|GORDON, MARTIN TO REPRESENT B.C. AGAINST JAPAN|
Women's Basketball - date: Apr. 1st, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – Trinity Western women’s basketball players Kayla Gordon (Prince George, B.C.) and Chantelle Martin (Surrey, B.C.) will get a chance to represent their home province as the duo will play for a B.C. Selects team in a three-game exhibition series against an under-18 squad from Japan, starting Wednesday at the Langley Events Centre.
|SPARTANS INVOLVED IN CIS SCHOOLS RAISING OVER $138,000 TO FIGHT BREAST CANCER |
Women's Basketball - date: Mar. 18th, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The CIS Women’s Basketball Coaches Association proudly announced the organization had raised $112,898.03 for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation in 2013-14 thanks to the seventh edition of its annual Shoot For The Cure initiative, making it the most successful edition to date.
| SPARTAN RECRUITS EARN HONOURS AT BC BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP|
Women's Basketball - date: Mar. 13th, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – Future Trinity Western University women’s basketball players Jessie Brown (Langley, B.C.) and Tessa Ratzlaff (Abbotsford, B.C.) were honoured in their final high school tournament of the year this past weekend at the Langley Events Centre – the “Home of the Spartans”. Brown was named to the first all-star team for helping her Brookswood Bobcats win the BC High School Girls AAA championship, while Ratzlaff earned honourable mention for leading hear M.E.I. squad to a fifth place finish.
|SPARTANS TOP RECRUIT NAMED BEST PLAYER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA|
Women's Basketball - date: Mar. 7th, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – Future Trinity Western University women’s basketball player Jessie Brown (Langley) was named the No. 1 high school girls basketball player in British Columbia this week by The Province newspaper.
|GORDON NAMED TO CANADA WEST ALL-ROOKIE TEAM |
Women's Basketball - date: Mar. 5th, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – After an impressive first year with the Trinity Western women’s basketball team, forward Kayla Gordon (Prince George, B.C.) was named to the Canada West All-Rookie Team Wednesday.
|SPARTANS END SEASON WITH BATTLE AGAINST CASCADES|
Women's Basketball - date: Feb. 15th, 2014
ABBOTSFORD, British Columbia – The Trinity Western Spartans were defeated 55-39 by the No. 7 Fraser Valley Cascades in the final Canada West conference game of the season Saturday night at UFV in Abbotsford, B.C. The win allows the Cascades to finish conference play at 17-5, while the loss ends the Spartans season at 5-17.
|SPARTANS DROP FINAL HOME GAME OF SEASON |
Women's Basketball - date: Feb. 13th, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – Playing in its final home game of the regular season, the Trinity Western women’s basketball team dropped a 78-54 decision against No. 7 Fraser Valley Thursday at the Langley Events Centre.
|WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SIGNS BROOKSWOOD STAR|
Women's Basketball - date: Feb. 13th, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The Trinity Western women’s basketball team took a major step towards a bright future as coach Cheryl Jean-Paul officially announced the signing of local guard Jessie Brown (Langley) of Brookswood Secondary Thursday.
|WOMEN’S BASKETBALL HOSTS FRASER VALLEY THURSDAY |
Women's Basketball - date: Feb. 12th, 2014
LANGLEY, British Columbia – The Trinity Western women’s basketball team will play its final home game of the season Thursday as it will host No. 7 Fraser Valley at 6 p.m. at the Langley Events Centre.
|SPARTANS SETTLE FOR WEEKEND SPLIT|
Women's Basketball - date: Feb. 8th, 2014
CALGARY –The Trinity Western Spartans had no answer for Mount Royal University’s Danica Rybachuk, who led all scorers with 27 points, as the Cougars defeated the Spartans 69-54 Saturday night at Kenyon Court in Calgary. The loss drops the Spartans to 4-16, while the win improves the Cougars to 2-18.
|WB||11-16||NORTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA*||L||65-60|
|WB||11-15||NORTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA*||L||67-61|
|CIS Top Ten as of 02/18/2014|
|Taylor Stuart||35||Regina Cougars||04/11/05|
|Corina Reimer||20||St. F.X.||10/12/07|
|Corina Reimer||19||Manitoba Bisons||02/12/11|
|Denise Page||9||Winnipeg Wesmen||11/13/99|
|Taylor Stuart||9||Saskatchewan Huskies||10/23/04|
|Steph Carkner||9||Brandon Bobcats||01/20/12|
|Most Blocked Shots||Game||Date|
|Holly Strom||7||UBC Okanagan||02/08/13|
|Corina Reimer||5||Fraser Valley||12/03/10|