NORTH Shore sports stars found their way to the head of the class as both Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia handed out their season-long awards at recent ceremonies.
Langley Blades' William Park turned on the jets at the Canada West Short Track Speedskating Championships held recently in Canmore, B.C.
A memorable high school basketball season will end in style for Anmol Mattu and Les Hamaguchi
The University of the Fraser Valley men's soccer team will play four exhibition games this coming week against tough opponents. UFV face the Simon Fraser University Clan on Thursday night (tonight) in Burnaby at 6 p.m.
It has taken 54 years, but Keith Switzer has finally won a gold medal at a provincial championship.
The University of the Fraser Valley is ready for its first CIS women's basketball Final 8 national championship tournament and the Cascades will face the Saint Mary's University Huskies in the first round on Friday at 8: 30 p.m. MST.
Anmol Mattu will be heading east of the Rockies to continue her basketball career next fall.
T he University of the Fraser Valley's Aieisha Luyken has been named to the 2013 Canada West second all-star team and Alexa McCarthy has been named the 2013 Canada West nominee for the CIS Sylvia Sweeney Award.
Trinity Western University alum and former men's volleyball setter Ben Ball of Abbotsford was named Sport BC University Athlete of the Year.
NORTH Vancouver's Kris Young was recently named the Canada West women's basketball Most Valuable Player after putting together a season of incredibly well-rounded play for the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds.
The UFV men's basketball team lost to the University of Winnipeg 90-84 Saturday, in the Canada West bronze medal game at UBC. This ends the season for the Cascades who finished with a 12-15 record (10-12 regular season, 2-3 playoffs).
The UFV women's basketball team is headed to the CIS Final 8 after defeating the University of Alberta Pandas, 68-57 in Calgary to clinch the third and final Canada West berth on Saturday.
The UFV Cascades women's basketball team defeated the University of Alberta Pandas 68-57 Saturday to clinch the third and final Canada West berth in the 2013 CIS Final 8 tournament.
Doug Plumb, a one-time Little Dribbler, is all grown up.
After a gutsy come-from-behind semi-final win over UBC, the defending Canada West champion Trinity Western University men's volleyball team couldn't duplicate the feat in the Canada West final.
The Canada West Universi-ties Athletic Association announced last week disciplinary sanctions against the University of the Fraser Valley following a self-declared eligibility infraction related to the participation of an ineligible student-athlete in men's basketball games on the weekends of Feb. 1 - 2, and Feb. 8 - 9, 2013.
The University of the Fraser Valley women's basketball team defeated the University of Saskatchewan 73-58 Saturday in a thrilling third game to clinch the Canada West quarter-finals.
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