Baseball, Page 77

DHANANI SELECTED IN MAJOR LEAGUE DRAFT

  Posted on: June 11, 2009

    The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Baseball team has had a player chosen in the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft.  Shortstop Kyle Dhanani (Blaine, Washington), becomes the fourth player from the TRU baseball program to be chosen by a Major League Team. Dhanani was chosen in the 43 rd round (1,306 th overall)  by…

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DHANANI OFF TO MLB PROSPECT CAMP

  Posted on: June 3, 2009

  For anyone who’s ever picked up a ball and bat, playing in the Majors is a dream.  For a member of the Thompson Rivers University Wolfpack, they will move a step closer to that dream starting Saturday (June 6). Shortstop Kyle Dhanani (Blaine, Wash) is one of a few top prospects to be invited…

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Walkoff Walker Lives ChildHood Dream (Gregg Drinnan KDN column)

  Posted on: May 28, 2009

By GREGG DRINNAN Daily News Sports Editor May 28, 2009 Kamloops – For as long as youngsters have gathered in fields and on outdoor rinks, there have been dreams. It’s Game 7 of the World Series . . . or a Stanley Cup final . . . and, yes-s-s-s-s, you get the hit or score…

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PONICH TO PLAY FOR N.A.I.A. WORLD SERIES

  Posted on: May 21, 2009

Alex Ponich has enjoyed a lot of success in his young baseball career.  This included being a Canadian College Baseball Conference All-Star and Champion with the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack.  But the former Penticton, BC native will add another chapter this week when he will play in the 53 rd Annual Avista N.A.I.A.  (National Association…

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WOLFPACK BASEBALL WINS CCBC TITLE FOR THIRD TIME (2ND IN 3 YEARS)

  Posted on: May 17, 2009

This was supposed to be a rebuilding year for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack baseball team.  After all, they had lost their entire starting outfield, all of whom were all-stars.  And their pitching staff was decimated.   But someone forgot to tell the players on the 2009 squad. They also forgot to tell them when…

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BASEBALL UNBEATEN IN CCBC LEAGUE FINAL TOURNEY ROUND ROBIN

  Posted on: May 17, 2009

WOLFPACK BASEBALL GOES THROUGH CCBC ROUND ROBIN LEAGUE TOURNEY UNBEATEN Winning Pitcher Morgan Zahara For Immediate Release–May 15, 2009 Lethbridge, Alta–The streak continues for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Baseball team. For the third straight year, the ‘Pack are into the championship final of the Canadian College Baseball Conference. The WolfPack went through the round…

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BASEBALL WINS 2009 CCBC TITLE

  Posted on: May 16, 2009

WOLFPACK BASEBALL WINS CCBC TITLE FOR THIRD TIME (2ND IN 3 YEARS) Bryan Burston and Brock Stewart are CCBC Champions For Immediate Release: May 16, 2009 Lethbridge Alta–This was supposed to be a rebuilding year for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack baseball team. After all, they had lost their entire starting outfield, all of whom…

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BASEBALL UNBEATEN AFTER DAY ONE AT 2009 CCBC TOURNEY

  Posted on: May 15, 2009

WOLFPACK UNBEATEN AFTER FIRST DAY OF CCBC LEAGUE TOURNEY Kyle Dhanani had a great afternoon for TRU For Immediate Release: May 14,2009 Lethbridge, Alta: The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack continued their dominance over one team and exercised a ghost in another as they went unbeaten after the opening day of play at the Canadian College…

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WOLFPACK UNBEATEN AFTER FIRST DAY OF CCBC LEAGUE TOURNEY

  Posted on: May 14, 2009

    The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack  continued their dominance over one team and exercised a ghost in another as they went unbeaten after the opening day of play at the Canadian College Baseball Conference League Final Tournament .   The WolfPack won for the 12 th straight time over Okanagan College Cubs (12-3) and then…

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SIX WOLFPACK NAMED TO CANADIAN COLLEGE BASEBALL CONFERENCE ALLSTAR TEAMS

  Posted on: May 14, 2009

    A second place finish in the Chris Reitsma Division has resulted in six members of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack being named to the Canadian College Baseball Conference All-star teams.  The ‘Pack had five players named to the first team and one to the second team.   For the second year in a…

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