Dadrian Collins is in his final year of eligibility at the University of Saskatchewan and is leading one of the top ranked basketball teams in the country in scoring.
With her undeniable competitive spirit and get-the-job-done attitude, Huskies striker Jenelle Zapski is a force to be reckoned with on the soccer pitch.
Guarding the net during the Huskies women’s hockey team’s run to their first-ever Canada West banner and bronze medal at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport national championship, Cassidy Hendricks has had a stellar season on the ice.
For the second time in his sporting career, Evan Ostertag received an award in honour of deceased Huskies men’s basketball player Brennan Jarrett. Ostertag was presented with the Brennan Jarrett memorial award on Feb. 1, an honour he was happy to accept.
This may be Kaitlin Willoughby’s first year with the Huskies women’s hockey team, but she’s already making a big impression. In her rookie season Willoughby has scored eight goals and eight assists. With six games left to play, she’s striving to add even more to her tally.
Heading into her fifth-year with the Huskies, women’s volleyball captain Candace Hueser is looking to start her final season off right.
Huskies men’s hockey goalie Ryan Holfeld is learning how to manage his time off the ice.
Huskies’ football player Charlie Power is looking to trade in his green and white uniform for red, black and white when he suits up for the Calgary Stampeders. The Okotoks, Alta. native was drafted 28th overall to the Stampeders in the Canadian Football League Entry Draft in 2012.
Second-year striker Jenelle Zapski has scored many goals in her career with the Huskies women’s soccer team but her first goal will always be her favourite moment.
Huskies women’s basketball point guard Kabree Howard is gearing up for the upcoming season.