Archive | Women’s Soccer

Zacharuk, Dhaliwal ignite the offence in Cascades’ 3-0 win at TRU

It took a while for the University of the Fraser Valley women’s soccer team to find traction against the Thompson Rivers WolfPack on Sunday afternoon in Kamloops, but a pair of fourth-year veterans helped the Cascades turn the tide. Brittney Zacharuk and Gurneet Dhaliwal took turns assisting on each other’s goals late in the first […]

Alumni Spotlight: Former Cascades soccer stars finding success in Sweden

For a growing number of University of the Fraser Valley soccer alumni, Sweden is the land of opportunity. Pro soccer opportunity, specifically. There are currently five former Cascades playing soccer professionally in the Scandinavian nation: Sasa Plavsic was the trailblazer, arriving in Sweden in August 2013. The all-time leading scorer for the Cascades men’s soccer […]

Cascades this week: Top-ranked men’s golf team plays host, soccer teams continue Canada West play

The No. 1-ranked University of the Fraser Valley men’s golf team hosts its annual home tournament this weekend, while the Cascades soccer teams aim to continue climbing the Pacific Division table as their Canada West campaigns continue. MGOLF: UFV Invitational returns to Chilliwack Golf Club Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 29-30: UFV Invitational (PACWEST tournament No. […]

Cascades drop 3-0 decision to red-hot Griffins

The University of the Fraser Valley women’s soccer team ran into a red-hot MacEwan Griffins squad on Saturday evening, dropping a 3-0 decision at MRC Sports Complex. The Griffins were coming off a highly impressive 3-2 win over the U SPORTS No. 1-ranked Trinity Western Spartans on Friday, and they continued their roll on Saturday, […]

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