By Cary Mellon on February 20, 2016
After the ceremony the Heat took the first set and then dropped the next three ending the season with a loss to the Mount Royal Cougars in four sets.
By Cary Mellon on February 18, 2016
The season will close on the UBC Okanagan men’s volleyball team after they host a Mount Royal team fighting for a playoff spot this weekend. Saturday night prior to the 7 p.m. match start the Heat will honour the graduating student athletes.
By Cary Mellon on February 7, 2015
Unranked UBC Okanagan nearly matches the Bobcats in kills, but an impenetrable blocking wall proved too tough to break as the Heat drop their final game. Jim Bell has match high 13 kills.
By Cary Mellon on January 29, 2015
The Heat couldn’t keep up the pace of their strong first set as they lost to the host MRU Cougars in four Thursday night (18-25, 25-22, 25-14, 27-25). Rematch Friday at 5:30 p.m. (PST).
By Kevin Ilomin on January 17, 2015
On the road in Kamloops Saturday night, the UBC Okanagna Heat were doused from being up 2-0 to drop the match in five sets. Gunter powers through with 25 kills to lift the Cougars despite 21 blocks from the Heat defense.
By Kevin Ilomin on January 15, 2015
UBC Okanagan sees six-game tear end as Thompson Rivers goes 3-0 despite another virtuoso performance by Bell. Rematch Saturday at 7 p.m. in Kamloops.
By Cary Mellon on November 22, 2014
Regina once again proves to be a great place to play for UBC Okanagan as they sweep away the Cougars 3-0 (25-18, 29-27, 27-25).
By Kevin Ilomin on September 29, 2013
he UBC Okanagan Heat men’s volleyball continued their preseason action with a tour of northern B.C. alongside Canada West travel partner and valley rival Thompson Rivers University this weekend. The WolfPack hosted the Heat at Tournament Capital Centre in Kamloops on Thursday, travelled up to UNBC in Prince George on Friday and wrapped up their weekend in Quesnel on Saturday at Correlieu Secondary.
“Our freshmen are seeing the floor a lot due to the absence of three key players,” said Heat bench boss Greg Poitras. “This experience for the young guys will help our training immensely. Definitely lots of room for improvement. We will re-evaluate again after next weekend against Trinity Western.”