Elizabeth Hudon has done what most university students can't do ”” receive a degree in four years. Oh, and she did this all while balancing time on the soccer field with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies women's team.
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…
Coming off the 2010-11 season, the Huskies saw a few of their teams put up their strongest showings in history. Read on for a full list of what's in store this year for the Huskies.
The Huskies men's and women's soccer coaches had an early look this past weekend at how their players might compete on the road. Rest assured, things are looking good for the coming season.
Vancouver recently hosted 1,000 athletes and delegates for a big party, celebrating sports, culture and human rights in the LGBT community.
Four University of Saskatchewan Huskies are hanging up their green and white colours for the summer to sport red and white for Canada.
Three University of Saskatchewan Huskies soccer players will suit up for Canada this summer at the University Games in Shenzhen, China.
The final eight teams of the Champions League have been paired up and the quater-final matches are set in stone. The prestigious UEFA Champions League (or European Cup) is one of the greatest competitions in the soccer world, featuring the best teams from across Europe.
Throughout the history of sports, dynasties have come and gone. From Gretzky's Oilers to Jordan's Bulls, a dynasty is a team that can win, and win lots.
This Sunday's World Cup final between Spain and the Netherlands marks several important milestones in football history as the sport continues to gain in popularity.