The games are free for students with proof of student ID, so there is no excuse to miss them. 1. Football Homecoming vs. UBC Friday, Sept. 6 Huskie football returns for the homecoming game at the end of Welcome Week. They will take on the UBC Thunderbirds at 7 p.m. at Griffiths Stadium in Nutrien…
The dogs are back in action for another season in the Canada West conference.
The Raptors’ decision maker deserves all the props for Toronto’s historic championship.
Ja’Shon Henry’s basketball talent has given him an opportunity that almost every Saskatchewan-born basketball player can only dream of.
Chan De Ciman was selected in the inaugural CEBL draft, becoming the first ever active Huskies player to be drafted to a professional league.
After winning the conference banner, the U of S Huskies captured fourth place in the national tournament.
The men’s team put up a good fight in the semifinals while the women move on to the championship.
There were a lot of high notes in the first semester of the academic year.
It’s already been quite the summer for University of Saskatchewan women’s basketball coach Lisa Thomaidis and if all goes according to plan, it’s only going to get better.
Ben Baker is the ultimate team player. From dishing the ball to his teammates to doing the dirty work on defence, Baker will do anything to help his team win.