Brenda Evans




LANGLEY, British Columbia
–Trinity Western University and Spartan Athletics are pleased to announce a partnership with Brenda Evans of Re/Max Little Oak Realty and Colin Dawes of Dominion Lending Centres to provide scholarship dollars for student athletes.

“When business folk approach us and ask how they can help, it is music to our ears. What Brenda and Colin are doing is an old-time good business practice, with both Spartan student athletes and their businesses winning. We appreciate their support of our Complete Champion Approach™. This will be a major shot-in-the-arm to our scholarship fund and I encourage anyone thinking of selling or buying to contact Brenda or needing mortgage advice to contact Colin”, commented TWU Director of Athletics Murray Hall.

Brenda Evans, long time TWU Alumni Coordinator and now Real Estate Consultant with RE/MAX Little Oak Realty, and Colin Dawes, married to TWU Alum Maria (VanderWoerd, 2000) Dawes and Mortgage & Lending Specialist with Dominion Lending, are committed to the success of the TWU community.

Being able to contribute to the overall development and future of TWU students is the goal of Evans (real estate agent) and Dawes (mortgage broker). The “Home Buying team”, who provide full-value Realtor and Mortgage services, will show their commitment to TWU student-athletes with an annual scholarship.

“It is a privilege to announce our partnership with the TWU Athletics Department.  As your TWU Home Buying team, we have agreed to contribute 25 percent of TWU referral proceeds to a qualified student(s) through an annual scholarship,” commented Evans on the new partnership.

For more information contact: “Just say ‘Spartans’ when you contact Brenda or Colin.”
Brenda Evans:,
Colin Dawes:,
Murray Hall (TWU Director of Athletics):

What others are saying about Brenda Evans and Colin Dawes:

We started the home selling/buying process skeptical about the value we would receive from a real estate agent. Thankfully Brenda Evans proved us wrong. Brenda put the ‘REAL’ in Real Estate agent! She is a passionate and capable woman who dedicates herself to her clients. She really listened to us, connected us with a fantastic mortgage broker, gave perfect advice on staging our home, dedicated countless hours during the critical days of making and accepting offers and helped us find the perfect home for our family. Are real estate agents worth the money? If you hire Brenda your answer will be “Absolutely YES!”.
-Richard and Ericka Taylor, TWU Alums

“My wife and I recently worked with Colin during the purchase of our new home. There were many unknowns for us when it came to how choose and apply for a mortgage. Colin was there for us every step of the way and was always ready and available for any question that we had. What could have been a confusing and overwhelming process was made smooth and hassle-free. Thanks Colin, we are loving our new home!”
-Brian & Rozlyn Kerr, TWU Admissions Staff

“We had such a great experience buying our first home with Brenda! We felt like she understood exactly what we were looking for and was so patient with us as we looked at numerous places. We knew that Brenda wanted the best for us and it is an amazing feeling knowing that our realtor cares so much. Thank you Brenda!”
-Mike & Juliet Teeter, TWU Alumni & Staff

My wife and I were looking to purchase our first home and had been working with a local bank specialist for our mortgage. Out of curiosity and with recommendations from friends we decided to also contact Colin to see what he could offer. In the end we ended up going with Colin not only because he could find us the best rate and options but because we never felt pressured at any time and could always ask any questions we might have. Getting a mortgage that worked for us and having a good experience at the same time is all you can ask for. We would recommend Colin to anyone looking for a mortgage.
-Mike & Juliet Teeter, TWU Alumni & Staff

Spartan Athletics in Canadian Interuniversity Sport
As official members of Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS), the Spartans currently compete in six sports in the Canada West division of the CIS: women’s and men’s soccer, vol¬leyball and basketball. This past season the Spartans added Canada West and CIS women’s and men’s cross-country, swimming and track and field as well as BCIHL men’s hockey to their varsity programs.

During the 2010-11 season the Spartans established them¬selves as one of the top programs in the country. with five of TWU’s six original sports being ranked in the top four in Can¬ada since the beginning of the 2010 season: women’s soccer No. 1 (Sept. 21), men’s soccer No. 3 (Sept. 7), women’s vol¬leyball No. 1 (Jan. 25), men’s volleyball No. 3 (Jan 18). The TWU men’s and women’s volleyball and soccer teams have all achieved the No. 1 ranking during their CIS career.

Since Trinity Western entered the CIS in 1999, Spartan student-athletes have accumulated a number of significant awards including a CIS Athlete of the Year (BLG) award, four CIS Player of the Year awards, a CIS Elite Eight Academic All-Canadian award, three CIS Rookie of the Year awards, a CIS Libero of the Year award, three CIS community service awards and numerous CIS All-Canadian and Canada West All-Star awards. In twelve years as members of the CIS, the Spartans have won four national titles (women’s soccer in 2004, 2008, 2009 and men’s volleyball in 2006), 12 CIS championship medals, an individual CIS championship in track and seven CW championships.


Last Updated: 2011-08-02
Author: Scott Stewart