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Biagioni & Mora Perea Abbotsford Heat/UFV Cascades Athletes of the Week

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Golf Team finishes second at VIU Tournament

The University of the Fraser Valley Men’s Golf team finished second at the VIU/BCCAA golf tournament, in Nanaimo, BC. The Cascades remain in second place, three overall strokes behind, VIU, 1627 to 1630. The Cascades team score on the weekend was 589, falling 1 stroke behind, VIU with 588. The Cascades top golfer on the weekend was Mitch Lock, […]

Webster and McLachlan Abbotsford Heat/UFV Cascades Athletes of the Week

Brett Webster, Men’s Golf and Andrea McLachlan, Women’s Soccer are the Abbotsford Heat/UFV Cascades Athletes of the Week. Webster, a fourth year Business major, from Abbotsford, BC finished in First Place in last weekends BCCAA Golf Tournament, at Kwantlen University.  Brett shot 110 for the two day event helping UFV Cascades golf team win the […]

Wantke and Webster Abbotsford Heat/UFV Cascade Athletes of the Week

Brent Wantke, Men’s Soccer and Megan Webster, Women’s Soccer are the Abbotsford Heat/UFV Cascades Athletes of the Week. Wantke, a third year midfielder from Langley, BC was named player of the match in Saturday’s 2-0 victory over Lethbridge.  The Criminology major was outstanding controlling the midfield all weekend long and played a large part in 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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