Women’s Basketball, Page 72

WolfPack Athletes Involved in Competitions Around Globe (July 17-19, 2009)

  Posted on: July 20, 2009

    Left: Shawn Vanderwal Right: Beth McNeill   Women’s Basketball: Beth McNeill of our women’s basketball team (2nd year, forward North Vancouver) was part of Canada’s U-20 team at the Nations Cup Rugby Tournament in England. They finished 3 rd with a 12-10 win over Wales.  Canada was 1 and 3 in the tourney. …

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BETH MCNEILL: PROUD TO REPRESENT HER COUNTRY ON THE RUGBY PITCH

  Posted on: July 17, 2009

  Beth McNeill with Canada’s U-20 Rugby Team (left) Beth playing for WolfPack Women’s Basketball Team (right)   Beth McNeill’s first experience representing Canada on the International sports stage might not have been a success on the stats page, but it has been in all other elements.   The  19 year old native of North Vancouver,…

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KAMLOOPS TO BE WELL REPRESENTED AT U-15 NATIONAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS

  Posted on: July 14, 2009

      When the National U-15 Basketball Championships return to the Tournament Capital Center for a second straight year,  two players and a coach with ties to Kamloops will be part of the Team BC Contingent. Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s basketball coach Scott Reeves is directing one of the Provincial teams again this…

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WolfPack Women's Basketball Team at Summer Shootout

  Posted on: July 3, 2009

  The WolfPack Women’s basketball team has a club involved in the third annual WolfPack Summer Shootout taking place this weekend (July 3-5) at the Tournament Capital Center.  TRU lost their first game 40-37 to the University of Fraser Valley Summer team.  Diane Schuetze (2nd year, Post, Vernon, BC) had 10 points for TRU.  Kayla…

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WOLFPACK RELEASES 2009-10 SCHEDULE

  Posted on: June 30, 2009

Josh Boruck A National Volleyball Championship, hosting a golf tournament, an earlier start to the soccer season and a new playoff format for basketball are some of the notable events as the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack have announced the schedule for 2009-10 for their CIS and BCCAA squads. For the first time in the school’s…

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MCNEILL TO PLAY FOR CANADA IN INTERNATIONAL RUGBY

  Posted on: June 16, 2009

      Beth McNeill (2nd year , guard/forward, North Vancouver, BC)  is one of a number of multi sport athletes playing at Thompson Rivers University.  Beth not only excels with the WolfPack Women’s Basketball team as one of the top three point shooters in the conference, but she will also spend this summer representing…

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WBB HIGH SCHOOL TO THE CIS

  Posted on: June 14, 2009

WBB-HIGH SCHOOL TO THE CIS: A MEMORABLE JUMP For release: December 16, 2008 Kamloops-Going from being a star on your high school team to playing in the CIS is usually a gradual adjustment. But when you are with a young program, that process is usually accelerated. Such has been the case with three rookie members…

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KAMLOOPS TO HOST U-15 NATIONAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR 2ND STRAIGHT YEAR

  Posted on: May 29, 2009

For the second year  in a row, Canada’s top Under 15 boys and girls basketball players will be making their way to Kamloops.   The Tournament Capital Center and Thompson Rivers University will be the site of the 2009  Canada Basketball U-15 Nationals.   The tournament will be held August 2-9 th. “It was such a big…

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WBB SUFFERS BIG LOSS TO SFU

  Posted on: May 28, 2009

CLAN WBB: #1 SFU rolls over WolfPack 103-57 November 29, 2008 Burnaby, B.C.: For over five minutes, the #1 ranked Simon Fraser University Clan pitched a shutout against the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack. The biggest problem for the “Pack was that they weren’t playing baseball on Saturday night, as SFU steamrolled TRU with a 37-6…

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WBB LOSE TO WINNIPEG

  Posted on: May 7, 2009

WESMEN PULLS OUT VICTORY OVER WOLFPACK For immediate Release-November 8, 2008 Winnipeg–It was not a pretty affair but a win is a win. The Winnipeg Wesmen pulled out a 53-44 decision over the visiting Thompson Rivers Wolfpack, Saturday night at the Duckworth Centre in Winnipeg. The first quarter was a low scoring affair with the…

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