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Saskatchewan Huskie Jordian Farahani pursuing pro soccer career

Watch above: Former Saskatchewan Huskie centre back Jordian Farahan is pursuing a pro career after signing with Icelandic soccer club IF Höttur. Jack Haskins looks at what the future holds for Farahan. 289 more words


Thunderbirds defeat Huskies to take CIS bronze

QUEBEC CITY, Que. – Kris Young had 25 points as the UBC Thunderbirds defeated the Saskatchewan Huskies 73-61 to capture the bronze medal at the CIS women’s basketball championships. 68 more words


Saskatchewan Huskies men’s basketball team finishes 5th

TORONTO – Dadrian Collins scored 29 points Saturday to lead the Saskatchewan Huskies to a 99-94 win over the Windsor Lancers and fifth place at the CIS men’s basketball championship. 131 more words


Ravens handle Huskies in CIS basketball quarterfinal

Ravens 90, Huskies 50

The Carleton Ravens trounced the Saskatchewan Huskies in the opener of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport men’s basketball tournament at Toronto.

The Ravens were led, as usual by the Scrubb brothers, in their bid for an 11th Canadian title in the past 13 years. 282 more words


Saskatchewan Huskies ready to host Canada West final four basketball

Watch above: The Saskatchewan Huskies men’s basketball team aims to win first its Canada West title since 2010. Jack Haskins looks at an obstacle that’s in their way. 321 more words


Uni Hoops notebook: UBC's women and men Final 4 bound, Clan women prep for GNAC semis

VANCOUVER — It’s been almost three years since the UBC Thunderbirds lost to the Windsor Lancers in the 2012 CIS women’s national basketball final.

And for head coach Deb Huband, after almost three years of growing and re-tooling her roster, there has come a re-emergence of the ‘Birds program on the national stage. 628 more words

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Saskatchewan Huskies ready to defend Canada West title

Watch above: The Saskatchewan Huskies women’s basketball team aims to win back-to-back conference championships. Jack Haskins looks at a team their head coach calls the deepest she’s ever seen. 420 more words