2007-08 ATHLETIC AWARDS

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

A badminton player and a member of the Womens Soccer Team were named the 2006-07 Athletes of the Year at the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Athletics Award Banquet. Badminton player Garrett Babichuk (1st year, Kelowna BC) and Shannen Meyer (2nd year, Kamloops BC) of Womens Soccer were named as the University’s top athletes. Babichuk was…

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STEWART SWITCHES SPORTS

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

STEWART CHANGES SPORTSFor Immediate release-October 23, 2008 Kamloops-It was a struggle. The toughest decision I’ve had to make. Those were the first words out of Greg Stewart’s mouth when announcing that he had decided to switch sports with the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack. The 7’2″ Stewart, a member of Canada’s Standing Disabled Men’s Volleyball team,…

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SOCCERS ALLSTARS 2008

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

WOLFPACK WITH SIX WOMEN AND FOUR MEN NAMED TO BC CAA ALLSTAR TEAMS For Immediate Release: October 22,2008 Kamloops-Regardless of whether or not the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s soccer team win the National championship, this will be a final year to remember for Shantelle Cooper. The 5 th year midfielder (Nanaimo, BC) has been…

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SOCCER TEAMS UP IN CCAA RANKINGS

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

WOLFPACK TEAMS UP IN CCAA SOCCER RANKINGS For immediate release: Oct 22, 2008 Kamloops BC: The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Soccer teams have both risen in the National College Soccer Rankings.The Women’s team, which captured the BC College Athletic Association regular season title, have moved from fourth to third spot. Fx Garneau of Quebec is…

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LLOYD BC AA PLAYER OF THE WEEK

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

WOLFPACK WOMENS SOCCER PLAYER NAMED PLAYER OF THE WEEK IN BC CAA FOR THIRD TIME THIS YEAR For Immediate Release: October 22, 2008 Kamloops: For the third time this season, a member of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s soccer team has been named Player of the Week. For the Week of October 13-19 th,…

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MVB NUMBER 9 IN FIRST CIS POLL

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

WOLFPACK MEN’S VOLLEYBALL RANKED 9 TH IN FIRST CIS POLL OF THE YEARFor Immediate Release: October 21, 2008 Kamloops: Winning a bronze medal doesn’t guarantee yourself a third place standing in the National ranking. Just ask the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s Volleyball team. The first rankings of the season are out, and the WolfPack…

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WBB SIGN FIRST RECRUIT FOR 2009

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

WOLFPACK WOMENS BASKETBALL SIGN FIRST RECRUIT OF 2009 For Release: Oct 20, 2008 Kamloops–The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Basketball team hasn’t even played a conference game this year, and already they’ve signed a recruit for 2009. For the third time, Head Coach Scott Reeves has gone to the North Okanagan to get a player:…

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WSOC WIN FINAL GAME OF 2008 REGULAR SEASON

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

WOLFPACK WOMEN’S SOCCER WINS FINAL MATCH OF REGULAR SEASON For immediate Release: October 19, 2008 Prince George, BC: At the start of the season, the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s soccer team had a first place finish as one of their goals. They achieved that with a weekend sweep of the University of Northern British…

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MSOC WIN FINAL REGULAR SEASON GAME IN PG

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

WOLFPACK MEN’S SOCCER WINS FINAL REGULAR SEASON GAME For Immediate Release: October 19, 2008 Prince George, BC: There is just something about Sunday that the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s Soccer team loves. The trademark of this club in the 2008 BC College Athletic Association season has been a victory on the Sabbath. Such was…

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BADMINTONS FIRST RESULTS OF 2008

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

Badminton results from first tourney of year For release: Oct 19, 2008 Nanaimo– The WolfPack sit in fourth place in the BC College Athletic Association after the first tournament of the year in Naniamo. This followed a three way tie for third after the opening day. “It’s going to be a tough year with lots…

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