Men’s Basketball, Page 80

MBB LOSE TO UBC FOR 2ND STRAIGHT GAME

  Posted on: January 4, 2009

WOLFPACK MBB DROP SECOND STRAIGHT TO UBCFor Immediate Release: January 4, 2009 Kamloops, BC: Basketball fans of Kamloops got to see why the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds are one of the top teams in the Nation. The T-Birds (12-1) put on another clinic Sunday (Jan 4) at the Tournament Capital Center, beating the home…

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MBB LOSE TO UBC AT HOME

  Posted on: January 3, 2009

WOLFPACK MBB HAMMERED BY UBCFor immediate release: January 3,2009 Kamloops BC: The new year didn’t start out on a very positive note for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s Basketball team. The WolfPack were shown why the UBC Thunderbirds are on top in the Canada West Pacific Division. The number two nationally ranked T-birds downed…

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MBB DROP EXHIBITION GAME TO WHITMAN COLLEGE

  Posted on: December 28, 2008

WOLFPACK DROP EXHIBITION DECISION TO WASHINGTON STATE COLLEGE For Immediate Release: December 28, 2008 Walla Walla, Washington- “We hadn’t played for a month and it showed.” The words of Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s Basketball head coach Thom Gillespie after his team dropped a 110-68 decision to the Whitman College Missionaries in exhibition action. The…

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MBB LOSE TO COLUMBIA BASIN

  Posted on: December 27, 2008

WOLFPACK PLAY BETTER BUT STILL SUFFER DEFEAT For Immediate Release: December 29, 2008 Pasco, Washington–A basketball team is successful when it has lots of height and can dominate the boards. The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s Basketball team suffered from a lack of both as they dropped an 85-68 exhibition decision to the Columbia Basin…

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MBB TO PLAY PAIR OF GAMES IN WASHINGTON STATE

  Posted on: December 24, 2008

MBB TO PLAY A PAIR OF GAMES IN WASHINGTON STATE For immediate release: December 27, 2008 Kamloops: It’s off to Washington State for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s Basketball team. The ‘Pack will play a couple of exhibition games beginning tomorrow (Dec 28). Their opponents will be Whitman College Missionaries of Walla Walla, Washington….

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MBB 1ST HALF REVIEW (DEC 10, 2008)

  Posted on: December 10, 2008

MBB REACH HALFWAY MARK OF 08-09 CIS SEASON For immediate release: December 10, 2008 Kamloops—At the start of the season, not many people would have thought the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s basketball team would have any victories at the halfway point of the Canada West Season. After all, after their head coach had been…

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MBB LOSE TO BRANDON

  Posted on: November 22, 2008

WOLFPACK MBB LOSE TO BRANDON For Immediate Release: November 22, 2008 Kamloops-“Our effort and energy wasn’t there after yesterdays tough defeat . The words of Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s basketball head coach Thom Gillespie after his team dropped an 88-79 decision to the Brandon University Bobcats. It dropped the WolfPack to 2 and 8…

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MBB LOSE TO REGINA IN OVERTIME

  Posted on: November 20, 2008

REGINA SCORES AT BUZZER TO SINK WOLFPACK IN OVERTIMEfor immediate release: November 20, 2008 Kamloops–Steven Christie probably ate for free when the University of Regina Cougars went for their post game meal. And why not? The 4 th year Center (Cochrane, Alberta) had every right. The 6’9″ Christie tipped the ball in as the buzzer…

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MBB LOSE TO SFU

  Posted on: November 12, 2008

WOLFPACK LOSE HEARTBREAKER TO SFUFor Immediate Release: November 12, 2008 Kamloops BC: The Simon Fraser University Clan Men’s Basketball team proved that it’s not what you wear on the court, its how you perform on it. The Clan forgot their game uniforms as they made their way to Kamloops to play the Thompson Rivers University…

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MBB WINS IN WINNIPEG

  Posted on: November 8, 2008

WESMEN FALL SHORT IN SLUGFEST WITH WOLFPACK For immediate release: November 8, 2008 Winnipeg:–The Thompson Rivers Wolfpack defeated the host Winnipeg Wesmen 99-95 in a slugfest Saturday night at the Duckworth Centre in Winnipeg. Both teams shot the lights out on this evening. The Wolfpack finished the game with an impressive 56% shooting from the…

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