The Heat women's volleyball team will look to lock up a spot in the U SPORTS national championship this weekend when they host the Manitoba Bisons in a best-of-three series. Matches are Friday-Sunday (Feb. 23-25).
UBC Okanagan women's volleyball voted No. 3 in the last poll of the regular season. The Heat will host a Canada West Quarter-finals series this weekend, Feb. 23-25, when they host Manitoba for a best-of-three.
An 11-match UBC Okanagan winning streak was ended today as the University of Manitoba Bisons finished their season by upsetting the No. 1 Heat after a 3-1 (23-25, 29-27, 25-18, 25-22) win at the Investors Group Athletic Centre.
With a pair of wins last weekend against Thompson Rivers, the Heat have extended their winning streak into double digits, and will go into this weekend against the Bisons with a chance to close out the season with 12 straight wins.
Heading into the final weekend on Canada West conference play the UBC Okanagan women’s volleyball team remain locked into the top ranking in the country. After travelling to Manitoba this weekend to play the U of M they will host a CW Quarter-final series From Feb. 23-25 with the opponent to be determined.
For the second straight outing the UBC Okanagan men’s volleyball team jumped out to take the first set but the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack took the next three to win their eighth straight match.
Maintaining a clean slate in 2018 has the UBC Okanagan women's volleyball team holding down the top spot in the country in the national coaching poll released this Tuesday. The annual home and home series with TRU is up this week, the Kelowna leg goes on Thursday night.
Five matches remain, but the last Saturday conference match in Kelowna was the annual Seniors Night at UBC Okanagan. The No. 1 ranked women's volleyball team, the hometown Heat, dropped only their fifth set of 2018 but remained perfect in the second semester after taking out the University of Winnipeg in four sets.