Women's Basketball Finishes Sixth at U SPORTS Final 8VICTORIA (U SPORTS) – The battle between two teams from Saskatchewan took a surprising turn on Saturday night, as the Regina Cougars fought back from a 23-3 first-quarter deficit to pull off a 79-76 victory in the ArcelorMittal Dofasco U SPORTS Women’s Final 8 consolation final.
Cascades Force Deciding Game 3The University of the Fraser Valley Cascades knocked off the University of Saskatchewan Huskies 74-62 Friday night on Ron and Jane Graham Centre Court at the PAC to force a deciding Game 3 in a Canada West Quarter-final series.
Big First Half Leads Women's Basketball To Game 1 VictoryA big first half in Game 1 of a Canada West quarter-final series led the No. 8 ranked University of Saskatchewan Huskies to a 78-55 win over the University of Fraser Valley Cascades Thursday night on Ron & Jane Graham Court at the PAC in Saskatoon.
Women's Basketball Wins Fifth StraightLethbridge - The Lethbridge Pronghorns looked to even the weekend series against the Saskatchewan Huskies Saturday night but much like the opening game the defending national champions opened up a big first quarter lead and cruised to an 88-53 win over the hometown ‘Horns.
Women's Basketball Extends Win Streak To Four With Road WinLethbridge - Riding a three-game win streak the Lethbridge Pronghorns could not overcome a blistering start by the defending national champion Saskatchewan Huskies as they dropped the first game of a two-game series 75-63 at home Friday night.
U Sports Top 10 TuesdayThe Guelph Gryphons (men) and Western Mustangs (women) open as the top-ranked track and field teams in the first rankings of 2017.
Women's Basketball Upset No.2 Regina CougarsREGINA, Sask. – The University of Regina’s women’s basketball team suffered just its second loss of the season on Saturday after a 59-52 setback to the visiting Saskatchewan Huskies at the Centre for Kinesiology, Health & Sport.
Women's Basketball Holds On For Win Over BobcatsThe University of Saskatchewan Huskies didn’t lead until the second half, but fought to maintain it down the stretch run of a 68-64 win over the Brandon University Bobcats Friday night at the PAC.