BASEBALL PLAYERS WIN TITLE WITH OKOTOKS

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

Outfielders Alex Ponich, Brandon Hunter and Anthony Cros, infielder Kyle Dhanani and pitcher Lee Ingram were members of the Okotoks Dawgs who won the Western Major Baseball League championships earlier this month. The Dawgs beat the Swift Current Indians in four games, winning the final one 11-7. Dhanani, who enters his third season with TRU…

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MBB BEAT LANGARA IN FIRST HOME APPEARANCE

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

WOLFPACK MBB WIN OVER LANGARA IN PRESEASON For Immediate Release: October 10, 2008 Kamloops: Home sweet home for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Mens B asketball team. Playing their first action of the 2008-09 Men’s Basketball Season at the Tournament Capital Center, The WolfPack downed the Langara College Falcons 95-77 in exhibition action. “I was…

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DONEN LEAVES FOR KOREA

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

Kyle Donen is a good student. He hopes to use that ability to learn to his advantage as he sets off for South Korea. The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Libero (3rd year, White Rock BC) will be spending five weeks training in Seoul with a University team. He hopes to soak in as much information…

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DONEN ENJOYS LIFE IN KOREA

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

The sporting world’s focus these days has been on the Pacific Rim. So, too has it been for Thompson Rivers University WolfPack mens volleyball coach Pat Hennelly. But, Hennelly isn’t concentrating so much on China and the Olympics. He is more concerned with South Korea and the fortunes of the player he hopes will start…

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DONEN EXPECTS BUSY SUMMER

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

This very well could be a summer to remember for Kyle Donen. After seeing very limited playing time with the CIS Bronze Medal winning Thompson Rivers University WolfPack mens volleyball team, the native of White Rock BC could be getting all the court time he could handle. This weekend (May 16-18), He’ll be in Burnaby…

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DEVICK OFF TO FRANCE

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

When you take up a sport and play it at a serious level, you never know where it might lead. Just ask Will Devick of Kamloops. The former Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Shortstop is taking his bat and glove and heading overseas to play. The 23 year old Kamloops Minor Baseball Grad is going to…

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DONAN AND BORUCK TO TRY FOR MACCABI GAMES

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

Two members of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack mens volleyball team are heading to Hogtown looking at a chance to represent their country. Libero Kyle Donen and outside hitter Josh Boruck hope to do that when they try and make Canada’s entry for the 2009 Maccabi games. “It would be a great opportunity to compete…

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CLARK) TURNS TO COACHING WITH HEAT

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

She is contributing. But its in a different way. The NorKam Grad has been forced into the role of Assistant Coach after learning she has Ankylosing Spondylitis (an autoimmune disease similar to arthritis). “I can’t look at my situation as it if is an injury, ” Clark says . “Its something that I am going…

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BRIAN SMITH GRADUATE PROFILE

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

When Brian Smith arrived at Thompson Rivers University four years ago, his main goal was to play basketball. To play basketball and take a few courses. Not only did he do that: but today he finds himself being presented with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. “I have to admit that Basketball was my main…

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COUNTDOWN TO RELAY FOR LIFE

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

The countdown is on for the 2008 Relay for Life and the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack is gearing up to participate. Womens Volleyball coach Carrie Barrett and her “Run with the Pack 4 Drew” crew is hoping to raise as much money as they can. “We are still looking for a few people to join…

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