The Huskies men’s soccer team is already off to a good start. Coming home from a preseason tournament in Kelowna, B.C. with four straight wins and only one goal against, the team set their sights to further improve their game during the remainder of their fall camp and to carry that momentum with them into the regular season.
It was a long but successful fall training camp for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies football team. After playing a controlled scrimmage against the University of Alberta Golden Bears and the green and white scrimmage on Aug. 25, the dogs are polishing their final roster before hitting the field for the regular season, beginning Sept. 2 at Griffiths Stadium against the University of Regina Rams.
After a long and proud history, the only outdoor all-weather track in Saskatoon may be nearing the end of its life and could be removed in the near future.
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies Football team is back on the field for fall training camp and getting ready to return to regular season play.
When planning your lower body routine, consider whether barbell squats are right for you.
If you and your friends are looking to get outside, get active and have some fun this Canada Day weekend, then the 5K Foam Fest could be just what you need.
When most people are asked to conjure up the image of a powerlifter, the first thing that often comes to mind is that of a hulking, overweight man who avoids cardio like the plague.
There seems to be a common misconception that playing sports and staying in shape often costs students an arm and a leg.
With the winter semester drawing to a close, many students are focusing their efforts on writing papers and studying for finals, and perhaps giving little thought as to how they intend to stay fit and active during the summer break.
Now would be a good time to start putting some thought into which team has the best chance of winning the cup and selecting players accordingly