|Thompson Rivers University WolfPack|
|University||Thompson Rivers University|
|Association|| U Sports |
Canada West Universities Athletic Association
Canadian College Baseball Conference
|Athletic director||Curtis Atkinson|
|Location||Kamloops, British Columbia|
|Varsity teams||Basketball Volleyball Soccer Swimming Baseball Cross-Country Running Cheerleading|
|Football stadium||Hillside Stadium|
|Arena||Tournament Capital Centre|
|Colours||Black and Orange|
The TRU WolfPack are the athletic teams that represent Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. They were known as the UCC Sun Demons prior to the creation of the university in 2005.
Thompson Rivers University is a public teaching and research university offering undergraduate and graduate degrees and vocational training. Its main campus is in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada, and its name comes from the two rivers which converge in Kamloops, the North Thompson and South Thompson. The university has a satellite campus in Williams Lake, BC and a distance education division called TRU-Open Learning. It also has several international partnerships through its TRU World division.
Kamloops is a city in south-central British Columbia, Canada, at the confluence of the two branches of the Thompson River near Kamloops Lake.
British Columbia is the westernmost province of Canada, located between the Pacific Ocean and the Rocky Mountains. With an estimated population of 5.016 million as of 2018, it is Canada's third-most populous province.
WolfPack Varsity Clubs:
All compete in the Canada West Universities Athletic Association, which is a member U Sports — formerly known as Canadian Interuniversity Sport.
Canada West is a regional membership association for universities in Western Canada which assists in co-ordinating competition between their university level athletic programs and providing contact information, schedules, results, and releases about those programs and events to the public and the media. This is similar to what would be called a college athletic conference in the United States. Canada West is one of four such bodies that are members of the country's governing body for university athletics, U Sports. The other three regional associations coordinating university-level sports in Canada are Ontario University Athletics (OUA), Atlantic University Sport (AUS), and the Quebec Student Sport Federation.
U Sports is the national sport governing body of university sport in Canada, comprising the majority of degree-granting universities in the country. Its equivalent body for organized sports at colleges in Canada is the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). Some institutions are members of both bodies for different sports.
Wolfpack Club Sports:
The baseball team competes in the Canadian College Baseball Conference.
Wolfpack Cheerleading competed at Collegiate School Advanced (Level 4), Team Orange, until 2018-19 when they added Team Black to compete at Collegiate University Premier (Level 6). Wolfpack cheerleading is a member of the BC Cheerleading Association
The WolfPack became an official member of the Canada West Universities Athletic Association on May 6, 2010.
|Men's Basketball||CIS||Final 8||2015-16|
|Canadian College Baseball Conference||First||2005|
|Cheerleading||Sea to Sky International Championship||Team Orange||First||2012|
|Sea to Sky International Championship||Team Orange||International Champion - Senior Individual Division||2013|
|Okanagan Cheer Championships||Team Orange||Second - Open Stunt Group Division||2013|
|Total Spirit Championships||Team Orange||Third||2013|
|Pinnicle Cheer 'Mardi Parti'||Team Orange||First||2014|
|Sea to Sky International Championship||Third||2014|
|All Things Cheer||Team Orange||Second||2015|
|Sea to Sky International Championship||Fourth||2015|
|Pinnicle Cheer 'Mardi Parti'||Team Orange||First||2016|
|All Things Cheer||First||2016|
|Sea to Sky International Championship||Fourth - All Girls||2016|
|Pinnicle Cheer 'Mardi Parti'||Team Orange||First||2017|
|Western Cheerific Challenge||First||2017|
|PACWest ATC Championship||First||2017|
|Sea to Sky International Championship||Second||2017|
|Pinnicle Cheer 'Mardi Parti'||Team Orange||First||2018|
|PACWest ATC Championship||First||2018|
|Sea to Sky International Championship||Second||2018|
|Pinnicle Cheer 'Mardi Parti'||Team Black||First||2019|
|True North Cheer and Dance Championship||Team Black||First||2019|
|Sea to Sky International Championship||Team Black||Second||2019|
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