VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW VS SASKATCHEWAN

  Posted on: November 27, 2008

WOLFPACK VOLLEYBALLERS AT HOME TO CLOSE OUT PRE CHRISTMAS SEASON For immediate release: November 27, 2008 Kamloops: The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Volleyball Teams are hoping to experience some early Christmas cheer as they entertain the University of Saskatchewan Huskies in Canada West action. Both WolfPack teams are looking to come away with some victories…

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BB TO HEAD TO SFU

  Posted on: November 27, 2008

WOLFPACK BASKETBALL TO CLOSE OUT PRE-CHRISTMAS SEASON AT SFU For release: Thurs Nov 27, 2008 Kamloops: There is no better test to see what you are made of than to play the top team in the country. That’s the task facing Scott Reeves and his Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Basketball team visits the Clan…

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WBB LOSES TO SFU

  Posted on: November 26, 2008

WOLFPACK DROP DECISION TO #1 TEAM IN CIS For immediate release: November 12, 2008 Kamloops: When you are a growing program, quite often the advances you make are small ones. Such was the case in CIS Womens Basketball Action at the Tournament Capital Center Wednesday (Nov 12) night. The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack ran into…

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MBB LOSE TO BRANDON

  Posted on: November 22, 2008

WOLFPACK MBB LOSE TO BRANDON For Immediate Release: November 22, 2008 Kamloops-“Our effort and energy wasn’t there after yesterdays tough defeat . The words of Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s basketball head coach Thom Gillespie after his team dropped an 88-79 decision to the Brandon University Bobcats. It dropped the WolfPack to 2 and 8…

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WBB WIN THIRD OF YEAR OVER BRANDON

  Posted on: November 22, 2008

WOLFPACK WBB WIN THIRD OF YEAR TAKING BRANDONFor Immediate Release: November 22, 2008 Kamloops-They don’t all have to be pretty, just as long as you get the victory. It’s a good way to describe how the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Basketball team hammered out their third win of the Canada West season. Playing at…

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MVB LOSE 5TH IN A ROW

  Posted on: November 22, 2008

WOLFPACK MENS VOLLEYBALL LOSE FIFTH IN A ROW. For Immediate release: November 22, 2008 Winnipeg: “We “re not where we should be and where people expected us to be.” That’s how Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s volleyball coach Pat Hennelly describes his teams performance thus far in the 2008-09 Canada West Season. Hennelly’s charges fell…

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WOLFPACK ATHLETICS TO HELP STUDENT FOOD BANK

  Posted on: November 21, 2008

WOLFPACK ATHLETICS TO HELP STUDENT FOOD BANK(Photo courtesy of Omega NewsPaper)For Immediate Release: November 21,2008 Kamloops: One of the goals of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Athletics program this year has to become more connected with the community. From an adopt a school program, to raising money for the CIBC Run for the Cure and…

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MBB LOSE TO REGINA IN OVERTIME

  Posted on: November 20, 2008

REGINA SCORES AT BUZZER TO SINK WOLFPACK IN OVERTIMEfor immediate release: November 20, 2008 Kamloops–Steven Christie probably ate for free when the University of Regina Cougars went for their post game meal. And why not? The 4 th year Center (Cochrane, Alberta) had every right. The 6’9″ Christie tipped the ball in as the buzzer…

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FIGHT SONG DEADLINE APPROACHES

  Posted on: November 20, 2008

DEADLINE FOR FIGHT SONG APPROACHINGFor Immediate release: Nov 20, 2008 Kamloops, BC: Christmas time is coming and so too is the deadline for submissions for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack fight song. “We’ve got a few submissions, says WolfPack Event Coordinator Duncan Olthuis. “But we could always use more.”The WolfPack Athletic program is hoping to…

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VOLLEYBALL OFF TO WINNIPEG

  Posted on: November 20, 2008

VOLLEYBALL WOLFPACK TRAVEL TO WINNIPEG For Immediate Release: Thursday, November 20/08 Kamloops-There will be a big respect factor when the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack pay a visit to Winnipeg to play the University of Winnipeg Wesmen in CIS Mens Volleyball action (Nov 22-23). Through their brief four year history, the WolfPack have played some pretty…

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