BASEBALL LOSES TO HEAT FOR FIRST TIME

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

BASEBALL LOSES TO UBCO O HEAT FOR FIRST TIME. For immediate release-Oct 10,2008 Kamloops -For the first time in four starts, the University of British Columbia Okanagan Heat baseball team have downed the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack.The Heat came away with a 9-1 victory. UBC O scored three runs in both the sixth and the…

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BASEBALL LOSES FOR FIRST TIME IN FALL

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

It’s something that the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack haven’t experienced at all this fall. And that was to lose. The WolfPack saw their 11 game fall winning streak snapped as they wound up splitting a doubleheader with Kwantlen Polytechnic Eagles at Norbrock Stadium on Saturday (Sept 27). In the opener, the Wolfpack extended their winning…

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BASEBALL HOSTS KELOWNA

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

Fresh off an easy four game sweep in Okotoks Alberta, the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack baseball team is expecting more of a challange as they take to the field at Norbrock Stadium on Thursday (Sept 18). First: their opponents will not be high school kids like it was in “Wild Rose Country”. Second: theres an…

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BASEBALL BEGINS FALL SEASON

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

Thompson Rivers University’s Boys of Summer are back on the field. Ray Chadwick has just concluded three days of open tryouts and cut down to a 34 man roster. “We had 19 new kids try out: .all of them decent.” Said Chadwick ” You can tell the first year players, they are a bit behind…

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BASEBALL BEATS KELOWNA IN OKANAGAN (OCT8/08)

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

BASEBALL WINS IN KELOWNAFor Immediate Release: October 8, 2008 Kamloops-It may be early in their rivalry, but Kamloops is winning over Kelowna when it comes to University baseball.In the latest chapter, written last nite (Oct 7, 2008) in Kelowna, the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack downed the University of BC Okanagan Heat 8-4. It was the…

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BASEBALL BEATS HEAT (NORBROCK)

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

They may be called the Heat, but Okanagan College ran into something hotter when they played the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Thursday (Sept 18) in college baseball action at Norbrock Stadium. The WolfPack rallied from an early 2-1 deficit to down the Heat 6-4. It was the first meeting of the Kelowna-Kamloops based teams since…

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BALSON WINS BC CAA GOLFER OF THE WEEK.

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Golf Team is making an immediate splash in the BC College Athletics Association. Following up on their second place finish in their inaugural tournament in the BC CAA, a member of the WolfPack has become the first ‘Player of the Week” in the league. First year player Riley Balson (Kamloops…

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BADMINTON HOSTS PROVINCIALS IN 09

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

Who says lightning doesn’t strike twice?. This time last year, the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Badminton team was beaming that it was awarded the Provincial Badminton Championships. Everything was all in place until early last February. That was when the tournament has moved to Langara College in Vancouver due to scheduling conflicts at the Tournament…

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BADMINTON GEARS UP TO START SEASON

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

WOLFPACK BADMINTON GEAR UP TO START THE SEASON For release: October 17, 2008 Kamloops- Badminton season officially starts this weekend for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack. Brad Pape and his crew, who won the bronze medal last year at the BC College Athletic Association Championships will send a delegation to Naniamo for the first tournament…

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BABICHUK NAMED PLAYER OF THE MONTH

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

Badminton player named BCCAA Player of the Month Thompson Rivers University WolfPack badminton player Garrett Babichuk has been named player of the month by the BC College Athletic Association for the month of January. Babichuk has finished consistently in the top four in Mens Singles and the top 3 in Mens Doubles. The first year…

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