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Nakano’s First Canada West Goal A Winner; WolfPack Edge Pronghorns

  Posted on: September 18, 2016

The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack came up with a character victory as they edged out the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns in Canada West men’s soccer action. The score was 2-1. The match was played Saturday (Sept 17) at Hillside Stadium. SYNOPSIS Playing without two suspended starters, the TRU WolfPack emerged with a 2-1 victory at…

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Mixed Results for WolfPack Women’s Volleyball At Edmonton Tourney

  Posted on: September 17, 2016

A little bit of everything for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s volleyball team as they continued play at the “Pandas/Griffins exhibition tournament in Edmonton, Alberta. SYNOPSIS After participating in a morning scrimmage tourney where he split his squad into two and played six opponents, WolfPack head coach Chad Grimm played a set lineup Friday…

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WolfPack Women’s Soccer Come Up Valiantly Vs Pronghorns

  Posted on: September 12, 2016

SYNOPSIS The TRU WolfPack women’s soccer team bounced back from a tough effort with an inspired performance against the host University of Lethbridge Pronghorns on Sunday (Sept 11). Playing in seven degree temperatures with howling winds and rain, the WolfPack fell 2-0 to the host Pronghorns. KEY STATS: LETH (41:32) Nikki Furukawa from Kaelen Gilroy…

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Lenarduzzi keynote at Athletics Breakfast

  Posted on: July 4, 2016

2016 TRU honorary degree recipient Dr. Bob Lenarduzzi will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Athletic Scholarship Breakfast. Bob Lenarduzzi is a Canadian sport icon, excelling as soccer player, coach, general manager and now president of the Vancouver Whitecaps FC. He represented Canada 47 times, including at the 1984 Olympic Summer Games and the…

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Olynyk comments on CIS AGM; changes coming (KTW Story June 10, 2016)

  Posted on: June 10, 2016

(Posted with Permission of Kamloops This Week) By: Adam Williams Canadian university athletics may be sporting a new look when action begins in the 2016-2017 season. An extensive rebrand, including logo and name changes, was among the developments to come out of Canadian Interuniversity Sport’s (CIS) annual general meeting and conference in Toronto this week,…

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Chahal Priddle Becomes Latest Local Business To Sponsor TRU Athletics

  Posted on: May 20, 2016

It is amazing what transpires out of a visit to Hillside Stadium. Last year, Hardeep Chahal and his Kamloops Youth Soccer team were part of the TRU WolfPack’s soccer experience. He was so impressed with what he saw that he immediately asked how he could get involved with helping the program financially. The result? Chahal’s…

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WolfPack Summer Camp Promotion Campaign Underway

  Posted on: May 9, 2016

Promotion for the 2016 edition of the McDonalds/TRU Sport camps have begun. To go along with appearances on radio and television and advertisements, Sports Camp coordinator Nathan Bennett purchased collapsable banners which are now on display at the Columbia Place and Valleyview McDonalds. For more information on the summer camps, which begin in early July…

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Gear Up For 2016 McDonalds/TRU Summer Sports Camps

  Posted on: April 6, 2016

It’s coming. Summer is just around the corner. And for parents, they are going to begin to worry about what activities to put their children into where they will have fun and learn skills of their favorite or a new sport. That’s where Nathan Bennett comes in. Bennett is the new coordinator of the McDonalds/TRU…

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WolfPack Involved in “Hockey Day In Canada” Luncheon

  Posted on: February 4, 2016

The WolfPack were well represented at the “Hockey Day in Canada” Luncheon held at the Tournament Capital Centre on Thursday (Feb 4). Not only were some of the athletes helping serve and the volleyball teams setting up the tables, but staff and coaches were on hand to mingle with NHL greats and listen to Don…

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WolfPack Represented At World Family Literacy Day

  Posted on: January 24, 2016

Saturday January 23rd was the 10 th anniversary of the World Family Literacy Day celebrations at the Henry Grube Centre in Kamloops. WolfPack Sports Information Officer Larry Read was one of many dignitaries to read a book to children. Others included CFJC TV anchorman Bill O’Donovan, Councillor Dieter Duty and School Board Chair Denise Harper.

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