the Huskies women’s soccer team is looking to build on their new-found success.
After last year’s record-breaking season, the Huskies men’s soccer team is back on the pitch
The 2015 Women’s World Cup will be hosted right here in Canada and one of the contenders for the gold will be our very own Canadians.
six days out of the week — at six in the morning every day — you’ll find Jordian Farahani training at the Elite Athletic Centre in Regina
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.
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.
Sweeping the visiting University of Lethbridge Pronghorns with wins of 3–0 and 5–0, the Huskies women’s soccer team had a huge weekend picking up six crucial points.
The University of Saskatchewan men’s soccer team remains undefeated this season, having won both games of their doubleheader against the University of Alberta Golden Bears this past weekend.
Both University of Saskatchewan soccer teams played hard through two games this past weekend, but in the end the men’s team would come away with a win and a draw whereas the women would lose and draw one.
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.