Women’s Volleyball, Page 79

WVB SIGN FIRST RECRUIT OF 2009 (FOOT)

  Posted on: February 25, 2009

WOLFPACK WVB SIGN FIRST RECRUIT FOR 2009 For release: February 25, 2009 Kamloops, BC—The Volleyball programs in Prince George have been a gold mine for Thompson Rivers University WolfPack teams since they joined the Canada West four years ago. Usually, the men’s team has tapped into that resource. For the first time since they went…

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WVB REFLECT ON 2008-09 SEASON

  Posted on: February 11, 2009

WOLFPACK WVB YEAR IN REVIEW (left: wohlford talks to players right: WolfPack Women after final match of season) For immediate release: Wednesday February 11, 2009 Kamloops, BC- Less than a week after their Canada West season came to a close, the Interim Head Coach of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s volleyball team has had…

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WVB SWEPT BY DINOS

  Posted on: February 2, 2009

DINOS BEAT WOLFPACK WOMEN 3-1 TO SWEEP CANADA WEST WEEKEND SERIES(Amanda Frayne (left) and Anna Dyakiewicz (right) were the top two kill getters for TRU in this match) For immediate Release: January 31, 2009 Calgary, Alta-The effort was better but the result was the same. The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack’s struggles against the University of…

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WVB LOSE TO CALGARY ELIMINATED FROM PLAYOFFS

  Posted on: January 30, 2009

WOLFPACK WVB LOSE ANOTHER FIVE SETTER: THIS TIME IN CALGARY For immediate release: January 30, 2009 Calgary,Alta–“We are playing for pride now.” That’s how the head coach of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Volleyball team described his teams situation after they lost their 12 th game of the Canada West season. The WolfPack lost…

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WVB ASSISTANT COACHES UNSUNG HEROES

  Posted on: January 29, 2009

UNSUNG HEROES: THE LIFE OF AN ASSISTANT COACH IN WVB(Assistant Coaches Ashley Shannik and Lauren Stockstad) For release: Wed January 28, 2009 Kamloops-Being an assistant coach is looked upon by some as a thankless job lots of times, but for the two unpaid assistant coaches with the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s volleyball team, its…

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WVB FIVE YEAR VETS ON FIRST HALF OF FINAL YEAR

  Posted on: December 4, 2008

WVB SENIORS GEARING UP FOR FINAL PORTION OF YEAR 5 WVB SENIORS GEARING UP FOR FINAL PORTION OF YEAR 5 For release: December 3, 2008 Kamloops-The holiday season is a time of reflection for a number of people. For the fifth year players with the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s volleyball team, they are no…

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WVB LOSE IN 3 TO HUSKIES

  Posted on: November 28, 2008

WOLFPACK WVB LOSE IN THREE TO HUSKIES For Immediate release: Nov 28, 2008 Kamloops: “Frustrated” . That’s how the head coach of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Volleyball team described his feelings after his club was swept in three straight games by the University of Saskatchewan Huskies. The scores in CIS action at the…

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WVB LOSE HOME OPENER

  Posted on: November 7, 2008

WOLFPACK WOMEN LOSE HOME OPENER IN WVB ACTION For Immediate Release: November 7, 2008 Kamloops BC: Home wasn’t so sweet for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Volleyball team. The WolfPack lost their home opener in Canada West Womens Volleyball Action. They fell 3-0 at the Tournament Capital Center to the UBC Thunderbirds. The scores…

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WVB WEIBE RECOVERING SLOWLY

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

This has been a summer to remember for Vanessa Weibe. But not in a good way. The 3rd year Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Middle was hoping that it would be a summer spent working on Movie locations around Vancouver while preparing for the 2008-09 CIS Season. Instead, she has been convalescing from a broken right…

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WVB U-21 WIN IN KELOWNA

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

It was mission accomplished for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack U-21 Womens Volleyball team. The club, consisting of first and second year players with the WolfPack’s CIS team won a Club tournament in Kelowna. They defeated the Calgary Canucks Pulse squad in three straight sets. Middle Vanessa Weibe (2nd year , Surrey BC) was named…

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