The Huskies men’s basketball team remains undefeated after sweeping the University of Regina Cougars on Nov. 15 and 16 in Regina.
Riding a four game winning streak, the undefeated Huskies women’s basketball team headed to Regina ready to battle the University of Regina Cougars.
Both the women's and the men's basketball teams defeated the University of Brandon Bobcats this past weekend.
Huskies women’s basketball point guard Kabree Howard is gearing up for the upcoming season.
After Huskies men’s basketball forward Matthew Forbes was anything but eager to bask in the limelight after scoring 70 points in a weekend series against the visiting Winnipeg Wesmen Feb. 1 and 2.
Rookie point guard Desarae Hogberg was the Huskies’ hero Friday night. Sinking the game-winning basket with 0.01 second remaining on the clock, Hogberg hoisted the Huskies to an 82-80 victory over the Winnipeg Wesmen at the PAC on Feb. 1.
Wilfrid Laurier University basketball player Maxwell Allin honoured his late father with hardcourt heroism Jan. 9 and 12.
Dominating the court with her precision passing instead of towering height, Huskies women’s basketball point guard Kabree Howard defies the norm that only tall people can be successful in the sport.
The Huskies basketball teams entertained two western opponents last weekend. The University of British Columbia Thunderbirds arrived Nov. 23 and the Victoria Vikes played Nov. 24 at the PAC.
Growing up in Ryley, Alta., a town with a population slightly above 500 people, Kiera Lyons spent her youth playing basketball. “The high school had less than 100 kids and almost 50 per cent of the girls played basketball,” Lyons said. “It’s a small town, but basketball is big.”