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Saskatchewan Huskies hockey teams playing for bronze

Saskatchewan Huskies are trying to bring home some hardware from their respective 2018 U Sports hockey championships being held this weekend.

The Huskies men’s team lost in the University Cup semifinals to the Alberta Golden Bears 3-2 in overtime on Saturday in Fredericton, N.B. 187 more words


Saskatchewan Huskies women's basketball team proud of silver medal at nationals

It’s not the colour they were hoping for but you won’t see any University of Saskatchewan Huskies women’s basketball players throwing their silver medals into the stands. 417 more words


Carleton Ravens beat Saskatchewan Huskies to win national women’s basketball title

The Carleton Ravens won the U Sports women’s basketball final with a 69-48 win over the Saskatchewan Huskies on Sunday.

Catherine Traer led the Ravens in the win with 21 points and 10 rebounds. 168 more words


Saskatchewan Huskies advance to final with 74-71 win over Regina Cougars

The Saskatchewan Huskies beat the Regina Cougars 74-71 on Saturday to advance to the U Sports women’s basketball final.

The national semifinal was held at the Centre for Kinesiology, Health & Sport on University of Regina campus, with 2,411 fans in the stands. 113 more words


Saskatchewan Huskies weekend wrap: basketball and volleyball

Here’s how the Saskatchewan Huskies sports teams did this past weekend.

The women’s basketball team advanced to the semifinals while other basketball and volleyball players ended their 2017-18 seasons. 294 more words


Huskies women’s basketball advancing to Canada West semifinals

The Saskatchewan Huskies women’s basketball team has punched their ticket to the Canada West semifinals with a 97-64 win over the Winnipeg Wesmen.

The Huskies came out strong on Saturday, taking the lead early and never giving it up. 133 more words


Saskatchewan Huskies host long-lost rival in Canada West quarterfinal

The Saskatchewan Huskies women’s basketball team earned home court advantage for the Canada West quarterfinals, finishing second in the conference. However, their opponent is relatively unfamiliar. 454 more words