The TRU WolfPack’s women’s soccer winning streak ended in the rain on Sunday, but the WolfPack remains undefeated.
TRU tied the Langara Falcons 1-1 in Richmond on Sunday to fall to 5-0-1 through three weeks of the Pacific Western Athletic Association season. Alanna Bekkering scored her seventh goal of the season for the WolfPack.
Langara got a penalty shot in the 88th minute, and managed to get the ball past WolfPack goalkeeper Emily Edmundson.
On Saturday, the WolfPack knocked off the Quest Kermodes 1-0 in Squamish. Jaydene Radu scored the goal, and Edmundson recorded her first shutout of the season.
The WolfPack is on the road again next weekend — TRU is off to North Vancouver to play the Capilano Blues on Saturday, before rolling into Nanaimo to play the Vancouver Island Mariners on Sunday.
TRU’s next home action is scheduled for Oct. 5, when the UBC-Okanagan Heat visits Hillside Stadium.
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The WolfPack men, meanwhile, suffered defeat for the first time this Pacific Western season on Sunday.
TRU lost 3-0 to the Falcons in Richmond, knocking the WolfPack down to 4-1-1. The WolfPack had defeated the Quest Kermodes 3-0 in Squamish on Saturday.
Travis Froehlich had the shutout in the Quest victory, his second straight. Justin Wallace scored TRU’s first goal, then set up his brother, Nolan, on the second. Kyle Fertile rounded out the scoring.
The WolfPack is scheduled to play the Blues on Saturday in North Vancouver, and the Mariners in Nanaimo on Sunday. The Heat visits Hillside Stadium on Oct. 5.
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The WolfPack women’s volleyball team went 0-5 at the Regina Cougars’ exhibition tournament.
TRU ended the weekend with a three-set (25-12, 25-13, 25-21) loss to the Saskatchewan Huskies on Sunday.
On Saturday, TRU lost in four sets (25-19, 25-21, 19-25, 25-13) to the Calgary Dinos, with Brianne Rauch hitting nine kills for TRU. TRU also fell in three sets (25-16, 25-19, 25-19) to the Mount Royal Cougars, with Morgan Kolasa getting eight kills and Julia Niemczewska pounding three aces.
On Friday, the WolfPack dropped two three-setters — to the host Cougars (25-10, 25-14, 26-24) and the Winnipeg Wesmen (25-12, 25-21, 25-15).
TRU is off to the West Coast Classic in Vancouver and Langley on Oct. 4-6.
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The WolfPack hockey team won the SAIT Icebreaker tournament, becoming the first B.C. team to do so.
TRU, which had tied the Red Deer College Kings on Friday, defeated the host SAIT Trojans 4-1 on Saturday. Josh MacDonald scored twice in the victory, with Brodie Gibbon and Silvan Harper singling. Duncan Schulz had two assists and Stephen Wolff stopped 50 shots in the victory.
The WolfPack is scheduled to open the B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League regular season on Friday and Saturday against the host Victoria Vikes.