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Former Huskies guard Dally to play professionally in Germany

Laura Dally is going places.

Dally — who wrapped up a five-year Canadian Interuniversity Sport career by leading the University of Saskatchewan Huskies to their first-ever national women’s basketball championship in March — has signed a one-year professional contract to play with BG ’89 Avides Hurricanes Rotenburg of Damen Basketball Bundesliga (DBBL) in Germany. 489 more words

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Sask. Huskies QB Drew Burko signs CFL contract with the Alouettes

Drew Burko was supposed to be one of the best CIS quarterbacks in the nation in 2015. It didn’t happen. The Saskatoon product failed to protect the football as consistently as he had in years past, and subsequently lost his job as the… 248 more words


Kicker has two field goals for each team in East-West Bowl

Team West defeated Team East 29-14 at the 14th Annual East-West Bowl on Saturday in Montreal, but the game stood out when one kicker was called upon to kick for both teams. 113 more words


Former Sask. Huskie Laura Dally trying to secure spot on Team Canada

SASKATOON – For some athletes, winning a national championship in their final season would be a storybook ending. But for Laura Dally, it’s on to the next chapter. 434 more words


Huskies' Klassen a throw-back kind of player

There’s a little bit of George Reed in Colton Klassen’s churning legs.

Klassen, recruited this past off-season by the University of Saskatchewan Huskies out of the Regina Thunder, was steeped in Roughriders lore by his grandfather Richard Butchko. 628 more words


Siemens projected to be Saskatchewan Huskies starting QB

SASKATOON – Don’t call it a quarterback controversy, the Saskatchewan Huskies have made their decision. If the season were to start tomorrow, Kyle Siemens would be the teams’ starting quarterback. 297 more words


U of S Huskies d-line gets a boost

Bright lights and big bodies caught Nicholas Dheilly’s attention Thursday morning.

Dheilly, a blue-chip defensive-line recruit with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies, pronounced himself suitably impressed as the Dogs Breakfast wrapped up and his first spring-camp workout loomed. 449 more words

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