Catch up on all the latest results as the Huskies head into the final weekend of action in 2019.
It’s time for the long-time host to hang up his suits.
Check-in with each team with just two weekends of action remaining until the holiday break.
Things ramp up for the Huskies as football and soccer approach playoffs while men’s hockey begins their season.
The games are free for students with proof of student ID, so there is no excuse to miss them. 1. Football Homecoming vs. UBC Friday, Sept. 6 Huskie football returns for the homecoming game at the end of Welcome Week. They will take on the UBC Thunderbirds at 7 p.m. at Griffiths Stadium in Nutrien…
Just a week out of the CWHL Clarkson Cup final, the professional women’s league announced it will cease operations due to an “economically unsustainable” business model.
Women’s hockey players tell the story of Team Canada’s silver-medal win.
The Huskies lose the Canada West championship to long-time rivals the Alberta Golden Bears in an intense three-game series.
Westbury ensures every player has what they need — and in his dedication to the role, he hasn’t missed a regular-season road game in nine years.
Forwards, Nicole Fry and Rachel Lundberg, both achieved important milestones of their career by scoring a career-first goal and a triple overtime winner, respectively.