The Huskies men’s basketball team won the battle of the best Friday night, clinching first place in the Canada West Prairie Division with an 82-66 win over the Alberta Golden Bears.
It’s been a good year for the Huskies’ indoor sports teams, with seven of eight of them qualifying for the post-season. Here is a look at how each team’s chances are shaping up as they head into conference and national playoffs in the coming weeks.
Sara Greschner is only in her second year with the women’s hockey club but she has come up big in the last few weeks, helping her team earn a playoff date.
Walking around campus, 20-year-old Robyn Pearce blends in with the crowds of students, but meet her at the gym and you’ll soon see why Pearce is a nationally recognized powerhouse.
Lisa Franks recently shared the extraordinary story of how she was unexpectedly paralyzed from the neck down when she was only 14 years old — then went on to become an Olympic gold medalist and multisport world-class athlete.
The Saskatchewan Huskies men’s volleyball team only needed one win against the visiting Manitoba Bisons to clinch a home playoff date, and they got it Friday night.
The Huskies men’s basketball squad split their weekend series with the Manitoba Bisons Feb. 8 and 9. They now sit in a three-way tie for first spot in the Canada West’s Prairie Conference with one week remaining in the regular season.
After Huskies men’s basketball forward Matthew Forbes was anything but eager to bask in the limelight after scoring 70 points in a weekend series against the visiting Winnipeg Wesmen Feb. 1 and 2.
The Huskies women’s hockey squad snatched up the sixth and final Canada West post-season spot on Feb. 2, but it wasn’t a solo effort.
The Huskies men’s volleyball team made light work of the Regina Cougars in a home-and-home series this past week. Meanwhile, the Cougars who edged out the women's squad in back-to-back matches.