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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WVB RUN FOR DREW WINS AWARD

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

The Run with the Pack 4 Drew ran all the way to the awards table at the 2008 Relay for Life in Kamloops. Womens Volleyball Coach Carrie Barrett’s efforts to pay homage to University of Manitoba Bison Setter Drew Venables raised a total of $ 2000 towards cancer research and programs. That was the most…

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WVB LOSES IN STRAIGHT SETS TO UBC (EXHIBITION OCT4/08)

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

WOMENS VOLLEYBALL FALLS TO 0-3 AT BEST OF WEST TOURNAMENT For immediate Release: Oct 4, 2008 Vancouver, BC: “Playing two matches in a single day might be too much for our girls, especially with no bench.” That assessment from the head coach of the TRU WolfPack Women’s Volleyball team following their third straight defeat at…

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WVB LOSE IN 3 STRAIGHT IN EXHIBITION TO U OF C (OCT 4/08)

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

WOLFPACK WOMENS VB LOSE IN 3 STRAIGHT TO U OF C IN XBITION For immediate release: Oct 4, 2008 Vancouver BC: The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Womens Volleyball team is still searching for their first victory of 2008-09. The WolfPack played their second match at the “Best in the West” tournament at UBC on Saturday…

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WVB LOSE FIRST AT BEST OF WEST TOURNEY (OCT 3,2008)

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

WOLFPACK WVB LOSE FIRST MATCH AT BEST OF THE WEST TOURNEYFor Immediate Release-Oct 3, 2008 Vancouver BC: “When we stuck to the plan, we played disciplined ball,” that’s how Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Volleyball Coach Cal Wohlford described his team’s first match of the 2008-09 campaign.Playing the University of Alberta Pandas, the WolfPack dropped…

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WVB LOSE ALL FOUR AT BEST OF THE WEST TOURNEY 08

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

WOLFPACK WOMENS VOLLEYBALL HAVE TOUGH TIME ON COAST For Immediate Release: Oct 5, 2008 There were some tough lessons learned. That’s a good way to describe the fortunes of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Volleyball Team this weekend at the “Best of the West” Pre season Volleyball Tournament at UBC. Playing their final round…

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WVB GO CLUB

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

The start of the 2008-09 CIS Womens Volleyball season is six months away, but that hasn’t stopped the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack from getting in some precious game time. Coach Carrie Barrett has been working with eight of her Freshmen and Sophomores in a club’ environment.“This is part of our Athlete Development Model,” says Barrett…

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WVB DUO TO PLAY BEACH

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

It sounds like the best of all worlds. Play your favourite sport, do it outside and get a great tan. That’s what two members of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Womens Volleyball Team will be doing this summer. Kelly Asleson (1st year, Richmond BC) and new recruit Anna Dyakiewicz (1st year, Burnaby BC) are starting…

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WVB DO RELAY FOR LIFE FOR DREW

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

When Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Womens Volleyball Coach Carrie Barrett heard that Manitoba Bison setter Drew Venables had cancer: she wanted to do something about it. After all, Venables was someone who she and her husband, Simon Fedun knew well. Drew had played for Simon when he coached the University College of the Cariboo Sun…

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