an unassuming boardroom in a Vancouver hotel, a  little bit of Canadian soccer history was made.  The upstart Canadian Premier League hosted their inaugural U Sports draft, announcing the first players to earn invites to pre-season CPL camps. The draft is also the first of its kind in the country, with no … Continue reading CPL: Canadian Premier League Takes Shape

Bird Bites: The Penalty Thing, Special Teams lacking and a Little Redemption

2018-11-10 Vancouver- After falling on their face in the first game of the weekend the UBC Thunderbirds men's hockey team was determined to have a better outing in the series second game. Despite their best efforts, the T-Birds again fell to the University of Saskatchewan Huskies for the second night in a row., Though this time … Continue reading Bird Bites: The Penalty Thing, Special Teams lacking and a Little Redemption

Bird Bites: UBC Hockey Returns Home VS CW’s Best

2018-11-09 Vancouver-The UBC Thunderbirds men's hockey team returned home to Thunderbird Arena Friday night as they fell 6-1 to the first placed University of Saskatchewan Huskies. The start of the season hasn’t gone perfectly for the T-Birds, as they've been riddled with injuries. The conference wide by week did them a lot of favours as … Continue reading Bird Bites: UBC Hockey Returns Home VS CW’s Best