The UNBC Timberwolves women’s soccer team is still looking for its first win of the season after falling 1-0 to the MacEwan Griffins Sunday at Masich Place Stadium in Prince George.
A penalty kick goal from Hannah Supina in the 71st minute was the difference for the visiting Griffins.
On Friday, the women’s squad fell 3-0 to the visiting Alberta Pandas.
The women return to action on the road with a Friday showdown against the UVIC Vikes. The next home appearance for the UNBC women takes place on Friday, October 13 against UBCO.
Meanwhile, the men earned a 1-1 draw Sunday at Masich Place Stadium with the visiting Lethbridge Pronghorns. With time winding down in the match, UNBC rookie Alberto Kuri scored a game-tying goal, his first career Canada West goal.
On Friday, the men’s squad defeated the visiting Alberta Golden Bears 2-0 at Masich. Isaac Tate and Charlie Stewart scored for the Timberwolves.
The men are back in action next weekend when they head to Victoria for a pair of games against the Vikes. Their next home game is October 13th against the University of Fraser Valley Cascades.