Surrey players boost TWU, UBC soccer teams

Goalscorers help Spartans, T-Birds to wins in CIS play

Natalie Boyd scored one goal to help the Trinity Western University Spartans to a 4-0 win over the University of Northern B.C. Timberwolves last weekend in Prince George.

Soccer players from Surrey helped the visitors post a pair of 4-0 victories over the University of Northern British Columbia Timberwolves last weekend in Prince George.

Natalie Boyd and Jennifer Castillo scored once each in a win by the Trinity Western University Spartans over the Timberwolves Saturday. The defending national champion Spartans are ranked seventh in the CIS (Canadian Interuniversity Sports) and have a 2-1-3 (won-lost-tied) record in the Canada West conference.

First-year forward Jasmin Dhanda of Surrey scored a goal to lift the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds to a win over UNBC Sunday.

Dhanda, from Surrey, scored in the 39th minute to give the Thunderbirds a 2-0 lead. It was her second goal in three games played at the CIS level.

The Thunderbirds are ranked fourth nationally, and have three wins and three ties in six games in Canada West play.

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