SPARTANS IN THE NEWS

LANGLEY'S DOLFO READY TO RUN FOR CANADA
Posted on: Aug. 27th, 2012
LANGLEY, British Columbia — While representing your country means something special to every athlete, it holds a little added significance for Braedon Dolfo.
BLACKABY DELIVERS PITT MEADOWS COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS
Posted on: Jun. 28th, 2012
COQUITLAM, British Columbia - Matt and classmate Karli Banns both wrote and delivered commencement address to the Maruaders’ nation on June 24.
DUO AIMS FOR GOLDEN TIME ON BEACH
Posted on: Jun. 28th, 2012
LANGLEY, British Columbia — During the fall and winter months, Nick Del Bianco and Ben Chow are enemies on the volleyball court: Del Bianco playing for the Trinity Western Spartans while Chow suits up for conference rival UBC Thunderbirds. But in the spring and summer months, the pair are inseparable on the sands of the beach volleyball court.
WHITECAPS NAT BOYD HAS A NEW FOUND APPRECIATION OF HOME
Posted on: Jun. 1st, 2012
LANGLEY, British Columbia — Natalie Boyd rejoined the Vancouver Whitecaps women this week with a deeper gratitude for soccer and life.
FC EDMONTON'S PAUL HAMILTON HAS A LITTLE HELP FROM ABOVE
Posted on: May 9th, 2012
LANGLEY, British Columbia — Before Wednesday’s game at B.C. Place, as he does every game, Edmonton defender Paul Hamilton will take a marker to his soccer boots and inscribe the initials “M.H.” Hamilton’s younger brother, Mark, died five-and-a-half years ago when his car hit a patch of black ice and spun out of control.
EYES ON THE PRIZE: SPRINTS, JUMPS LET LANGLEY'S TWU-BOUND DOLFO FIND HIS WINGS
Posted on: May 2nd, 2012
Braedon Dolfo has never worried about the 95 per cent vision he doesn’t have. Instead, the Langley Secondary senior is using the five per cent he does have, along with a huge heart, to charge head-on towards a potential spot on the Canadian team which will compete in 2012 Paralympic Games later this summer in London.
BOYD AMONGST CANADIAN STANDOUTS WHO RETURN TO PLAY FOR WHITECAPS FC WOMEN
Posted on: Apr. 20th, 2012
VANCOUVER , British Columbia — Vancouver Whitecaps FC announced on Friday the addition of goalkeepers Justine Bernier (pictured) and Gurveen Clair, and midfielders Paige Adams and Natalie Boyd to the club’s 2012 United Soccer Leagues (USL) W-League roster – pending Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) and USL approval.
BALL, PENDLETON SHOOT FOR THE TOP
Posted on: Apr. 19th, 2012
LANGLEY, British Columbia — For the 10,000-plus athletes who compete annually in Canadian Interuniversity Sport, you could say there are five degrees of difficulty to navigate on the road to a dream season.Trinity Western's Ben Ball and Robyn Pendleton of UBC each accomplished all of those feats in 2011-12, amid the dramatic back-drop of competing in their final sea-sons of CIS play. On Wednesday the pair were named the Canada West's nominees for the BLG Awards, the annual presentations emblematic of the CIS' overall male and female Athletes of the Year.
ON THE BALL: SPARTANS STAR EARNS NOMINATION
Posted on: Apr. 18th, 2012
LANGLEY, British Columbia — Ben Ball is hoping to add one more award to his ever-expanding trophy case. In March, the 22-year-old senior setter for the Trinity Western Spartans volleyball team capped off his university career by leading his team to a second consecutive CIS national championship title.
STAR SCORER 'A REAL HANDFUL' SAYS SPARTANS COACH
Posted on: Apr. 18th, 2012
LANGLEY, British Columbia — Daniela Gerig could have very well gone to another school and been that team’s undisputed star. All throughout youth soccer, Gerig had shown a gift for scoring goals on the pitch.
TWU'S CHAMPIONSHIPS WAS A TRUE TEST
Posted on: Mar. 5th, 2012
KINGSTON, Ontario — Five years ago, when Ben Josephson was a rookie head coach, he brought three fresh-men into the men's volleyball program at Langley's Trinity Western University.He had a pretty good feeling that Ben Ball, Rudy Verhoeff and Marc Howatson would some day become special players.
TRINITY WESTERN WINS CIS MEN'S VOLLEYBALL FINAL
Posted on: Mar. 4th, 2012
KINGSTON, Ontario — The CIS men's volleyball trophy is staying in Langley, B.C. The top-ranked Trinity Western Spartans came back from a one-set deficit to beat the Laval Rouge et Or 3-1 and defend their national championship in Kingston on Sunday.
SPARTANS WIN THRILLER
Posted on: Mar. 4th, 2012
KINGSTON, Ontario — It was a wonderful advertisement for Canadian university men's volleyball, a sequence that featured everything you could possibly want in sport.
