There are currently no upcoming/recent events - due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19 Canada West has announced that no conference competition (regular season, playoff or championship) will occur in men's and women's soccer during the first term of the 2020-21 season. Recently, the plan to stage the CW golf championships has also been cancelled. Golf was tentatively set to take place, however, travel restrictions forced their cancellation as well. As there will also be no cross country championships, no Heat sport will be competing in the first term of 2020-21.
No two-term sports (volleyball, basketball) will commence prior to January 1, 2021, with a decision to be made no later than October 8, 2020.
Canada West cancels 2020-21 first term team competitions Decision made unanimously by CW member universities amidst ongoing COVID-19 pandemic Full Story
Livingston, Walde attain top athlete status for 2019-20 at UBCO Women’s volleyball setter / outside hitter Natalie Livingston and men's soccer defender Hamish Walde rise above the rest and are the 2019-20 UBC Okanagan Heat’s Outstanding Athletes of the Year. Full Story
NEWS AWARDS: Perry and Stanley nab honours for top first-year players at UBCO Amaya Perry from women's volleyball is the female rookie of the year for the Heat. Meanwhile, Pierson Stanley, from the men’s soccer team, is UBCO’s male rookie of the year. March 27, 2020Full Story
NEWS 2020 UBCO Heat Athletic Awards Finalists announced Despite the cancellation of the 29th annual UBCO Heat Varsity Athletic Awards Celebration, the Department of Athletics is proud to announce the finalists for its major awards, with the pronouncement of award winners to follow in the days ahead. March 24, 2020Full Story
Men's Soccer AWARDS: Nicholas Reitsma named the Student-Athlete Community Service Award Winner in Canada West The goalkeeper for the UBCO men's soccer team has been selected as the Canada West Conference's top player that excels in soccer, academics and community involvement. The community service award is one of three top conference awards for student-athletes. October 30, 2019Full Story