Following a bye week and a week off of school, the men and women’s Huskies basketball teams were well prepared and rested for the visiting University of Winnipeg Wesmen.
Taking home a Canada West championship as well as a bronze medal, the University of Saskatchewan’s soccer programs experienced the best season in the institution’s history.
Over the past two weekends both the men and women’s hockey teams managed two wins and two losses each.
The women’s Huskies soccer team managed to capture its first ever Canada West medal, a bronze, during the conference playoffs on Nov. 1.
A huge first half was the difference as the University of Saskatchewan Huskies ended the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds season with a 38–18 victory.
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.
The ninth ranked women’s hockey team played host to the eighth ranked University of Calgary and swept the Dinos in a weekend double header by the scores of 4–3 and 3–1.
Huskies hockey hit a rough patch this weekend as the men's and women's teams went a combined 1–3 against the University of Manitoba Bisons.
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies volleyball teams started the new season each with a win and loss to the University of Winnipeg Wesmen.
For the first time in the program’s history, the Huskies men’s soccer team will finish in first place and host a playoff game.