The loss drops to Vikes to 0-2 on the season, with their other loss coming at the hands of their bitter rivals the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds.
The Vikes were able to put a lot of pressure on the Capilanos but were stymied by an outsanding defensive effort from the Vancouver squad according to Vikes head coach Doug Tate.
The Vikes defence stepped up big time from the 51 points they surrendered to UBC one week ago but the team was unable to capitalize on all of their scoring chances according to Tate.
Despite the loss, Tate praised the performance of his players with multiple Vikes missing out on the game due to either injury or commitments to the Canadian National Team.
On February 4 the Vikes will get the opportunity to record their first win of the season when they host another one of their long-time rivals, the James Bay Athletic Association, at Wallace Field.
The Vikes and James Bay have met three times already this season, with the teams splitting the games evenly 1-1-1.