The UFV Cascades battled the TWU Spartans for the second time this weekend and once again it was a late winner by Trevor Zanatta that secured the ...
The UFV Cascades hosted the TWU Spartans on the back end of their home-and-home series and it was the visitors who went away with the 3-0 victory.
Trinity Western University lost 1-0 against visiting UBC Okanagan Saturday at Chase Office Field.
Trinity Western University's Jacob Low scored the Spartans only goal, as they beat Thompson Rivers 1-0 in TWU's home-opening match.
Cody Fransen's winning penalty and the subsequent celebrations as the 8th seeded Trinity Western Spartans beat the number one seeded York Lions 4-2 on ...
The Cascades nearly erased a three-goal deficit, but the TWU Spartans hung on for a 3-2 win.
The Cascades went toe-to-toe with the nation's No. 3-ranked team, but Trinity Western's Seina Kashima scored the winner in a 3-2 Spartans victory.
Trinity Western University beat Fraser Valley 2-1, with the Spartans Jacob Low scoring the 85th minute to secure the victory.
Trinity Western beat local rival Fraser Valley 3-1 to improve to 8-1-0 on the Canada West regular season.
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Trinity Western University v British Columbia College of Teachers,  1 S.C.R. 772, 2001 SCC 31, is a leading Supreme Court of Canada decision on the freedom of religion and the court's ability to review a private school's policies.
Founded in 1995, the Trinity Western University Dead Sea Scrolls Institute is the only center in North America dedicated to the manuscript discoveries in the Judean Desert and material finds of the Qumran community. With strengths in the textual and philological interpretations of both biblical and non-biblical texts, the Institute provides support and resources graduate and faculty research, events, and publications on the Qumran finds.