UFV to host wrestling championships

UFV will host the 2019 Canada West wrestling championships, as decided at the Canada West conference Annual General Meeting last week in Kelowna. The championships will be held Feb. 8…

Cascades’ baseball program is back for another season

The Cascades’ baseball team is back, and ready to compete this season. UFV’s baseball club was started in the 2016-2017 season. The team competes in the Canadian College Baseball Conference…

Rowing to Canadian University Championships

The varsity rowing team has trained throughout the summer in preparation for their competitive racing season. For the month of September, the team races in exhibition races. The exhibition races…

UFV Soccer Alumna’s Journey Overseas

Tristan Corneil became the first alumna of the University of the Fraser Valley’s women’s soccer program to play professionally overseas. She recently signed with the Division 1 women’s soccer club,…

Season in review: 2016-17 Cascades baseball

The 2016/17 season served as a successful inaugural season for the Cascades baseball program, which passed expectations and finished second in the Canadian College Baseball Conference (CCBC) regular season and…

Cascades’ athletic therapist, a winner

The UFV Cascades’ athletic therapy clinic is nestled in E building, down a hallway, followed by an immediate right. It’s run by Tyne Campbell, the lead athletic therapist. Athletic therapists…

Women’s basketball team looks ahead with new recruits

Preparation never ends for a sports team. For the Cascades women’s basketball team, in the middle of their 2015-16 season, that means recruitment for ‘16-17 is already underway.

Cascades women’s soccer team recruits new players

Soccer season may be months away, but the Cascades women’s soccer team is already getting ready. As training began last week, the team announced five new additions for their upcoming 2016 season.

Cascades lose four games in one weekend to the Wolfpack

2015-16 is the final regular season where we see the Canada West basketball Conference (BC through Manitoba) of Canadian Interuniversity Sport competition split into two age-appropriate divisions. The Explorers Division houses the six newest teams, in UFV, Thompson Rivers, UBC-Okanagan, UNBC, Mount Royal, and Grant Macewan. Meanwhile, the Pioneers Division is home to the elder statesmen of CW Basketball, in Victoria, UBC, Saskatchewan, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Regina, TWU, Calgary, Alberta, Lethbridge, and Brandon. Needless to say, there’s some uneven scale-tipping taking place west of “On-terrible.”