WSOC TRAINING CAMP BEGINS

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

Optimism reigns supreme as the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Womens Soccer team gets set to kick off its 2008 tryouts. Not only did the WolfPack finish strong with a bronze medal in the BC College Athletic Association last season, but they also had a number of their players train hard over the summer as part…

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WSOC SHUT-OUT VIU

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

The shutouts just keep on coming for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Womens Soccer Team. The ‘Pack notched their third straight clean sheet: a 5-0 pasting of Vancouver Island University in Nanaimo on Sunday (Sept 14). “It was the kind of game that you wish you had on video,” said a very happy WolfPack head…

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WSOC LOSE FIRST OF 2008

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

The winning ways of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Soccer Team is over. After going unbeaten through their first five BC College Athletic Association league games, the WolfPack lost a battle of the unbeaten: 1-0 to the Langara College Falcons. The game was played not at the WolfPacks home field: Hillside Stadium, but at…

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WSOC COMES FROM BEHIND TO BEAT DOUGLAS

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

WOLFPACK WOMENS SOCCER CLOSER TO FIRST PLACE FINISH For Immediate Release-October 11, 2008 Burnaby-Thanksgiving might be a couple of days away, but the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Soccer team has already found something to be thankful for. And it came in the person of 3rd year forward Val Goddard. Goddard has been snake bitten…

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WSOC 500 IN OLYMPIA WASHINGTON

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

It was a 500 weekend for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Womens Soccer Team. Playing in the 2008 Arno Zoske Tournament at Evergreen State University, The WolfPack finished off their two game set with a 1-0 loss to the NAIA SFU CLan. The Clan scored in the 33 rd minute. “We struggled in the first…

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WOMEN'S SOCCER HELPS STRIKES FOR TYLES

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

WOLFPACK WOMENS SOCCER TEAM TO HELP STRIKES FOR TYKES 2008 marks the 30 th anniversary of the Strikes for Tykes. Its the major fundraiser for the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Kamloops. The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Womens Soccer Team has decided to join in the fundraising. The WolfPack have put together two teams…

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WOMENS SOCCER GEAR UP FOR FIRST PRESEASON TOURNEY

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

“It’s always an exciting time as we start another season and put the pieces together for the best team possible.” The words of Eric Schweizer, the head coach of the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Womens Soccer club. Schweizer has put returnees and prospects through three tough workouts in just over 24 hours. The WolfPack’s open…

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WOLFPACK WOMENS VOLLEYBALL LOSE & WIN AT SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIE CUP

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

WOLFPACK WOMENS VOLLEYBALL LOSE AND WIN AT SASKATCHEWAN HUSKIE CUP For Immediate Release: October 10, 2008 Saskatoon Sask–For the first time in 2008-09, the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack Women’s Volleyball Team has won a match. It came in their second outing at the 2008 Saskatchewan Huskie Cup. After dropping a 3-0 decision to the University…

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WOLFPACK WOMENS SOCCER AFFILIATE WITH HEAT

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

The Tournament Capital of Canada has a new competitive womens soccer team, and it has ties to the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack. The Kamloops Heat womens reserve side will take to the field this coming Sunday (May 11 th) in the Pacific Coast Soccer League. The team will be made up largely of WolfPack Womens…

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WOLFPACK WOMEN HOOPSTERS HELP BREAST CANCER

  Posted on: November 3, 2008

WOLFPACK WOMEN HOOPSTERS HELP FIGHT BREAST CANCER The WolfPack donated 450 dollars from their home opener November 12 th at the Tournament Capital Center ( a 92-60 loss to the University of Alberta Pandas). Nationally, CIS Womens Basketball Coaches Association raised over 50 thousand dollars.“It is always exciting to see money being raised for such…

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