Tag: UFV Athletics
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…
The 2016-17 season served to be a successful inaugural season for the Cascade baseball program, which passed expectations and finished second in the CCBC (Canadian College Baseball Conference) regular season…
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.
As the Cascades men’s volleyball team comes home from their second road trip of the month, third-year criminology student Dayton Pagliericci is midway through his second season as a middle on the team. Pagliericci talks about balancing athletics and his studies, his favourite moments with the team, and the team dynamics this season.
Everyone knows that UFV has an athletic department. Whether you’re an avid follower of varsity sports or really couldn’t care less, we all know it’s there.
But what most students don’t know, is that there’s a lot more that goes into a successful team than just athletes. Working hard from the sidelines, every team has its own student trainer. Student trainers work as part of the Cascades’ athletic therapy department, under the guidance of athletic therapist Tyne Campbell.For the men’s soccer team, that student trainer is Mark Murdoch.
UFV Athletics has announced the launch of a CIS wrestling program for the 2014-2015 season.
This September the UFV athletics department turns 30, and looks to reconnect with its past.