CLARK) TURNS TO COACHING WITH HEAT

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

She is contributing. But its in a different way. The NorKam Grad has been forced into the role of Assistant Coach after learning she has Ankylosing Spondylitis (an autoimmune disease similar to arthritis). “I can’t look at my situation as it if is an injury, ” Clark says . “Its something that I am going…

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BRIAN SMITH GRADUATE PROFILE

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

When Brian Smith arrived at Thompson Rivers University four years ago, his main goal was to play basketball. To play basketball and take a few courses. Not only did he do that: but today he finds himself being presented with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. “I have to admit that Basketball was my main…

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COUNTDOWN TO RELAY FOR LIFE

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

The countdown is on for the 2008 Relay for Life and the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack is gearing up to participate. Womens Volleyball coach Carrie Barrett and her “Run with the Pack 4 Drew” crew is hoping to raise as much money as they can. “We are still looking for a few people to join…

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BC U-17 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL COMES TO TRU

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

“We’ve got a couple of of really good facilities in Kamloops: The Fieldhouse and the TRU gym that match up well with what we are gearing up for,” says Ma, who will be assessing his athletes skills during the nine days of training they’ll be doing in Kamloops. “I want to implement some offensive and…

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BASKETBALL HOLDS ID CAMP

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

Looking for that hidden jewel. That’s one of the main goals this weekend for the Basketball Coaches at Thompson Rivers University. The WolfPack are holding their annual player I.D. camp at the TRU Gym (Women) and the Tournament Capital Center (Men).“Generally the top recruits have committed to a program by the time the Provincials are…

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BASEBALL WINS FIRST TWO GAMES AT CCBC FINALS

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

If anyone had a notion of taking the Canadian College Baseball Conference title away from the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack, then they better be prepared for a fight. The defending champions showed that they want very much to keep that title as they won the opening two games of the league playoff tournament in Lethbridge…

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BASEBALL TAKES FIRST 2 FROM KWANTLEN

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

The playoff hopes of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack baseball team are still alive. The WolfPack stole an incredible 18 bases as they swept a doubleheader from the Kwantlen Eagles in Canadian College Baseball Conference action on Wednesday (May 7). In the first game, Ben Bradford (utlityman, 3rd year, Kamloops BC) hit a two run…

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CHEERLEADERS TO HOLD TRYOUTS

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

The Thompson Rivers University Wolfpack cheerleaders are looking for a few good women..and men. The cheerleading squad supports all of the University teams and cheer at most basketball and volleyball games, along with community events. They are entering their third year as a group. “We are looking for people who are athletic and who want…

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BASKETBALL/VOLLEYBALL SEASON WRAP

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

WOLFPACK TEAMS WRAP UP REGULAR SEASON: Mens Volleyball: The good news: TRU will be in the CIS playoffs for the second straight year. The bad news: Again it’ll be on the road. The WolfPack closed out their regular season at home with the University of Calgary. On Friday night (Feb 8), Pat Hennelly and company…

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BASEBALL SIGNS ANDERSON

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

Invermere may be a small Kootenay community, but as far as the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack are concerned: its been a hot bed of talent. The WolfPack Baseball team have become the third TRU club to sign a prospect from Invermere.18 year old shortstop Logan Anderson has inked a letter of intent to play with…

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