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.

Women’s hockey team punches championship ticket


After a 2-1 victory over the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, the Huskies women’s hockey team will have a chance to play for the Canada West championship. The Huskies will host the best-of-three championship series on Feb. 28 - March 2 at Rutherford Rink.

Picker’s Cup skates into Bruno, Sask.


Music and hockey lovers will come together in Bruno, Sask. on Feb. 15-17 for the Picker’s Cup. The event combines a music festival and a pond hockey tournament into one chilly winter celebration for the province’s original tournival.

Preview: Women’s volleyball battles Cougars


For their final two games of the season the Huskies women’s volleyball team will take on the Mount Royal University Cougars. Currently in eighth spot in the Canada West division the Dogs have a slight chance to advance to the playoffs for the first time since 2001-02.

Men’s volleyball sweeps Dinos


The Huskies men’s volleyball team improved their record to 9-9 after sweeping the University of Calgary Dinos. Following the wins the Dogs are now tied for sixth place in the in the Canada West division with the Dinos.

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