By Cary Mellon on April 8, 2014
Jennifer Kidd and Hayley Carlson are teh pair of Heat student athletes that have earned the national distinction.
By Cary Mellon on October 22, 2013
KELOWNA, BC – The Pacific Western Athletic Association (PACWEST) has announced its 2013-14 conference all-stars for both men’s and women’s soccer just days ahead of their championship tournament. The UBC Okanagan Heat women’s soccer team was one of three PACWEST schools with more than three players represented, with four players chosen as all-stars this year. […]
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By Jesse Matthews on October 20, 2013
Women’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 (7-3-4) vs. Quest University Kermodes (9-4-1) Goals by period 1 2 Tot Quest Kermodes 0 0 0 UBC Okanagan Heat 0 0 0 KELOWNA, B.C. – In what would be […]
By Kevin Ilomin on October 6, 2013
Sunday, October 6, 2013 SCHEDULE & RESULTS / BOX Nonis Field, Kelowna, B.C. UBC Okanagan Heat (5-3-2) vs. Thompson Rivers WolfPack (8-0-2) Goals by period 1 2 Tot TRU WolfPack 1 0 1 UBC Okanagan Heat 0 1 1 HEAT SCORING SUMMARY: 1. UBCO Kirsten Dodds (4) KELOWNA, B.C. – It was the […]
By Jesse Shopa on September 7, 2013
A penalty-kick proved to be the difference for the Heat in their season opener, as fifth-year senior and four-time PACWEST all-star Jennifer Kidd (Richmond, BC) earned the Heat their first win of the 2013 season, a 2-1 victory over the visiting Vancouver Island Mariners at Nonis Sports Field this Saturday (Sep 7).
After being hauled down in the box in the 70th minute, a composed Kidd buried the PK just past the outstretched arms of Mariner GK Shelby Walker (3rd year, Victoria, BC) to put the Heat up for good, 2-1.
By Cary Mellon on March 28, 2013
Seven UBC Okanagan Heat student-athletes have placed among the 130 across the nation that have combined excellence in collegiate athletics and academics. For a second straight year Cody Bell from the Heat’s golf program and Hayley Carlson, a Heat women’s soccer player, are among the recipients of Academic All-Canadians. The other five recipients are: […]
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By Cary Mellon on October 23, 2012
KELOWNA, BC – The Pacific Western Athletic Association (PACWEST) has announced its 2012-13 women’s and men’s all-star selections. The UBC Okanagan Heat women’s soccer team was well represented with five players chosen for the third year in a row. The men’s squad placed two players on the all-star team for the second straight year. The […]
By Cary Mellon on October 26, 2011
The Pacific Western Athletic Association (PACWEST) has announced its 2011-12 women’s and men’s all-star selections. The UBC Okanagan Heat women’s soccer team was well represented with five players chosen for the second year in a row. The men’s squad placed two players on the all-star team for the first time since the 2001-02 season. The […]
By Jesse Matthews on October 22, 2011
The UBC Okanagan Heat women’s soccer team received an early goal from freshman scoring sensation Kirsten Dodds (Vernon, BC) to take a big step towards securing an automatic berth to the provincial championship semi-final. The Heat went on to win 2-0 over the Vancouver Island University Mariners in Nanaimo, B.C today. With the win the […]
By UBC Okanagan Athletics on October 23, 2009
UBC Okanagan has continued to collect accolades for a most successful Women’s Soccer season. The women’s program has placed 2 of it’s players on the BCCAA All-star team; Jennifer Kidd the 5’2 defender in her first year, recruited by the UBC Okanagan’s head coach Claire Paterson straight out of R.A. McMath Secondary in Richmond to […]