SPARTANS TAKE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Posted on: Mar. 4th, 2012
KINGSTON, Ontario — Trinity Western won their second consecutive national championship with a 3-1 victory against the Laval Rouge et Or on Sunday, establishing the Spartans as a powerhouse in Canadian university volleyball.
SPARTANS FLIP THE SCRIPT, USE HOME CROWD'S ENERGY TO MAKE NATIONAL FINAL
Posted on: Mar. 3rd, 2012
KINGSTON, Ontario — Last season, as the host team for the CIS men's volleyball championships, Langley's Trinity Western Spartans parlayed their fine play and the emotion of the home crowd into a shot at a Canadian title.
TOP-SEEDED TRINITY WESTERN TO DEFEND CIS MEN'S V-BALL TITLE
Posted on: Mar. 3rd, 2012
KINGSTON, Ontario — The top-seeded Trinity Western Spartans will get the chance to defend their national title thanks to a straight-set win Saturday over the No. 5 Queen's Gaels at the CIS men's volleyball championship.
DEFENDING CHAMPS PREPARE FOR SEMIFINAL AGAINST GAELS
Posted on: Mar. 3rd, 2012
KINGSTON, Ontario — The ARC set an attendance record when 1,802 fans watched the men’s volleyball team win a CIS national quarter-final on Friday night. But the crowd might be even bigger for tonight’s semifinal against the Trinity Western Spartans.
STRAIGHT-SETS LOSS DASHES QUEEN'S CAMPAIGN FOR GOLD
Posted on: Mar. 3rd, 2012
KINGSTON, Ontario — The men’s volleyball team’s shot at a national championship ended on Saturday night when they fell to the first-seeded Trinity Western Spartans 3-0 in front of 1,994 fans at the ARC.
TRINITY WESTERN SWEEPS DALHOUSIE IN PREDICTABLE QUARTER-FINAL
Posted on: Mar. 2nd, 2012
KINGSTON, Ontario — The top-ranked Trinity Western Spartans only needed 70 minutes to win their opening match of the national men’s volleyball tournament on Friday night.
THE NO.1 RANKED TRINITY WESTERN AIMING FOR FIRST EVER CANADA WEST REGULAR SEASON TITLE
Posted on: Feb. 11th, 2012
LANGLEY — The basketball community celebrated Tessa Beauchamp's life Monday at the Langley Events Centre. Province writer Howard Tsumura detailed the afternoon of celebrating a life that impacted so many people.
TESSA BEAUCHAMP: A SHORT LIFE THAT TOUCHED SO MANY
Posted on: Feb. 8th, 2012
LANGLEY — The basketball community celebrated Tessa Beauchamp's life Monday at the Langley Events Centre. Province writer Howard Tsumura detailed the afternoon of celebrating a life that impacted so many people.
TRINITY WESTEN'S TESSA BEAUCHAMP LOSES A COURAGEOUS STRUGGLE WITH CANCER AT AGE 18
Posted on: Feb. 4th, 2012
SURREY, British Columbia - After a near-four year battle with cancer, Trinity Western women's basketball player, on Friday morning Tessa Beauchamp succumbed to her illness. Province writer Howard Tsumura pays tribute to a girl whose fight and whose smile inspired everyone fortunate enough to cross her path.
TRINITY WESTERN SETTER BEN BALL A MASTER IN THE ART OF ON-COURT DECEPTION
Posted on: Jan. 13th, 2012
LANGLEY — Trinity Western setter Ben Ball is in his fifth year with the Spartans and he's not only quarterbacking the No.1 team in Canada, he's also becoming one of the best at his position in the CIS.
TRINITY WESTERN: FAITH, HOPE AND GOOD AT THE CHARITY LINE
Posted on: Jan. 7th, 2012
LANGLEY — The Trinity Western women's Spartan basketball team is heading into the new year brimming with optimism after smashing past records in this season of hope.
VOLLEYBALL WON HIS HEART, BUT FOX'S SCLATER STILL DOING HIS PART AS ONE OF B.C.'S BEST HOOP PLAYERS
Posted on: Jan. 5th, 2012
PORT COQUITLAM — Recent men's volleyball recruit Ryan Sclater may be en route to Trinity Western for the spiking and serving sport, but that doesn't mean he can't also be one of the most dominant basketball players in B.C.
LANGLEY CHRISTIAN'S HEPPELL IS THE PROVINCE'S 2011-12 BOYS VOLLEYBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Posted on: Dec. 15th, 2011
Trinity Western recruit Tyler Heppell was named The Province's 2011-12 Boys Volleyball Player of the Year while Spartans recruits Ryan Sclater was ranked No. 2 and Scott Plocktis No. 4.
RE-WRITING THE RECORD BOOK
Posted on: Nov. 10th, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia — When Kristen Funk arrived in Langley, she was just hoping to push for some playing time as the keeper for the Trinity Western Spartans women’s soccer team.Four years later, her name is etched in the program’s record books.
