Women’s Soccer, Page 78

HEAT BACK HOME FOR A PAIR IN THE PCSL

  Posted on: June 12, 2009

      The Kamloops Heat are hoping that their opponents will feel that in spades when they pay a visit for Pacific Coast Soccer League Women’s Reserve action this weekend  (June 13-14).  The temperatures are expected to be in the mid to high 20’s as the first place Heat entertain the Fraser Valley Action…

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HEAT BEAT RICHMOND TO GO 500 ON THE COAST

  Posted on: June 11, 2009

  If you can’t win all of your games on the road, at least try and win half of them. That is the credo of most sports teams. This weekend (June 6-7), the Kamloops Heat lived up to that philosophy in the Pacific Coast Soccer League Women’s Reserve Division. Following a loss to Coquitlam Metro…

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HEAT HEADS TO COAST FOR TWO PCSL MATCHES

  Posted on: June 5, 2009

        The Kamloops Heat will experience their first true ‘acid test’ as they travel to the Lower Mainland for a pair of Pacific Coast Soccer League Women’s Reserve League matches.  The Heat (4-0) will meet up with the CMFSC Xtreme of Coquitlam on Saturday (June 6) before facing Richmond SC on Sunday…

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HEAT VS PINNACLES: BATTLE OF THE UNBEATEN

  Posted on: May 29, 2009

Two of the three unbeaten teams in the Pacific Coast Soccer League Womens Reserve division tangle this weekend.  The Kamloops Heat (which features a number of players from the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s program) visit the Pinnacles in Penticton on Saturday (May 30).   Both teams enter the weekend with identical 3 and 0 records….

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HEAT TAKE BOTH ENDS OF HOME STAND IN PACIFIC COAST SOCCER LEAGUE

  Posted on: May 25, 2009

The weather was appropriate for the Kamloops Heat U-21 Women’s soccer program this weekend. They were red hot, and so were the temperatures.  The Heat proved it was ‘home sweet home’ against both Chilliwack and Richmond in the Pacific Coast Soccer League Womens Reserve Action.   Following a 4-0 shutout of Chilliwack on Saturday (May…

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WOMENS SOCCER SIGN 2ND KEEPER (MacDougall)

  Posted on: May 21, 2009

Their training camp may be over three months away, but excitement surrounding the 2009 training camp of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s soccer program continues to build.   One thing there will be in abundance is competition.   Head Coach Tom McManus has announced the signing of a second high school keeper.  17 year old Taryn…

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BC CAA CHANGES ITS SOCCER SCHEDULE FOR 2009

  Posted on: May 14, 2009

    The BC Colleges Athletic Association has revamped its soccer schedule for 2009.  The  BC CAA  adopted a preliminary schedule at its annual general meeting this week in Kelowna.   According to Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Athletic Director Ken Olynyk ,  the new schedule (which still has to be finalized) will provide more games and…

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WOLFPACK WOMENS SOCCER SIGN KEEPER (McDonald)

  Posted on: May 12, 2009

The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s soccer team have signed one of the top high school keepers in BC.   Head coach Tom McManus is pleased to announce the acquisition of 18 year old Richelle McDonald of Cranbrook (Mount Baker Secondary). “Im extremely happy,” says McManus “She’ll be our rock solid last player and will bring…

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WOLFPACK WOMEN’S SOCCER SIGNS RECRUIT (Gohringer)

  Posted on: May 12, 2009

One of the big strengths of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s soccer program last season was their midfield.  In a bid to keep that way, the WolfPack are pleased to announce the signing of 17 year old Alysha Gohringer (pronounced go-ringer) of Langley, BC. Gohringer , who graduates this spring from Brookswood  Secondary, spent…

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WSOC SIGN GOHRINGER

  Posted on: May 12, 2009

WOLFPACK WOMEN’S SOCCER SIGNS RECRUIT For Immediate Release: Monday May 11, 2009 Kamloops, BC: One of the big strengths of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s soccer program last season was their midfield. In a bid to keep that way, the WolfPack are pleased to announce the signing of 17 year old Alysha Gohringer (pronounced…

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