Game o1 - Mens

5:00PM

Nov 18

washington

00

Santa Clara

00

GAME O2 - MENS

7:30PM

NOV 18

Texas A&M

00

Minnesota

00

GAME O3 - MENS

6:00PM

NOV 20

MINNESOTA

00

Santa Clara

00

GAME O4 - MENS

8:30PM

NOV 20

washington

00

TEXAS A&M

00

GAME O5 - MENS

3:30PM

NOV 21

Minnesota

00

Washington

00

GAME O1 - woMENS

12:00PM

Nov 22

Notre dame

00

Gonzaga

00

GAME O2 - WOMENS

2:30PM

NOV 22

rutgers

00

gonzaga

00

GAME O3 - WOMENS

6:00PM

NOV 22

south carolina

00

etsu

00

GAME O4 - WOMENS

6:00PM

NOV 22

Oregon State

00

western kentucky

00

GAME O5 - WOMENS

12:00PM

NOV 23

Loser game 1

00

Loser game 2

00

GAME O6 - WOMENS

2:30PM

NOV 23

LOSER GAME 3

00

LOSER GAME 4

00

GAME O7 - WOMENS

6:00PM

NOV 23

Winner Game 1

00

WINNER GAME 2

00

GAME O8 - WOMENS

8:30PM

NOV 23

Winner Game 3

00

WINNER GAME 4

00

GAME O9 - WOMENS

11:00aM

NOV 24

Loser game 5

00

LOSER GAME 6

00

GAME 10 - WOMENS

1:30PM

NOV 24

Winner Game 5

00

WINNER GAME 6

00

GAME 11 - WOMENS

5:00PM or 7:30pm

NOV 24

Loser game 7

00

LOSER GAME 8

00

Final - women's

5:00PM or 7:30pm

NOV 24

Winner game 7

00

WINNER GAME 8

00

USPORT

Women's UBC Thunderbirds 2018/2019 Season Preview

USPORT

Women's UBC Thunderbirds 2018/2019 Season Preview

Vancouver, B.C. - The Women’s UBC Thunderbirds will make some noise in the Canada West this year. On Saturday, the Thunderbirds defeated Lewis & Clark College (Oregon) in convincing fashion 98-23, to continue their strong pre-season play with a record of 4-2 so far with two exhibition games left before their regular season begins.


The Women’s Thunderbirds have had a young, developing core of players the past few years, but their growth has shown and the now experienced group of athletes are going into this season with big expectations. With Deb Huband (Head Coach) and Carrie Watts (Assistant Coach) leading from the bench, the Thunderbirds will rely on 4th year players Jessica Hanson and Madison Penn to run the show from the guard positions while 3rd year forward, Keylyn Filewich will cement their inside attack.


Coming off of a .500 season where they finished 9th in regular season before narrowly missing a shot at the Canada West semi-finals through their play-in and quarter final match-ups, the Thunderbirds know this could be one of their best shots at a Canada West title. The Thunderbirds will kick-off their regular season at home with the Annual Courtside game on October 26th as they take on the Saskatchewan Huskies at War Memorial Gym.

For more information on the Thunderbirds and tickets visit their website.


Vancouver, B.C. - The Women’s UBC Thunderbirds will make some noise in the Canada West this year. On Saturday, the Thunderbirds defeated Lewis & Clark College (Oregon) in convincing fashion 98-23, to continue their strong pre-season play with a record of 4-2 so far with two exhibition games left before their regular season begins.


The Women’s Thunderbirds have had a young, developing core of players the past few years, but their growth has shown and the now experienced group of athletes are going into this season with big expectations. With Deb Huband (Head Coach) and Carrie Watts (Assistant Coach) leading from the bench, the Thunderbirds will rely on 4th year players Jessica Hanson and Madison Penn to run the show from the guard positions while 3rd year forward, Keylyn Filewich will cement their inside attack.


Coming off of a .500 season where they finished 9th in regular season before narrowly missing a shot at the Canada West semi-finals through their play-in and quarter final match-ups, the Thunderbirds know this could be one of their best shots at a Canada West title. The Thunderbirds will kick-off their regular season at home with the Annual Courtside game on October 26th as they take on the Saskatchewan Huskies at War Memorial Gym.

For more information on the Thunderbirds and tickets visit their website.