The Cascades’ 2016-17 season highlight video, produced by Atlee James of Potential Pictures, premiered at the UFV athletic department’s annual awards banquet on April 5.
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ABBOTSFORD, B.C. – Soccer standout Monika Levarsky and wrestling champion Brad Hildenbrandt were named the University of the Fraser Valley’s 2016-17 athletes of the year on Wednesday evening, as the Cascades athletic department held its annual awards banquet at the Quality Hotel and Conference Centre. Levarsky, a third-year forward from Surrey, B.C., was honoured in […]
The University of the Fraser Valley women’s basketball program celebrated the 10th anniversary of the Shoot for the Cure fundraising initiative by raising a team-record $5,132 for breast cancer research this year. The Cascades hosted a Shoot for the Cure dinner at the Phoenix Ballroom on Jan. 26, highlighted by a powerful speech from breast […]
University of the Fraser Valley basketball standouts Kayli Sartori and Manny Dulay were honoured on Monday as Canada West announced its all-star teams. Both were named second team all-stars – Sartori on the women’s side, and Dulay on the men’s side. Sartori’s award is yet another accolade in a highly decorated career which has seen […]
After a thrilling run, the University of the Fraser Valley women’s basketball team’s playoff bandwagon finally ran out of gas on Saturday afternoon in Saskatoon, as the Cascades dropped a 78-69 decision to the reigning national champion Saskatchewan Huskies. The Huskies, seeded No. 1 in the Canada West playoff bracket, were heavily favoured in the […]
It sounds strange to say it, but do-or-die elimination games seem to be to closest thing to a comfort zone for the University of the Fraser Valley women’s basketball team. The Cascades improved to 3-0 when facing elimination in the Canada West post-season, knocking off the top-seeded Saskatchewan Huskies 74-62 on Friday evening in Saskatoon […]
The Saskatchewan Huskies reeled off a 19-0 run bridging the first and second quarters to break the game open, igniting a 78-55 victory over the University of the Fraser Valley Cascades in Game 1 of their Canada West quarter-final series in Saskatoon on Thursday. The Cascades, seeded No. 8 in the conference, had a solid […]