By Cary Mellon on December 12, 2016
34 Student Athletes that competed for the UBC Okanagan Heat in 2015-16 earned Academic All-Canadian status.
By Cary Mellon on October 23, 2016
Shoot for the Cure back for tenth year, over $1M benchmark raised so far.
By Cary Mellon on October 20, 2016
Thursday was a significant day for university sport in Canada, as Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) – the national governing body for university sport in Canada – officially announced its rebranding as U Sports.
By Cary Mellon on March 13, 2016
At the CIS national women’s volleyball championships in Brandon, MB the Heat women’s volleyball swept the UBC Thunderbirds to claim the national bronze medal.
By Cary Mellon on March 12, 2016
Saturday night in the first national semifinal the UBC Okanagan Heat fell to the undefeated Toronto Varsity Blues in four sets Play either TWU or UBC tomorrow (Sunday) at 1 p.m. PT for a national medal.
By Cary Mellon on March 11, 2016
In the second match at the national championship the Heat women’s volleyball team go 3-0 (25-17, 25-10, 25-15) over the Dalhousie Tigers. Play U of T tomorrow (Saturday) at 4 p.m. PT in semifinal. Women’s Volleyball (CIS national championship quarter-final match) Saturday, March 11, 2016 HLC (Healthy Learning Centre), Brandon University, Brandon, MB SET SCORES 1 […]
By Cary Mellon on March 10, 2016
Katie Wuttunee was a first team All-Canadian middle for the 2015-16. Received the award a day prior to the Heat’s first ever CIS match at a national championship.
By Cary Mellon on March 8, 2016
UBC Okanagan in their first visit to a national championship will face the AUS champ Dalhousie Friday 12:30 PT. Here is a quick look at the teams in Brandon.
By Cary Mellon on March 6, 2016
After earning Canada West silver the Heat go into the national tournament in Brandon as the third seed. Play their first match on Friday, March 11 at 12:30 p.m. PT.
By Cary Mellon on October 16, 2015
Since 1988, Canadian Interuniversity Sport has recognized as Academic All-Canadians those student-athletes who have achieved an academic average of 80% or better while representing their university on a varsity sports team. From that group, eight are selected to receive the Top 8 Academic All-Canadian award – one male and one female student-athlete from each of […]