Men’s Basketball, Page 76

MBB WIN FIRST GAME OF YEAR (PRESEASON OVER LANGARA COLLEGE)

  Posted on: October 16, 2009

   What a difference a week makes. The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack looked like a completely different team seven days after losing their first pre season game of 2009.  Friday (Oct 16) against the Langara College Falcons (BC College Athletic Association), the WolfPack  dominated three of the four quarters en route to a 103-79 victory. …

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MBB WITH BUSY PRE-SEASON WEEKEND

  Posted on: October 15, 2009

    Thom Gillespie will get a good chance to see what his players are made of this weekend. (Oct 16-18).  Gillespie’s Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s basketball team have no less than three exhibition games.  These are their final ‘tune ups’ for the start of the 2009-10 Canada West season. The WolfPack will entertain…

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MBB OPEN 2009 PRESEASON WITH LOSS TO UNBC

  Posted on: October 13, 2009

    “I’ve got lots of ammo to keep them on track.”  The words of Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s basketball coach Thom Gillespie after he saw his team play for the first time in 2009-10.  The WolfPack played their first exhibition game and fell to the University of Northern British Columbia Timberwolves of the…

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MBB WITH FIRST PRESEASON GAME AGAINST UNBC

  Posted on: October 8, 2009

        Basketball fans get their first chance to check out the 2009-10 version of the Thompson Rivers University men’s team tonight (Thurs Oct 8).  Thom Gillespie begins his second season at the helm of the WolfPack as they entertain the UNBC Timberwolves of the BC College Athletic Association.  Game time is 7…

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WolfPack Basketball At Community Living Day 2009

  Posted on: September 13, 2009

  Members of the WolfPack Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams took time out from studying and practicing to be a part of the Kamloops Community Living Day 2009 Celebrations.  They played slow pitch with KCSL Clients and other ‘celebrities’        

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Wear Hoping To Wear Bronco Uniform

  Posted on: July 22, 2009

    By MARK HUNTER Kamloops Daily News Sports Reporter July 20, 2009 Kamloops – Liam Wear has definitely shown a strong ability to quarterback a team throughout the years. Wear was the starting quarterback for the Vernon High Panthers until he graduated in 2008. He also was the starting point guard for the Panthers’…

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WOLFPACK RELEASES 2009-10 SCHEDULE

  Posted on: June 30, 2009

Josh Boruck A National Volleyball Championship, hosting a golf tournament, an earlier start to the soccer season and a new playoff format for basketball are some of the notable events as the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack have announced the schedule for 2009-10 for their CIS and BCCAA squads. For the first time in the school’s…

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MBB SIGN FIRST RECRUIT OF 2009 (BECK)

  Posted on: June 4, 2009

  Kamloops, BC—Vernon, BC has proven to be a pretty successful place for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s Basketball team to recruit.  The North Okanagan city has yielded yet another prospect for the CIS Team.  Head Coach Thom Gillespie is pleased to announce the signing of 18 year old forward Travis Beck (Fulton Secondary). …

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KAMLOOPS TO HOST U-15 NATIONAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR 2ND STRAIGHT YEAR

  Posted on: May 29, 2009

For the second year  in a row, Canada’s top Under 15 boys and girls basketball players will be making their way to Kamloops.   The Tournament Capital Center and Thompson Rivers University will be the site of the 2009  Canada Basketball U-15 Nationals.   The tournament will be held August 2-9 th. “It was such a big…

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MBB LOSE TO SFU FOR 2ND STRAIGHT NIGHT

  Posted on: May 28, 2009

Clan roll over TRU for second straight nite in MBBNovember 29, 2008 Burnaby, B.C.: “We came back but it was too little too late. The words of Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s Basketball coach Thom Gillespie after his team fell 97-83 to the hometown Simon Fraser University Clan on Burnaby Mountain Saturday night (Nov 29)….

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