Texas Tech, San Diego (NCAA) and Carleton University (CIS) highlight the 2010-11 UFV Cascades exhibition season…

The University of the Fraser Valley Cascades will play 15 home exhibition games in Men’s Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Basketball between August 11th and September 6th.  Highlighting the Men’s Soccer preseason home schedule are visits to Bateman Park from Carleton University (OUA East/CIS) and Simon Fraser University (NCAA).  Men’s and Women’s Basketball welcome to the […]

Canada Basketball’s National Women’s Team play two Exhibition Games at UFV’s Envision Athletic Centre.

The University of the Fraser Valley’s Envision Athletic Centre will play host to two Canada Basketball Women’s exhibition games as they prepare for the 2010 Women’s World Championships, to be held in the Czech Republic, September 23 to October 3. Team Canada will “tip off” against Chile on Saturday, July 17th, and Sweden on Tuesday, July […]

Graham to join UFV Cascades Rowing Program in September.

Samantha Graham, Langley, BC, has committed to participating on the University of the Fraser Valley Cascades Rowing program in September, 2010. The D.W. Poppy Secondary School graduate comes to the Cascades from the Fort Langley Rowing Club. Samantha will be enrolling in the Bachelor of Science program at UFV. In addition to her Rowing talents, […]

Graham to join UFV Cascades Rowing Program in September.

Samantha Graham, Langley, BC, has committed to participating on the University of the Fraser Valley Cascades Rowing program in September, 2010. The D.W. Poppy Secondary School graduate comes to the Cascades from the Fort Langley Rowing Club. Samantha will be enrolling in the Bachelor of Science program at UFV. In addition to her Rowing talents, […]

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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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