Men’s Soccer, Page 70

WOLFPACK FALL IN NATIONAL SOCCER RANKINGS

  Posted on: October 6, 2009

      Despite going unbeaten this weekend in the BC College Athetic Association, both Thompson Rivers University WolfPack soccer teams have fallen in the national rankings. The WolfPack men’s team, which beat and tied UBCO this weekend and remain unbeaten in league play, had dipped to fourth in the Canadian College Athletic Association rankings….

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MENS SOCCER DRAWS A BLANK WITH UBCO

  Posted on: October 5, 2009

         The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s soccer team wound up the home portion of their BC College Athletic Association season by playing to a scoreless tie with the UBCO Heat. The WolfPack remain unbeaten with seven wins and three ties.”   The WolfPack dominated the second half of the match so…

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MSOC REMAIN UNBEATEN WITH WIN OVER UBCO

  Posted on: October 3, 2009

      It was good news all around for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s soccer squad on Saturday (Oct 3).  The WolfPack went into Kelowna and downed the UBCO Heat 3-1 in the first of a home and home series in the BC College Athletic Association.    Not only did the ‘Pack remain unbeaten…

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WOLFPACK SOCCER CLOSES OUT HOME PORTION OF BCCAA REGULAR SEASON VS UBCO

  Posted on: October 2, 2009

    The curtain comes down on the home portion of the 2009 BC College Athletic Association season for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack soccer teams this weekend.  The WolfPack have a home and home series with their closest geographical rival: the UBCO Heat. For the women, it is a big weekend. The Heat (4-2-1)…

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WOLFPACK WOMENS SOCCER MOVE UP, MEN STAY THE SAME IN CCAA RANKINGS

  Posted on: September 29, 2009

      The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack soccer teams remain in the top five in the Canadian College Athletic Association rankings.  A victory over the UNBC Timberwolves have moved the WolfPack women’s squad from fifth spot to fourth. Defending National Champion Langara College Falcons remain first followed by the Humber Hawks of Ontario.  Lionel…

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Sonmez: CCAA MEN'S FEATURED ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

  Posted on: September 29, 2009

NAME: Erkut Sonmez INSTITUTION: Thompson Rivers University Wolf Pack SPORT: Men’s Soccer YEAR: 4th  ACADEMIC PROGRAM: Business HIGH SCHOOL: Atakoa Cmh Highschool – Istanbul, Turkey  IMPRESSIVE STATS:    Erkut appeared in 12 regular season and all five post season matches in 2008.He had one goal (Sept 7, 2008) at home to UBCO.  He moved to Canada to get a…

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MSOC TIE UNBC ON HOME FIELD

  Posted on: September 27, 2009

  If you are a ‘glass half’ type of person, you’d look at the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s soccer match with the UNBC Timberwolves as one which saw the teams tie at 2.  But if you weren’t—and a fan of the WolfPack, you’d have been disappointed with their play.       The number…

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WOLFPACK SOCCER WITHONLY ONE GAME THIS WEEKEND

  Posted on: September 25, 2009

    It couldn’t have come at a better time. As the BC College Athletic Association soccer season gets into its ‘crunch time’, the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack find themselves with only one match this weekend (Sept 26-27).  The WolfPack will be entertaining the UNBC Timberwolves on Sunday (Sept 27) at Hillside Stadium. The extra…

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WOLFPACK MENS SOCCER/MENS GOLF NAMED BCCAA PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

  Posted on: September 23, 2009

       Two members of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack have been named players of the week in the BC College Athletic Association. Erkut Sonmez (3 rd year, forward, Isanbul, Turkey) was named the BCCAA male soccer player of the week.  He came off the bench to score two goals and add one assist…

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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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