After almost two years without facing any opponents, the Falcons women’s and men’s basketball teams are brushing off the dust and gearing up for a return to the competitive court this month.
By Amir Khan Langara Falcons are struggling to recruit new players due to PACWEST protocols limiting coaches’ scouting access to prospects. Virginia Watson, the Falcons women’s basketball head coach, said she’s attempting to bolster…
By Hannah Snider Since tougher COVID-19 restrictions were introduced in B.C. late last year, the Langara men’s basketball team has been navigating how to maintain competitive mental and physical fitness — only now through Zoom sessions…
The inter-semester break is fast approaching, and that means the men’s and women’s basketball teams are about to have their most prolonged stretch of non-competitive action.
Langara is expected to get a return on the money and labour it is investing into hosting the men’s national college basketball championship, according to the head of the athletic department.
As of 2021, Langara athletes will need to find an alternative training facility that is accessible and convenient.