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Evangeline Zeyha: Athlete of the Week
November 20, 2023
Leading the team in kills and blocks over the weekend, Evangeline Zeyha contributed heavily to the weekend sweep on the road, and is the Wolves Athlete of the Week.
On Friday night's match-up against the SAIT Trojans, the rookie middle tallied nine kills, four blocks and two service aces in the four-set game at Rally Pointe. Read More.
Daniel Zandbergen: Athlete of the Week
November 20, 2023
After a solid weekend of play against two nationally ranked teams, Daniel Zandbergen is the Wolves Athlete of the Week.
In a thrilling match on Friday against the SAIT Trojans, defending national champions and No. 1 ranked squad in the Conference, the second-year guard scored 14 points, nine rebounds, and two assists. Read More.
Tracy King: Becoming a Vocal Advocate
Wednesday, November 8, 2023 | By Karlee Kapler
Tracy King, a nursing instructor at NWP, isn’t just an educator, she is a beacon of inspiration for her students. Her personal and academic experiences, along with her dedication are playing a pivotal role in helping others and advocating for marginalized communities. Read more about Tracy.
Katalin Ormay: Lifelong Love for Learning
Friday, November 3, 2023 | By Karlee Kapler
Katalin Ormay, a Library Technician at NWP, grew up in a small town in Hungary. From a young age, Katalin had a deep fascination with rocks and the natural world and was always curious and ambitious. Read more about Katalin.
Megan Stone: Leading with Heart
Wednesday, October 11, 2023 | By Karlee Kapler
From a young age, Megan Stone was naturally inclined toward leadership and helping others. Megan's grandmother was a teacher, who inspired her with an engaging and open-ended approach to education. It was through this connection that Megan recognized the power of teaching and the impact it could have on students' lives." Read more about Megan.
Shannon Ball: A Career Shift
Wednesday, October 4, 2023 | By Karlee Kapler
Shannon Ball knows the importance of careful selection. It’s something she’s learned over time. While employed as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer in Calgary, Shannon was placed on light duties after she sustained a foot injury at work. Although she didn’t know it just then, the temporary move to the tool room would eventually prove to be a key component of her long-term success." Read more about Shannon.
Koda Dunfield: Athlete of the Month
Providing impressive leadership and support to his teammates in the weekend match-up against a tough NAIT Ooks squad, third-year libero Koda Dunfield has been nominated the Wolves Athlete of the Month. Defensively, Koda was the team leader in digs, but he also led in passing with a solid 83% rating, contributing to the well-earned weekend split.
Sarah Soderstrom: Athlete of the Month
Currently ranked fourth for total blocks in the ACAC, Bachelor of Arts student Sarah Soderstrom is the Wolves Athlete of the Month for October and a driving force for the Women's Volleyball Program. In October's six games, the second-year middle tallied 32 kills and 13 blocks, earning her two Player of the Game accolades. Since the start of the season, Sarah has proved to be an asset, dominating the middle of the net defensively and a powerful force on the attack. With dedication and discipline in practice, she leaves it all on the court in every game and is core to the team's success.