Women’s Soccer, Page 73

WOLFPACK SOCCER TRAINING CAMP TO START

  Posted on: August 14, 2009

It’s an exciting time for soccer at Thompson Rivers University.  The WolfPack men’s and women’s teams open up their training camp this weekend.  The women, under new head coach Tom McManus will begin two a day workouts Saturday (Aug 15).  The men’s club, which will be co-coached by Sean Wallace and John Antulov get going…

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WOLFPACK WOMENS SOCCER (AND ASSOCIATES) WIN KIST

  Posted on: August 3, 2009

          The TRU Alumni, a squad made up of current members of the Thompson Rivers Univesity WolfPack women’s soccer team along with players from this summers Kamloops Heat, won the Kamloops Invitiational Soccer Tournament.  The Alumni captured the “Women’s Competitive” Division title.  They beat Kamloops Pronto Enterprises 2-0 in the gold…

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HEAT LOSE TO PENTICTION IN PCSL CHALLANGE CUP SEMI FINAL

  Posted on: July 27, 2009

  The Penticton Pinnacles picked the right time to end a losing streak. The Pinnacles, winners of one of their last five Pacific Coast Soccer League Women’s Reserve Division matches, beat the number one ranked Kamloops Heat 6-5 in penalty kicks to win their PCSL semi final at the Challange Cup. The Pinnacles led 3-1…

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HEAT TAKE ON PINNACLES IN PCSL SEMI FINAL

  Posted on: July 24, 2009

      Then there were four.  Four teams remain in the hunt for the 2009 Pacific Coast Soccer League Women’s Reserve Division title.  Fortunately for the Kamloops Heat, they are one of them.   The Heat will take on their closest geographical rival: the Penticton Pinnacles in the PCSL semi final Saturday afternoon (July 25)…

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WSOC HELP FAMILY LITERACY DAY

  Posted on: July 23, 2009

WOLFPACK WOMENS SOCCER HELP FAMILY LITERACY DAY (left: Heather Lloyd reads Green Eggs and Ham right: Natasha Little reads Dr. Seuss) For immediate Release: January 24, 2009 Kamloops-Millions of Canadians took time out today (Saturday) to mark Family Literacy Day. Two members of the Thompson Rivers University Women’s Soccer Team and Sports Information Officer Larry…

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Heat Close Out 2009 PCSL Regular Season With Costly Victory

  Posted on: July 20, 2009

    The Kamloops Heat have finished the 2009 Pacific Coast Soccer League Women’s Reserve League season with a victory.  The Heat played most of the match with only 10 players but still downed the hometown Chilliwack FC 4-0. Kamloops finished with 12 wins, 1 loss and 1 tie to wind up on top of…

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HEAT TO FINISH 2009 REGULAR SEASON ON THE ROAD

  Posted on: July 17, 2009

  The Kamloops Heat put the capper on their most successful Pacific Coast Soccer League Season to date this weekend.  The Heat will close the Women’s Reserve League regular campaign on the road, visiting Exhibition Park in Chilliwack to play the Chilliwack FC. Kamloops enters the weekend with first place in the PCSL Women’s Reserve…

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KELLY SHANTZ-WINNING BECOMING COMMON PLACE

  Posted on: July 14, 2009

  As a coach, having a team be successful in a single season is tough to achieve.  For Kelly Shantz, 2008-09 has seen him be involved in not only with not one but two clubs which have risen to the top of their respective leagues.   The long time Thompson Rivers University WolfPack assistant was involved…

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HEAT CLINICH FIRST IN PCSL WOMEN'S RESERVE DIVISION

  Posted on: July 13, 2009

    The Kamloops Heat have become the 2009 Pacific Coast Soccer League Women’s Reserve Division regular season champions in only their second year of operation.  The Heat sewed up first place following a 5-4 roller coaster victory over the North Shore Girls Soccer Club Stars at Hillside Stadium.   “This was a game with…

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HEAT CLOSE OUT PCSL HOME SCHEDULE WITH MATCH VS NSGSC

  Posted on: July 9, 2009

      The Kamloops Heat will have a few new faces in the line-up as they close out the home portion of their 2009 Pacific Coast Soccer League Women’s Reserve Division schedule this Saturday (July 11).   The Heat will be missing four regulars as they entertain the North Shore Girls Soccer Club Stars at…

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