BASEBALL BEATS HEAT (NORBROCK)

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

They may be called the Heat, but Okanagan College ran into something hotter when they played the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Thursday (Sept 18) in college baseball action at Norbrock Stadium. The WolfPack rallied from an early 2-1 deficit to down the Heat 6-4. It was the first meeting of the Kelowna-Kamloops based teams since…

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BALSON WINS BC CAA GOLFER OF THE WEEK.

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Golf Team is making an immediate splash in the BC College Athletics Association. Following up on their second place finish in their inaugural tournament in the BC CAA, a member of the WolfPack has become the first ‘Player of the Week” in the league. First year player Riley Balson (Kamloops…

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BADMINTON HOSTS PROVINCIALS IN 09

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

Who says lightning doesn’t strike twice?. This time last year, the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Badminton team was beaming that it was awarded the Provincial Badminton Championships. Everything was all in place until early last February. That was when the tournament has moved to Langara College in Vancouver due to scheduling conflicts at the Tournament…

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BADMINTON GEARS UP TO START SEASON

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

WOLFPACK BADMINTON GEAR UP TO START THE SEASON For release: October 17, 2008 Kamloops- Badminton season officially starts this weekend for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack. Brad Pape and his crew, who won the bronze medal last year at the BC College Athletic Association Championships will send a delegation to Naniamo for the first tournament…

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BABICHUK NAMED PLAYER OF THE MONTH

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

Badminton player named BCCAA Player of the Month Thompson Rivers University WolfPack badminton player Garrett Babichuk has been named player of the month by the BC College Athletic Association for the month of January. Babichuk has finished consistently in the top four in Mens Singles and the top 3 in Mens Doubles. The first year…

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ASLESON AND DYAKIEWICZ BEACH UPDATE

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

The beach has become a very familiar place for Kelly Asleson and Anna Dyakiewicz. The two Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Womens Volleyball players have been spending the off season’ playing beach volleyball. “We’ve played in four tournaments so far,” says Dyakiewicz (2nd year, Burnaby BC) from the Lower Mainland where she and Kelly train under…

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ARNOLD ENJOYING LIFE IN HELENA

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

“The season has been going fairly well we have a great team here in Helena with a lot of major league talent’” States the six foot right hander, who pitched in the Arizona league last year. “Helena has been a good change of scenery. I am living with a host family as well as two…

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WOLFPACK SOCCER FALL IN NATIONAL RANKINGS (SEPT 23)

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

Weekend splits have forced the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Soccer teams to fall in the National College Rankings. The WolfPack Women, who were undefeated before dropping a 1-0 decision Sunday (Sept 21) to Langara, have dipped from fourth to fifth in the CCAA Rankings. Langara has moved from sixth spot to third place. The only…

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SOCCER BEATS HEAT AT HOME

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

Both WolfPack teams recorded their first victories of the young BC College Athletic Association Regular Season. The Women hammered UBC-O 6-0 while the Men took down their Kelowna based counterparts 1-0. “We didn’t let them off the hook and played a strong possession game.” Those words from a relieved WolfPack Womens Head Coach Eric Schweizer….

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WEIBE INJURED IN CAR ACCIDENT

  Posted on: October 23, 2008

A key member of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Womens Volleyball team has been injured in a Lower Mainland Car Crash. 3rd year Middle Vanessa Wiebe was involved in a two vehicle crash Friday morn (May 16) on Highway 99 near Vancouver. “I was on the edge of a merge lane, when I was T-boned…

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