150 Mile House’s Laura Smylie receives her graduating flowers and picture from Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s soccer coach Tom McManus during a post match ceremony at Hillside Stadium on Sunday in Kamloops. Smylie and the WolfPack head into PACWEST playoffs this weekend in Nanaimo.

150 Mile House’s Laura Smylie receives her graduating flowers and picture from Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s soccer coach Tom McManus during a post match ceremony at Hillside Stadium on Sunday in Kamloops. Smylie and the WolfPack head into PACWEST playoffs this weekend in Nanaimo.

Smylie named second-team all-star

150 Mile House’s Laura Smylie will help lead the first-place Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s soccer team into playoffs.

150 Mile House’s Laura Smylie will help lead the first-place Thompson Rivers University WolfPack women’s soccer team into the PACWEST playoffs this weekend.

Smylie, a co-captain and fourth-year sweeper with the club, was also recently chosen as a second-team all-star for the second year in a row.

The WolfPack went unbeaten this season wrapping up the campaign with 12 wins and two ties.

Smylie and the WolfPack will head to Nanaimo for the PACWEST playoffs beginning this Saturday, Oct. 26, against the Langara College Falcons.