The Huskies will lose wrestlers Ryan Myrfield, Landon Squires, Koren Pitkethly and Natasha Kramble to graduation next year. While most of them will be staying on with the Huskies program as members of the Saskatoon Wrestling Club, a group that trains with the Dogs, some want to go further and represent Canada at the Olympic
The Huskies wrestling squad grappled for eight medals at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport wrestling championships March 1-3 at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ont.
After an impressive university wrestling career, Huskies women’s team captain Natasha Kramble will complete her athletic eligibility this season and leave behind a half-decade legacy with the Dogs.
Returning home with 11 medals, the Huskies men’s and women’s wrestling squads both made top three finishes at the University of Winnipeg Open on Saturday, Feb. 2.
“Live and die by the throw.”That’s the motto fifth-year wrestler Landon Squires uses when he is grappling for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies wrestling squad.
The U of S Huskies wrestling squad is ready for another year of grappling. The team did a lot of recruitment in the off-season and the talented rookies entering the program, combined with proven veteran athletes, should make the Huskies national contenders.
Ryan Myrfield is three-for-three at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport wrestling championships. The fourth-year Huskies captain won his third national gold medal Feb. 24 and 25 at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ont. after defeating Concordia University’s Scott Schiller in the men’s 72-kilogram final.
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
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies wrestling squad was lucky that Katie Dutchak wasn’t quite yet ready to step off the mat. The former captain of the Holy Cross High School team and first-year wrestler with the Dogs nearly moved to Missouri this year to take her rodeo career to the next level. However, after a bronze-medal
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…