The accolades keep rolling in for Lisa Thomaidis, head coach of the women’s Huskies basketball team, currently ranked as the number one team in Canada.
It can be a difficult task for any university student taking a full course load, with lectures, labs and lengthy study sessions preparing for that next exam.
Andrea Eccleston has seen a lot of changes with the Huskies football team over the past 16 years, including the field’s conversion from grass to turf, and the evolution of no fireworks to, well, plenty of fireworks.
Four-time Canadian Olympic speedskating medallist Kristina Groves will be the guest speaker at this year’s Raise a Paw fundraiser in support of University of Saskatchewan Huskies women’s basketball.
Groves, a 38-year-old native of Ottawa, will headline the annual Huskies fundraising brunch on Nov. 22 at Saskatoon’s TCU Place, beginning at 10 am. This season’s Huskies women’s basketball team will also be introduced at the event.
During her career and since her retirement from competitive speedskating in 2011, Groves has been involved
It isn’t often that you get the chance to share two of your passions in life with an audience of thousands.
SASKATOON – For the sixth straight year, the University of Saskatchewan Huskies football team will pay tribute to the dedicated men and women who serve in the Canadian Armed Forces, with Friday’s annual ‘Support Our Troops’ game.
Members of the military will be honoured prior to the Canada West conference matchup between the Huskies and the University of Regina Rams, as the province’s two university football teams take to the field at Griffiths Stadium in PotashCorp Park. For organizers, it’s the
Just as the University of Saskatchewan has garnered national acclaim for groundbreaking research, the Huskies have also earned a reputation for success on the fields, courts, tracks, mats and ice.
University of Saskatchewan Huskies women’s basketball coach Lisa Thomaidis guided the Canadian senior women’s national team to a berth in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil with an 82-66 win over Cuba in the FIBA Americas final on Sunday night in Edmonton.
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.
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.