HUSKIES FINISH SIXTH AT FIRST CIS CHAMPIONSHIP2013-11-09
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies finished sixth at their first-ever CIS Men's Soccer Championship after a 1-0 loss in penalty kicks to the Montreal Carabins.
Tied 0-0 after 90 minutes of play, penalty kicks were needed. Montreal scored three times on the kicks, while Saskatchewan's Scott Myrah and Fabian Dale scored.
Saskatchewan finished 1-2 at the tournament after a 2-1 loss in overtime to the host UNB Varsity Reds to open the tournament on Thursday. The Huskies defeated the Ryerson Rams 3-2 in penalty kicks Friday to advance to the consolation final.
It was a historical season for the University of Saskatchewan Huskies men’s soccer team locking up a spot in the CIS Championship for the first time in history after winning a Canada West silver medal. The Huskies set a program-best in wins and points after finishing 8-5-2 for in first place in the Canada West Prairie Division.
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