Author Archive | Dan Kinvig

Cascades men’s volleyballers complete sweep of Bearcats

The University of the Fraser Valley men’s volleyball team concluded the PACWEST regular season in clinical fashion, defeating the Columbia Bible College Bearcats in three straight sets at the Envision Athletic Centre on Saturday evening. It was the final home game for Cascades fifth-year right side Joel Kleingeltink, and as such, the stands were packed. […]

Cascades wrap regular season with five-set win over Bearcats

The University of the Fraser Valley women’s volleyball team clawed out a five-set victory over their crosstown rivals, the Columbia Bible College Bearcats, on Saturday evening to close out the PACWEST regular season. Playing in the North Gym at the Envision Athletic Centre, the Cascades (9-15) completed a sweep of the home-and-home series, having picked […]

Cascades bounce back with big Game 2 win over Dinos

With their season on the line, Kayli Sartori and her University of the Fraser Valley women’s basketball teammates mustered a gritty effort, defeating the Calgary Dinos 61-59 on Saturday evening in Game 2 of their Canada West first-round playoff series. Playing at UFV’s Envision Athletic Centre, Sartori racked up a game-high 23 points, highlighted by […]

From walk-on to all-star, Kleingeltink has established memorable legacy with Cascades

On Saturday, Joel Kleingeltink takes to the Envision Athletic Centre hardwood for the last home game of his University of the Fraser Valley volleyball career, and he arrives at the milestone in distinguished fashion. The fifth-year right side from Langley, B.C. is the Cascades men’s volleyball program’s most decorated player of recent vintage – he’s […]

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Indigenizing at UFV

The University of the Fraser Valley is situated on the unceded traditional territory of the Stó:lō peoples. The Stó:lō have an intrinsic relationship with what they refer to as S’olh Temexw (Our Sacred Land); therefore, we express our gratitude and respect for the honour of living and working in this territory.

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