WOLFPACK SEEDED 5TH GOING INTO NATIONALS

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

WolfPack seeded 5th going into Nationals Pat Hennelly and his Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Mens Volleyball team are seeded 5th going into their first CIS Championships. After a conference call by CIS officials earlier today (Sun Feb 24), the WolfPack have been put into the 5th position. This means they will face the 4th ranked…

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TRU MEN'S BBALL SIGNS FIRST RECRUIT

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

TRU men’s basketball signs first recruit Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Mens Basketball Coach Nevin Gleddie hopes it’s the first of many. Liam Wear of Vernon Secondary has become the first high school recruit to commit to the WolfPack for 2008. “I’m really pleased,” says Gleddie “He is an intelligent point guard. He can really move…

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TRU VS. LAVAL – THERE'S HISTORY

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

TRU VS Laval: There’s history there Pat Hennelly and his Thompson Rivers University WolfPack aren’t afraid of a challenge. And that’s why they aren’t fearful of meeting the host team to open up the 2008 CIS Mens Volleyball Championships. Afterall, it’s not like they haven’t seen the Laval Rouge et Or before. The two teams…

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TRU BADMINTON TEAM HEADS EAST

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

TRU badminton team heads east Thompson Rivers University will be well represented as the 2008 Canadian Colleges Athletic Association Badminton Championships kick off later this week (Feb 28) in New Brunswick. WolfPack head coach Brad Pape (pronounced Pay-p) will direct the BC Wildcard team. Four of his athletes: Garrett Babichuk (1st year, Kelowna BC), Andy…

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PERRIN NAMED TO CIS ALL ROOKIE TEAM

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

Perrin becomes second WolfPack on CIS men’s volleyball All Rookie Team It’s second time lucky for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack. For the second year in a row, a member of the WolfPack Men’s Volleyball Team was named to the All-Canadian Rookie Team. 18 year old outside hitter Gord Perrin, who was earlier named the…

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PRINCE GEORGE VETERAN PAIR PARTS OF WOLFPACK SUCCESS

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

Prince George veteran pair parts of WolfPack success The rise of the Men’s Volleyball program at Thompson Rivers University has had a direct connection with the City of Prince George. Two of the veteran members of this club, which is making its first appearance at the CIS National Championsbips hail from the Northern BC City….

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WOLFPACK CAPTURE FIRST EVER CIS MEDAL

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

WolfPack capture first ever CIS medal Mark the date down: March 2,2008. A historical day for Thompson Rivers University. One of Canada’s youngest universities came of age on this date. Its the day they captured their first ever CIS medal. The WolfPack Men’s Volleyball team captured a bronze at the CIS Nationals at the University…

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MENS SOCCER AGUILUZ

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

WOLFPACK MENS SOCCER SIGNS FIRST HIGH SCHOOL RECRUIT Now that the snow has cleared from Hillside Stadium, thoughts of soccer have invaded the campus at Thompson Rivers University. With their first player ID camp mere weeks away, the WolfPack Mens Soccer Team, defending BC College Champs have secured their first recruit. 17 year old Alexander…

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WOLFPACK MENS BASKETBALL SIGNS MORE VERNON PLAYERS

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

WolfPack Mens Basketball signs more Vernon Players There must be something about Vernon that appeals to Basketball coaches at Thompson Rivers University. The WolfPack coaches have gone to the North Okanagan Community to sign their 3rd and 4th recruits of the 2008 season. Again it’s the Mens team who have locked into Vernon. This time,…

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NAYLOR SIGNS WITH MBB

  Posted on: October 16, 2008

The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack have stayed close to home in the signing of their fourth recruit for the 2008-09 CIS Season. And again, Coach Nevin Gleddie has secured the services of a Guard. 6.0, 170 pound Hudson Naylor of Kamloops has signed a letter of intent to attend TRU next school year. “Hudson is…

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