By Cary Mellon on March 18, 2014
UBC Okanagan men's basketball graduating starters Yassine Ghomari and Landry Ndayitwayeko sit down in the Shaw studio to talk to Ryan Watters on go Okanagan! for Shaw TV.
By Kevin Ilomin on February 15, 2014
The end of the basketball season completed six student-athletes time on the court for UBC Okanagan Saturday in Kamloops.
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By Cary Mellon on February 15, 2014
The final varsity men's basketball game for the heat resulted in an 73-60 victory over Valley Rival the TRU WolfPack
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By Kevin Ilomin on February 8, 2014
Sixth time this season Heat hold opponents under 70 points. Play again tomorrow at 7 p.m.
By Kevin Ilomin on February 1, 2014
$350 went to KidSport tonight due to the seven made threes from the UBC Okanagan Heat men's basketball team in their 76-68 loss to Manitoba on Saturday night in Kelowna.
By Kevin Ilomin on January 31, 2014
Winnipeg holds the Heat to 24 second half points in 65-60 win over UBC Okanagan. The Manitoba Bisons are in Kelowna Saturday night for a 7 p.m. game.
By Jesse Shopa on January 25, 2014
Heat will host the Winnipeg Wesmen next weekend, January 31st and February 1st.
By Kevin Ilomin on January 18, 2014
Despite hot half, Trinity powers through in third and fourth to split the weekend with Heat. Next action at UFV next weekend.
By Kevin Ilomin on January 17, 2014
Heat take third win of the season and third straight at home. Rematch tomorrow at 7 p.m. in Shoot for the Cure game.
By Cary Mellon on November 22, 2013
LETHBRIDGE, AB – The 1st Choice Savings Centre in Lethbridge proved to be favourable to Heat shooters as the team hit on 15-30 from long distance Friday night. However, the Lethbridge Pronghorn men’s basketball team did just enough to hold off the UBC Okanagan Heat 81-76, as the Heat still search for their first win.
“It was a great effort on the road,” says Heat men’s basketball coach Pete Guarsaci after his first trip to the southern Alberta city as head coach. “Lethbridge is a very tough place to play and I thought we played great,” continued Guarsaci.
Landry Nadyitwayeko (5th year, guard, Windsor, ON) kept the Heat within striking distance in the second half, scoring a game high 26 points on a smoldering 9 of 11 from the field, including an amazing stretch where he missed just once from behind the arc on eight shots.