Women’s Basketball, Page 66

WBB LOSE TO UBC AT UBC

  Posted on: February 6, 2009

WBB FALL TO THUNDERBIRDS AT UBCMichelle Dimond (foreground) and Kailey Calonna (background) were two of the top point getters for TRU in this game For immediate release: February 6, 2009 Vancouver, BC: A sluggish first quarter and turnovers did in the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack this afternoon (Feb 6) in Canada West Women’s Basketball Action….

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WBB FALLS IN SASKATOON

  Posted on: January 31, 2009

HUSKIES BEST WOLFPACK WOMEN ON PRAIRIES (Sarah Cameron (left) and with coach Chuck Ferguson had double digit points in the game) For immediate release: January 31, 2009 Saskatoon, Sask–The University of Saskatchewan Huskies proved why they are the number 3 team in the CIS. The Huskies rallied from a 20-19 first quarter deficit and dismantled…

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WBB LOSE IN ALBERTA

  Posted on: January 30, 2009

PANDAS BEST WOLFPACK AT THE U OF A (Michelle Dimond (left) was the top scorer and Kailey Calonna (right) the top rebounder against Alberta) For Immediate Release: January 30, 2009 Edmonton, Alta-The University of Alberta Butterdome is always a tough place to play no matter who the opponent is. On this night (Fri, Jan 30),…

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WBB LOSE NAILBITER TO VICTORIA

  Posted on: January 24, 2009

WBB LOSE NAILBITER ON CAMERON’S LAST HOME GAME (Sarah Cameron battles for ball) For immediate Release: January 24, 2009 Kamloops, BC: The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack wanted very badly to win their final home game of the 2008-09 CIS Season. Not only for their home fans, but specifically for their lone 5th year player. Sarah…

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WBB LOSES FIRST AT HOME TO VICTORIA

  Posted on: January 23, 2009

WOLFPACK WBB FALL TO VICTORIA (Michelle Dimond was the leading rebounder for TRU in this game) For Immediate Release: January 23, 2009 Kamloops: Home was no more friendly than the road for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Basketball team. Playing their first game at the Tournament Capital Center since November 22, the WolfPack wound…

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WBB LOSE TO TRINITY ON ROAD (JAN16,2009)

  Posted on: January 18, 2009

WOLFPACK WBB FALL TO TRINITY WESTERN ON ROAD (Coach Reeves calls a time out) For Immediate Release: January 16, 2009 Langley, BC: “We were in the game the whole way”. That’s how Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s basketball coach Scott Reeves described his teams effort as they just fell short to the home town Trinity…

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WBB LOSES AT BUZZER TO TRINITY

  Posted on: January 17, 2009

WOLFPACK WBB LOSE AT BUZZER TO TRINITY(Tracy Kocs about to shoot)For immediate Release: January 17,2009 Langley, BC: It could be the game which years from now, the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Basketball Team will look back upon as one of the cornerstones in their development. The WolfPack, with six first year players, five second…

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WBB LOSE IN FRASER VALLEY

  Posted on: January 10, 2009

WOLFPACK WBB FALL IN FRASER VALLEY For Immediate Release: January 9, 2008 Abbotsford, BC: Soggy. The description of the Fraser Valley these days and a good way to look at the Canada West Women’s Basketball game between the host University of Fraser Valley Cascades and the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack. The teams turned the ball…

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WBB LOSE TO UBC FOR 2ND STRAIGHT TIME

  Posted on: January 4, 2009

WOLFPACK WBB LOSE 2ND STRAIGHT TO UBCFor immediate Release: January 4, 2009 Kamloops, BC: If an entire 40 minute basketball game could be condensed to the final quarter, then the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s basketball team would have had a better result. The youthful WolfPack, with six first year players and four second year…

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WBB BLOW HALF TIME LEAD AND LOSE TO UBC (JAN 3, 2009)

  Posted on: January 3, 2009

WOLFPACK WBB BLOW HALFTIME LEAD AND LOSE TO UBC For Immediate release: January 3, 2009 Kamloops BC: The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Basketball Team’s hopes of a first ever playoff berth could have gone the way of above freezing temperatures in the BC Interior in Janury.The WolfPack blew a 34-26 halftime lead and fell…

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