The WolfPack men’s soccer team lost twice on the weekend and didn’t qualify for the Pacific West Athletic Association postseason.
TRU lost 2-0 to the Vancouver Island Mariners in Nanaimo on Sunday, after falling 2-1 to the Capilano Blues in North Vancouver on Saturday. The WolfPack entered the weekend tied with the Blues for the final playoff spot in its pool.
TRU finished fourth in Group B with a 4-5-2 record.
Cory Wallis had the WolfPack’s lone weekend goal.
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The WolfPack women’s soccer team has qualified for the postseason, and will go in on a 10-game unbeaten streak after a pair of weekend ties.
TRU tied the Capilano Blues 1-1 in North Vancouver on Saturday before drawing 1-1 with the Vancouver Island Mariners in Nanaimo on Sunday.
The WolfPack (5-1-5) finished second in its PacWest pool. It will take on the Quest Kermodes in a provincial quarterfinal in Kelowna on Friday; the winner of the match will take on the Langara Falcons in a Saturday semifinal, with the provincial final set for Sunday.
Laura Smylie headed in an Alanna Bekkering corner kick for the WolfPack’s Saturday goal, and Bekkering set up Jaydene Radu for Sunday’s goal.
Emily Edmundson was in the WolfPack goal for Saturday’s match and Sunday’s first half, and Jamie Wheeler played the second half Sunday.
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The WolfPack women’s basketball team split its last two games at Cape Breton University’s Capers Fall Classic in New Brunswick.
The WolfPack lost 99-57 Saturday to Beijing Great Wall, a club team from China, before pounding the McMaster Marauders 82-53 on Sunday.
Diane Schuetze had 21 points and 13 rebounds for the WolfPack on Sunday, and Jen Ju had 17 points. Tracy Kocs ended with 12 points, and Taiysa Worsfold scored 10.
On Saturday, Schuetze had 14 points and Ju scored seven.
The WolfPack has a week off before opening the Canada West regular season on Nov. 4 against the visiting Fraser Valley Cascades.
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The WolfPack men’s basketball team also split its weekend games at a tournament in UBC, losing 98-75 to the Laurier Golden Hawks on Sunday after beating the Memorial Sea Hawks 90-80 on Saturday.
Chas Kok had 25 points in Saturday’s victory and Kevin Pribilsky scored 17. Justin King also scored 16 points, while Will Ondrik had 11 points and 10 rebounds.
Against Laurier, King had 22 points.
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Playing its first tournament of the season, the WolfPack badminton team went 2-3 and finished fourth in Nanaimo.
In Sunday’s individual competition, Anica Arduini was third in the women’s A singles, while Kia Lidster was first in the women’s B singles. Arduini and Joey Chu were third in the mixed B doubles, while Garrett Babichuk and Jonny Nguyen took first in the men’s B doubles.
Lacey Banman and Caitlyn Sharp were first in the women’s C doubles.
The next PacWest badminton tournament is scheduled for Nov. 25-26 in Surrey.
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The WolfPack lost 7-4 to Simon Fraser in Burnaby on Saturday to fall to 2-3-0 in the B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League.
TRU and SFU will play Friday, 8:30 p.m., at Memorial Arena.
Andrew Fisher scored twice, with Mick Ludvig and Shane Oatway singling — all of the WolfPack’s goals came on the power play. Jassi Sangha had three assists and Curtis Tonello had two helpers.
Riley Wall made 33 saves in the loss.