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November 14, 2002
  Dinos find the error of their waysPDF files may take a moment to load

When UBC came to town last weekend, a rematch of last season's Canada West final did not leave the fans disappointed. Even though the Dinos only came out with one win, it was Saturday's performance that the ladies have to be proud of.

"We had a good start on Friday, but it was the fact that we had so may unforced errors that killed us," said Head Coach Kevin Boyles.


October 31, 2002
  Dinos dig for a single winPDF files may take a moment to load

When I was much younger, my sister and cousin wasted an entire Saturday tying at NBA Jam. Right as the buzzer was about to go in the two-minute match, one or the other would mess up, so the other could tie, and the game could keep going.

The UBC Thunderbirds and our Dinos appeared to have a similar deal set up as they rallied back and forth in five marathon sets on Saturday. Though UBC eventually took the match 3-2, all it took to end the rallies was two hours of Sally-go-get it play and net serves.


October 17, 2002
  Lady Dinos want to shock the worldPDF files may take a moment to load

Like a fine wine, the woman's volleyball team hopes to become better with time.

As it sits, our Dinos are young, eager and determined to win once again. The exception this season is that Calgary is less experienced than in years past. This is a problem that will have to be dealt with if the Dinos hope to go far in the Canada West Conference.


June 13, 2002
  Thirteen feet of menPDF files may take a moment to load

The Dinos men's volleyball team is getting a huge addition to their team. Huge, not only because the players are talented and successful, but also because both of them measure 6'7".

James Brown and Blake Adair both started playing volleyball in junior high school and earned titles like "Male Athlete of the Year" or "All Star" on a regular basis. They also succeeded with their Calgary Club teams.


December 04, 1999
  It's hard work being #1PDF files may take a moment to load

The University of Calgary men's volleyball Dinosaurs have chosen a difficult way to get themselves in game shape this year. Play until the other team quits.

For the second week in a row, the Dinos played a match which took over three hours to complete. The Big Red Machine rolled into Vancouver to play the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds over the weekend and emerged with their number one ranking intact, with two five-set victories over the T-Birds.



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