By Cary Mellon on March 2, 2015
UBC Okanagan win (3-1) versus Kwantlen on Sunday; Tie SFU (1-1) on Saturday but are relegated to consolation round after losing in penalty kicks.
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 Jesse Shopa on October 21, 2012
A frigid Kelowna day cooled both offenses, as the Heat and the Blues played to a 1-1 draw in the final game of the PACWEST regular season at Nonis Field on Sunday.
The Heat controlled possession for the majority of the game, with much of the match being played in the Capilano half of the field. Numerous chances by third year mid-fielder Marissa Klees (Bellingham, WA) and forward Madeleine Greig (2nd year, Penticton, BC) kept the pressure on the Blues defense, but Capilano notched the first goal of the game in the 77th minute off the boot of forward Demmi Skierka (4th year, North Vancouver, BC).
By Jesse Matthews on September 9, 2012
The UBC Okanagan Heat women's squad were all business Sunday afternoon against the Douglas College Royals as the Heat were victorious 3-0 at the Nonis Sports Field.
Defending their home turf in commanding fashion, the Heat notched their first win of the PACWEST regular season and moved their record to one win and one loss after the first weekend of league play.
"We played stronger today," noted Heat coach Claire Paterson. "We played to our strengths a bit more. We moved the ball around to feet, which helped us be successful."
Second year forward Kirsten Dodds (Vernon, BC) opened the scoring for the Heat in the 31st minute off of a scramble in front of the Royals net, nicking the ball past the Royals keeper to give the Heat a 1-0 lead.
The Heat midfield created a lot of excellent scoring opportunities, most notably from the boot of freshman Alana Hazell (Midfield, Kelowna, BC). Hazell had a scoring opportunity herself with a powerful shot on goal just before halftime, but it was denied by a great diving save from second year goalkeeper Ashley Dunn (Maple Ridge, BC).
By Cary Mellon on August 25, 2012
Saturday August 25, 2012 Mount Royal University – Calgary, AB UBC Okanagan Heat vs. U18 Blizzards FINAL: HEAT…………7 U18...…..……1 Heat Goal Scorers: Taylor Candelario (2), Alana Hazell, Lindsey Briggs, Lana Finley, Justine Drosdovech, Laura Graham
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 Cary Mellon on October 16, 2011
Sunday October 16, 2011 Nonis Sports Field, UBC’s Okanagan campus - Kelowna BC UBC Heat (6-1-2) vs. the Langara Falcons (6-4-0) Final: 1st 2nd Final HEAT 1 1 2 LANG 0 0 0 […]
By Cary Mellon on October 15, 2011
Saturday October 15, 2011 Nonis Sports Field, UBC’s Okanagan campus - Kelowna BC UBC Heat (5-1-2) vs. the Quest University Kermodes (5-2-2) Final: 1st 2nd Final HEAT 1 0 1 QUEST 1 0 1 Heat Goal Scorers: Lindsey Briggs (1 - 20th min. 4th on the season). The UBC Heat women’s soccer […]
By Jesse Matthews on October 2, 2011
The UBC Heat women’s soccer team came out on top against Vancouver Island University’s Mariners this Sunday afternoon. Both teams fought hard throughout the match but the Heat proved to be strong competition, leaving with a 3-1 win. The Heat came out strong with a goal in the first minute of gameplay by midfielder Michelle […]
By Cary Mellon on June 23, 2011
The Heat Women’s soccer team is pleased to announce the signing of Lana Finley for the 2011 season. Lana, a 5’6’’ utility player, attended the team’s March ID camp where she impressed head coach Claire Paterson with her versatility in a number of positions. “She came out to [the ID Camp] and did very well […]