RUNNER HAS MADE HUGE STRIDES: FROM A COACH-LESS BACKGROUND, CROSS-COUNTRY PRODIGY NOW TURNING HEADS
Posted on: Nov. 9th, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia - Fiona Benson has always had a huge heart and a secret feeling that running could take her places. What she didn't know was that it could give her the world.
BOYD BUOYED BY HOME PLAYOFF DATE AS SPARTANS HOST CW FINAL FOUR
Posted on: Nov. 3rd, 2011
LANGLEY British Co lmubia— Natalie Boyd was reduced to a spectator’s role the last time her school played host to the Canada West Final Four women’s soccer championships, so it was pretty hard to miss the sense of anticipation in the voice of the standout midfielder with Langley’s No. 2-ranked Trinity Western Spartans (12-1-1).
FORTUNE SMILES, CIS CHAMP SPARTANS GET CHANCE TO FACE THE WORLD'S BEST
Posted on: Sep. 30th, 2011
LANGLEY, British Columbia - If the only goal Ben Josephson had for his Trinity Western Spartans men’s volleyball team was to repeat as CIS national champions this season, he’d politely have declined the invitation.
FROM ROOKIES TO VETS, NEW TITLE THIRST FUELS SPARTANS WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM
Posted on: Sep. 21st, 2011
LANGLEY — Graham Roxburgh knows the 2011 Canada West women’s soccer season is filled with an entirely new set of challenges for his former two-time defending CIS champion Trinity Western Spartans.
Not an oil painting, but UBC and TWU earn a character point apiece in Langley
Posted on: Sep. 17th, 2011
LANGLEY — If it barely registered on the game’s artistic scale, Friday’s 1-1 draw between the CIS No. 2-ranked UBC Thunderbirds and the unranked, host Trinity Western Spartans continued to drive home the point that parity is in power in Canada West men’s soccer.
FROM ROOKIES TO VETS, NEW TITLE THIRST FUELS SPARTANS WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM
Posted on: Sep. 16th, 2011
The rains are threatening to fall tonight when one of B.C.’s most hotly-contested university sports rivalries renews another chapter in its hard-hitting history.
MB Trinity Western Spartans put on a new face
Posted on: Sep. 7th, 2011
LANGLEY — The Trinity Western Spartans knew they had to find a new identity this coming Canada West men’s basketball season.
MARK BOMBA Q&A WITH FLOTRACK
Posted on: Jul. 29th, 2011
FloTrack's Christopher Kellsal recently sat down with Trinity Western endurance coach Mark Bomba.
DEL BIANCO CHOSEN AS FLAG BEARER
Posted on: Jul. 15th, 2011
When Team B.C. walks into next month's Western Canada Summer Games opening ceremonies, Nick Del Bianco will carry the flag.
VERMILION RUNNER FINISHES FIRST IN CANMORE
Posted on: Jul. 13th, 2011
On July 3 Vermilion's Alison Farkash was the first female to cross the finish line at the Canmore Olympic Triathlon with a time of 2:20:46.9.
THIESSEN CALLED TO DON RED AND WHITE
Posted on: Jul. 7th, 2011
Injuries can change the course and trajectory of those who compete in the sports world. They can also give pause and a purpose for the next step of a dream.
2011 adversity award Tessa Beauchamp
Posted on: Jun. 23rd, 2011
Tessa Beauchamp keeps fighting, but on those days when the battle seems especially tough, the senior basketball star from Surrey's Holy Cross Secondary knows she has an army of supporters in her corner.
O'Reilly sets the tone for women's v-ball nats
Posted on: Jun. 23rd, 2011
Lauren O'Reilly has the fortunes of Canada's national women's volleyball team at her fingertips.
Andrew Fink:Getting a wish from dream well dug
Posted on: Jun. 23rd, 2011
A goalkeeper with Trinity Western University Spartans will likely never feel alone in the nets again following an unforgettable experience in Africa last month.
Kufske keeps the faith
Posted on: Jun. 6th, 2011
In many ways, Brad Kufske's presence on the Canadian junior national men's volleyball team should come as no surprise.
Sarowa signs with Spartans
Posted on: Jun. 3rd, 2011
In March, Ashleyn Sarowa celebrated a provincial AAA basketball championship as a key member of a talented and close-knit W.J. Mouat Hawks squad.
Primeau brings international flavour to TWU track program
Posted on: Jun. 3rd, 2011
LANGLEY -- As a former hurdler on the Canadian senior national team for the better part of the 1990s, Laurier Primeau showed an affinity for taking big leaps and for hitting the ground running.
Benson running off to Trinity
Posted on: Jun. 3rd, 2011
From fifth place in British Columbia to first in Canada, it's been quite a journey in the past year and a half for Fiona Benson.
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