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Barrett renewed as head women's volleyball coach at TRU

  Posted on: April 26, 2006

By BRONWEN SCOTT KAMLOOPS-With today’s announcement of her appointment as head coach for the WolfPack women’s volleyball team, Carrie Barrett is looking forward to heading up the program for a seventh year. “I would like to thank my family, team, coaching staff, and members of the community for their support over the years,” said Barrett,…

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Flannigan looks to put some Seoul into game

  Posted on: April 25, 2006

By CHRIS JUREWICZDaily News Sports Reporter KAMLOOPS – Tim Flannigan has never been outside North America. In fact, the furthest Flannigan has travelled is to Boston. That will change, however, come Wednesday, when Flannigan flies from Prince George to Vancouver, then to Seoul, Korea. Flannigan, a 21-year-old setter with the TRU WolfPack men’s volleyball team,…

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Hennelly back with WolfPack

  Posted on: April 19, 2006

By CHRIS JUREWICZDaily News Sports Reporter KAMLOOPS – Pat Hennelly said in August 2005 that he was about to start an eight-month job interview. That was after he had been hired as head coach of the TRU men’s volleyball team for one season, or eight months. Well, it would appear that Hennelly impressed TRU over…

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Women's Volleyball Announces 2006 Recruiting Class

  Posted on: April 19, 2006

KAMLOOPS – Carrie Barrett, head coach of the TRU WolfPack women’s volleyball team, has been hard at work recruiting for the upcoming 2006-2007 CIS season. Look to see at least eight new faces at this years tryouts in early September, a combination of freshmen out of high school and college transfers, from across B.C. and…

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WolfPack says bonjour to Shoebel

  Posted on: April 18, 2006

By CHRIS JUREWICZDaily News Sports Reporter KAMLOOPS – First, it was Turkey’s Behlul Yavasgel. Now, the TRU WolfPack men’s volleyball team has attracted its second international athlete. Pat Hennelly, head coach of the WolfPack, said on Monday that Robin Shoebel of France has agreed to play at TRU during the upcoming season. “He is going…

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TRU captures two

  Posted on: April 12, 2006

By GEOFF MUELLERKamloops This Week Sports Reporter KAMLOOPS – A PACKED BALLPARK, BLAZING SUN, AN unmistakable bouquet of barbecue and the pleasing thumps of fastballs cracking off wooden bats are sure signs of spring. Music to the senses. And it was a packed bullpen and chorus of pitching depth that sprung the TRU WolfPack to…

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TRU Athletics Banquet

  Posted on: April 6, 2006

Thursday, April 6th, 2006 marked TRU’s 35th Annual Athletics Banquet as they celebrated the past year’s accomplishments of the student-athletes and teams. TRU Athletes of the YearDan Cecchini and Shannon Enns TRU Scholar Athletes of the YearKali Ellis, Laura Plouffe and Brian Smith TRU Sports Task Force Athletes of the YearTravis Duncan and Kristi Spelay…

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Pack Defends Tourney Title

  Posted on: March 27, 2006

By CHRIS JUREWICZDaily News Sports Reporter The burgers were sizzling on the barbecue, music blared over the P.A. system and, yes, the sun was out on Saturday and Sunday. The other sure sign that baseball has arrived in Kamloops is that the TRU WolfPack kicked off its season by winning. TRU, the defending Canadian Colleges…

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Okanagan hoops standout commits to WolfPack

  Posted on: March 23, 2006

By BRONWEN SCOTT KAMLOOPS – Clarence Fulton Secondary AA standout Jesse Brown has committed to TRU for the 2006-07 season. “On the back of point guard Sean Garvey’s announcement that he will not play the 2006 season, we have gone a long way to filling his shoes in having Jesse Brown join our program,” said…

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WVB recruits commit to TRU

  Posted on: January 26, 2006

By BRONWEN SCOTT KAMLOOPS – Three outstanding BC athletes have signed with the TRU WolfPack women’s volleyball team, and head coach Carrie Barrett is waiting to hear from two others. Committed for the 2006/07 season are left side Ashley Koehn of Langley, a 6’0″ scholar from Pacific Academy, which won the Silver Medal at the…

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