TWU hosts CIS Men’s Volleyball Championship
The national championship features the eight top teams from across Canada all vying for the CIS title. The Spartans, currently ranked fourth nationally, will compete against Calgary, Edmonton and Laval for the top spot—a title they last held in 2005-06 when the championship was held at McMaster.
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Check out the full schedule of events here.
Spartan women's volleyball celebrated success on Wednesday, March 2, 2011 when Head Coach Ryan Hofer took home CIS Coach of the Year honours. In his sixth campaign at the helm, he guided the Spartans to second place in the ultra-competitive Canada West conference with a 15-3 regular season record, a silver medal at the conference championship and the No. 2 seed going into the CIS tournament. Earlier this winter, TWU spent two weeks at No. 1 in the national rankings, a first in program history. Hofer is the first Trinity Western sideline boss to be named CIS coach of the year in women’s volleyball.
Spartan athletics benefits from the Complete Champion Approach (CCA), a model that supports development in academics, athletics, leadership and the personal and spiritual life, as well as a commitment to winning on the court and field.
- Last Updated on March 4th, 2011 at 11:07am
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Trinity Western University is a Christian University of the arts, sciences, and professions, legislated by British Columbia to serve the public. Recognized for quality, TWU is consistently ranked among the top two universities in Canada for Educational Experience by the National Survey of Student Engagement; holds three Canada Research Chairs; wins National Championships in CIS sports; and emphasizes experiential learning to prepare graduates to make a global impact. TWU offers 42 bachelor’s degrees, 16 graduate degrees, and adult degree-completion programs. A vibrant community committed to educating the whole person, TWU has been developing leaders of character and competence for 50 years.