Archive | Women’s Basketball

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 […]

PLAYOFF PREVIEW: Cascades basketball teams open Canada West post-season, women at home

The University of the Fraser Valley basketball teams begin their Canada West playoff journeys with best-of-three first-round series this weekend. The Cascades women’s squad hosts the Calgary Dinos at the Envision Athletic Centre beginning Friday, while the men’s team takes on the Winnipeg Wesmen on the road starting Thursday. WBB: Cascades renew hostilities with Dinos […]

Road-weary Cascades edged 64-62 by Heat

Playing under unusually adverse circumstances, the University of the Fraser Valley women’s basketball team dropped a 64-62 decision on the road to the UBC Okanagan Heat on Friday evening. The Cascades’ scheduled departure for Kelowna on Thursday had been postponed by a day due to treacherous road conditions, and with the Coquihalla Highway closed for […]

Weekend preview: Wrestlers at Canada West championships, basketball and volleyball teams on road

The University of the Fraser Valley wrestling program heads to Saskatoon this weekend for the Canada West conference championships, and their Cascades basketball and volleyball counterparts also hit the road as their respective regular-season schedules approach their conclusion. WRES: Cascades grapplers seek Canada West gold Friday/Saturday: Cascades at Canada West Championships University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon […]

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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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