By Jesse Shopa on September 29, 2013
Kelowna, BC - Eight first-half turnovers, coupled with cold shooting, stalled the Heat offense in the beginning portions of the game and they could not recover, as the Seattle Mountaineers cruised to the 95-70 victory Sunday from UBC Okanagan Gymnasium.
"I thought we had some good moments in the game, especially from our younger players," said Heat head coach Pete Guarasci following the game. "But I think we still have a lot to work on."
By Cary Mellon on June 14, 2013
Former Simon Fraser University student athlete David Manshreck has committed to Heat basketball for the upcoming 2013-14 season. The 6’4 Manshreck is a versatile player that will see floor time on the perimeter for and at the power forward position for an undersized Heat team heading into a third Canada West campaign. Manshreck will look […]