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Pack at home

Katarina Osadchuk (left) of the TRU WolfPack volleyball women pounded this Katie Woo set for a kill in Canada West play against Regina on Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Tournament Capital Centre.  - Allen Douglas/KTW
Katarina Osadchuk (left) of the TRU WolfPack volleyball women pounded this Katie Woo set for a kill in Canada West play against Regina on Saturday, Dec. 1, at the Tournament Capital Centre. 
— image credit: Allen Douglas/KTW

The TRU WolfPack volleyball men and women each hosted a pair of Canada West matches against the Regina Cougars on the weekend.

TRU’s men (5-7) lost in four sets and the WolfPack women (0-12) lost in three sets on Friday, Nov. 30.

The Kamloops university’s men bounced back with a four-set victory on Saturday, Dec. 1, but the women were again swept in three straight sets.

Both teams are now on Christmas break, with the men’s next action slated for Dec. 29 and Dec. 30, when the McDonalds Classic is held at the TCC.

 

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