Heat fall to rolling Cougars, who win their seventh straight

Fast starts for the Heat, and a 22-point night from fifth-year outside hitter, Ann Richards, did not phase the Regina Cougars as they won their seventh in a row, dropping the UBCO women's volleyball team in four sets on Friday night.In the first three...

Statement from U SPORTS in Support of the Canadian Football League’s CFL 2.0 Strategy

U SPORTS President and Chief Executive Officer, Graham Brown has released the following statement:“On behalf of U SPORTS our 56 Member Institutions and four Conferences we want to publicly endorse the Canadian Football League’s strategy for growth, sometimes described as CFL 2.0.In recent meetings,...

Huskies Earn Weekend Split

KAMLOOPS, BC: -The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack and the University of Saskatchewan Huskies leave this weekend the same way they started in Canada West men's volleyball. Both teams entered their series at .500.  They remain that way after the Huskies squared their two-game affair...

Bobcats capture conference title

The No. 1 Brandon Bobcats capped a remarkable season with the program's second Canada West conference title and first on home court in front of a capacity crowd, beating the defending No. 2 Trinity Western Spartans 3-2 (25-23, 18-25, 25-21, 22-25, 15-12) on Friday...

U SPORTS Athletes of the Week – Curling Sweep

Cameron Goodkey of the Carleton Ravens men’s curling team and Kira Brunton from the Laurentian Voyageus women’s curling squadare the final U SPORTS Male and Female Athletes of the Week of the 2018-19 season.The Carleton Ravens claimed their first national title in men’s curling...

WolfPack Cross Country team has contingent at Gary Reed Indoor track meet

For the second straight week the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack cross country team had representation at an indoor track meet.  This time around, it was at home at the Tournament Capital Centre which was the site of the Gary Reed Indoor Track Meet.Three members...

Canadian Elite Basketball League, U SPORTS form league partnership

The Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL) and U SPORTS, the national brand for university sports in Canada, announced Tuesday a partnership that will provide competitive developmental opportunities for Canadian University men’s basketball players. This unique collaboration will allow student-athletes to sign a CEBL developmental...

Heat win first of season upsetting WolfPack

Kelowna, BC— The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s volleyball team became the first victim of the University of British Columbia Okanagan Heat in Canada West play this season.The teams battled for five sets before the Heat took the Pack 3-2 for their first victory...

Dukate claims Player of the Year award

Saskatchewan Huskie Sabine Dukate leads the conference awards pack, as the Latvian has been named the 2018-19 Canada West Women's Basketball Player of the Year.The veteran guard earned the award after being selected by the conference's 17 women's basketball head coaches, who picked all...

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