BORUCK AND DONEN MAKE MACCABI GAMES TEAM

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Mens Volleyball team will be well represented when Canada hits the floor at the 18th Maccabiah Games next July (2009). 3rd year libero Kyle Donen and 2nd year outside hitter Josh Boruck were two of 5 players chosen after a one day tryout in Toronto, Ontario on Fathers Day. “Great…

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PERRIN WINS BEST BLOCKER AT NORCECA

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

Thompson Rivers University WolfPack outside hitter Gord Perrin was named best blocker at the North, Central America and Caribbean Volleyball Conference Continental Junior Mens Championships. Perrin (2nd year, Creston BC) had 12 points in the events final. It was a final where Cuba took Canada 3-1. The scores were 25-18,20-25,25-21,29-27. Both countries had earlier qualified…

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READ WINS NATIONAL AWARD

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

TRU Sports Information officer, Larry Read was presented today with the MS Society of Canada’s John Alexander Media Award. Local media, and MS Society staff and volunteers were present for the event Larry Read is recognized for The Faces of MS, a broadcast story about the Faces of MS Public Education Project, an exhibit about…

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WOLFPACK GOLF TEAM CHOSEN

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

The return of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Golf Team has taken another step forward. Head Coach Bill Bilton Junior has chosen five golfers following four days of playdowns at the Dunes in Kamloops. Adam Gruber of Kamloops finished at 15 under par for the 72 hole event. Gruber, who led wire to wire, shot…

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MBB HIRES INTERIM HEAD COACH

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

“You couldn’t ask for a better candidate”. That’s how Thompson Rivers University Athletic Director Ken Olynyk describes the hiring of an interim Mens Basketball head coach. The WolfPack are pleased to announce that Thom Gillespie has taken over the team effective immediately. “It’s a great opportunity to bring the TRU Basketball program through the initial…

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WSOC BEAT LANGARA TO MOVE INTO FIRST

  Posted on: October 12, 2008

WOLFPACK WOMENS SOCCER LAY CLAIM TO FIRST PLACE IN BC CAA For Immediate Release: October 12, 2008 Coquitlam BC–The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Soccer team find themselves in first place going into Thanksgiving. In a battle for top spot in the BC College Athletic Association, The WolfPack downed Langara College Falcons 2-0. “We dominated…

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WOLFPACK SOCCER WOMEN UP/MEN DOWN IN RANKINGS (OCT6/08)

  Posted on: October 7, 2008

WOLFPACK MEN FALL, WOMEN GO UP IN NATIONAL COLLEGE SOCCER RANKINGSFor immediate Release: October 7, 2008 Kamloops: A win and a tie have moved the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Soccer team up the National College Rankings. After being fifth last week in the Canadian College Athletic Association top 10, the WolfPack are now fourth.FX…

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VB PREPARES FOR HOME OPENER VS UBC

  Posted on: October 6, 2008

WOLFPACK VOLLEYBALL PREPARING FOR HOME OPENER For immediate release: October 6, 2008 Kamloops-Its home sweet home this weekend for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Volleyball teams. After spending the first two weeks of the Canada West season on the road, the WolfPack will play in the safe confines of the Tournament Capital Center. TRU will…

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WBB FINISH OFF PRESEASON WITH VICTORY OCT5/08

  Posted on: October 5, 2008

WOLFPACK WBB FINISH OFF PRESEASON WEEKEND WITH VICTORYFor Immediate Release: Oct 5, 2008 Kamloops, BC: If Thompson Rivers University WolfPack assistant women’s basketball coach Chuck Ferguson was any more psychic he might want to buy a lottery ticket. Heading into this weekend’s exhibition BDO Dunwoody Tournament, Ferguson predicted that his team would likely have trouble…

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WBB DROP FIRST AT BDO DUNWOODY (OCT3, 2008)

  Posted on: October 3, 2008

WOLFPACK DROP FIRST GAME OF BDO DUNWOODY TOURNEYFor Immediate Release: October 3, 2008 For the first half, the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack looked like one of the favourite teams in the Canada West League this year not the University of Alberta Pandas. But by the time the third quarter rolled around, the Pandas took their…

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