UFV @ UNBC: Men's Soccer Preview

Men's Soccer
October 9, 2023

Canada West Men’s Soccer Preview
UFV Cascades @ UNBC Timberwolves
Friday, October 13, 2023 at 745 PM
Sunday, October 15, 2023 at 215 PM

UNBC Timberwolves (2-7-2)
6th in Pacific Division Standings
8 Goals For (12th in CW)
22 Goals Against (11
  in CW)
Goals Leader: Michael Henman: 4 Goals
Assists Leader: Connor Lewis, Charlie Stewart: 2 Assists
Points Leader: Michael Henman: 4 Points
Saves Leader: Daniel Zadravec: 72 Saves

Player to Watch: Michael Henman, F
In the final home weekend of his Canada West career, it’s safe to say it has been a historic run for Michael Henman. Lovingly known as The Mailman, the forward is UNBC’s all-time leader in goals, game-winning goals, and points, and has climbed many of Canada West’s all-time leaderboards. Playing his senior season alongside the youngest roster in the conference, the Victoria product has been a fiery leader for the Timberwolves, and will be looking for a successful final weekend at Masich Place Stadium.

UFV Cascades (2-10)

7th in Pacific Division Standings
11 Goals For (9
 in CW)
29 Goals Against (13
 in CW)
Goals Leader: Kian Proctor: 3 Goals
Assists Leader: Kian Proctor 5 Assists
Points Leader: Kian Proctor: 8 Points
Saves Leader: Jackson Cowx: 24 Saves 

Player to Watch: Kian Proctor, F
You can go ahead and pencil Kian Proctor into the Canada West All-Rookie team. The first-year forward leads the Cascades in goals, assists, and points, proving to be the most dangerous player on the UFV roster, despite his lack of experience at the university level. The Delta native stands six-foot-three, so the historically young Timberwolves defense will need to keep an eye on the big presence at the top of the park for UFV.


- Gregor Smith played his 40th career Canada West game last week vs Victoria
- Charlie Stewart needs one game played to reach 20 career Canada West games
- Maarten Grombein needs two games played to reach 20 career Canada West games
- Michael Henman needs one goal to reach 30 for his Canada West career
- Michael Henman needs two games played to reach 60 career Canada West games
- Daniel Zadravec needs one shutout to reach 10 for his career, and tie Tyrone Venhola for most in UNBC program history