UNBC's men's soccer side posted a 2-1 record during a three-game exhibition road trip through the Lower Mainland against their CIS Canada West rivals last weekend.
The Timberwolves shut out the Abbotsford All-Stars 1-0 Thursday thanks to Tofa Fakunle's goal in the final minutes of the match.
Cheona Edzerza found Fakunle open who then sent the ball past Abby's keeper.
T-wolves keeper Ty Venhola was credited with the shutout. The All-Stars are comprised of current University of Fraser Valley players as well as some of their recruits.
UNBC shut out the Trinity Western Spartans 1-0 Friday afternoon.
In the 75th minute, midfielder Tyson Hunter and Fakunle teamed up in a scoring rush, which resulted in Hunter being taken down in the box. UNBC was awarded a penalty kick and Fakunle was successful in putting the ball past the Spartans' keeper.
Mitch MacFarlane earned the win in goal for the T-wolves.
The Spartans had held a 4-0 edge against the T-wolves in their previous four meetings.
The T-wolves only loss, a 3-0 shutout, came against Canada West powerhouse University of Victoria Vikes Sunday.
The match was scoreless for the first 60 minutes, but the Vikes continuous pressure resulted in three goals in the final quarter of play.
UNBC will continue to train indoors until the semester ends.