The dogs are back in action for another season in the Canada West conference.
the University of Saskatchewan team earned three individual medals and one team medal to cap off the 2014–15 season.
Looking back on 2013/2014 for the Huskies.
The Huskies men’s track and field squad won the Canada West championship at this year’s conference championship meet at the University of Regina Feb. 22 and 23.
The Huskies finished third among varsity squads in the women’s team standings, while the men’s Huskies landed in fourth place at the 2013 Bison Classic, hosted by the University of Manitoba Feb. 1 and 2.
The Huskies track and field team jumped into the 2013 season with an early season victory, defeating the Regina Cougars 161-84 in the annual Prairie Dual non-conference track meet at the Saskatoon Field House Jan. 12.
Brittany Elliott had the University of Saskatchewan’s top finish at the Canada West and CIS cross-country championship race Nov. 10.
Lane Britnell captured his second consecutive national gold medal March 10 at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport track and field championships in Winnipeg. The University of Saskatchewan Huskies pole vaulter cleared 4.95 metres to beat out University of Western Ontario Mustang Matt Diston’s 4.90-metre vault and notch his third national medal in as many years competing.
Sharai Siemens led the way as the Huskies women’s track and field team topped the Canada West podium last weekend at the Saskatoon Field House. It was the third time in the last four years that the University of Saskatchewan women’s squad has won the championship — they took the title in 2009 and 2010 but
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…