By Cary Mellon on March 31, 2015
Bell, Truss headlines this year’s individual male award winners, capturing the brand new Most Outstanding Athlete award and the revamped Student Athlete of the Year award.
By Cary Mellon on October 18, 2014
Play in Kamloops Saturday at 2 pm and on Sunday at 2 pm in Kelowna. Joe Gill, Dylan Abbott, Nick Kmet, and Austin Jones – will play their final game in Kelowna on Sunday.
By Kevin Ilomin on October 20, 2013
Men’s Soccer (PACWEST Conference play) Sunday, October 20th, 2013 SCHEDULE & RESULTS | BOX SCORE Nonis Sports Field, UBC’s Okanagan campus, Kelowna, B.C. UBC Okanagan Heat (6-5-3) vs. Quest University Kermodes (0-10-3) Goals by period 1 2 Tot Quest Kermodes 1 1 2 UBC Okanagan Heat 3 2 5 HEAT SCORING SUMMARY: 1. UBCO Enzo […]
By Cary Mellon on October 16, 2013
UBC Okanagan soccer players Harrison Shrimpton and Dylan Abbott sit down in the Shaw studio to talk to Ryan Watters on go Okanagan! for Shaw TV.
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 Jesse Shopa on October 5, 2013
Men’s Soccer (PACWEST Conference play) Saturday, October 5th, 2013 SCHEDULE & RESULTS Hillside Stadium, Kamloops, B.C. Thompson Rivers University (5-1-1) vs. UBC Okanagan Heat (4-2-2) Goals by period 1 2 Tot Thompson Rivers WolfPack 2 2 4 UBC Okanagan Heat 2 0 2 HEAT SCORING SUMMARY: 1. UBCO Enzo Paal (4) 2. UBCO Dylan Abbot […]
By Kevin Ilomin on September 7, 2013
The Vancouver Island University Mariners are the defending CCAA men’s soccer silver medalists and one of the most physically tough teams in the league. None of that mattered to the Heat men’s soccer team as they fought VIU valiantly through rainy conditions Saturday afternoon, ultimately falling to the Mariners 4-2.
“They’re a physical team,” Heat coach Dante Zanatta said after the match of VIU. “I thought for the vast majority of the game it wasn’t anything dirty. It was just a physical soccer game.”