Men’s Soccer, Page 64

MEN STAY, WOMEN FALL IN NATIONAL CCAA SOCCER RANKINGS

  Posted on: September 22, 2009

    The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack soccer teams both won all their matches last weekend (Sept 19-20), but it wasn’t good enough for the women to stay fourth in the Canadian College Athletic Association Rankings. The WolfPack beat Douglas and Kwantlen and fell from fourth to fifth place in the rankings. The  Langara College…

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WOLFPACK DOWN KWANTLEN TO REMAIN UNBEATEN

  Posted on: September 20, 2009

  The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s soccer team remain unbeaten after three weeks of play in the BC College Athletic Association regular season.  The WolfPack got a pair of goals from third year forward Erkut Sonmez (Isanbul, Turkey) in a 3-1 victory over the Kwantlen Polytechnic Eagles.   The victory gives the WolfPack, ranked third…

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WolfPack Athletes involved in Terry Fox Runs

  Posted on: September 19, 2009

    Members of the WolfPack Hockey team, Men’s Soccer Team, Women’s Basketball Team and Women’s Volleyball team will visit 14 schools in the Kamloops area to be apart of their Terry Fox 2009 Runs. Here are some pictures from R.L. Clemison in Barnhartvale where WolfPack hockey players Brock Fraser and Blake Tancock and men’s…

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TRU MENS SOCCER REMAINS UNBEATEN

  Posted on: September 19, 2009

         Sean Wallace couldn’t have asked for a better birthday present. The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s soccer coach saw his team roll to another victory to remain unbeaten in the BC College Athletic Association standings.  The WolfPack battled some stiff winds and the Douglas College Royals en route to a 3-1…

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WOLFPACK SOCCER TEAMS RANKED IN THE CCAA NATIONAL RANKINGS.

  Posted on: September 15, 2009

    The Thompson River University WolfPack Soccer teams are off to strong starts and it’s been noticed nationally.  The first Canadian College Athletic Association  Soccer rankings of the season are out and both TRU teams are mentioned. The WolfPack men are ranked third in the nation. The WolfPack women are fourth. “It’s nice to…

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WOLFPACK TIE VIU TO REMAIN UNDEFEATED

  Posted on: September 14, 2009

        The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s soccer team remains unbeaten after the first two weeks of play in the BC College Athletic Association regular season.   The WolfPack saw their record go to 2 wins and 2 ties after playing the Vancouver Island University Mariners to a 0-0 draw. The Mariners have…

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TRU MSOC DOWN QUEST SHORTHANDED

  Posted on: September 12, 2009

    “Our guys stepped it up when we needed them to.” The words of Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s soccer co-head coach Sean Wallace.  The WolfPack played 55 minutes with only 10 men but still beat the hometown Quest Kermodes 1-0 in BC College Athletic Association action today (Sept 12). The WolfPack lost 4…

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WOLFPACK HIT ROAD FOR FIRST TIME IN 2009 (SOCCER)

  Posted on: September 11, 2009

  The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack soccer teams take their show on the road for the first time this BC College Athletic Association season.  The WolfPack will take on two teams from the group “B” division when they visit the Quest University Kermodes on Saturday  in Squamish(Sept 12) and the Vancouver Island University Mariners on…

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MSOC COMES BACK TO TIE CAPILANO UNIVERSITY BLUES

  Posted on: September 6, 2009

  It may only be the first weekend of the BC College Athletic Association soccer league’s regular season, but someone forgot to tell the Capilano University Blues and the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack.   The two teams were playing like it were the playoffs.  In a very spirited contest at Hillside Stadium in Kamloops,  the squads…

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MENS SOCCER BEATS LANGARA TO OPEN SEASON

  Posted on: September 5, 2009

    They were determined. The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s soccer team opened up their 2009 BC College Athletic Association Regular season with a strong showing. They downed the Langara College Falcons 4-0 at Hillside Stadium. “It’s a great way to start,” said WolfPack co-head coach Sean Wallace.  “Our production was lacking in our…

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