In mid-January, concerns were raised about the coach of the Huskie women’s volleyball team. Concerns involving students are our first priority, and we approach these concerns very seriously.
The U of S Huskies 2014 football season was topped off Nov. 13 when one player and the head coach received “best of the year” awards.
The U of S men’s soccer team captured it first ever Canada West championship Nov. 1 with a comeback victory over the University of Alberta Golden Bears.
Throughout the 100-year existence of the College of Pharmacy and Nutrition, the demands on its students have been extensive. For student Brennan Bosch, former captain of the Huskie men’s hockey team, these demands have been met with extraordinary success.
University of Saskatchewan Huskie Mark Ingram wasted no time making an impression last year when he stepped into the position of starting safety.
Scott Flory, who was part of two Vanier Cup winning teams with U of S Huskie football, is returning to Saskatoon to rejoin the team, this time as a coach.
Dave Adolph, longtime University of Saskatchewan Huskies hockey coach, will lead the Canadian men’s squad as it defends it gold medal at the 2015 Winter Universiade Feb. 4-14 in Granada, Spain.
The University of Saskatchewan men’s basketball team has announced that Jonathan Halvorson will play with the squad for the 2014-15 season, making him the third member of the family to sport Huskie uniforms next year.
Dalyce Emmerson, a forward with the U of S Huskies women’s basketball team, received multiple honours including player of the year when Canada West announced its major award winners and conference all stars March 5.
Annie Monteith of the U of S Huskies was selected Canada West First Star of the Week after earning the team’s only gold medal as well as the most valuable competitor honour on the women’s side of the 2014 conference wrestling championships held in Saskatoon Feb. 14-16.