UNB Varsity Reds

UNB Varsity Reds

Infobox Canadian college athletics
name = UNB Varsity Reds

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university = University of New Brunswick
conference = Canadian Interuniversity Sport
division = Atlantic University Sport
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city = Fredericton
province = New Brunswick
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arena = Aitken University Centre
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arena2 = Chapman Field, Lady Beaverbrook Gym, Sir Max Aitken Pool
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nickname = VReds
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pageurl = http://vreds.unb.ca/
pagename = Official Athletics Website

The UNB Varsity Reds are the athletic teams that represent the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.

The Varsity Reds compete in the following sports: men's and women's basketball, men's and women's hockey, men's and women's soccer, men's and women's volleyball, cross country running, swimming and wrestling.

The men's hockey team is the 2006-2007 University Cup Champion, on Rob Pearce's double-overtime game winner.

See also Canadian Interuniversity Sport.


The name Varsity Reds was only adopted circa 1995. Prior to that every varsity sport had a different name. The now defunct football team was called the Red Bombers. The hockey team was the Red Devils. The women's basketball team was the Red Bloomers.

Past Championships

Men's Soccer (1)

Current Sports

Men's Soccer

Infobox Football club
clubname = UNB Varsity Reds

fullname = University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds
nickname =
shortname = VReds
founded = ?? as the UNB Red Shirts
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ground = Chapman Field
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league = CIS/AUS
season = 2007
position = 4th
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fansgroup = [http://www.patronsvredssoccer.com/ Patrons of Varsity Reds Soccer]
honours = AUS Championships: 1949-54, 1959, 1964, 1980, 1986-87, 2006 [ [http://www.atlanticuniversitysport.com/mens/soccer/pastchamps/ Atlantic University Sport ] ]
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*2008: UNB will be celebrating 60 years of varsity soccer at UNB. [http://soccernb.org/docs/unb%20soccer%2060th%20anniversary.doc more info]
*2006: Fullback Ryan Slaney(3rd year from St. Lawrence, Newfoundland) was named AUS 1st team All-star. Strikers Ken Morrison (2nd year - Fredericton, NB), Eric Cormier (2nd year - Bathurst, NB) and midfielder John Fish (3rd year - North Kilworth, UK) were named to the 2nd team all-star.

2007 Roster [ [http://vreds.unb.ca/vreds/en/teams/soccer_men/roster.aspx UNB Varsity Reds Athletics ] ]
Head Coach: Miles Pinsent

Women's Soccer


Men's Basketball

Women's Basketball


Men's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball

Past Sports

Cross Country

Field Hockey


Club Sports


The UNB Cougars baseball team competes in the Canadian Intercollegiate Baseball Association.
*2007 CIBA National Champions (2-0 win over Concordia Stingers)

External links

* [http://vreds.unb.ca/vreds/en/ University of New Brunswick Athletics]
* [http://www.patronsvredssoccer.com/ Patrons of UNB Varsity Reds Soccer]
* [http://www.unbbaseball.com/ UNB Cougars Baseball]


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