WVB SIGN DANE DEGNER

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

If the Thompson Rivers University Volleyball Program had an unofficial flag: It might be the red and white of Denmark. After all, four members of their program know the national anthlem. The WolfPack Women’s Volleyball program has secured the services of 6-2 inch middle Lykke Degner (pronounced Luka). “She only started playing when she was…

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CCAA AND CIS SCHOLAR ATHLETES ANNOUNCED

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

Getting top grades while playing competitive sports is a very difficult balancing act. For 13 members of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Athletic program, they were able to do it and have received national attention. They have been named either Canadian College Athletic Association or Canadian Interuniversity Sport Scholar-Athletes. The criteria is that they achieved…

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BASEBALL GRADS REFLECT ON 4 YEARS

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

No matter how the well the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Baseball team does this weekend, their final game will be one filled with emotion. Head Coach Ray Chadwick will be saying good bye to five of his veterans.Pitchers Scott Atherton(White Rock BC) and Lee Ingram (Penticton BC) , along with Outfielders Alex Ponich (Penticton BC),…

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7 BASEBALL PLAYERS NAMED TO ALLSTAR TEAM

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack have had seven players named to the Canadian College Baseball League Allstar team. Announced today at the CCBC League final playoff in Lethbridge, Four WolfPack players were named to the first allstar team. Three more were chosen for the second allstar team. Second year shortstop Kyle Dhanani (Blaine Wash) and…

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BASEBALL LOSES CCBC FINAL

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

“Our guys played their hearts out.” The words of Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Head Coach Ray Chadwick following his teams 4-3 defeat in the final of the 2008 Canadian College Baseball League Championship. Chadwick’s crew lost the final to the host Prairie Baseball Academy Dawgs at Nolan Field. TRU mounted a late comeback. They had…

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PERRIN MAKES JR NATIONAL TEAM WITH SAVOIE ALTERNATE

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

Winning the Canada West Rookie of the Year award was just the start of a good 2008 for Gord Perrin. The 6-6 native of Creston, B.C. followed up an allstar selection at the CIS Nationals by being named as one of the 12 players selected for Canada’s National Junior Volleyball Team. This followed a three…

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MSOC SIGN STUPICH

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

If family bloodlines mean anything, the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack have another key player and leader on their hands. The WolfPack Mens Soccer program has announced the commitment of their second recruit for 2008: Davis Stupich. He is the younger brother of Alix, who was a member of the WolfPack Womens Basketball the last couple…

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WVB HIRES WOHLFORD

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

After being an assistant coach for the last 8 years in the CIS , Cal Wohlford figures its time he took the plunge into head coaching: if only for only a year. The long time Assistant at UBC and SFU has been signed to be the interm boss with the Thompson Rivers WolfPack Womens Volleyball…

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PERRIN WINS LEPP SCHOLARSHIP

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

For the second year in a row, a member of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack mens volleyball team has won a prestigious scholarship from Volleyball BC. 2nd year Outside Hitter Gord Perrin (Creston BC) is the 2008 recipient of the Ray Lepp Scholarship. “The scholarship is named in honor of Ray Lepp, who coached, officiated…

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BASEBALL SIGNS ISOTALO

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

Familiarity is a great thing when you are looking for a recruit. So it was an almost “No Brainer” when Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Baseball Coach Ray Chadwick went to consider his newest player, Infielder Mark Isotalo of Oliver BC. That’s because Isotalo has been a regular attendee at the summer camp Chadwick has instructed…

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