WolfPack Men’s Soccer Goes To Vernon via Williams Lake For TOFC Recruit

Scott Cramer , Vernon BC

It has become almost an annual tradition for the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack men’s soccer program.  That is to sign a recruit from Vernon, BC and the Thompson Okanagan Football Club.

The trend continues as ‘Pack head coach John Antulov has announced that 5’10” midfielder Scott Cramer of Vernon Christian School has agreed to join the program effective September 2017.

Cramer currently plays for the Thompson Okanagan Football Club U-18 squad.  He will be taking courses aimed at achieving a Bachelor of Arts degree.

“John showed interest pretty early on,” Cramer said. “ Coming here (to Kamloops) with my team and playing exhibition matches the last couple of years, seeing the facilities and the program he has going on here made it an easy choice.”   Cramer was also considering the University of the Fraser Valley and UBCO before committing to TRU.   His long term plan is either to enter TRU’s Faculty of Education or Law.

“I have been watching Scott the last couple of years and have been impressed with his play and development,” says Antulov. “He is a steady player. He plays the game simple. He sees the game very well and has a good physical element to his game. He is a player that, in our environment, will continue to develop and be a solid player for us.”

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