The University of Saskatchewan’s main campus is situated on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis.

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A pro at covering campus sports, Kimberley prefers to take her talents beyond the scoreboard to hunt down in-depth articles with the university’s top athletes. While Kimberley takes a vested interest in playing sports of all kinds, she boasts impressive stats in tennis, softball and badminton. Coupled with her proficiency as a writer, Kimberley’s love for the game made her a perfect fit to take over as sports editor. Having already conquered an honours degree in English, Kimberley returns this year to earn her final credits for a bachelor’s in French.

Huskies are top dog in Canada West

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The Huskies women’s basketball team proved they are the best in the west after claiming the Canada West title, and will advance to the Canadian Interuniversity Sport championship to face off against the best teams in the country.

Women’s basketball advances to final four

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After a slow start the Huskies women’s basketball team came back to defeat the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds and advance to the Canada West final four. The Dogs lost the opening game but recovered to win the next two.

U of S student headed to the Brier

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After being asked to join Steve Laycock and the rest of Team Saskatchewan, Edwards School of Business student Matt Lang is heading to the Brier. Lang will be the fifth man for the team as they compete against the best in Canada from March 1-9 in Kamloops, B.C.

Women’s basketball to battle Thunderbirds

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A spot in the Canada West semi-final is on the line when the Huskies meet the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds Feb. 28 – March 2 in Vancouver, B.C. The two teams met once previously this season on Jan. 11, when the Dogs snuck out a 55-53 win.

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