Women’s Basketball News

Vikes top Cascades women’s hoopsters in preseason finale

The University of the Fraser Valley women’s basketball squad wrapped up its preseason preparations with a 75-63 loss to the Victoria Vikes at the Hoopfest Invitational Tournament, hosted by the Alberta Pandas. The Cascades were shorthanded on Saturday, as Kate Head, Katelyn Mallette, Jessica Zawada and Elissa Vreugdenhil were unavailable due to injury. “It was […]

Weekend Preview: Soccer teams seek playoff berths, volleyballers hit the road, hoopsters close out preseason

It’s a busy weekend for the University of the Fraser Valley athletic department. The Cascades soccer teams wrap up their Canada West regular-season schedules with playoff on the horizon, the volleyball teams embark on their longest road trip of the campaign, and the basketball teams play exhibition games with their regular-season tip-off just one week […]

Blue-chip recruit Deanna Tuchscherer to build on family legacy with UFV women’s basketball

University of the Fraser Valley basketball fans of a certain vintage – circa 2005 or thereabouts – might remember a precocious preschooler coming onto the court at halftimes and dribbling around with a skill well beyond her years. That girl was Deanna Tuchscherer, daughter of Cascades women’s basketball head coach Al Tuchscherer. She’s now 17 […]

Cascades this week: Major soccer, golf events highlight Cascades’ schedule

It’s a huge weekend for the University of the Fraser Valley soccer and golf programs. On the soccer pitch, the Cascades men’s and women’s teams take on local rival Trinity Western in a home-and-home series – Friday in Langley, and Sunday in Abbotsford. The men’s golf team, meanwhile, heads to Nanaimo for the PACWEST championship […]

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