Colton O’Neill played his final regular season home game on October 9. The W. J. Mouat Secondary graduate joined the team in 2011 and is finishing off his final year as team captain. O’Neill opens up to The Cascade about his favourite games, what he’s going to miss about the team, and what’s next for him.
After a successful first month for the Cascades’ women’s soccer team, head coach Rob Geisbrecht discusses the team’s new roster, their success so far, and what to expect over the next few months.
Tom Lowndes is stepping in as interim head coach for the Cascades’ men’s soccer team, after two and a half years of assisting retiring coach Alan Errington.
By Vanessa Broadbent (The Cascade) – Email Print Edition: April 1, 2015 The Vancouver Whitecaps announced last week that they are adding three new players to their...
There is nothing bigger in Canadian collegiate sports than the CIS national championship tournament, which presents the best of the best from the biggest schools in Canada.
On the frigid morning of November 1, the Cascades women’s soccer team prepared to play for the Canada West gold medal, surrounded by a layer of fog that would linger for much of the day. This game, against the Trinity Western Spartans, was personal.
This past weekend was the chance for our men and women’s soccer teams to qualify for the Canada West final four. This second trip to Vancouver Island was a great opportunity for growth and improvement — but was it enough to increase their chances of getting to nationals?
The UFV men’s soccer team has struggled with consistency during the 2014 regular season. Their overall record of 4-4-0 before this weekend was in the middle of the Canada West pacific division, but wasn’t anything special.
Back-to-back victories have launched the Cascades to the top of the Canada West Pacific Division
It’s known around the world as “the beautiful game.” Soccer is a sport with a deep and rich past, and it unites the world in competition every four years. It’s also a sport that the Cascades excel at.