Men's Volleyball - date: Jun. 12th, 2007
LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western University Director of Athletics Murray Hall is pleased to announce that the Spartans have hired Ben Josephson to become the head coach of the Spartans men’s volleyball team. This year has been a memorable one for Josephson. In addition to being named TWU’s new head coach the TWU alum won the U16 National Championship and was named Volleyball BC’s U16 Coach of the Year.
Men's Volleyball - date: May 18th, 2007
LANGLEY, British Columbia – After winning nearly every award available in Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) and posting 275 career wins, Trinity Western University men’s volleyball head coach Ron Pike is turning in his whistle.
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Men's Volleyball - date: May 2nd, 2007
CALGARY – Josh Howatson finished his career as a Spartan by becoming the most decorated athlete in school history. The fifth year Christianity and Culture student won the school’s first ever BLG award Monday night to give him the CIS Male Athlete of the Year award to go along side of his Canada West Male Athlete of the Year Award, his CIS men’s volleyball player of the year, his Dale Iwanozcko Award recognizing excellence in men’s volleyball, athletics and community involvement and his four CIS national championship medals – which include the 2006 CIS National Championship.
Men's Volleyball - date: Apr. 10th, 2007
CALGARY (TWU/CIS/BLG) - Doug Mitchell, National Co-Chairman of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP (BLG) in Calgary and Canadian Interuniversity Sport announced on Tuesday the eight nominees for the 15th Annual BLG Awards, honouring the top Canadian Interuniversity Sport male and female athletes for the year for the 2006-07 season. Included in the four male nominee’s is TWU’s men’s volleyball setter Josh Howatson (Victoria).
Men's Volleyball - date: Mar. 2nd, 2007
Josh Howatson admitted to being a little bit overwhelmed on Thursday morning. Not by the competition that he and his Trinity Western Spartans will face as the defending champs at the 2007 CIS national men’s volleyball championships beginning today in Hamilton, but by being honoured in a way that only one other player in the history of the Canadian university men’s volleyball has ever been.
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Men's Volleyball - date: Mar. 1st, 2007
HAMILTON (CIS) – Trinity Western University setter Josh Howatson of Victoria was a double winner at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport men’s volleyball All-Canadian Banquet on Thursday morning, capturing player-of-the-year honours and the Dale Iwanoczko Award, in recognition of his excellence in volleyball, academics and community involvement.
Men's Volleyball - date: Feb. 25th, 2007
OTTAWA (CIS) – The reigning national champion Trinity Western University of Spartans are the tournament favourites for the 2007 Canadian Interuniversity Sport men’s volleyball championship set to get under way on Friday at McMaster University, in Hamilton.
Men's Volleyball - date: Feb. 21st, 2007
LANGLEY, British Columbia -Wednesday morning Canada West announced the 2007 men's volleyball individual major award winners and All-Stars, as selected by head coaches across the conference.
Men's Volleyball - date: Feb. 1st, 2007
LANGLEY, British Columbia - Spartan Men’s Volleyball and Head Coach Ron Pike are thrilled to announce the signing of their top three recruits for the 2007-08 Season. Ben Ball (Abbotsford, BC), Marc Howatson (Victoria, BC) and Paul Lindemulder (Calgary, AB) will all be at Trinity Western University this fall. These early signings are the cornerstones of the most highly touted recruiting class in Spartan Men’s Volleyball history.
Men's Volleyball - date: Nov. 8th, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia - The Trinity Western University Spartans (2-0) men’s volleyball team will look to remain undefeated in their Canada West conference play as they face the Thompson Rivers University Wolf Pack (0-2) in a double header in the David E. Enarson Gymnasium Friday and Saturday night.
Men's Volleyball - date: Nov. 1st, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The Trinity Western University men’s volleyball team will host the NCAA Division I University of Southern California (USC) for two non-conference matches this week. The Trojans and Spartans will play on Friday, November 3 at 7 p.m. at Abbotsford’s MEI’s Middle School’s gym and on Saturday, November 4 at 2 p.m. at TWU.
Men's Volleyball - date: Oct. 29th, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia -The fourth year rightside hitter got Spartans off to a 2-0 start as TWU swept Saskatchewan 3-0 and 3-1 this past weekend in Saskatoon. The 2005 CIS All-Canadian finished the weekend with 23 kills and 10 blocks. Rogalsky was dominating in the Spartans 3-1 win on Saturday finishing the night with 14 kills, 5 blocks and one service ace.
Men's Volleyball - date: Sep. 20th, 2006
For the past three seasons the Trinity Western University men’s volleyball was always looking to build on the previous year. In 2002-2003 the Spartans made the Canada West playoffs, In 2003-2004 they won CIS bronze, in 2004-2005 they took CIS silver and last season they reached the top winning the CIS National Championship 3-0 over the University of Alberta. So where do you go from the top of the mountain.
Men's Volleyball - date: Sep. 14th, 2006
LANGLEY, British Columbia - So what would be a good reason for missing your first two day’s of classes to start the new school year; my car broke down, I was sick, I missed my flight. Some of these may work with a professor, some may not.
|MV||03-03||Alberta - CIS 5th place||L||3-1|
|MV||03-02||UNB - Consolation Semifinal (Laval - Quebec City)||W||3-2|
|MV||03-01||Western - CIS Championship (Laval - Quebec City)||L||3-2|
|MV||02-23||Brandon - Gold CW Final Four in Edmonton||L||3-1|
|MV||02-22||UBC - CW Final Four in Edmonton||W||3-2|
|MV||02-15||Winnipeg CW Quarter-Finals||W||3-2|
|MV||02-14||Winnipeg CW Quarter-Finals||W||3-0|
|CIS Top Ten as of 02/19/2013|
|Luke Bainard||32||Regina Cougars||02/04/00|
|Steve Rogalsky||29||Manitoba Bisons||01/13/08|
|Josh Howatson||66||Winnipeg Wesmen||11/13/04|
|Ben Ball||63||Laval Rouge et Or||03/13/10|
|Steve Rogalsky||13||Winnipeg Wesmen||01/24/04|
|Josh Howatson||9||Winnipeg Wesmen||02/18/05|
|Seth Schalk||24||Alberta Golden Bears||03/06/05|
|Jarrod Offereins||24||Brandon Bobcats||11/14/09|
|Chris Meehan||16||York Lions||03/04/05|
|Lucas Van Berkel||15||UBC Thunderbirds||10/30/10|
|Jeff Van Huizen||227||116||2002|
|Jeff Van Huizen||706||362||1999-02|