Expectations for the U of S Huskies women’s basketball team are sky high.
A disappointing night at Griffiths Stadium puts an end to a dismal season for the U of S Huskies football team.
Huskies lose their fourth straight game in a heartbreaking fashion, dropping to 2-4 in the 2017 football season.
Despite many new players, the Saskatchewan Rush will begin this season with the same goal: to win the Champion’s Cup.
The Sheaf caught up with the newest recruits to the Huskies women’s hockey team.
Courtney Hufsmith starts strong in the season debut as both women's and men's cross-country teams begin their chase towards a Canada West conference championship.
Veteran quarterback Kyle Siemens has brought recent success to the Huskies and shares his experience and discusses the season ahead.
Huskies men’s soccer has had a solid start to the season, despite losing two games, and the team looks forward to continuing their success.
This fall, Huskies Athletics will get a fresh face in the form of a new management position meant to unify the program. This position comes in the wake of large changes to the way the athletics program is governed. Shawn Burt was officially announced as the chief athletics officer, a position that is brand new…