Thompson Rivers University WolfPack

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Thompson Rivers University WolfPack
TRU WolfPack logo.png
University Thompson Rivers University
Association U Sports
Canada West Universities Athletic Association
Canadian College Baseball Conference
Conference Canada West
Athletic directorCurtis Atkinson [1]
Location Kamloops, British Columbia
Varsity teams Basketball Volleyball Soccer Swimming Baseball Cross-Country Running Cheerleading
Football stadium Hillside Stadium
Arena Tournament Capital Centre
MascotWolfie
NicknameWolfPack
ColoursBlack and Orange
         
Website gowolfpack.ca

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.

Contents

Teams

WolfPack Varsity Clubs:

All compete in the Canada West Universities Athletic Association, which is a member U Sports — formerly known as Canadian Interuniversity Sport.

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 [3]

Affiliation

The WolfPack became an official member of the Canada West Universities Athletic Association on May 6, 2010.

Accomplishments

Baseball

Basketball

Cheerleading

Volleyball


Wolfpack TeamCompetitionResultsYear
Men's BasketballCISFinal 82015-16
Canada WestSilver2016
Baseball
Canadian College Baseball ConferenceFirst2005
First2007
First2009
CheerleadingSea to Sky International ChampionshipTeam OrangeFirst2012
Sea to Sky International ChampionshipTeam OrangeInternational Champion - Senior Individual Division2013
Third2013
Okanagan Cheer ChampionshipsTeam OrangeSecond - Open Stunt Group Division2013
Total Spirit Championships Team OrangeThird2013
Pinnicle Cheer 'Mardi Parti' Team OrangeFirst2014
Sea to Sky International ChampionshipThird2014
All Things Cheer Team OrangeSecond2015
Sea to Sky International ChampionshipFourth2015
Pinnicle Cheer 'Mardi Parti'Team OrangeFirst2016
All Things Cheer First2016
Sea to Sky International ChampionshipFourth - All Girls2016
Pinnicle Cheer 'Mardi Parti'Team OrangeFirst2017
Western Cheerific Challenge First2017
PACWest ATC Championship First2017
Sea to Sky International ChampionshipSecond2017
Pinnicle Cheer 'Mardi Parti'Team OrangeFirst2018
Cheerfest Championship First2018
PACWest ATC ChampionshipFirst2018
Sea to Sky International ChampionshipSecond2018
Pinnicle Cheer 'Mardi Parti'Team BlackFirst2019
Team OrangeFirst2019
True North Cheer and Dance Championship Team BlackFirst2019
Team OrangeFirst2019
Sea to Sky International Championship Team BlackSecond2019
Team OrangeFirst2019

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  3. http://bccheerleading.ca/current-programs-in-bc/
  4. "Canadian College Baseball Conference Past Champions".
  5. "WolfPack Drop Heart Breaker To Gee Gee's at CIS Men's Basketball Final 8".
  6. "WolfPack Capture Silver In Canada West Men's Basketball".
  7. https://gowolfpack.ca/news/2019/3/4/cheerleading-two-major-wins-for-cheerleaders.aspx
  8. "Thompson Rivers' Pakhomenko named CIS player of the year".
  9. "Another Honor For Pakhomenko: BLG Award Finalist".
  10. https://gowolfpack.ca/news/2019/2/26/womens-volleyball-savenchuk-mcnaught-named-cw-all-stars.aspx