Thanks to her world-class fencing skills, U of S student Shannon Comerford has been making regular visits to Europe over the past two months.
A group of current and former University of Saskatchewan women are proving their gridiron grit.
For the fourth time in seven years the University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds have won the University Cup. New Brunswick shut out their Atlantic conference rival Saint Mary’s University Huskies 2-0 to win the national championship Sunday night at Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon.
New Brunswick scored early and often, capturing a spot in the University Cup final with an 8-3 victory. The Atlantic rivalry will be brought to a new level as the final two teams battle for the nation’s highest university hockey honour on Sunday at 5:30 p.m in Credit Union Centre
Five unanswered goals have sent the Saint Mary’s Huskies to the University Cup final. The squad beat the Waterloo Warriors 5-1 today in their final round-robin match of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport men’s hockey national championships at Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon.
The second-seeded University of New Brunswick Varsity Reds were forced to make a comeback to defeat the fifth-seeded University of Saskatchewan Huskies 3-1 in game two of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport championships at Credit Union Centre Thursday in Saskatoon.
Waterloo Warriors’ goaltender Keaton Hartigan stood on his head in a stunning 2-1 upset over the top-seeded University of Alberta Golden Bears in the opening game of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport University Cup today at Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon.
It’s finally here. After much talk of the men’s hockey University Cup, the top six teams in the country are now in Saskatoon and ready to vie for the national title at Credit Union Centre March 14-17.
The Huskies struggled against the nation’s best university athletes March 7-9 at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport track and field championships in Edmonton.
The Huskies will lose wrestlers Ryan Myrfield, Landon Squires, Koren Pitkethly and Natasha Kramble to graduation next year. While most of them will be staying on with the Huskies program as members of the Saskatoon Wrestling Club, a group that trains with the Dogs, some want to go further and represent Canada at the Olympic Games. That dream, however, is at risk.