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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BASEBALL WIN 5 OF 6

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Baseball team used home field to their advantage as they won 5 of the six games they played over three days at the Canadian College Baseball League tournament played at Norbrock Stadium. After going 500 on Friday (April 5), the ‘Pack swept both their games Saturday (April 6) and did…

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BASEBALL PLAYERS CONTINUE ON

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

Only two weeks after they lost in the final of the Canadian College Baseball Conference Final, 13 members of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack are back on the diamond in Kamloops. They are all spending time this spring and summer playing for the Kamloops Sun Devils. “I’ve been coaching this program for five years now,…

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BASEBALL HAS HOME AND AWAY GAMES THIS WEEKEND

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Baseball team will see a lot of the Coquihalla Highway this weekend. The WolfPack play two games on Vancouver Island on Friday (May 2) before coming home to entertain the Kwantlen Eagles on Sunday (May 4). “We need to win all four games. Its as simple as that,.” Says WolfPack…

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BASEBALL GEARS UP TO DEFEND TITLE

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

“It’s the best offensive team I’ve ever coached.” That’s how Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Baseball Coach Ray Chadwick describes his club as they gear up to defend their Canadian College Baseball Conference Title.“From 1-9, we have the ability to score a lot of runs.” says Chadwick of his club who despite finishing in fourth place…

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BASEBALL FINSHES SEASON ON ROAD

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

Whats been an up and down season for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack will come to an end over the next 48 hours. The Pack are heading to Langley for their final two games of the Canadian College Baseball Conference regular season. They have four games against the Kwantlen Eagles in a battle for playoff…

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BARRETT HONORED BY ALMA MATERE

  Posted on: October 24, 2008

The University of Alberta Athletic Department will have its annual Wall of Fame ceremony tomorrow (May 8) in Edmonton, and one of the honoured has a tie to the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack. One of the groups going on the hallowed Wall at the Uof A is the Pandas Womens Volleyball Team which won six…

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