TRU takes two

The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s basketball team has found their groove.

On the ball: Salmon Arm’s Jorri Duxbury fends off a Cougar in a Thompson Rivers University game against Calgary.

The Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s basketball team has found their groove.

After two losses at UBC last weekend (Nov. 9-10), the WolfPack rolled into Calgary and took a pair from the Mount Royal Cougars in Canada West play.

The WolfPack downed the Cougars 77-54 Saturday, Nov 17.

In that game, the WolfPack was led by third-year guard Jorri Duxbury from Salmon Arm.

The former Salmon Arm Secondary Jewel had arguably her best game in Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) with a game high 25 points and 10 assists to pace TRU.

On Sunday Nov. 18, the ‘Pack won by a score of 66-58 to raise their record to 4 and 2.

The WolfPack are back home to host the University of Regina Cougars and the Brandon University Bobcats on Friday and Saturday, Nov 23 and 24.


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