Last Saturday, the Douglas College Royals men’s and women’s basketball hosted the Capilano University Blues in a rematch from Friday nights road tilt which saw the women fall 68-55 and the men snatch a victory 76-70, playing spoilers to the Blues home crowd.
Saturday nights affair would eventually end in the same result for the women, falling short 57-54. On the men’s side, a combined 41 points from guards Courtney Anderson and Josiah Mastandrea (who had a season high 20 points) helped the men defeat Capilano 86-71 to take their 10th win of the season.
The Douglas College Royals men’s and women’s basketball team faced the Vancouver Island Mariners last week in back to back home games over the weekend, with the women falling short on both matchups and the men’s undefeated streak being snapped as they split both games with VIU.
The Douglas College Royals men’s and women’s volleyball teams both won back to back home games against the College of the Rockies Avalanche on this past week, continuing Douglas’s momentum in the new year.
The Morris brothers made life difficult for the opposing Columbia Bible College Bearcats, combining for 43 points and eight steals to lead the Douglas College Royals to a 111-61 victory in PacWest men’s basketball action on Friday.
The Douglas College Royals men’s and women’s volleyball team split back to back games with the University of Fraser Valley Cascades last week, beating UFV on the road but falling short their home court.
The Douglas College Royals men’s soccer team capped off their season at the CCAA national championship tournament, with a 4th place finish after a heartbreaking loss to the Champlain St. Lambert Cavaliers in the bronze medal final.
After a heartbreaking loss in the PACWEST Championship Gold medal game to end last season, the men’s basketball program is looking forward to clearing the slate and beginning a new journey to national gold.
This past weekend, for the eighth time since the 1999-2000 season, the Douglas College Royals men?s soccer team once again captured the PACWEST Conference championship gold medal, defeating the Capilano University Blues and the Vancouver Island University Mariners.
After a tremendous start to their regular season, the Douglas College Royal’s women’s soccer team unfortunately fell short on their PACWEST championship aspirations, as they lost in a heartbreaking semi-finals matchup to the Capilano University Blues.
The Douglas College Royals men's soccer team won their last two games of the regular season with a 5-3 win over Langara College, and a 2-0 win over VIU, securing the 2nd seed in the PACWEST Soccer Championship, October 25-26 hosted by Langara College at the Burnaby Lake Turf fields.
After starting the season on a stellar 7 game unbeaten streak, the Douglas College Royals women’s soccer team’s star has appeared to cool as a weekend split of the final two home games of the season dashed hopes for a 1st seed placement at the PACWEST Soccer Championships.
The Douglas College Royals men’s Volleyball team are jumping into league play coming off a successful 2018-19 regular season, where they topped the PACWEST standings, but failed to translate those efforts into playoff success. A new season and a new mindset, has the Royals refocused for success in 2019-20.
After suffering their first loss of the season the previous weekend, the Douglas Royals women's soccer team looked to get back on track in a weekend set of back to back games against the Capilano University Blues. The last time the Royals met the Blues, the game ended in the Royals favour with a 3-1 victory.
The Douglas College Royals men's and women's soccer team rolled into Nanaimo this past weekend to take on the VIU Mariners in back to back games for what each team hoped would be an additional six points added to their spot on the standings.
Coming fresh off their 3-0 victory against Langara College on Saturday, the Douglas College Royals women’s soccer team looked to continue their winning ways this season against the Capilano University Blues to stay atop of the PAC-WEST standings and improve their undefeated streak to 5-0-1.
The Douglas College Men’s Golf team posted their best result in recent memory this past weekend at the PACWEST VIU Invitational, finishing second, just two strokes shy of a first-place finish to Camosun College. Fifth year golfer, Travis LeClair lead the team, shooting a two-day total of 147, good for 1st place overall in the individual standings. Close behind was 5th year veteran teammate, Josh Legge, whose two-day total of 153 secured him a top three finish.