The team made some “key stops at the end” of the fourth to pull ahead and win the title, coach Thomaidis says.
The team leaves their mark by hanging the first banner to be won in their new home.
University of Alberta Golden Bears took home their second consecutive CIS championship banner.
When the Huskies men’s soccer team arrives at the Canadian Interuniversity Sports Championship this weekend they will represent not just the best that Saskatchewan has to offer but all of Western Canada.
It took 17 hard-fought periods but the Huskies women’s hockey team won their first ever Canada West title over the University of Regina Cougars two games to one.
The best wrestlers in the Canada West division will descend on Saskatoon on Feb. 14 and 15 to fight for a spot in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport championship.
The Huskies men’s track and field squad won the Canada West championship at this year’s conference championship meet at the University of Regina Feb. 22 and 23.
First-year Huskies cornerback Travoy Martinez, from Dallas, Texas, wreaked havoc on the visiting Alberta Golden Bears’ offence, kick team and return team in the Huskies 32-0 season-opening victory Aug. 31 at Griffiths Stadium.
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
This weekend, Saskatchewan’s men’s squad, which saw nine wrestlers put up top five finishes, landed third in the team standings with a combined 34 points — 11 points behind the hosting Regina Cougars who edged out Alberta by a single point for the title. Calgary finished fourth with 20 points while Winnipeg finished last with