Curling

The WolfPack doesn't formally have a curling team, although they did host the 2013 CIS/CCA Curling Nationals at the Kamloops Curling Club. The WolfPack will be icing a team for the 2018 Western Canadian and USPORTS/CCA Curling Nationals.

It will be skipped for a fourth and final year by 2012-13 Canadian Junior Curling champion Corryn Brown. She represented TRU twice before (2013-14 and 2014-15).

Brown along with third Erin Pincott, second Samantha Fisher and lead Ashley Nordin captured the 2013-14 and 2014-15 Canada West women's curling titles.

The team has also won silver twice at the CIS Nationals, 2014-15 in Waterloo and 2015-16 in Kelowna BC.

The 2018 Western Canadians will be held in February in Winnipeg with the USPORTS/CCA Nationals going in March in Leduc, Alberta.

Brown, Pincott and Fisher are joined on the 2018 rink by lead Dezeray Hawes of Port Moody, BC. The four played together on the competitive bonspiel circuit and finished third and won the bronze medal at the 2017-18 Provincial Scotties held in Victoria, BC.


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WolfPack Curling Rink Named Curl BC Team Of The Year

   Thursday, May 31 2018

Brown foursome named Curl BC adult team of the year

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More Images from 2017-18 Awards Banquet

   Friday, March 30 2018

Images of the 2017-18 Awards Banquet held at the Grand Hall

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Popadynetz, Windhorst named WolfPack athletes of the year (2017-18)

   Thursday, March 29 2018

Men's Soccer and Women's Volleyball take home most of the awards

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It’s Silver again for WolfPack at USPORTS Women’s Curling Nationals

   Wednesday, March 28 2018

Three members of the WolfPack were named USPORTS All-Canadians.

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Surprise, Surprise-Alberta vs TRU in USPORTS Women’s Curling Final

   Tuesday, March 27 2018

both schools won their respective semifinals on Tuesday (Mar 27) night.

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WolfPack win final round robin game at USPORT Curling Nationals

   Tuesday, March 27 2018

Brown and the WolfPack will face Weeks and Brock while Alberta will tangle with Mount Allison.

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