A 23-point Saskatchewan lead after the first quarter of action put last weekend’s first men's basketball game out of reach for the Bobcats almost immediately. Though Brandon actually outscored Saskatchewan by one point in the remainder of the game, the Dogs easily won 92-70. Later, the Huskies women’s basketball team nearly doubled the points of
When the Huskies men’s basketball team hosts the Brandon University Bobcats at home on Jan. 27 and 28, it is very likely that Michael Lieffers will cross a career milestone. The 6-8 forward from Saskatoon became the 37th Huskie ever to reach 1,000 career points on Jan. 20 when he put up eight points in a
A 92-55 stomping over the University of British Columbia Okanagan Heat on Jan. 20 didn’t go to the Huskies’ women's basketball team's heads when they faced the Thompson Rivers Wolf Pack the following night. Saskatchewan knew they would be facing a much stronger opponent. Meanwhile, the men's team, led by Peter Lomuro and Jamelle Barrett, walked
As a two-time national champion with her former team, Katie Miyazaki is confident that the University of Saskatchewan Huskies, too, are capable of a national title. Miyazaki joined the Dogs last year after playing three seasons with the Simon Fraser University Clan. The Clan left Canadian Interuniversity Sport in 2010 to join the NCAA ranks. Miyazaki
A huge weight was lifted off the Huskies women’s basketball team Nov. 18 as they tallied their first win of the season against the visiting Lethbridge Pronghorns. The Dogs, who had lost their previous three games, downed the Horns 62-55.
With its superstars out of the lineup, the Huskies men’s basketball team still managed to win its third straight Graham Shootout title this past weekend at the Physical Activity Complex. The Shootout is an annual preseason round-robin tournament in which the Dogs host four top-10 teams from throughout Canada. Graham Construction has sponsored the tournament
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies compete within the Canada West Universities Athletic Association conference as part of Canadian Interuniversity Sport. In order to win a CIS championship, which is top honours in the country’s university athletics, teams must qualify and win their conference’s playoffs, and win the CIS playoffs — the only exception in qualifying…
Coming off the 2010-11 season, the Huskies saw a few of their teams put up their strongest showings in history. Read on for a full list of what's in store this year for the Huskies.
Michael Lieffers wishes Serbia had not made good on their second chance. The Huskies men's basketball forward represented Canada at the World University Games in Shenzhen, China this summer. Canada won silver after losing 68-55 to Serbia in the final ”” a team they had beaten in round robin play earlier in the tournament.
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.