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 Cascades men beat the Timberwolves 88-70 Saturday after an 86-65 win on Friday night to improve their record to 9-7, good for third place in the division.
"I am very happy with our start tonight, we came out shooting and our shot selection was great," said UFV head coach Adam Friesen on Saturday.
In addition to Sam Freeman's 13-point performance, Kevon Parchment and rookie Manny Dulay each scored nine points.
"I was very happy with our intensity tonight as we played a full 40 minutes," said Friesen.
On Friday night, Freeman led all scorers with 27 points, Parchment had 24 points and Nathan Kendall picked up 19.
In women's action, the Cascades beat the Timberwolves 67-42 Friday night with Sarah Wierks leading all scorers with 15 points. Aieisha Luyken had 14.
"Tonight was about getting some of our momentum back again," said head coach Al Tuchscherer.
On Saturday the Cascades handed the Timberwolves their second consecutive defeat, 82-47 in UFV's 'Shoot for the Cure' night.
The win, UFV's 13th victory of the 2012-13 campaign, is a new school record for wins in a regular season. The Cascade women sport a 13-3 record, good for first place in the CIS Pacific Division with six remaining games.
Luyken had 21 points coming off seven 3-point tries.
"I am so happy for the team to win our 13th game tonight. We have come a long way from my first year when we won two games," said Luyken. "We have been doing the little things like training in the summer and by staying together as a team, we are very much a family."
Tuchscherer was also pleased with his team's performance.
"Tonight was a good game for us, playing at the tempo we wanted to play at for close to 40 minutes," he said. "I think as the weekend went on we got stronger and that's a good sign for our squad moving forward."
Both teams travel to Kelowna this weekend to battle UBC-O.