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U of S Huskies' project players Borstmayer, Stumborg panning out

A couple of so-called “project players” are panning out for the top-ranked University of Saskatchewan Huskies.

After getting hardly any ice-time at all last season, defencemen Tyler Borstmayer and David Stumborg are both been getting an opportunity this season with the Hockey Dogs, who are ranked No. 718 more words


Smiling Taya Keujer part of No. 1 U of S Huskies' strong supporting cast

When Taya Keujer hits the basketball court, she provides a service with a smile.

The University of Saskatchewan Huskies — who wrap up the 2015 portion of their Canada West schedule with games Thursday and Friday in Langley, B.C., against the Trinity Western Spartans — couldn’t be happier. 762 more words

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In brief: Huskies top two CIS polls

For the first time in three years, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies men’s hockey team is ranked No. 1 in the country according to the CIS rankings released on Tuesday. 149 more words


No. 1-ranked Saskatchewan survives second-half slump

The University of Saskatchewan Huskies entered Friday’s game with a new target on their back as the No. 1-ranked team in Canada.

Although the Huskies left the PAC with a 69-49 win over the visiting University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, a poor showing in the second half revealed that there is still plenty of room for improvement – even as the top-ranked squad in Canadian Interuniversity Sport women’s basketball. 475 more words

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Huskies women’s hockey team remains focused at halfway mark

SASKATOON – In the competitive Canada West conference, the difference between winning and losing is razor-thin. Just ask the Saskatchewan Huskies, who have seen nine out of their 14 games decided by a single goal. 397 more words


Saskatoon’s Brett Levis re-signs with Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2

In 2015, he accomplished his lifelong goal of playing professional soccer. Next year, a healthy Brett Levis hopes to take his career to the next level. 245 more words


Ostertag making most of expanded role with Huskies men's hoops

SASKATOON – When the Saskatchewan Huskies men’s basketball team lost star centre Matt Forbes to injury prior to the start of the 2015-16 season, it left a big void to be filled. 362 more words