Women’s Volleyball, Page 70

WOLFPACK WOMENS VB LOSE IN FOUR TO CALGARY

  Posted on: November 13, 2009

        Friday the 13 th was unlucky for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s volleyball team. Even though they played well, the WolfPack saw the “Volleyball Gods” frown upon them. They dropped a four set decision to the visiting University of Calgary Dinos before 500 fans at the Tournament Capital Center (Nov…

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WVB SEARCH FOR FIRST VICTORY OF YEAR AGAINST CALGARY

  Posted on: November 12, 2009

      Kamloops, BC—This could be the weekend. The weekend where the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s volleyball team could notch it’s first victory of the young 2009-10 Canada West season.  The WolfPack (0-4) will be in tough against the sixth ranked team in the nation: the University of Calgary Dinos.   The Dinos are…

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WVB SIGN RECRUIT (WADDINGTON)

  Posted on: November 10, 2009

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL SIGNS LANGLEY LIBERO (WADDINGTON) For Immediate Release: Friday May 15, 2009 Kamloops, BC- The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s volleyball team has its third recruit for 2009-10. Interm Coach Cal Wohlford has announced the signing of libero Christa Waddington of Langley, BC (D.W. Poppy Secondary). “She comes from a very athletic family. She’ll…

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WVB FALL TO 0 AND 4 AFTER LOSING IN 3 TO REGINA

  Posted on: November 7, 2009

    The University of Regina Cougars made a goal of trying to win Saturday’s (Nov 7) against the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack in three straight sets.  And for the number seven ranked team in the CIS, they achieved that goal.  The Cougars downed the home town WolfPack 25-20,25-14,25-22 in Canada West women’s volleyball action…

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COUGARS BEAT WOLFPACK IN FIVE IN TRU’S HOME OPENER

  Posted on: November 6, 2009

    The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s volleyball team isn’t ranked in the CIS top 10 ratings, but they played like they should be.  The WolfPack took the number seven ranked University of Regina Cougars to five sets before falling 3-2 in their home opener at the Tournament Capital Center Friday night (Nov 6).  …

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WOLFPACK WOMENS VOLLEYBALL SET FOR HOME OPENER

  Posted on: November 5, 2009

  The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack will be hoping that home court will be to their advantage as they meet up with the University of Regina Cougars in Canada West Women’s Volleyball action this weekend (Nov 6-7). The WolfPack are coming off straight set losses to open the season in Alberta last weekend while Regina,…

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MCDONALDS TO AWARD FANS IF WOLFPACK SWEEP COUGARS

  Posted on: November 3, 2009

    Fans of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack volleyball teams could have a very full filling evening on Friday night when the WolfPack have their CIS home opener against the University of Regina Cougars (Nov 6). The owner of the six McDonalds franchises in Kamloops has an added incentive for the fans to cheer…

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WVB LOSE TO ALTA FOR 2ND TIME

  Posted on: November 2, 2009

WOLFPACK WVB PLAY BETTER BUT FALL TO 0 AND 2 IN CIS PLAY Ashley Shannik did the setting in the match For Immediate Release: November 1, 2009   Edmonton, Alberta: There was a bit more optimism in Cal Wohlford’s voice than after his Thompson Rivers University WolfPack’s first loss to the hometown Alberta Pandas in…

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WOLFPACK WVB PLAY BETTER BUT FALL TO 0 AND 2 IN CIS PLAY

  Posted on: November 2, 2009

             There was a bit more optimism in Cal Wohlford’s voice than after his Thompson Rivers University WolfPack’s first loss to the hometown Alberta Pandas in CIS Women’s Volleyball action.   “We played better but we made the mistakes at the worst possible time.”   The WolfPack fell to 0 and…

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WVB LOSE SEASON OPENER IN ALBERTA.

  Posted on: October 31, 2009

  For Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s volleyball coach Cal Wohlford, there was something more scary than ghosts and goblins on Halloween.  It was the play of his team. The WolfPack opened the 2009-10 CIS regular season with a 3-0 loss to the hometown Alberta Pandas in Edmonton on Saturday (Oct 31). The scores were…

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