The Vikes men are coming off a rough pair of losses to the No. 4 Thunderbirds but they did what they needed to continue their season into the playoffs. The Vikes will travel to Saskatchewan this weekend for a single-header play-in game where the winner will advance to the quarter-finals.
The Vikes women wrapped up their regular season with a 12-game win streak with their last loss on Nov. 18 to Saskatchewan. The team heads into the play-in series this weekend with a 16-4 record and sharp-shooters Kristy Gallagher and Amira Giannattasio averaging 17.8 and 17.9 points per game, respectively. The Vikes host the first round of playoffs which is a single-header to advance to the quarter-finals.
The Vikes women are set to compete in their first tournament for 2018. The team heads to San Diego, Calif. For the Point Loma Reach tournament.
Feb. 5-6: Vikes at Point Loma Reach (San Diego, CA)
After winning the first of three Canada West Rugby 7s series in convincing fashion, the undefeated Vikes will now head to Abbotsford for the second round of sevens play. Leading scorer Paige Farries will be the one to watch but head coach Brittany Waters has a deep roster all capable of contributing to another victory.
Canada West Rugby 7s Series #2 (Abbotsford, B.C.)
MEN’S & WOMEN’S XC/TRACK
The Vikes are heading south of the border yet again for another gritty track meet hosted by the University of Washington. The Vikes will compete in the annual Husky Classic and then the UW Open to wrap up their weekend.
Friday, Feb. 9-10: Vikes at Husky Classic (Seattle, Wash.) MEET INFO
Sunday, Feb. 11: UW Open (Seattle, Wash.)
MEN’S & WOMEN’S SWIMMING
The Vikes are set to host Simon Fraser in an annual dual meet. The event will be an important preparation meet for those aiming to peak for the upcoming U SPORTS Swimming National Championship at the end of February in Toronto.
Saturday, Feb. 10 – Sunday, Feb. 11: Vikes vs SFU (Saanich Commonwealth Place)
For full varsity game and events schedule please visit our website at govikesgo.com