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UNBC women’s soccer schedule released

The UNBC Women’s soccer program now knows the full list of opponents they will face in the 2018-2019 season, with the official release of the Canada West schedule.

Coming off the first Canada West playoff appearance in program history, the Timberwolves will open their schedule September 8th on the road at UBCO.

The TWolves’ home opener is September 14, with the Regina Cougars in town, visiting the newly renovated Masich Place Stadium.

Some highlights of the UNBC schedule include hosting the UBC Thunderbirds on September 28th and September 29th, as well as an Alberta roadtrip to visit the Calgary Dinos and Lethbridge Pronghorns in mid-October.

The TWolves will wrap up their schedule at home, against the team they open the 2018 campaign against; the UBCO Heat.

Neil Sedgwick’s team earned the first playoff appearance in program history in 2017-2018, thanks in large part to a 25 goal improvement in the +/- rating for the season. They will look to continue that impressive improvement in the 2018-2019 campaign.

Again this season, CW is set to offer an extensive soccer webcast package via Canada West TV – the conference’s official streaming platform. Over 150 conference soccer games were streamed in 2017, and all games will be available on demand this season.

2018 Timberwolves Women’s Soccer Schedule

Saturday, September 8th – UNBC @ UBCO – 1 PM PT
Sunday, September 9th – UNBC @ TRU – 1 PM PT

Friday, September 14th – Regina @ UNBC – 6 PM PT
Sunday, September 16th – Saskatchewan @ UNBC – 12 PM PT

Friday, September 21st – UNBC @ UFV – 5:30 PM PT
Saturday, September 22nd – UNBC @ Trinity Western – 5 PM PT

Friday, September 28th – UBC @ UNBC – 6 PM PT
Sunday, September 30th – Victoria @ UNBC – 12 PM PT

Friday, October 5th – MacEwan @ UNBC – 6 PM PT
Saturday, October 6th – MacEwan @ UNBC – 6 PM PT

Saturday, October 13th – UNBC @ Calgary – 11 AM PT
Sunday, October 14th – UNBC @ Lethbridge – 11 AM PT

Friday, October 19th – TRU @ UNBC – 6:30 PM PT
Saturday, October 20th – UBCO @ UNBC – 12 PM PT

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