BARNSLEY GETS AWARDS

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

Outgoing Thompson Rivers University President and Vice Chancellor Dr. Roger Barnsley has become the inaugural winner of the TRU WolfPack Appreciation Award. Barnsley was presented with the honour at the Athletic Department’s annual awards banquet on Wednesday (April 10)“It seems fitting that Roger be the first to get the award” said Athletic Director Ken Olynyk….

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BANNISTER GOES TO UBC

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

As the members of the TRU WolfPack baseball team pack up their bags for another season, they are saying good bye to more than just the graduating players. 6-6 right handed pitcher Matt Bannister has signed a letter of intent to play with the UBC Thunderbirds in the fall. “It’s the culmination of an agreement…

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BADMINTON PLAYS BRITS

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

The British are coming! The British are coming!. That famous quote by Paul Revere will ring true Monday night (April 7) in Kamloops. The Kamloops Badminton Association, which includes members of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack will play an exhibition series with members of the British Militia.“They just happened to be in the area and…

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FORMER PACK BASEBALLERS NAMED WMBL-ALLSTARS

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

The contributions of current and former members of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Baseball team have paid another dividend. Five players with ties to TRU were part of the Western Major Baseball Association champion Okotoks Dawgs. Outfielders Torrie Hunter and Anthony Cros, who both played for Ray Chadwick’s program were named to the allstar team….

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GOLF WINS SILVER GRUBER TAKES BC CAA GOLFER OF THE YEAR

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

WOLFPACK GOLF TEAM WINS SILVER, GRUBER TAKES HOME BC CAA TOP GOLFER For Immediate Release: October 5, 2008 Chilliwack, BC–2008 has been a very good year for the Athletic Program at Thompson Rivers University. Not only did the Mens Volleyball Team win a bronze medal at the CIS Nationals, Badminton Coach Brad Pape win Canadian…

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WVB LOSE IN SEMI FINAL IN HUSKIE PRESEASON TOURNEY

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

WOLFPACK WOMENS VOLLEYBALL LOSES IN SEMI FINAL AT HUSKIE PRE SEASON TOURNEY For immediate release: Oct 11, 2008 Saskatoon–Losing is tough. But when you happen to see one of your top young players go down with an injury its even tougher. Such was the case Saturday night (Oct 11) for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack…

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WVB SET TO PLAY BEST IN WEST TOURNEY (OCT 3,2008)

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

“It’ll be a good gauge as to where we are in our development,.” The word of Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Volleyball coach Cal Wohlford as his team gets set for their first CIS exhibition play. Wohlford, who makes his debut as interim coach of the WolfPack, has his team in Vancouver BC for the…

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WVB STARTS 08-09 SEASON EARLY

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

They might not hit the books until Tuesday (Sept 2), but the members of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Womens Basketball team are already in school. After going only 1 and 22 last season, the WolfPack recruited heavily and have a number of rookies . With that in mind, head coach Scott Reeves has had…

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GOLF WINS FIRST TOURNAMENT

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

It didn’t take the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Golf team long to notch their first championship. In only their second tournament, the WolfPack captured the BC College Athletic Association title this weekend in Nanaimo. Coach Bill Bilton Jr’s team won the 36 hole tournament at the Nanaimo Golf and Country club with a two round,…

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GOLF STILL LEADING AFTER 2 ROUNDS OF CCAA FINALS

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

WOLFPACK GOLF LEADING TEAM STANDINGS AFTER 2 ROUNDS OF CCAA NATIONALS. For Immediate Release: October 16, 2008 Statford, PEI: “It was a miserable day to play golf. That’s how the head coach of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Men’s golf team described the second day of play at the 2008 Ping Canadian College Athletic Association…

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