This marks the fifth year (2018-19) that the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack have had a swim program. Brad Dalke has been the head coach of the program since its inception along with his role as head coach of the Kamloops Classics swim team.

Dalke has slowly and meticulously built up the WolfPack program. He is looking for this season to be the team’s best.

Dalke returns his entire team from last year—one which raced relays for the first time in Canada West competition.

Breena Rusnell (Fort McMurray, AB) was 6 100ths of a second away from qualifying for USPORTS championships in 2017-18). She leads the women’s contingent this season along with longtime teammate Joelle Young (Fort McMurray, AB), Gabrielle Dagasso (Kamloops, BC)and Michaela Hitchins (Nanaimo, BC). Joining the women’s program this year is Gabby’s younger sister Emily.

The Uppal twins: Gursharan and Gurcharan (Kamloops, BC) are back again to round out the team.

The men’s squad has increased substantially. Much is expected from recruit Ryley McCrae (Kamloops, BC) who is ranked in the top ten of junior swimmers nationally and has already achieved USPORTS qualifying times. Nolan Paul (Mission/Chilliwack, BC) made tremendous strides in his first year of Canada West swimming.

The Gauthier twins: Matthew and Tyler (Sylvan Lake, AB) are back for their sophomore campaign and will be joined by freshman Tanner Douglas (Kamloops, BC) who will provide depth and challenge the rest of the men to be part of the travelling squad.

The WolfPack swim out of the Canada Games Aquatics Center.


WolfPack Swim Results from Canada West championships

   Sunday, November 25 2018

“When you’re racing against world class competition, it makes you reflect on everything you’re doing and what it takes to be better”.

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WolfPack Swimmers continue to improve at Canada West championships

   Saturday, November 24 2018

Day two results for the WolfPack from Canada West swim championships

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WolfPack Swim get on the board at Canada West championships

   Friday, November 23 2018

WolfPack earn points in day one of Canada West championships

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WolfPack swim set to go to Canada West championships

   Wednesday, November 21 2018

All four have ‘second swim’ opportunities available. They will be scoring points. We are looking to get them into the finals.”

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WolfPack Swim to prestigious meet at UBC

   Wednesday, October 31 2018

Logistically everything worked out. We have the ‘race horses’ to be a part of this.”

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WolfPack Swim Have First Meet

   Sunday, October 14 2018

WolfPack swim team has first meet

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