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Plavsic & Webster Abbotsford Heat/UFV Cascades Athletes of the Week, week ending Sunday, October 24, 2010

Sasa Plavsic, Men’s Soccer and Megan Webster, Women’s Soccer are the Abbotsford Heat/UFV Cascades Athletes of the Week, for the week ending, Sunday, October 24th, 2010. Plavsic, a second year Kinesiology major, from Coquitlam, BC scored both goals in UFV victory over TWU, 2-1, on Saturday, October 23rd, at Bateman Park.  The midfielder was named […]

Ellen Kuyer, Women’s Soccer and Ravi Singh, Men’s Soccer are Abbotsford Heat/UFV Cascades Athletes of the Week, for the week ending Sunday, October 10, 2010.

Kuyer scored three times in the second half of Saturday’s, 4-3 victory over UBC, in Vancouver. While Ellen did not record an assist it was the fourth year Business major’s hard work that set up the fourth UFV goal as well.  Ellen was the Cascade Player of the Match against UBC. In Friday’s tie against TWU, Ellen […]

UFV Cascades Welcome Cheerleaders to Varsity Family!

The University of the Fraser Valley Cascades are pleased to welcome to the varsity family the Cheerleading squad that will be headed by Co Coaches Kaitlyn Yates, Surrey, BC and Brooke Ostendorf, Abbotsford, BC.  The newly formed Cheerleading squad will entertain the Envision Athletic Centre crowds at Men’s and Women’s Varsity Basketball games and compete in two regional […]

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

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