In the last two seasons of men’s varsity basketball at the University of Saskatchewan, point guard Jamelle Barrett stood above the rest. After a recent NBA tryout, Barrett reflets on the experience in an exclusive interview with the Sheaf.
University of Saskatchewan Huskies point guard Jamelle Barrett was the highest scoring varsity basketball player in Canada last year. But he has football on his mind.
All it takes is one CIS National Championship to change the course of an athletic program at the university level.
Following the Huskies men's basketball first-ever national title in the spring, there was concern that the team's large turnover of all-star players and the temporary absence of head coach Greg Jockims heading into the 2010 CIS season may hinder the team from repeating such a monumental feat. Some of this concern has been alleviated by