For the second year in a row, the Huskies are going to the Hardy Cup final to battle the Calgary Dinos.
The Huskies took on the undefeated Univeristy of Calgary Dinos on Oct. 4 but were unable to hand the visiting team their first loss of the year. The Canada West number one team topped the rival number two ranked Dogs 24-12 during the Huskies annual blackout game.
When two undefeated teams met last Saturday night only one could escape with their record unscathed. The University of Saskatchewan men’s football team suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of the Calgary Dinos on Sept. 14.
The 10th-ranked Saskatchewan Huskies walked out of McMahon Stadium in Calgary humbled after being crushed 45-4 by the second-ranked Dinos on Sept. 29 .
Brett Ward doesn’t always score goals, but when he does he makes sure they are game winners in triple overtime. Ward’s shot from the point in the sixth period of the third and deciding game of the Canada West final March 11 at Rutherford Rink found its way through screened University of Calgary Dinos netminder Dustin
Despite jumping to 1-0 leads in both games on the weekend, the Huskies women’s hockey team could not handle the strong scoring of the first-place Calgary Dinos.
Kyle Quinlan has seen just about everything this season. Since late August, the star McMaster Marauders quarterback has dealt with lofty expectations for his team, a crushing early-season loss to Ontario powerhouse Western and a three-game suspension after an altercation involving an undercover police officer. But in Friday night's Uteck Bowl, all that mattered was what
The Huskies men’s soccer team lost a crucial game this past weekend in Calgary, meanwhile, the Huskies women’s soccer team fared slightly better with a tie game.
The fireworks in Griffiths Stadium provided more of a spark than the University of Saskatchewan Huskies offence Oct. 14 in the Dogs 20-8 loss to the University of Calgary Dinos. "I think we dropped five or six passes. We didn't run hard, we didn't block anybody, and it was pretty much a total offensive collapse," said
Both U of S Huskies soccer teams had their ups and downs during last weekends opening season games, but in the end came out looking strong for the upcoming year.