The Junior Cascades are once again offering five-week skill development sessions in Abbotsford and Chilliwack this spring. Chilliwack sessions begin in early April. Camps are led by UFV women's basketball head coach Al Tuchscherer, his coaching staff, current Cascades and Cascade alumni. Sessions are offered for girls in Grade 3 to grade 12. The camps also serve as selection for summer travelling teams. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to JuniorCascades.ca.
Chilliwack's Alexa McCarthy has been selected as the 2013 CIS Sylvia Sweeney Award recipient for outstanding community service.
In their first trip to the CIS Final 8 basketball national championship, the University of the Fraser Valley women lost to McGill 70-52 in the consolation final Saturday in Regina to end their season.
Point guard extraodinaire Alexa McCarthy helped her UFV team to the CIS Final 8 National Basketball Championship in Regina last weekend, but it was her work ethic off the court that has won her even more recognition.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The UFV Cascades women beat Trinity Western twice on the weekend to claim the school's first ever Canada West regular season title in basketball.
Kaitlyn McDonald of G.W. Graham Secondary in Chilliwack has committed to the UFV women's basketball program.
The University of the Fraser Valley women's basketball team raised close to $3,400 at their inaugural 'Shoot for the Cure' breast cancer awareness fundraiser and silent auction recently at Finnegan's Pub.
After dropping consecutive games for the first time all year, the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) Cascades women's basketball team got back on the winning track last weekend with a pair of big victories.
The University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) Cascades women's basketball team has signed up yet another Chilliwack star.
The men and women of the University of the Fraser Valley swept UNBC in back-to-back basketball games on the weekend at the Envision Athletic Centre.
The UFV women's basketball squad had a rough weekend in Alberta, losing to the University of Calgary Dinos 79-69 Friday night, then coming up short against the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns, 64-59 on Saturday.
The top-ranked University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) Cascades women's basketball teams dropped both games during a disappointing road trip to Alberta last weekend.
The University of the Fraser Valley women's basketball team is ranked No. 1 in the CIS Top 10 poll for a second straight week.
From the start, Rosedale Middle School girls basketball coach Jim Adam knew there was something special about Alexa McCarthy, Courtney Bartel and Sarah and Nicole Wierks.