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Former Sask. Huskie Donovan Dale ready to prove he belongs in the CFL

SASKATOON – Donovan Dale is sick of being told that he isn’t good enough. When he went undrafted at the 2015 CFL Draft, he used the snub as motivation and went on to have his best season in the CIS. 364 more words


University asking city for $1M to help build twin-rink facility

SASKATOON – The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) is asking for a capital contribution from the city to help build Rutherford Rink’s replacement. For a $1 million investment, a new ice surface would be made available to Saskatoon. 436 more words


'Amazing journey' wraps up as Hitmen grads pack bags for final time

It was anything but a fairy-tale ending.

Unless it was penned by Stephen King.

Calgary Hitmen captain Colby Harmsworth couldn’t have envisioned ending his WHL career with a loss . 616 more words


Huskies honour Spagrud, basketball team's all-time leading scorer

2016 Huskies’ Wall of Fame Class

Andrew Spagrud (basketball)

Karlyn (Serby) Wells (track and field)

Michael P.J. Kennedy (hockey builder)

Gil Wist (wrestling builder)

1998-99 Men’s Volleyball national champions… 841 more words

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U of S Huskies announce Major 7 Award winners

Top student-athletes with the University of Saskatchewan Huskies were honored Friday during the 2016 Huskie Salute at TCU Place.

Following are the Major 7 Award winners for outstanding contributions on the field, in the classroom and in the community during their time with the Huskies. 577 more words


Focus key to Huskies first national women's basketball title

SASKATOON – Huskies head coach Lisa Thomaidis had a strong feeling that this was going to be the year Saskatchewan claimed its first national title. The realization set in on Saturday after the University of Saskatchewan defeated the Saint Mary’s Huskies in the CIS semi-final. 287 more words


Saskatchewan wins 1st CIS women's hoops title

FREDERICTON – Laura Dally had 25 points and six rebounds as the Saskatchewan Huskies beat the Ryerson Rams 85-71 to win their first Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s basketball title. 372 more words