Gray and Munro UFV Cascades/Abbotsford Heat Student-Athletes of the Week, week ending Sunday, November 9, 2010

Zeon Gray, men’s basketball, is the Cascades male Athlete of the Week, leading UFV to their first victory of the Canada West regular season, Sunday, with a 28-point, 5-assist, 5 steal performance in their 100-90 victory over the defending CIS national champions.  On Saturday, Gray added 13-points and a team high 9-assists in their 100-89 […]

Saskatchewan defeats UFV Cascades, 80-73, in Saskatoon

The University of the Fraser Valley Cascades were defeated by the CIS number 6th ranked University of Saskatchewan Huskies, 80-73, in Saskatoon.  The Cascades Canada West regular season record falls to 2-2. The Cascades fell behind early trailing the home team by 18-points, 46-28, at the intermission.  The second half belonged to UFV as they […]

Cascades defeat Saskatchewan, 100-90, in Saskatoon

The University of the Fraser Valley Cascades men’s basketball team defeated the University of Saskatchewan Huskies, 100-90, in Saskatoon to earn their first Canada West win of the young 2010-11 regular season. The Cascades withstood an early lead by Saskatchewan which include a 30-point halftime performance by Jamelle Barrett.  The Cascades were down by a […]

UFV Cascades make history earn CIS national berth with victory over TWU, Spartans run to CIS Nationals end at “foot” of Danielle deBruin!

Final Score:  UFV Cascades 3-2 The University of the Fraser Valley Cascades made school history today, earning a berth in the CIS women’s soccer national championship tournament, in Charlottetown, PEI.  The women’s soccer team become the first UFV program to qualify for a national berth, in the school’s 5-year association with the CIS. The Cascades […]

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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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