Dawgs prove they're best in this league

  Posted on: May 16, 2006

By CHRIS JUREWICZDaily News Sports Reporter The fact that Blair Kubicek felt pity for his opponent told the story. This game couldn’t end soon enough. Kubicek, head coach of Lethbridge’s Prairie Baseball Academy Dawgs, watched his club romp to an 11-0 victory over the TRU WolfPack on a scorching Monday afternoon at NorBrock Stadium. With…

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Dawgs in way of WolfPack's title dreams

  Posted on: May 15, 2006

By CHRIS JUREWICZDaily News Sports Reporter The TRU WolfPack has lost six of the eight games it has played against the Prairie Baseball Academy Dawgs this season. Today, if the WolfPack is to successfully defend its Canadian Colleges Baseball Conference championship, it will have to earn back-to-back victories against the Dawgs at NorBrock Stadium. PBA,…

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WolfPack hungering for title

  Posted on: May 13, 2006

By CHRIS JUREWICZDaily News Sports Reporter Brandon Legard said it was a long bus ride back to Kamloops. It was Wednesday night and the TRU WolfPack baseball team had dropped its second consecutive game to the Prairie Baseball Academy Dawgs in Lethbridge. And the second loss was no regular game. The Dawgs beat the WolfPack…

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WolfPack Volleyball Signs 5 from Alberta

  Posted on: May 12, 2006

By BRONWEN SCOTT KAMLOOPS – Five top Alberta athletes will come to Thompson Rivers University this fall to study and suit up with the TRU WolfPack men’s volleyball team. “These signings send a message that Thompson Rivers University can compete for the top volleyball players in the country,” said WolfPack head coach Patrick Hennelly. “This…

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TRU Names Basketball Coach

  Posted on: May 12, 2006

Daily News Sports Reporter Thompson Rivers University athletics has hired Scott Reeves to coach its women’s basketball team. Reeves comes to the WolfPack with a range of coaching experience. He was assistant coach with the Trinity Western University Spartans in 2003-2004 and at Basketball Canada’s Centre for Performance since 2003. He was head coach for…

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Malaspina pockets get come-from-behind pick

  Posted on: May 10, 2006

Coach steams over Eagles forfeit By GEOFF MUELLERKamloops This Week Sports Reporter With Kamloops winds gusting to 54 kilometres Sunday afternoon, the WolfPack had a less-than-breezy 7-6 steal against the Malaspina Mariners, followed by a dusty field devoid of play as Kwantlen forfeited Game 2 to Thompson Rivers University. In the Malaspina opener, TRU fell…

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Island MVP commits to WolfPack

  Posted on: May 8, 2006

By BRONWEN SCOTT KAMLOOPS – First team all-star and Island MVP Chris Vanderweide will suit up with the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack’s men’s basketball team this fall. The 6’6″ power forward, who helped his Ladysmith Secondary team to second place at the AA provincials this year and will be enrolled in first-year Arts courses at…

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WolfPack's Winning Ways Continue On Diamond

  Posted on: May 5, 2006

By Daily News Sports Reporter The TRU WolfPack moved to 17-5 with a pair of Canadian Colleges Baseball Conference victories on Thursday at NorBrock Stadium. The WolfPack swept its competition, winning the opener 8-1 over the Kwantlen Eagles and taking the second game 7-5 over the Malaspina Mariners. Mike Tomlinson allowed two hits and no…

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WolfPack chucker Paterson sets school record with 17-strikeout game

  Posted on: May 1, 2006

Daily News Sports Reporter The TRU WolfPack continued its winning ways in the Canadian Colleges Baseball Conference. TRU swept the Calgary Dinos in a doubleheader on Saturday at NorBrock Stadium, winning 5-4 and 3-1. On Sunday, the WolfPack trounced the Dinos 7-1 at NorBrock, and then fell 4-0 – the weekend’s only blemish. Still, the…

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Pack take three of four in Nanaimo

  Posted on: April 28, 2006

By MATTHEW STRADERSpecial to Kamloops This Week KAMLOOPS – The rivalry between the TRU WolfPack men’s baseball team and the Malaspina Mariners lived up to all the hype this past weekend in Nanaimo, and saw the WolfPack take three of four games, coming home with 9-3, 12-10, 9-0 victories and a 3-1 loss. Game 1…

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