By Cary Mellon on April 29, 2014
Rosemary Thompson of UBCO.tv discusses the UBC Okanagan Heat Soccer programs and their ensuing jump to Canada West with Dante Zanatta.
By Kevin Ilomin on October 13, 2013
Sunday, October 13, 2013 SCHEDULE & RESULTS Nonis Sports Field, Kelowna, B.C. UBC Okanagan Heat (5-4-3) vs. Douglas College Royals (7-3-2) Goals by period 1 2 Tot Douglas Royals 0 2 2 UBC Okanagan Heat 2 0 2 HEAT SCORING SUMMARY: 1. Enzo Paal (5) 2. Enzo Paal (6) KELOWNA, […]
By Kevin Ilomin on October 12, 2013
Saturday, October 12, 2013 SCHEDULE & RESULTS Nonis Sports Field, Kelowna, B.C. UBC Okanagan Heat (5-4-2) vs. Kwantlen Polytechnic University Eagles (2-6-3) Goals by period 1 2 Tot Kwantlen Eagles 0 1 1 UBC Okanagan Heat 0 0 0 KELOWNA, B.C. – With playoffs just around the corner, the last thing the Heat wanted to […]
By Kevin Ilomin on October 6, 2013
Sunday, October 6, 2013 SCHEDULE & RESULTS / BOX Nonis Sports Field, Kelowna, B.C. UBC Okanagan Heat (5-3-2) vs. Thompson Rivers University WolfPack (6-2-1) Goals by period 1 2 Tot TRU WolfPack 1 1 2 UBC Okanagan Heat 1 2 3 HEAT SCORING SUMMARY: 1. Donald “Manny” Straith (1) 2. Jorden Leib (3) 3. […]
By Kevin Ilomin on September 29, 2013
Men’s Soccer (PACWEST Conference play) Sunday, September 29, 2013 SCHEDULE & RESULTS Cleveland Park, North Vancouver, B.C. Capilano Blues (2-3-1) vs. UBC Okanagan Heat (4-2-2) Goals by period 1 2 Tot Capilano Blues 2 […]
By Kevin Ilomin on September 28, 2013
NANAIMO, B.C. –Down 1-0 in the first two minutes of play, the Heat men’s soccer team had an uphill battle to fight with the defending national silver medalists.
“It was a bad giveaway by us,” said Heat coach Dante Zanatta after the match, referencing the goal by VIU’s Farhad Abdulgani. “It was probably 60-40 possession for us the rest of the half,” he added, “It seemed like we were always in control of the game.”
By Kevin Ilomin on September 21, 2013
Coming down the stretch it looked like Logan Ellis (2nd year, Calgary, Alberta) might again extend his shutout streak for the season, but the Langara Falcons rallied late in the second half to make things interesting for the visiting Heat. Ultimately, the Falcons were outlasted by the visiting team for a 3-2 win in Richmond.
The Heat got off to a quick start in the match, with both Enzo Paal (1st year, Coldstream, BC) and Danny Chahal (2nd year, Burnaby, BC) chipping in one goal apiece. Paal got his look from the corner about seven minutes in, and Danny would get his from a corner kick thirty-yards out. Neither team would score again heading into the half.
Coming back into the second half, the Heat’s fourth-year midfielder Austin Jones (Vernon, BC) managed a beautiful shot as he turned and spun to hit it top corner.