2018-11-07 Vancouver- The U Sports national soccer tournament is set to be held at UBC this upcoming weekend, with quarter final matchups set for thursday. Yesterday at Van City Sport we previewed the hosts outlook on the tournament. While the hosts are a one favourite to win the championship, there are still seven others teams who … Continue reading UBC Soccer: Previews and CPL
2018-11-05 Vancouver- The U Sports national soccer tournament is set to be held at UBC this upcoming weekend, with quarter final matchups set for thursday. Yesterday at Van City Sport we previewed the hosts outlook on the tournament. While the hosts are a one favourite to win the championship, there are still seven others teams who … Continue reading UBC Soccer: USports #CHAMPSZN Preview
2018-11-05 VANCOUVER- For the second year in a row the UBC Thunderbirds are Canada West champions. The ‘Birds were crowned kings of the west following their 2-0 victory over lower mainland rivals Trinity Western University on sunday afternoon at Thunderbird stadium. Although winning the conference is impressive and was an important goal for UBC, this season … Continue reading UBC Soccer: T-Birds Win and Prepare for USports #ChampSZN
The UBC Thunderbirds had their home opening weekend as they hosted the Mount Royal University Cougars for a two night series. Rather than a regular game report, Van City Sport is trying something a little different. Here is the first edition of Bird Bites! We hope it's enjoyable. Best “YES!”: The UBC hockey teams have … Continue reading UBC Hockey: Bird Bites
Vancouver. October, 2, 2018- The Vancouver Canucks are about to enter the unknown. The 2018-19 NHL season will be the first of a generation that does not include the Sedin twins. Not many athletes have captured the hearts of a city like the twins did, and their presence will be missed both on and … Continue reading Canucks: Let the Losing Begin!
September 27th 2018, Vancouver- The Carl Robinson era in Vancouver has come to an end. September 25th saw the Welshman as well as the rest of his coaching staff all relieved of their duties. After being with the club for seven years, Robinson’s departure leaves a gaping hole within the organization. The fourth longest tenured … Continue reading Whitecaps: Robbo’s out. Who’s In?
VANCOUVER - The 10th-ranked UBC Thunderbirds found their second win in two days as they defeated the Thompson Rivers WolfPack 3-0 on a dreary, wet Saturday night at Ken Woods Field. The Thunderbirds were able to build off their 2-0 win against UBC Okanagan on Friday night, while Thompson Rivers was unable to rebound from their 3-0 … Continue reading UBC Soccer: Six Points, Two Clean Sheets