Men’s Soccer, Page 70

Mens Soccer ID Camp Deemed Success

  Posted on: March 31, 2009

Over 35 players—both veterans and rookies—braved some winter like winds to show their stuff at the 10 th annual Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s Soccer Evaluation Camp. “I saw lots of good energy out there,” said WolfPack Co-Head Coach Sean Wallace after the second session at Hillside Staduim. That session consisted of a 2 hour…

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MSOC ID CAMP SUCCESS (MAR 29, 2009)

  Posted on: March 30, 2009

WOLFPACK COACHES DEEM SOCCER ID CAMP A SUCCESS For immediate Release: March 29, 2009 Kamloops, BC—Over 35 players: both veterans and rookies: braved some winter like winds to show their stuff at the 10 th annual Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s Soccer Evaluation Camp. “I saw lots of good energy out there, said WolfPack Co-Head…

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Men's Soccer To Have I.D. Camp This Sunday

  Posted on: March 26, 2009

For ten years now, the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s soccer program has held a spring player identification camp. Over the previous nine, they’ve found a number of great prospects. This year, co-coaches Sean Wallace and John Antulov are hoping it’ll be no different. “John and I hope we can find a few kids to…

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MSOC FINISH 5TH AT CCAA

  Posted on: November 8, 2008

WOLFPACK FINISH FIFTH WITH PENALTY KICK VICTORY IN MENS CLASSIFICATION For Immediate Release: November 8, 2008 Kamloops-Its not often that you get a lot of excitement in a classification match, but that is what happened in the Men’s match at the Big Kahuna/Adidas Canadian College Soccer 2008 Nationals. The hometown Thompson Rivers University WolfPack needed…

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MSOC RELEGATED AT CCAA

  Posted on: November 6, 2008

WOLFPACK MENS SOCCER RELEGATED TO CLASSIFICATION ROUND AT CCAA NATIONALS For Immediate Release: November 6, 2008 Kamloops BC: Missed opportunities cost the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s Soccer team a chance of playing for a medal at the 2008 Big Kahuna/Adidas 2008 Canadian College Championships. The WolfPack fell to the Concordia University College of Alberta…

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MSOC LOSES FIRST AT CCAA NATIONALS

  Posted on: November 5, 2008

WOLFPACK MENS SOCCER LOSES FIRST GAME AT CCAA SOCCER NATIONALS For Immediate Release: Nov 5, 2008 Kamloops—The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s soccer team dropped their opening match at the 2008 Big Kahuna/Adidas CCAA Soccer Nationals. The WolfPack saw Ontario champion Algonquin College Thunder score twice in a two minute span in the second half…

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MSOC SHUT OUT VIU

  Posted on: October 28, 2008

“It was a result we needed.” That’s how Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Mens Soccer Co-head coach Sean Wallace described his teams performance on Vancouver Island on Sunday (Sept 14). The WolfPack raised their record to two wins, a loss and a tie following a convincing 4-0 win over Vancouver Island University. Peter Loncar (1st year,…

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MSOC LOSES TO DOUGLAS ON ROAD

  Posted on: October 28, 2008

WOLFPACK MENS SOCCER LOSE TO DOUGLAS ON COAST For Immediate Release: October 11, 208 Coquitlam BC–“Some guys just didn’t come to play.” That in a nutshelll is how Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s Soccer Coach Sean Wallace described his team’s effort in a 3-0 loss to the host Douglas College Royals in Bc College Athletic…

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MSOC LOSES FIRST OF 2008

  Posted on: October 28, 2008

“We aren’t discouraged by the result.” That’s how Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Mens Soccer Coach Sean Wallace describes the feeling of his players following their first defeat of the young BC College Athletic Association Season. The WolfPack came out on the short end of a 2-0 decision to the hometown Capilano University Blues. The loss…

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MSOC LIKE ID CAMP

  Posted on: October 28, 2008

“We might not have had 35 or 40 kids, but what we had were quality.” The words of Thompson Rivers University Mens Soccer Coach Sean Wallace after his teams spring evaluation camp. The defending BC College Athletic Association Champs had 22 players from throughout the province at Hillside Stadium trying to make an impression.“We have…

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